The master’s degree in Instructional Media is a joint effort of Wilkes University and Discovery Education. This 30-credit program prepares teachers to engage today’s students in learning through digital media. It will train you to become a specialist who can effectively blend academic rigor with the latest technology, from video to Web 2.0 to virtual field trips.
The course of study couples advanced online resources with the very best in instructional media, content and training. Nationally known educational leaders, including Kathy Schrock, shape course content.
The program consists of 21 credits of foundation and general pedagogy courses and 9 credits of electives.
- develop skills in digital media production, editing and sharing;
- utilize emerging technologies to promote student engagement, collaboration and lifelong learning;
- apply the concepts of globalization and creativity to the design of effective technology integration in the classroom;
- create authentic and differentiated learning experiences in the classroom through the implementation of technology and digital resources.
Classes run in seven-week sessions with two sessions offered in each of the fall, spring and summer semesters. The program is conducted in a convenient hybrid format, blending face-to-face and online learning. Students will attend four face-to-face meetings at the Mesa Center for Higher Education with remaining coursework completed online.
About Discovery Education
Discovery Communications revolutionized television with the Discovery Channel and is now transforming classrooms through Discovery Education. Powered by the #1 non-fiction media company in the world, Discovery Education combines scientifically proven, standards-based instructional resources and a dynamic user community in order to empower teachers to improve student achievement. Already, more than half of all U.S. schools access Discovery Education services. Explore the future of education at www.discoveryeducation.com.