Master of Educational Technology Program

Eduspire and Wilson College are excited to announce a new Wilson College Master of Educational Technology (MET) degree program primarily consisting of courses offered through Eduspire.

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The MET program, developed in collaboration by Wilson College and Eduspire, is a uniquely designed master's program, consisting of ten 3-credit courses — eight Wilson College courses in conjunction with Eduspire and two capstone courses. Enrollment into the MET program occurs on a continuous basis and enrolled participants can complete the MET within a timeframe adapted to their personal and professional capacity.

The MET degree is available as a 100% online program, although face-to-face courses are also eligible to be taken as part of the MET program.

Participants are able to tailor their curriculum by choosing from a wide selection of courses within a defined framework that provides instruction in key educational technology subject areas (specific structure and requirements detailed below). This makes the Wilson College Master of Educational Technology program one of the most flexible programs in the nation, allowing participants to customize the program based on personal and/or school priorities. Each MET enrollee will work with an advisor who provides guidance regarding course selection.

Eduspire has developed a reputation for uniquely practical courses, taught by ed-tech leaders who are primarily practicing educators whose instruction is guided by real-world experience and expertise. Our instructors design courses based on current technology and tools, with a focus on providing proven pedagogical frameworks and practices that can be implemented immediately into the classroom. The Wilson College MET program offers cutting-edge, practical content with sound theory embedded throughout the program.

MET enrollees are able to transfer up to two courses that have been previously taken through any accredited university, including those that were taken in conjunction with Eduspire (requires review and approval of specific courses). This provides a "head start" for the Master of Educational Technology program. Wilson College courses that are being taken at the time of enrollment can also be applied to the MET degree.

The current tuition for each 3-credit course is $1,545 ($515 per credit). There are no additional fees for courses. Registration for each course is through Eduspire's website, and payment for the course will be made to Wilson College. Deferred tuition payment options are available through Wilson College. Wilson College will provide Pennsylvania Act 48 reporting for completed courses. Application for the MET program is through Wilson College.

 

Instructional Technology Specialist (ITS) Certificate

The Wilson College Master of Educational Technology degree can be received with or without a PDE-approved Instructional Technology Specialist (ITS) Certificate. The ITS Certificate, consisting of eight pre-defined courses, is designed to enable educators with technology-focused specialization in their schools or districts to become tech coaches and district tech leaders. In order to receive the ITS Certificate in addition to the MET degree, the eight ITS courses are taken instead of the customizable MET course track (click on the ITS Certificate course category "card" below for a list of the required ITS Certificate categories). To complete the MET Degree with the ITS Certificate, the two MET Capstone Research and Project courses are added to the eight ITS Certificate courses.
 
Current tuition for courses part of the ITS Certificate is $1545 ($515 per credit) and paid directly to Wilson College.
 

MET Degree Program Structure

The MET program consists of various areas of focus. Within each area, MET enrollees choose the courses that are most appropriate based on their personal and/or district priorities. There are four main focus areas with a total of six required courses, one "elective" category of two courses that can be drawn from any of the more than 40 courses eligible for the Wilson College MET, and two more "capstone" courses.

All courses, including the electives, must be approved by the advisor or director. Note that not all courses are offered every semester, and some may not be offered in an online format or may be discontinued in the future.

Current tuition for MET courses is: $1545 ($515 per credit) and paid directly to Wilson College.

MET Areas of Focus, Requirements, and Eligible Courses:

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Technology-Based Teaching Frameworks and Resources
(2 Required)

Courses delivering instruction in tools (e.g., Learning Management Systems) and methods to implement technology-based teaching frameworks (e.g., Flipped Learning, Inquiry-Based Learning).

  • EDU 900: Tech-Infused Classroom

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  • EDU 901: Tech Integration

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  • EDU 902: Education in a 1:1 Environment

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  • EDU 903: The Flipped Classroom I

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  • EDU 904: The Flipped Classroom II

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  • EDU 906: Inquiry-Based Learning

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  • EDU 910: Ownership of Learning

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  • EDU 920: Learning Management Systems

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  • EDU 929: Social Media for Educators

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  • EDU 934: Digital Information Fluency

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  • EDU 935: Effective Formative Assessment and Technology

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Teaching Today's Students
(1 Required)

Courses to help educators understand today's technology-oriented students and utilize technology effectively to promote development of strong character and skills in students.

  • EDU 905: Creativity & Innovation

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  • EDU 908: The Mindful Classroom

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  • EDU 909: Understanding Today's Students

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  • EDU 911: Science of Teaching and Learning

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  • EDU 912: Thinking Critically About EdTech

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  • EDU 923: Coding and Computational Thinking

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  • EDU_923: Coding and Computational Thinking (Face-to-Face)

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Device Enabled and Collaborative Learning
(1 Required)

Courses which train educators in the application of specific devices (e.g., iPads, Chromebooks) and collaborative tools (e.g., Google Tools, Office 365), providing a grounding in key technology tools in schools today.

  • EDU 922: Google Tools for Educators

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  • EDU 960: iPads in Education

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  • EDU 961: iPads in Education II

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  • EDU 962: iPads for Special Education

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  • EDU 963: Chromebooks in Education

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  • EDU 967: Microsoft Office 365 Tools

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  • EDU 968 : Adaptive Technology for Students

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  • EDU_922: Google Tools for Educators (Face to Face)

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Inter-disciplinary and Content-Specific Technology Integration
(2 Required)

Courses providing training in a variety of specific methods and strategies for integrating technology (e.g., game-based learning, multimedia in the classroom, etc.). Also includes subject-specific or content-specific technology integration courses (e.g., Tech in Secondary Math, Google Apps for Science, etc.).

  • EDU 907: Data Collection and Visualization

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  • EDU 921: Effective Video Production

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  • EDU 924: Digital Portfolios

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  • EDU 925: Game-Based Pedagogy

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  • EDU 926: Gamification in Education

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  • EDU 927: Multimedia Classrooms

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  • EDU 928: Emergent Educational Technologies

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  • EDU 931: Digital Storytelling

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  • EDU 932: ePublishing

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  • EDU 933: Virtualizing the Library

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  • EDU 937: STEAM-azing: The Interdisciplinary Lens for Instruction

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  • EDU 940: Engaging Readers in All Content Areas

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  • EDU 941: Writing Pedagogy (Across Disciplines)

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  • EDU 942: Common Core Elementary Math

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  • EDU 943: Nonfiction and Content Reading (K-6)

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  • EDU 944: Google Apps for Science

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  • EDU 945: "Doing History" Digitally

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  • EDU 946: American History Teaching Tools

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  • EDU 947: Conflicts in Social Studies Teaching

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  • EDU 949: Tech in Secondary English

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  • EDU 950: Tech with ELL

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  • EDU 951: Tech in World Language Studies

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  • EDU 952: Tech in Secondary Math

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  • EDU 953: Tech in Health Education

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  • EDU 954: Special Topics in Educational Tech (KTI STARs Summit)

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  • EDU 955: Reading, Writing, and Speaking in Science

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  • EDU 966: Google Earth in the Classroom

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Electives
(2 Required)

Choice of any two Eduspire courses to allow MET enrollees to round out the MET curriculum with courses that are most applicable to each individual's teaching practices and needs.

  • EDU 900: Tech-Infused Classroom

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  • EDU 901: Tech Integration

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  • EDU 902: Education in a 1:1 Environment

    More Info
  • EDU 903: The Flipped Classroom I

    More Info
  • EDU 904: The Flipped Classroom II

    More Info
  • EDU 905: Creativity & Innovation

    More Info
  • EDU 906: Inquiry-Based Learning

    More Info
  • EDU 907: Data Collection and Visualization

    More Info
  • EDU 908: The Mindful Classroom

    More Info
  • EDU 909: Understanding Today's Students

    More Info
  • EDU 910: Ownership of Learning

    More Info
  • EDU 912: Thinking Critically About EdTech

    More Info
  • EDU 920: Learning Management Systems

    More Info
  • EDU 921: Effective Video Production

    More Info
  • EDU 922: Google Tools for Educators

    More Info
  • EDU 923: Coding and Computational Thinking

    More Info
  • EDU 924: Digital Portfolios

    More Info
  • EDU 925: Game-Based Pedagogy

    More Info
  • EDU 926: Gamification in Education

    More Info
  • EDU 927: Multimedia Classrooms

    More Info
  • EDU 928: Emergent Educational Technologies

    More Info
  • EDU 929: Social Media for Educators

    More Info
  • EDU 931: Digital Storytelling

    More Info
  • EDU 932: ePublishing

    More Info
  • EDU 933: Virtualizing the Library

    More Info
  • EDU 934: Digital Information Fluency

    More Info
  • EDU 935: Effective Formative Assessment and Technology

    More Info
  • EDU 936: Infrastructure and Technology Planning for Today’s Schools

    More Info
  • EDU 937: STEAM-azing: The Interdisciplinary Lens for Instruction

    More Info
  • EDU 940: Engaging Readers in All Content Areas

    More Info
  • EDU 941: Writing Pedagogy (Across Disciplines)

    More Info
  • EDU 942: Common Core Elementary Math

    More Info
  • EDU 943: Nonfiction and Content Reading (K-6)

    More Info
  • EDU 944: Google Apps for Science

    More Info
  • EDU 945: "Doing History" Digitally

    More Info
  • EDU 946: American History Teaching Tools

    More Info
  • EDU 947: Conflicts in Social Studies Teaching

    More Info
  • EDU 949: Tech in Secondary English

    More Info
  • EDU 950: Tech with ELL

    More Info
  • EDU 951: Tech in World Language Studies

    More Info
  • EDU 952: Tech in Secondary Math

    More Info
  • EDU 953: Tech in Health Education

    More Info
  • EDU 954: Special Topics in Educational Tech (KTI STARs Summit)

    More Info
  • EDU 955: Reading, Writing, and Speaking in Science

    More Info
  • EDU 960: iPads in Education

    More Info
  • EDU 961: iPads in Education II

    More Info
  • EDU 962: iPads for Special Education

    More Info
  • EDU 963: Chromebooks in Education

    More Info
  • EDU 966: Google Earth in the Classroom

    More Info
  • EDU 967: Microsoft Office 365 Tools

    More Info
  • EDU 968 : Adaptive Technology for Students

    More Info
  • EDU_922: Google Tools for Educators (Face to Face)

    More Info
  • EDU_923: Coding and Computational Thinking (Face-to-Face)

    More Info
Capstone Research and Project Courses
(2 Required)

Two Wilson College capstone courses (EDU 598 - Educational Research and Design and EDU 599 - Master's Project on Action Research) which seek to build on and apply the learning of the first eight courses through independent research and a "real-world" project.

ITS Certificate
(8 Required)

The PDE-approved ITS Certificate is designed to enable educators with technology-focused specializations in their schools or districts to become tech coaches and district tech leaders. The ITS Certificate is available as part of the MET degree or as a stand-alone certificate. MET enrollees must take the 8 required ITS Certificate courses instead of the other customizable MET categories.

  • EDU 900: Tech-Infused Classroom

    More Info
  • EDU 910: Ownership of Learning

    More Info
  • EDU 924: Digital Portfolios

    More Info
  • EDU 927: Multimedia Classrooms

    More Info
  • EDU 928: Emergent Educational Technologies

    More Info
  • EDU 934: Digital Information Fluency

    More Info
  • EDU 936: Infrastructure and Technology Planning for Today’s Schools

    More Info
  • EDU_597: Instructional Technology Specialist Practicum

    More Info

 

Next Steps

Interested? If you have further questions regarding the Wilson College Master of Educational Technology program, or if you are interested in enrolling in the program, please complete Eduspire's Contact Form and we will respond to you promptly. If you would like to discuss the Wilson College MET program with someone, please include your phone number and the best times to reach you, and we will call you back.

Wilson College Press Release | Wilson College MET Webpage

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