Jones International University

MEd in K-12 Instructional Technology

Developed for licensed educators, the MEd in K-12 Instructional Technology prepares educators seeking to advance their professional careers. Currently licensed educators find coursework, including capstone courses, designed to augment their professional knowledge, skills and aptitude.

The MEd in K-12 Instructional Technology aligns with the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE®), Colorado Department of Education (CDE), and Colorado Commission on Higher Education (CCHE) professional standards. The CDE and CCHE recognize the high quality of JIU’s MEd preparation degrees and have designated JIU as a state-approved program of teacher and principal/administrator preparation. For most states, graduating from an approved program of preparation is an important step toward achieving educator licensure or certification.

Degree Learning Objectives:

  • Demonstrate knowledge and skills of the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education standards (NCATE).
  • Demonstrate knowledge and skills of the International Society for Technology in Education Standards (ISTE).

Who should enroll:

The MEd in K-12 Instructional Technology is designed for licensed educators who want to improve the quality of K-12 curriculum, instruction, and assessment technology. Graduates emerge as leaders who are ready to transform K-12 schools and advance in their careers.

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