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Preparing for the Future
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School of Education
proudly introduces its new
Master of Arts in Education, Instructional Technology:
Teaching the 21st Century Learner
Created and maintained by SOE
Run through ExEd
EDUU 624:Foundations of 21st Century Teaching
EDUU 625: Design and Assessment of 21st Century Teaching
EDUU 628: Advanced Design and Assessment of 21st Century Teaching
EDUU 629: Teaching the 21st Century Learner Capstone
All Four Courses...
Focus on practitioner actions, choices, issues, and responsibilities
Are very exploratory (using new tools consistently to push the experience beyond the "tried and true")
Must be taken in sequence for scaffolding
Offer the opportunity to take cutting edge research, apply it immediately, and reflect upon the experience in an active fashion
The International Association for K-12 Online Learning.
focused on research; developing policy for student-centered education
highly respected standards for emerging learning models (online, blended, and competency-based)
iNACOL National Standards for Quality Online Teaching being used across k-20
MAE Program Learning Outcome 7.7: Apply appropriate 21st century instructional tools, strategies and skills for learners in K-20 settings.
The first of the four courses.
Built upon iNACOL Standards A, B, C, & D:
The online teacher knows the primary concepts and structures of effective online instruction and is able to create learning experiences to enable student success.
The online teacher understands and is able to use a range of technologies, both existing and emerging, that effectively support student learning and engagement in the online environment.
The online teacher plans, designs, and incorporates strategies to encourage active learning, application, interaction, participation, and collaboration in the online environment.
The online teacher promotes student success through clear expectations, prompt responses, and regular feedback.
Foundations of 21st Century Teaching
The second of the four courses.
Built upon iNACOL Standards E, F, G, H, & I:
The online teacher models, guides, and encourages legal, ethical, and safe behavior related to technology use.
The online teacher is cognizant of the diversity of student academic needs and incorporates accommodations into the online environment.
The online teacher demonstrates competencies in creating and implementing assessments in online learning environments in ways that ensure validity and reliability of the instruments and procedures.
The online teacher develops and delivers assessments, projects, and assignments that meet standards-based learning goals and assesses learning progress by measuring student achievement of the learning goals.
The online teacher demonstrates competency in using data from assessments and other data sources to modify content and to guide student learning.
Design and Assessment of 21st Century Teaching
The third of the four courses.
Built upon iNACOL Standards J & K:
The online teacher interacts in a professional, effective manner with colleagues, parents, and other members of the community to support students’ success.
The online teacher arranges media and content to help students and teachers transfer knowledge most effectively in the online environment.
Advanced Design and Assessment of 21st Century Teaching
Teaching the 21st Century Learner Capstone
The fourth of the four courses.
Built upon iNACOL Standards A through K:
"This capstone course completes the Teaching the 21st Century Learner series. The purpose of this course is to facilitate the application of knowledge and skills learned from previous courses to design and deliver an exemplary online and blended electronic portfolio. Students will develop a unit of study that models constructivist engagement with content, peers, and the electronically mediated environment."
Launched in Fall II and student feedback thus far...
"I have always felt acutely aware that I cannot reach every one of my students, and it has always troubled me... I have felt at times that there must be a better way that what I knew to accomplish this, because their needs are too vast for me to possibly address. Technology is the first resource that I have learned about that I believe can create significant strides in achieving this. I have learned many valuable things about how to refine my craft, yet I have also known that refining that alone would not suffice to meet the diverse needs of a classroom of students. I feel a sense of hope and anticipation knowing that I am embarking on a journey in this course to learn more about how technology will aid in doing this. For me, technology feels like the rain in the desert of previous educational strategies."
Building On a Solid Base
The MAE, IT: Teaching the 21st Century Learner
builds upon the solid base of experience
gathered from the outstanding (and ongoing)
MAE, IT: Leadership and Instructional Design
Leadership & Instructional Design
best serves school and/or district tech and/or curriculum leaders and designers.
Teaching the 21st Century Learner
best serves teachers/instructors/practitioners
so they can teach fluently in technology rich classrooms and
blended or fully online environments/settings.
The MAE Curriculum Team
worked diligently to ensure
the academic integrity of the correlations between the iNACOL standards,
the Course Learning Objectives,
and the emphasis
Program Learning Outcome.