Engage today's students using research-based, pedagogically proven instructional strategies that promote student-centered learning. Become an educational specialist who can effectively design learning environments that promote digital and global citizenship, collaboration, and multi-modal construction and demonstration of knowledge.
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Why Study Instructional Media at Wilkes?
Designed and taught by leaders in the field of education technology, the Master of Science in Education with a major in Instructional Media combines the convenience of online learning with the expertise of Discovery Education and Wilkes. Wilkes offers the only master's degree in the Northeast coupling academic excellence from a recognized university with Discovery Education's proven expertise in digital resource integration.
The 30-credit, 10-course program couples advanced online and educational resources with the very best in instructional media, content and training.
Curriculum Admission Requirements
What Will You Learn as an Instructional Media Student?
- You’ll learn how to create a student-centered learning environment that brings together the purposeful use of technology and research-based pedagogy.
- You’ll have a strong foundation for applying instructional media best practices in the classroom. For electives, you can focus on project-based learning, inquiry-based learning, mobile devices for teaching and learning, or responsive digital leadership.
- You’ll explore emerging strategies, resources, and methods that can support the needs of today’s digital learners.