M.S.Ed. in Supervisor of Educational Technology Program Curriculum
The degree requirements for the M.S.Ed. in Supervisor of Educational Technology include the completion of 30 credits in two learning strands:
Strand 1: Supervisor Certification
EDL-536. Curriculum Development and Design. Credits: 3
Examining models of curriculum development, candidates evaluate, design, and develop effective curricula to support the instructional process and enhance student learning experiences.
EDL-569. Public School Supervision and Communication. Credits: 3
Prerequisite(s): EDL-536 or EDL-565
Aspiring supervisors and principals will develop a greater understanding of the knowledge, interpersonal skills, and technical processes necessary to provide developmental supervision and professional growth experiences for staff members.
EDL-582 Practicum in Supervision and Curriculum P-12. Credits: 3
Prerequisite(s): EDL-569 or EDL-565
Application of duties and responsibilities of the supervisor and/or curriculum specialist to an in-school supervised practicum project.
EDL-593 Administration and Supervision of Literacy Practices and Professional Development for School Leaders. Credits: 3
Focuses on the principles, methods, and materials applicable to the administration, organization, and supervision of literacy programs as well as the coaching of staff and colleagues. Students are involved in observation, supervision, and a long-term staff development program in schools.
Strand 2: Educational Technology
ED-625 Technology Trends in a Global Society: coding, VR/AR, global collaborations, online gaming/esports, social media, mobile development, design thinking, digital citizenship, MakerEd, robotics, digital equity, Artificial Intelligence.
ED-667 Leading Technology Transformation: budgeting, program analysis/ed-tech programs, and tools designing innovative learning spaces, data security/privacy, digital communication for school leaders.
ED-655 Leveraging Technology to Support the Inclusive Classroom: SEL, special needs, ELL/multilingual needs.
ED-601 Principles of Technology Integration/Theoretical Foundations for Instructional Technology: theory, research, challenges, culture.
ED-615 Empowering Students and Educators Through the Design of Blended Learning Opportunities: Blended student learning and professional development, digital assessment, PLN, cultivating teacher leadership, ed-tech coaching.
ED-678 Practicum: Applied Edtech Leadership.