Technology is everywhere, intertwined in almost every part of our lives. It affects how we shop, socialize, connect, play, and most importantly, learn. Using technology in the classroom helps prepare students for future careers, encourages collaboration, and helps them stay engaged by giving them control over their own learning.
The Master of Education with a Curriculum & Instruction with Instructional Technology Leadership Emphasis can help you leverage technology in your classroom. The 36-hour, two-year program will help you design, implement, and assess learning experiences to involve your students in an improved learning process, as well as enriching your professional practice and providing positive models for students, colleagues and the community.
Concordia offers the M.Ed. program in a cohort format: a small group takes the same classes at the same time. By learning alongside fellow educators, you will foster life-long, professional relationships and earn invaluable peer support.
Be better prepared to assist in or facilitate the development of technology programs for students in pre-kindergarten through grade 12.
Equip yourself for leadership roles in improving teaching and learning through the application of educational technologies used in K-12 schools, higher education institutions, organizations and associations.
This emphasis incorporates NDE Rule 24 006.36 Instructional Technology Leadership standards for supplementary endorsement.
The next start date for Curriculum & Instruction with Instructional Technology Leadership is Thursday, Jan 1.
Curriculum & Instruction with ITL Courses
With your M.Ed. from Concordia University, Nebraska, you'll be equipped to make a difference in your classroom and the lives of your students.
Eliminate the costs, burden and hassle of shopping for, purchasing and waiting for delivery of textbooks. We’ll arrange to have your books waiting for you on day one of each class, at no cost to you. Free textbooks are only available for our Lincoln classes.
We provide you with options so you can earn your degree in the way that works best for you.