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M.Ed. in Learning Design and Technology Program Outcomes

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20 mos.

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Program Benefits

  • #4 Best Online Master's in Education programs in Minnesota – 2021 by US News & World Report
  • Innovative Educational and Professional Development Curriculum
  • Real-Time Learning Model Applications
  • 2 Graduate Certificates Available

Develop Your Students’ Full Potential

The Master of Education in Learning Design and Technology is designed for PreK-12 teachers who are looking to bring technology, creativity and innovation to their classrooms. The cutting-edge program equips teachers with a forward thinking approach to education and learning through technology.

What will you learn?

Upon completion of the program, graduates are expected to be able to do the following:

  1. Ignite learning by incorporating new knowledge:
    1. Value inquiry and information needs in order to engage in lifelong learning.
    2. Apply a repertoire of creative and flexible information-seeking strategies to navigate the unfamiliar, take action, or solve a problem.
    3. Re-ignite your passion for teaching and learning through scholarship.
    4. Engage in research to create something new, acquire insight, transform values, or expand knowledge.
    5. Validate understanding and interpretation of information through discourse with others, including experts and practitioners.
    6. Employ multimedia, hypermedia and electronic literature resources to gather and distribute knowledge and information.
  2. Center the learner by creating individual abilities:
    1. Develop the mindset and ethical habits needed to advance learning in both teacher and student.
    2. Apply the science of learning to student development.
    3. Evaluate how technology transforms learning.
    4. Cultivate reflective practices and redefine the teacher’s role.
    5. Develop culturally relevant educational awareness.
    6. Model and promote self-directed learning.
  3. Design instruction for individualizing learning:
    1. Develop a design mindset and process for improvement.
    2. Structure environments to ignite creativity.
    3. Craft instructional design with an awareness of how learning occurs.
    4. Integrate pedagogical knowledge, content knowledge and technological knowledge to deepen learning.
    5. Create conditions to optimize engagement and motivation for all learners.
    6. Develop authentic learning by intentionally aligning standards, assessment practices and instructional strategies.
  4. Exchange and communicate to create shared solutions:
    1. Develop the language and practices to break down the isolationism of teaching.
    2. Create learning solutions in consultation with colleagues and the community.
    3. Apply global perspective to understanding learning.
    4. Create a professional support network.
    5. Capture ideas, data and relationships visually.
    6. Employ clear writing and speaking skills appropriate to the audience, including multimedia formats and web publishing.
  5. Initiate school-wide change:
    1. Analyze system changes required for innovative program adoptions.
    2. Work with policy leaders as change agents.
    3. Advocate for updated educational approaches to improve student learning.
    4. Evaluate relevant trends and approaches from non-education arenas (the arts, science, business, etc.).
    5. Promote educational equity.

Become a Master Teacher
Request more information about the M.Ed. in Learning Design and Technology today or contact an enrollment counselor at 877-308-9954.