Explore techniques for bringing technology into the classroom through this blended online and face-to-face program, with summer courses in Switzerland.
Endicott College offers an M.Ed. in International Education with a concentration in technology integration. It is designed to raise the competencies of educators in all fields by incorporating technology into schools and classroom settings.
Curriculum covers the use of computer-mediated communications, management, and instructional technologies of educators and support personnel with the ultimate goal of helping students achieve their highest potential and to prepare for a rapidly changing world.
Program of Studies Timetable
This flexible program can be completed in 13 months or over an extended period of time to meet your personal requirements. To discuss customizing a program of study, please email Richard Pacheco.
The program of studies comprises six online and six face-to-face courses which are delivered during the following time periods. Students may begin their studies at any time of year.
Spring (January-May) 2 online courses Summer (July) 3 face-to-face courses Fall (September-December) 2 online courses Spring (January-May)
2 online courses Summer (July) 3 face-to-face courses
Note: The international education/technology integration concentration program is NOT linked to Massachusetts teacher licensure.
Interested in learning more about our Master’s Degree in International Education with a concentration in technology integration?
International Education M.Ed. candidates should follow application procedures at https://vanloan.endicott.edu/admission-registration/international-students
Program of Study
Upon completion of this program, students will:
- Significantly increase their competencies in incorporating technology into schools and classroom settings, with a view on student improvement
- Assess and improve their skills in the use and troubleshooting of computer-mediated communications, management and instructional technologies of educators and support personnel, with an emphasis on both hardware and software
- Demonstrate ability to function confidently and safely in knowledge-based environments in the international community
- Manage and leverage technology to enhance "international" elements of international and state-funded schools
*Please note: IED574 has a pre-requisite of IED582 for this programIED 500 - Philosophical and Research Foundations for Technology in Teaching and LearningIED 504 - Theories in CurriculumIED 511 - Strategies for Change in International SchoolsIED 571 - Leadership for Technology in SchoolsIED 573 - Reflective Seminar: International EducationIED 574 - Research Project*IED 575 - Practicum in Technology in SchoolsIED 580 - Innovative Practices in EducationIED 581 - Technology in EducationIED 582 - Research MethodsIED 583 - Technology Infrastructure in SchoolsMIEA 564 - Leveraging Technology
Total Degree Requirements - 36 credits
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Summer in Switzerland
The international component of the M.Ed. program includes course options through our partner, The American School in Leysin, Switzerland.