The Educational Technology program at the Marlboro College Graduate and Professional Studies Program focuses on the appropriate and effective integration of technology for greater educational outcomes. This course of study is for those who want to work with schools, colleges and businesses as Educational Technology Integrators, Academic Technologists, and Instructional Designers. Courses cover instructional systems design, learning theory, web media production, online learning, learning management systems, virtual learning environments and educational technology evaluation.
- MA in Teaching with Technology
- Certificate in Educational Technology
- Educational Technology Specialist (ETS #42) Endorsement Courses for licensed Vermont teachers.
- Continuing Education Program (CEP) Professional development.
- Educational Technology US job listings from indeed.com
- Instructional Design US job listings from Indeed.com
- Growth forecast for Technology Coordinators through 2016 by US Gov.
- Educause.com's top ten IT issues for 2009. EdTech issue increasing.
- $56 Billion spent on formal employer sponsored training in 2006. Training Magazine.
A masters degree in teaching with technology will enable you to pursue well-compensated, fulfilling work in a steadily growing profession.
- K-12 Education: The MAT degree prepares students to meet the increasing need for technology-savvy educators in both public and private schools. This degree also qualifies licensed teachers in Vermont to apply for the Vermont Educational Technology Specialist endorsement.
- Higher Education: Academic technologists support college and university faculty and staff in the use of learning management systems, distance education programs, and classroom technology. Moreover, they often work on the research, development, and implementation of new learning technologies.
- Corporate Training: Corporate instructional designers work in areas such as performance improvement, web-based training, software support systems, help centers, educational outreach, and needs assessment.
- Non-profit/Government/Military: Educational technologists help organizations manage grants, bridge the digital divide, and train the trainers. They work in a broad spectrum of organizations, from foreign NGOs to children’s museums.
Marlboro College Graduate and Professional Studies is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. (NEASC), which accredits schools and colleges in the six New England states.