Educational Technology Specialist Advanced
The Advanced Certificate in Educational Technology Specialist requires a minimum of 24 graduate credits. Candidates' background in education and in technology will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis, using transcript review and challenge examinations. Each candidate will meet with the faculty (either face-to-face or virtually) to design his/her own professional development plan. Each plan must be designed to meet the competencies stipulated by the State of New York and the International Society of Technology Education (ISTE) .
All admission requirements outlined in the MS.Ed in Educational Technology Specialist Program Overview apply to the Advanced Certificate program as well.
Educational Technology Specialist Core (21 credits)
Assistive Technology for Educating Students with Low-Incidence Disabilities (3 credits)
Curriculum Development & Instructional Planning with Technology (3)
Introduction to Computer Software, Hardware & Networking Technologies (3)
Designing Standards-Based, Technology-Enhanced Curriculum (3)
Differentiating Curriculum and Instruction (3)
Teacher As Researcher (3)
Internship in Educational Technology (3)
Literacy Requirement (3 credits)
Models of Literacy Instruction and Technology B-12 (3 credits)
Literacy in the Content Area (3 credits)
- Gainful Employment Disclosure for students in an approved non-degree certificate program