Board of Directors
  • Portal Login


Faculty & Staff
  • Online Tutorials
  • Request Blackboard Shell
  • Request Training

Student
  • Online Tutorials

 
menu spacer Students menu spacer Parents menu spacer Military menu spacer Alumni menu spacer menu spacermenu spacer menu spacer
menu spacer Calendar menu spacer Directory menu spacer Social MediaSocial Media Options menu spacer Search menu spacer
Show/Hide Background
School of Education
menu spacer

Educational Technology

The Master of Arts in Education with an emphasis in Educational Technology program, prepares graduate students to assume roles of leadership in instructional technology settings in school, business, and industry. The emphasis is in equipping students to leverage technology in order to facilitate instruction in a wide variety of settings. Graduates will acquire technical and research skills involving equipment, software, web-based applications, current issues, trends, theories, and principles of instructional design. The program is delivered entirely online, allowing students to earn their degree remotely and according to schedules convenient to them. In addition, most of the courses are offered in an eight-week format, allowing students to complete the 33-hour program at an accelerated pace; therefore, students can complete the program in less than two years while never taking more than two courses at a time.

For questions, please contact Dr. Kevin Winslow at (636) 949-4578.

Degree Requirements
Course Descriptions
Student Learning Outcomes

menu spacer
Page Maintained by Education  Email Feedback
menu spacer View as Printer Friendly menu spacer Share on Facebook menu spacer Share on Twitter menu spacer


"Teaching and Leading as an Art and a Science"
The School of Education agrees that the general outcome of the teacher education program must be teaching professionals that believe and implement teaching as a blend of “Art” and “Science” as represented by the Beauty and Mechanism of the Spellmann Clock Tower… Teaching as an art because teaching is a craft that must be learned and applied in an authentic environment. Teaching as a science because it must be influenced by research and best practice for optimal student learning to be achieved.
A-Z Index  |  A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  J. Scheidegger Center menu spacer 89.1 FM The Wood menu spacer LUTV
Copyright  1827-2014 Lindenwood University • 209 S. Kingshighway • St. Charles, MO 63301
Books   Human Resources   Locations   Maps   News   Online Programs   Publications   Security   Spirit Shoppe
Switchboard  (636) 949-2000
Undergraduate Admissions  (636) 949-4949
Evening & Graduate Admissions  (636) 949-4933