We now offer our “campus” classes as hybrid flexible online classes with live video and screencasts. This means that students can complete the MA in Ed Tech as a fully online degree; and that it’s more flexible for our local students, too.
Take one (or more!) of our special topics classes this Spring. Each 1-credit class meets for 2 weeks online, with a one-day workshop on a Saturday.
- taught by leading thinkers and practitioners in their fields
- study 2 weeks online, with one Saturday workshop
- project-based classes have immediate impact on your studies & work
- graduate classes, also open to undergrads and public
- graduates of Adelphi's Ed Tech program attend for for free, space permitting
Katy Auchter works as an instructional designer at NYU after previously creating multimedia language learning materials at Pearson. She moved to New York from Milwaukee to pursue the M.A. in Educational Technology, where she also worked as an instructional design intern at Adelphi's FCPE. Katy received the Dean's award for outstanding graduate in Educational Technology in 2014. In this video she reflects on the program and her current work with professor Matt Curinga. [...]
Handbook of Research on Mobile Learning in Contemporary Classrooms, book talk and panel discussion with Dominic Mentor, Matt Curinga, & Contributors, Monday, 10/24, 4-5:30pm at The Gottesman Libraries, Teachers College, Columbia University.
We are pleased to announce the Spring 2016 special topics in educational technology series. This new initiative brings leading thinkers and practitioners in their fields to Adelphi to teach 1-credit intensive, short courses. We are also making this courses available as non-credit professional development workshops. These blended online/in-person courses offer a deep look at the tools and techniques that are at the edge of technology and learning. Participants will be challenged to develop projects that demonstrate their mastery of the new technologies and have immediate relevance to their work and studies. Adelphi students can bundle 3 courses together to make the equivalent of a 3 credit course. Practicing teachers can choose the non-credit option to receive Continuing Education Units (CEUs) from their school district. [...]
I want to introduce an exciting change to our plan of study—1-credit short courses that will allow in-depth looks at cutting edge topics and techniques. The courses will combine online components with in-person workshops or seminars. Every course will be organized and evaluated on the students' production of a portfolio piece and/or work they can incorporate into their professional lives (e.g., a website for students, mobile app, unit plan). The course will start with a week of online study where students will examine exemplars, read relevant research and theory, and plan their projects. Hands on sessions, typically on weekends, will be taught in our signature studio or seminar style, depending on the topic. After the workshop, participants will have a week to complete their projects and submit them to the course instructor for evaluation. [...]