M.Ed. Online Teaching
The Online Teaching concentration of the Masters in Assessment, Curriculum and Teaching is designed for educators interested in learning the foundational tools and pedagogy for blended and online environments. With the explosion of online and blended instructional opportunities for students and teachers locally and nationally, this program helps prepare graduates to design and facilitate online classes by ensuring that they can:
- Demonstrate proficiency in the use of multimedia, Web 2.0 and current and emerging technologies for assessment, curriculum development and instruction.
- Examine innovative teaching methods to foster student learning for different modes of delivery (face-to-face, flipped, blended, fully online).
- Apply the phases of an instructional design model to the development of curriculum that is reflective of mode of delivery.
- Create varied and targeted assessments that effectively measure student learning aligned to content standards and leveraging emergent instructional models.
- Develop methods of evaluating and improving curricular design through the use of student assessment data.
|Program Start Dates|
Fall A End of August
Fall B Mid October
Winter Mid December
Spring A End of January
Spring B Mid March
Summer 1 Mid May
Summer 2 Mid June
Summer 3 Mid July
This Program is Designed for:
- Fully online teaching faculty in K-12 education
(*This program will NOT lead to an initial teaching certification)
- Regular classroom teachers that are already using flipped and hybrid instruction
- Curriculum supervisors and designers
- Current and prospective teachers seeking an edge in the job search
- Educational administrators and leaders
- Accelerated courses—100% online
- Credits earned are eligible to count toward meeting ACT 48 requirements.
- Coursework linked to practice through field experiences
- Connected to PDE and iNACOL standards for online teaching
M.Ed. Core Courses
EDFN 601 Methods of Research (Spring 2017, Summer II)
EDFN 545 Advanced Educational Psychology (Spring 2017 A & Summer II)
EDFN 604 Education and Public Policy
ACTE Core & Online Teaching Concentration Courses
ACTE 630 Current Technology for Online Instruction (Spring 2017 A & Summer I)
EDFN 530 Instructional Technology, Design, and Assessment (Spring 2017 & Summer II)
ACTE 632 Online Learning Environments
ACTE 633 Responding to Individual Learners (Spring 2017 B)
ACTE 634 Legal and Ethical Issues in Online Education (Summer II)
ACTE 635 Instructional and Curricular Design for Online Teaching (Summer II)
ACTE 699 Inquiry for Teaching and Learning
*Fall A and B indicate the first and second halves of the semester, respectively.