The Curriculum & Instruction Program
This 18 credit Educational Technology Specialization provides a base of courses that leads to endorsement as Technology Integration Specialist in Vermont schools for those educators that are already licensed to teach in the state. All six courses are available online and therefore provide easy access for busy professionals. This series of courses can also lead to a Masters Degree in Curriculum & Instruction in Education and offer one an opportunity to become a technology literate educator.
Because of the online delivery of these courses, one must
have access to the Internet, understand file and folder
organization, the ability to upload document files and
graphics, and a basic understanding of how to use a word
These courses can be taken in any order and are offered on a regular basis each semester.
|Fall 2015 & 2016
Technology and Inquiry-Based Learning
Contact the instructor of this course, Lucie deLabruere for information.
2015 & 2016
Differentiated Instruction with Technology
Contact the instructor of this course, Tim Fox for information.
|Spring 2015 &
Schooling, and Society (EDFS 320)
This course explores the influences of technology on schooling and society. Using sociological, historical, and philosophical frameworks, course participants will consider ways that the proliferation and use of information technologies presents both challenges and opportunities for teachers, learners, and community members. With a particular focus on changing roles due to information access, this course examines issues of equity, cultural diversity, student empowerment, community relationships, and the transformation of traditional schooling practices.
Contact the instructor of this course, Colleen MacKinnon for information.
Please note that if you are in the Masters Degree Program, this course can count as one of your foundation courses.
|Summer 2015 & 2016||
Learning Theory, Instructional Design, and
Technology (EDCI 321)
Contact the instructor of this course, Maureen Neumann for information.
|Summer 2015 & 2016
Current Topics in Assessment & Technology (EDCI
Contact the instructor of this course, Carol Vallett for information.
|Upon Request||The following course, "ePortfolios for
Learning and Assessment", is also a required course for a
Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction in the
Educational Technology Specialization:
ePortfolios for Learning and Assessment
Contact the instructor of this course, Sandra Lathem for information.
Individual or a series of courses can be taken. One does not need
to be enrolled in a specific program of study. However, for those
interested in applying to a degree program, please contact Maureen Neumann for
advisement information. For an application to the Masters Degree
you must apply through the graduate college website.
To register for any of the educational technology courses go to the Division of Continuing Education website.
To register for C&I graduate courses go to the Office of the Registrar.
For an application to the Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction you must apply through the graduate college. You can find an application and other relevant information on their website.
- Vermont State Technology Endorsement Requirements (pdf)
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