for K-20+ Educators
The Master of Arts in Education with a Concentration in Education and Design in Learning Technology (EDLT) is 30 credits, 100% online, and is designed for educators who:
- are already licensed K12 teachers,
- work in higher education,
- or who wish to be e-developers in a variety of contexts
This program prepares educators for 21st century teaching and learning in blended and fully online environments. The program covers integrating best practices in curriculum and instruction, culturally responsive teaching, online learning/educational technology, online pedagogy, and curriculum development for blended and online delivery using emerging technologies.
Benefits of earning a Master of Arts in Education: Education and Design in Learning Technology
- Become skilled in developing blended and online curriculum and learning environments.
- Develop effective strategies for classroom technology integration.
- Become a leader in blended and online teaching and learning in your school district.
- Study for this degree using online courses, from the convenience of your home or school.
- Apply for Technology related endorsement from New Mexico Public Education Department
- Earn a Master’s degree, which fulfills one of the requirements for advancement in New Mexico’s three-tiered licensure system to Level III, with a base salary of $50,000.
Courses(30 credits, all available online)Take all of the following:
- EDUC 518 Technology and Pedagogy
- EDLT 528 Foundations of Learning Design & Technology
- EDLT 560 Fostering Online Learning Communities
- EDLT 561 Social Media in Blended and Online Learning Environments
- EDLT 573 Culturally Responsive Teaching with Technology
- EDLT 575 Designing and Organizing Online Learning Environments
- EDLT 577 Online Teaching and Learning
- EDLT 578 Design of Webinars and Webconferences
- Choose an EDUC/EDLT Elective*
- EDLT 590 Capstone Course
Students will consult with an EDLT advisor on their programs of study and elective. *Electives might include EDUC 519 for students who plan to continue with a doctoral program, EDLT 592 Directed Studies, or other approved EDUC/EDLT 500 level course.
The cohort schedule of classes is as follows:
Fall Year 1 Spring Year 1 Summer Year 1 EDUC 518 EDLT 560 EDLT 561 EDLT 528 EDLT 575 EDLT 573 Fall Year 2 Spring Year 2 EDLT 577 Elective EDLT 578 EDLT 590
Education, School of Teacher Preparation, Administration, and Leadership; Education and Design in Learning Technology Programs
Julia Parra, Assistant Professor
Coordinator for Learning Design & Technology
Director of Online Teaching & Learning Graduate Certificate Program
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Preferred Contact)
Office phone: 575-646-1767
The Master of Arts in Education with Concentration in Education and Design in Learning Technology is 100% online and is a 30 credit hour, two-year program of study planned for New Mexico K-20+ teachers.
Candidates must complete a minimum of:
- 30 credits in required coursework
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- Eligibility for admission to the Graduate School.
- Admission to NMSU Graduate School and Concentration Program Area (Application process is under construction)
This is a cohort model and application process is under development with a summer application deadline and anticipated Fall 2020 start date. Contact Julia Parra email@example.com for upcoming details.
The Application Process is under development.
Program Assessment and Accreditation
Program Assessment: The culmination of the degree program includes a Capstone course wherein students submit, 1) a fully developed online course that is reviewed with an online course quality rubric, and 2) an 8-10 page rationale that is reviewed with a rubric.
OnlineMasters.com selected New Mexico State University as one of the Best Master’s in Teaching Programs for 2019 with the previous version of this degree, MAE OTL, ranked 14 on this list and noted as best for K-20+ Educators.
Accreditation: New Mexico State University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Disabilities: If you have a disability that may affect your performance in a course, or if you require accommodations in order to take a distance education course, contact NMSU’s Student Accessibility Services (SAS). Providing accommodations for distance education students sometimes requires more time than in a traditional classroom setting so students are encouraged to begin working with SSD as early as possible.
International Students: If you are an International Student, please see The International Student and Scholar Services website.
This program is 100% online. Therefore, if you are an international student with specific requirements for face-to-face courses, this is not a suitable program to meet your curriculum needs and educational requirements.
College of Education
Julia Parra, Assistant Professor
Coordinator for Education & Design in Learning Technology
Preferred Communication is Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office phone: 575-646-1767 (not available in the summer, always use email first please)