Cohort 7 of the Master of Arts in Education inEducational Technology (EdTechMA) starts this fall. The EdTechMA program prepares cutting edge teachers, technology coordinators, and software developers to implement current technology tools in education, and to evaluate future technologies as they emerge. The program is targeted for school teachers, but often includes professionals from higher education and industry as well.
Current theory and practice in Ed technology
Classes taken as a cohort of teachers and education professionals
Two-year program, generally one night per week
Guaranteed enrollment in cohort classes
Courses on technology in the classroom including: educational multimedia, interactive software for learning, educational websites, assessing the impact in the classroom and integrating technology into Science, Math, English and Social Studies classes.
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AV EDTech Summit - May 6th, 2017
The AV EdTech Summit will be held on Saturday, May 6th at Highland High School. The main keynote speaker will be Dr. Milton Chen. Dr. Chen wrote the book, Education Nation, was a director of research for Sesame Street, The Electric Company, and 3,2,1 Contact. He currently serves as an Executive Director for the George Lucas Education Foundation.
Site leaders/administrators can attend for free. Email Chris Jones if you are a site leader and want free registration: <email@example.com> Additionally, presenters will receive free registration. If you are interested in presenting, please click this link: Call for Presenters
Teachers and other education professionals can attend for $25 per person. This includes breakfast, lunch and a full day of professional development - A GREAT DEAL!
Design and Maker Class Colloquium | August 3rd-4th
This two-day professional development event, which is held at the Windward School in West Los Angeles, is designed for all teachers, administrators, and informal educators - the event is catered towards educators from all disciplines, levels of experience, and learning environments from informal to classroom. Participants will get hands-on training and experience with design techniques, traditional tools and materials of making from experts in the area, and hear from cutting-edge practitioners about what is possible in the world of Design and Making in both general and specific ways. Learn more and register here.