Frequency Part-time, full-time
Format Online
Completion Time 2 to 5 years
Credits 36

This master’s degree is for pre-K–16 educators or support personnel who want to use technology and learning sciences to improve professional practice in education. Students explore emerging technology trends and research best practices in a wide range of learning contexts.

Through rigorous course work in educational technology tools, pedagogical approaches, and data analysis, our graduates are well prepared to lead and innovate in the rapidly evolving field of digital age learning and educational technology.

Our program is committed to helping students develop the skills necessary to become thoughtful and intentional educators, leaders, and innovators in the field. We are equally committed to pushing students to think deeply about equity and social justice when making decisions about the design and implementation of technology-supported interventions.

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Core Faculty

  • James Diamond, PhD

    Assistant Professor
    Faculty Lead, Digital Age Learning and Educational Technology Program

    Affiliation

    Counseling & Educational Studies

    Expertise

    Educational Technology, Learning & Instruction

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  • Christopher Devers, PhD

    Assistant Professor

    Affiliation

    Counseling & Educational Studies

    Expertise

    Educational Technology

  • Joshua C. Schuschke, PhD

    Assistant Professor

    Affiliation

    Counseling & Educational Studies

    Expertise

    Educational Technology

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Program Overview

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 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.

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After SOE

The DALET program is designed to transform educators into edtech innovators. Graduates can pursue roles as instructional designers, e-learning specialists, online course developers, educational technology researchers, and more. Their command of the latest tools, pedagogical practice, and data analysis opens up a range of exciting career paths at the intersection of education and technology.

Careers

  • Educational Consultant
  • Educational Support / Educational Leadership
  • Instructional Coordinators
  • Curriculum and Instruction Director
  • Education Specialist
  • Instructional Designer
  • Instructional Technologist
  • Learning Development Specialist
  • Program Administrator
  • Librarian
  • Media Collections Specialist

“Grounded in extensive training in research, design, and evaluation, the DALET program has positioned me to add value to every leader or organization I’ve encountered across the education ecosystem.”

Demetrius Daltirus, MS ’23 Senior Associate for Portfolio and Impact Acceleration at the ECMC Group’s Education Impact Fund
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