Catalog
2014-15

Educational Technology

Instructional Technology Programs
Sr. Remigia Kushner, Ph.D.
Program Director

The instructional technology programs at Manhattan College are based on NYS knowledge and skills leading to certification as an educational technology specialists:

  • Technology Concepts and Operations
  • Digital-Age Work and Learning
  • Digital Citizenry and Responsibility
  • Digital-Age Learning Environments and Experiences
  • Facilitating and Assessing Student Learning
  • Leadership and Resource Management
  • Pedagogical Content Knowledge

Admissions

  • Baccalaureate or post-baccalaureate degree
  • G.P.A. average of 3.0 out of 4.0 or equivalent
  • Letter of Recommendation from an immediate supervisor
  • Narrative Statement detailing previous teaching/training and/or technology experience, career goals related to the use of instructional technology and the degree to be earned in the IDD program.

Master of Science in Education in Instructional Design and Delivery (MSEd in IDD)

Program of Studies for the Master Degree in Education in Instructional Design and Delivery (MSEd IDD) 30 credits

The purpose of the MSEd in IDD is to develop and expand participants’ skills in the educational application of technology in the classroom and other teaching and learning environments. Program emphasis is on the design, development, and use of technology in instructional delivery integrated into professional practice. Program course format is a hybrid, blended approach that includes face-to-face and online delivery. One course, taught totally online, provides participants with the experience of participating and creating instructional delivery in the online format.”

Required Courses:

EDUG 735Educational Leadership, Decison-Making, and Change3
EDUG 831Principles of Instructional Design3
EDUG 848Standards Based Performance Assessment3
EDUG 875Foundations in Learning and Teaching with Technology3
EDUG 876Integrating Technology in Adult Learning and Colloboration3
EDUG 879Integrative Project and Seminar in Teaching and Learning with Technology3
EDUG 804Multimedia in Educational Settings3
Electives (Chosse three):
EDUG 737Staff Development3
EDUG 749Computer Applications for School Administrators3
EDUG 757Organization, Administration and Supervision of Math, Science, and Technology Programs3
EDUG 845Computer and Technology Utilization for Instructional Delivery3
EDUG 849Advanced Computer Applications for School Administrators3
EDUG 877Instructional Design, Technology and Information Processing3
EDUG 892Organizational Development + Field4

Professional Diploma in Instructional Design and Delivery (PD in IDD) 18 credits

The Advanced Certificate in Instructional Design and Delivery (PD IDD) serves educators at all levels and other professionals with education or training responsibilities who wish to develop and expand their skills in the application of technology in a classroom or other educational or training environment. Philosophically, emphasis is on the design, development, and use of technology in instructional delivery that integrate technology into professional practice. And, unlike programs designed to train computer specialists, the emphasis is not on technology, but rather on the seamless infusion of technology into the learning and teaching environment. The purpose of the program is to enable participants to apply technology to help learners and trainees meet program and organizational goals. This program assists trainers, IHE instructors, and staff developers increase their career opportunities by becoming qualified in this area. All program participants complete an integrative project applicable to the organization or institution in which they have responsibility and participate in the accompanying seminar.

Admissions

  • Master degree or higher
  • G.P.A. average of 3.0 out of 4.0 or equivalent
  • Letter of Recommendation from an immediate supervisor
  • Narrative Statement detailing previous teaching/training and/or technology experience, career goals related to the use of instructional technology and the degree to be earned in the IDD program.

Required Courses:

EDUG 735Educational Leadership, Decison-Making, and Change3
EDUG 831Principles of Instructional Design3
EDUG 848Standards Based Performance Assessment3
EDUG 875Foundations in Learning and Teaching with Technology3
EDUG 876Integrating Technology in Adult Learning and Colloboration3
EDUG 879Integrative Project and Seminar in Teaching and Learning with Technology3
EDUG 804Multimedia in Educational Settings3

Certificate Program

Teaching and Learning with Technology

Admissions

  • Baccalaureate Degree from accredited institution
  • G.P.A. average of 3.0 in applicant's major
  • Two letters of recommendation or support
  • Narrative Statement discussing the connection between technology and teaching

Program

The Certificate Program is designed to help educators, prospective educators as well as professionals from other fields integrate technology into professional practice. It concurrently focuses on curriculum and the practice of teaching and learning. Unlike programs designed to train computer specialists, the emphasis is not on technology, but rather on the seamless infusion of technology into the learning and teaching environment. The Certificate Program is interdepartmental with options for School Administrators, Special Educators and Counselors.

Required Courses

EDUG 737Staff Development3
EDUG 875Foundations in Learning and Teaching with Technology3
EDUG 879Integrative Project and Seminar in Teaching and Learning with Technology3
Two courses selected from the following categories:6
Electives-Administration
Curriculum Development and Adaptation
Computer Applications for School Administrators
Organization, Administration and Supervision of Math, Science, and Technology Programs
Computer and Technology Utilization for Instructional Delivery
Advanced Computer Applications for School Administrators
Instructional Design, Technology and Information Processing
Electives-Special Education
Technology Utilization for Interactive Learning for the At Risk, English Language Learners [ELL] and Disabled
Technological Applications for the At Risk and Disabled
Integrated Learning I: Social Studies and Language Arts Instruction for the At Risk/Disabled Student
Integrated Learning II:Social Studies and Language Arts Instruction for the At Risk/Disabled Student
Integrated Curriculum: Math, Science and Technology I for the At Risk, English Language Learner [ELL] and Disabled Student (Grades K-8)
Integrated Curriculum: Math, Science and Technology II for the At Risk, English Language Learners [ELL] and Disabled (Grades K-8).
Instructional Design, Technology and Information Processing
Electives-Counseling
Technology, the School Counselor and College Advisor
Instructional Design, Technology and Information Processing
Total Credits15
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