Master of Science in Education – Digital Age Learning and Educational Technology 3/29/21
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Master of Science in Education – Digital Age Learning and Educational Technology
The Digital Age Learning and Educational Technology (DALET) master’s degree program is designed for Pre-K–16 teachers, administrators, student support personnel, organizational leaders, education nonprofit professionals, and policymakers who want to use the best research from technology and the learning sciences to inform and improve professional practice in education.
Our curriculum aligns with ISTE Standards for Educators and focuses on the evolving field of learning science and the ways technology supports educational evolution. Students explore emerging technology trends and research best practices in a wide range of learning environments: formal, informal, online, blended, and personalized. Courses involve project-based learning and collaborative planning, and candidates gain competencies in learning science, instructional design, systems change, Universal Design for Learning, and evaluation of emerging technologies. Students complete a capstone project.