MA Education for Certified Teachers: Instructional Technology Specialist (FDU certificate)
The School of Education offers a K-12 Instructional Technology Specialist Certificate Program for educators interested in specializing in the integration of technology throughout the curriculum. Candidates may choose to take only the 18 credits leading to the FDU Instructional Technology Certificate or apply these credits to the 36-credit Master of Arts in Education degree for Certified Teachers (MACT). For those selecting to complete the MA degree, 12 credits fulfill the requirements for earning the New Jersey Supervisor License.
ITS Certificate Required Courses (18 credits)
- EDUC6673 Integrating Literacy & Technology Across the Curriculum
- EDUC7784 Multimedia Production
- EDUC7785 Internet for Educators
- EDUC7790 Seminar in Instructional Technology
- EDUC7796 Projects Based on the Web
- EDUC7798 Special Topics in Instructional Technology
Other Instructional Technology courses are offered which feature technology integration in subject specific disciplines. If available, one of these courses may be applied to the program with SOE advisor’s permission.
For Supervisor’s Certificate (12 credits)
- EDUC6702 Curriculum and Instruction: Theory and Practice
- EDUC6703 Supervision of Instruction & Personnel Evaluation
- EDUC6718 Curriculum/Program Evaluation and Student Assessment
- EDUC6704 Change: Curriculum Development & Program Improvement
For MA Completion (6 credits)
- EDUC7674 Master’s Seminar: Research in Specialization
- EDUC XXXX Approved Elective
Note: It is important that the candidate meet with his/her advisor each semester. Not all courses are offered every semester (and not on every campus. It is best to develop a course plan at the beginning of the program and to review it each semester with the advisor.