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The Graduate Certificate in Instructional Technology Proficiency is a part of the Curriculum and Instructional Technology Program under the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. The focus of the Certificate is on the integration of current and emerging technology tools into classroom instruction. It is designed for school personnel who want to further their knowledge and skills in the use of technology in teaching elementary, middle, and high school students. The Certificate is also appropriate for classroom supervisors who are responsible for evaluating technology integration but who have not had the benefit of formal technology courses. The Certificate does not lead to any type of educator licensure in the State of Massachusetts.

All courses leading to this Certificate are offered online.

Admission Requirements
Individuals holding a teacher license or who work in an educational setting are eligible to apply for admission. The applicant must have earned a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university.

Curriculum Requirements (4)
INST 941 Internet for 21st Century Teaching and Learning
INST 943 Impact of Technology on Education
Choose two from the following:
INST 951 Mathematics Instruction with Technology
INST 954 Technology Infrastructure Management
INST 959 Systemic Change: Curriculum, Instructional Technology and
Professional Development
INST 968 Introduction to Assistive Technology
RECOMMENDED PROGRAM SCHEDULE: INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY PROFICIENCY
FALL SEMESTER COURSES
INST 941 Internet for 21st Century Teaching and Learning
INST 954 Technology Infrastructure Management
SPRING SEMSTER COURSES
INST 951 Mathematics Instruction with Technology
INST 959 Systemic Change: Curriculum, Instructional Technology and Professional Development
SUMMER SEMESTER COURSES
INST 943 Impact of Technology on Education
INST 968 Introduction to Assistive Technology


For further information about the Graduate Certificate in Instructional Technology Proficiency, please contact Graduate Admissions or call (508) 626-4501.

Notes:

  1. Requirements are accurate to date. However, the University reserves the right to change requirements in the future, and will notify applicants should any changes be made.
  2. Refer to appropriate catalog for Degree Requirements for prior years.

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