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Master of Science in Education (M.S. Ed.) – Educational Technology Specialist (K-12) (online)

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Department of Secondary Education

Department phone number: (607) 436-3075

Website: http://www.oneonta.edu/academics/ed/seced2

Faculty: Dennis Banks, Chair of Secondary Education, Paul Bischoff, Carol Dean, Nathan Gonyea, Alex Jean-Charles, Cynthia Lassonde, Elaine Lawrence, Raymond Siegrist, Anna Stave, Kjersti Van Slyke-Briggs. Other graduate teaching faculty may teach selected offerings.

Program purposes and outcomes: Graduates of this program have met the educational requirements to be recommended for professional teaching certification in the area of their initial certification. They will also be eligible for initial certification as Educational Technology Specialists. This program has been approved to be offered in distance education format.

This program builds upon initial skills and knowledge and further develops educational professional leaders who are committed to excellence, empowerment, diversity, and the best research-based teaching practices. Students will gain a greater understanding of the teaching-learning process to develop skills in employing the most up-to-date technologies to enhance student performance.

To ensure quality, students must be admitted to programs before registering for courses, unless they have permission from the graduate director or department chair.

No more than 9 s.h. may be transferred into this program. Courses with grades of "B-" through "F" are not transferable.

Admission Requirements

All students applying for admission to degree status are required to:

  1. Submit a completed application and the non-refundable fee.
  2. Submit a copy of your New York State initial teaching certification.*
  3. Submit an official transcript of an earned Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college.
  4. Have achieved an undergraduate GPA of 2.8 overall and 3.0 in the major field during the last two years of undergraduate work.
  5. Submit evidence of passing scores on all sections of the NYS certification examinations with subtest scores showing passing scores on the analytical writing section of each exam. If this is not available, GRE score may be substituted.
  6. Submit three letters of reference.
  7. Have a personal interview at the discretion of the department.

*Teaching certificates from other states are considered.

Admission is competitive and meeting the minimum admission criteria does not guarantee acceptance.

Degree Requirements: M.S. in Education – Educational Technology Specialist (K-12)

Core:

9 s.h.

EDUC 506 Introduction to Educational Research

 

EDUC 655 Seminar in Graduate Study: Project Proposal

 

EDUC 695 Seminar in Graduate Study: Master’s Project and Practicum

 

Content Pedagogy:

12 s.h.

EDUC 546 Reading and Writing to Learn in the Content Areas ~or~

 

EDUC 545 Content Reading & Literacy in the Elementary Classroom ~or~

 

EDUC 623 Foundations of Literacy Development

 

EDUC 577 Issues in Diversity and Education

 

EPSY 532 Cognition Motivation in Instruction

 

EDUC 533 Meeting the Needs of Exceptional Children in Reading or SPED 517 Assistive Technology

 

Technology:

18 s.h.

EDUC 580 Integrating Technology in Education

 

EDUC 581 Instructional Technology Design Principles

 

EDUC 583 Telecommunications and Online Learning

 

EDUC 586 Multimedia and Instructional Product Design

 

EDUC 587 Integrated Technology Applications and Issues

 

EDUC 588 Instructional Technology—Management and Evaluation

 

 

Total 39 s.h.

  1. Minimum GPA of 3.0.
  2. Students must successfully complete an action-based research project as specified in EDUC 695
  3. Students must fulfill all requirements within six years and finish a minimum of 24 s.h. in residence.
  4. The fully online program can be completed in a minimum of 18 months, beginning with the first summer session. More information is available on department's website.

All College policies and procedures found in this Graduate Catalog will apply to students enrolled in this program.

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