Certificate in Instructional Technology Integration
The certificate in Instructional Technology Integration is designed to enable students to strengthen and transform K-12 teaching and learning through technology integration. Students in the certificate program learn to integrate technology into K-12 curriculum, instruction, and assessment; use technology to communicate and collaborate with various school stakeholders; collect and analyze student data; and develop fluency in current and emerging technologies.
Total Semester Hours: 12
Please see TK20 Subscription Requirement.
- UCSP 615* Orientation to Graduate Studies at UMUC (0), to be taken within the first 6 credits of study
- EDTC 600 Foundations of Technology in Teaching and Learning (3)
- EDTC 605 Teaching Information and Media Literacies in the Digital World (3)
- EDTC 610 Web-Based Teaching and Learning: Design and Pedagogy (3)
- EDTC 615 Using Technology for Instructional Improvement: Research, Data and Best Practices (3)
* The UCSP 615 requirement may be waived if you previously earned a graduate degree from a regionally accredited institution. For more information, contact your academic advisor.
For World Language Educators
World language educators may take special sections of the certificate courses tailored to teaching in the K-12 and higher education classroom. Learn more about courses available to American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages members.
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