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2 Southeast Curriculum Supervisors 30 January 2015

3  Preparing initially licensed teachers of science and mathematics ◦ Traditional undergraduate ◦ Licensure only and lateral entry ◦ Master of Arts in Teaching  Delivering service courses in instructional technology for most education majors and mathematics education and science education courses for middle grades, elementary, and special education majors

4 Providing an array of graduate certificate and degree programs for busy professionals  Mathematics Education ◦ Elementary Add-on Licensure Certificate ◦ MAEd in Mathematics Education – 3 Concentrations  Science Education ◦ MAEd in Science Education  Instructional Technology (non-licensure) ◦ MS in Instructional Technology ◦ Distance Learning and Administration Certificate ◦ Computer-Based Instruction Certificate

5 Providing an array of graduate certificate and degree programs for busy professionals  Instructional Technology (licensure) ◦ MAEd in Instructional Technology (077) ◦ Certificate for Special Endorsement in Computer Education (18079)

6  What initiatives are driving interest in instructional technology? ◦ Teachers teaching with technology ◦ 21 st Century Skills ◦ One-to-one initiatives ◦ Digital teaching and learning ◦ Electronic textbooks ◦ Testing ◦ Teacher leaders providing professional development ◦ Technology coaching

7  At what level are districts looking for instructional technologists? ◦ In the classroom ◦ In the school ◦ In the district

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9  Academic Excellence  Accessibility  Affordability  Additional Benefits

10  Excellent Courses ◦ Aligned to state licensure standards ◦ Balance of theory and practice ◦ Award-winning program  Excellent Faculty ◦ Leaders in the field ◦ Award winners ◦ Extensive experience integrating technology in classrooms

11  Entirely Online Program – Time saved if not driving to campus  Classes Delivered Asynchronously – Very difficult to find a common time for busy professionals to meet  Provision for Busy Professionals – Deadlines provided in advance and spaced to allow for those who rely, for example, on weekends

12  Cost of Course Relatively Low ◦ On-Campus, One Course: >$1500 ◦ Distance Education, One Course: $666  No Driving to Campus  No Campus Fees  No Parking Fees ◦ No parking tickets ◦ No towing fees

13  Flexibility in Scheduling – Finish in two years, three years, four years  Rich Set of Course Offerings – Required and elective offerings; ability to add a certificate  Possibility of Cohort Model – Curriculum and course availability known in advance

14  Rich history of education at ECU.  Excellence signified by numerous awards and honors given to the College of Education, in general, and the Instructional Technology program, in particular.  Availability of a large and talented faculty in Instructional Technology, with the ability to recruit, teach, advise, and mentor students.  Completely online program designed for busy professionals.

15  Master of Arts in Education in Instructional Technology – 36-hour program leading to advanced licensure.  Certificate for Special Endorsement in Computer Education – 18-hour program leading to licensure.  Teachers already holding a master’s degree have the option of adding on the 077 licensure by completing the certificate and the EDTC 6992 internship.

16  Introduction to Instructional Technology  Principles of Instructional Design  Integrating Technology into Language Arts, Social Studies, & Information Skills Curriculums  Digital Literacy for 21 st Century Classrooms  Selection and Integration of Multimedia for PK- 12 Schools  Administration of School Technology Programs

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18 Instructional Technology Core  Introduction to Instructional Technology  Principles of Instructional Design  Analysis and Evaluation In Instructional Technology

19 Educational Core  Introduction to Differences in Human Learning in Schools  Addressing Differences in Human Learning in Schools  Leadership and Communication Skills in Education  Trends and Issues in Educational Research for Practitioners

20 Additional Instructional Technology Courses  Integrating Technology into (a) English/Language Arts, Social Studies, and Information Skills Curriculum or (b) Math, Science, and Healthful Living Curriculum  Selection and Integration of Multimedia for PK-12 Schools  Administration of School Technology Programs  Internships Seminar

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22 Additional MAEd Requirements  EDTC Elective – Common Choices: ◦ Integrating Technology into Curriculum Areas ◦ Using the World Wide Web for Research ◦ Digital Literacy for 21 st Century Classrooms ◦ Designing K-12 Professional Development for Delivery in Online and Blended Learning Environments  Electronic Portfolio – Evidence from MAEd courses

23  Knowledge/skills in instructional design of staff development and classroom instruction.  Strategies for the effective integration of technology across content areas and selection of classroom materials.  Strategies for effective instructional design using state/national technology standards.  Skills as a leader in PK-12 school systems.  Detailed knowledge of the role of Technology Facilitator in PK-12 school systems.

24  Assistance with Application  Set Curriculum  Registration Provided  Support from Colleagues  Support from District  Assistance with program completion paperwork – obtaining certificate and licensure  Site Visits from Program Faculty

25  Support from District  Wilson – monetary support ($70 per credit hour for up to 6 hours per year)  Harnett – support and publicity for the cohort  Onslow – paid for two classes (one early and one late)  Onslow – provided a lot of support for aligning interns with mentors  Onslow – provided meeting room and refreshments

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27  Online Application  Application  Test Scores ◦ MAT ◦ GRE  Statement of Purpose  Recommendations (3)  Transcripts

28  Online Application  Application May be waived for 10-year professionals  Test Scores – May be waived for 10-year professionals ◦ MAT ◦ GRE  Statement of Purpose  Recommendations (3) Do not need transcripts > 10 years w/o degree; no ECU transcripts  Transcripts – Do not need transcripts > 10 years w/o degree; no ECU transcripts

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30 Departmental Web Page

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32  What do YOU need?  What have you heard today that interests you?  Questions?  Handout  Meet with teachers? LEA or set of LEAs?  Electronic communication

33 Contact  Ron Preston, MSITE Director of Students ◦ ◦ )


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