Certificate in Educational Technology
Who is the certificate for?
- Teachers who want to get more “techie.”
- Techies who want to get more “teacherly.”
- Those who want to create better online classes or training resources.
- People who find themselves acting as intermediaries between “computer people” and everyone else.
- Licensed Vermont teachers who want to get their “Masters +15”
- Licensed Vermont teachers applying for the 18 credit Educational Technology Specialist endorsement (Three more credits are needed beyond this certificate to reach 18 credits.)
Nine credits of core courses cover:
- The rich history and learning theories behind educational technology
- Current media design and production tools and techniques.
- How to use learning management systems effectively.
Completion can be in as little as one year, or as long as you wish.
Class meet every other weekend year round with online work in between. Some electives are online.
All courses can be applied to the 30 credit EdTech Masters degree (MAT) provided a student transfers to that degree before completing the certificate. 12 credits can be applied to a masters once this certificate is complete. If you are a licensed Vermont teacher, all courses count towards the 18 credit Educational Technology Specialist endorsement that is awarded by the Vermont Department of Education through transcript review.
- MAT606: Legal & Ethical (1 credit, Fall)
- MAT611: Instructional Design (3 credits, Winter)
- EDU620: Clear Writing Workshop A (1 credit, Winter)
- MAT605: Digital Research Technologies (3 credits, Spring)
- MAT616: Teaching and Learning in Virtual Worlds (1 credit, Spring)
- MAT625: Social Networking in Schools (3 credits Spring)
- MAT618: Online Collaborative Tools (3 credits, Winter and Spring)
- EDU910: Tech4Educators (3 credits. Spring)
- MAT613: Planning for Change (3 credits, Spring)
- MSIT620: Marketing 2.0 (3 credits, Spring)
- MSIT618: Human-Computer Interaction (3 credits, Fall)
- MSM602: Project Management I (3 credits, Fall)
- MSM603: Project Management II (pre-requisite is MSM602 - 3 credits, Winter)
- MSM612: Designing with Web Standards (pre-requisite is MSIT604 Web Design Fundamentals - 3 credits, Winter)
- MSM610: Web Application Development (pre-requisite is MSM612 Designing with Web Standards - 3 credits, Winter)
- MSIE606: Data and Databases I (3 credits, Winter)
- MA in Teaching with Technology
- Educational Technology Specialist (ETS #42) Endorsement Courses for licensed Vermont teachers.
- Continuing Education Program (CEP) Professional development.
- Full course descriptions
- Learn more about what teaching with technology is
- See the career and job outlook
- Completed Online Application Form.
- Official College Transcript(s): All transcripts should be sent via a traditional postal system to:
Office of Admissions
Marlboro College Graduate School
28 Vernon Street, Suite #120
Brattleboro, VT 05301
- A Letter of Recommendation: Letters may be emailed to: email@example.com.
- Statement of Intent: Your statement of intent gives you the opportunity to outline the goals you hope to achieve by attending the Graduate School, and it helps us determine how our programs can best fit your needs. Please email your statement of intent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gainful Employment Disclosure
- Audio Visual Collection Specialists (http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/25-9011.00)
- Instructional Coordinators (http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/25-9031.00)
- Instructional Designers and Technologists (http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/25-9031.01)
On time graduation rate: n/a (this is a new program)
Tuition, fees: 2012-2013 academic year = $10,050
Estimated book total cost: $118.95 (high estimate based on new books)
- Educational Technology – $0
- Web Design and Media Production – $55
- Facilitating Online Learning – $0
- elective - $0 - $63.95 based on class
Placement rate: due to the newness of this certificate program we do not currently have this data
Median loan debt (as provided by Secretary of Ed.): data not yet available
The Marlboro Certificate in Instructional Technology: Online Teaching is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. (NEASC), which accredits schools and colleges in the six New England states.