The Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology allows you to acquire the knowledge, skills, and behaviors necessary to incorporate technology, tools, and instructional systems in a variety of learning environments including online learning. Discover how the latest technology tools can impact the learning experience, from K-12 students up through corporate trainees. Embark on a variety of courses that will provide you with the skills to apply the latest technology to teaching and online learning, as well as to serve as a resource for your fellow teachers and colleagues.
With your Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology degree, you will be qualified to pursue a career in any of the following arenas:
The 30-credit hour MATL curriculum starts with an exploration of active learning and classroom management strategies for today’s interactive classroom:
Strategies for teaching, assessing, and integrating your area of specialization across the curriculum
An action research project focused on your classroom challenges
Development of a professional portfolio that demonstrates your growth as a teacher
The curriculum is delivered in less than a year, over 5 eight-week blocks in a sequential format that helps you build upon a framework from one block to the next.
K-12 Technology Integration Specialization
Block 1: Classroom & Instructional Management
Block 2: Action Research in Practice – Technology
Block 3: Computer Applications and Technology Across the Curriculum
Block 4: Orchestrating Your Classroom with Technology
Block 5: Instruction & Assessment for Diverse Classrooms
A Teacher-Friendly Master’s
NSU’s online Master’s in Teaching is designed to help practicing teachers balance work, family and a master’s education.
Entirely online to fit your schedule – no face-to-face meetings required
No exams – assignments are application-oriented and focused on your classroom
Five starts each year – January, March, May, August and October – with time off during the year (different depending on the term you start) to enjoy vacations and personal time.
The degree program is designed to help candidates become proficient in program competencies that are based upon national and professional standards for practicing teachers. Additionally, the program is built upon the Reflective Decision-Maker Model to strengthen thoughtful self-analysis of teaching practice.
The program’s nine emphasis areas-Teaching Literacy and Language: Grades K-6, Teaching Literacy and Language: Grades 6-12, Teaching With Technology, Teaching Students With Special Needs, Teaching Mathematics: Grades K-5, Teaching Mathematics: Grades 6-8, Teaching Mathematics: Grades 9-12, Teaching Science: Grades K-6, and Teaching Science: Grades 6-12 – aim to enhance teachers’ existing classroom skills and promote career enrichment.
Teaching With Technology Emphasis: Learn how technology can be integrated into your classroom and how the Internet can support teaching and learning. You’ll also learn how special education can benefit from high-tech teaching methods. Many schools have chairpersons who head up technology departments and offer enrichment programs.
Online Educational Technology degree candidates acquire the knowledge, skills and dispositions to support student learning through the use of technology and to provide professional development and technical assistance to teachers and other school personnel. Courses apply directly to the educational technology challenges faced by schools and educational technology specialists to maximize effectiveness and improve student performance.
You May Qualify For Financial Aid.