Classroom Technology Requirements
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Area I: Foundations of Education (6 credits required)
Issues, Law, and Trends in Education
And one of the following:
ED 510 Psychological Foundations
ED 511 Philosophical Foundations
ED 512 Social Foundations
ED 513 Comparative Foundations
ED 515 Cognition
ED 569 Teaching Diverse Learners Using Inclusive Classroom Practices
Area II: Professional Skills (9 credits required)
Using Assessment to Guide Instruction
Curriculum and Instruction
Note: Only elementary teachers may substitute ED 532
Problems in Elementary Education for School Curriculum.
Integrating Technology into the Curriculum (previously titled Micro-Computer Assisted Instruction)
Area VI: Educational Computing Courses (12 credits required) * Prior computer experience is necessary.
Internet Literacy for Educators
Multimedia Design for Digital Learning – previously titled Authoring Systems/Instructional Design
Print Media in the Digital Classroom – previously titled Using Print Media to Support Education
Utilizing Emerging Technologies to Improve Learning
Open Education Elective (3 Credits required)
If a teacher already has basic computer skills and does not need to take the ED 580
Intro to Ed Computing course, he or she has three (3) graduate education elective credits available in his or her program.
ED 5400 SAS for Pennsylvania Educators
can be used as the open education elective.
A maximum of six (6) graduate credits completed at another accredited institution may be used toward MS degree. Transfer credits cannot be more than six years old, with grade of B or better (Pass/Fail not transferrable). Official transcript is required for processing.