|EDUU 600||Research and Evaluation Methods||
|EDUU 605||Democracy, Education and Social Change||
|EDUU 606||Seminar in Learning Theory||
|EDUU 607||Seminar in Comparative Education||
|EDUU 608||Seminar in the Social Foundations of Education||
|EDUU 609||Seminar in Curriculum Studies||
|Core Courses Subtotal||
MA in Education, Instructional Technology, Teaching the 21st Century Learner
Learn how to be an online instructor with Brandman’s accredited online teaching degree program. Our program empowers K-20 educators to teach both online and in blended settings with hands-on, application-oriented learning that synthesizes the skills and theories.
Teaching the 21st Century Learner Degree Overview
This teaching program prepares you to be an online instructor for K-20 students. Our Master’s focuses on highly desirable 21st-century learning skills by instructing you on how to teach online, including online teaching strategies such as how to design, assess, deconstruct and pivot when a student’s needs have changed. You will gain a holistic perspective of online teaching strategies, discern how to design online curriculum and facilitate distance learning.
- Understand the standards for the 21st-century learner and then match technologies to meet those needs.
- Evaluate curriculum design and curricular decisions as they relate to meeting the diverse needs of students.
- Utilize theories of learning and brain research to enhance teaching and student learning.
- Develop a unit of study that cultivates engagement with content, peers and the electronically mediated environment.
- Employ the iNACOL National Standards for Quality Online Teaching throughout the program.
Fall I (Aug 31, 2020)
$660/CreditHelp me estimate my cost
Ways to Learn
Ways to Get Started
Imagine Your Future In Education: Instructional Technology: Teaching the 21st Century Learner
Results for [location name]
Top Organizations Hiring
Data source: Economic Modeling, LLC (Emsi) / www.economicmodeling.com
The pathway information provided through this website are based in part on U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data that is licensed by Brandman University from Emsi. While Brandman University believes this data to be reliable as a whole, some of the data is based on estimates made by Emsi, when actual data is not available. Those estimates and the corresponding data may not be accurate.
1. Change in employment projections 2016 - 2026
2. Based on BLS Occupational Employment Statistics and updated quarterly
3. Brandman University does not guarantee a job to graduates upon completion of any program
Brandman University is accredited by the WSCUC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC).
The School of Education at Brandman University is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), www.ncate.org.
Prerequisites: Candidates must have a teaching credential or take EDUU 515 (Teaching the Adult Learner) and successfully complete the MAE Core Courses before beginning any coursework in the MAE, Instructional Technology: Teaching the 21st Century Learner emphasis.
Candidates may take EDUU 515 concurrently with EDUU 600 (Research and Evaluation Methods). Candidates must also take EDUU 551 (Educational Applications of Computers Level I) or an approved equivalent, submit passing scores on the CSET in Ed Tech, or have a current teaching credential that required a Level I educational computer course or equivalent.
Course List Code Title Credits Emphasis Courses EDUU 624 Foundations of 21st Century Teaching
EDUU 625 Design and Assessment of 21st Century Teaching
EDUU 628 Advanced Design and Assessment of 21st Century Teaching
EDUU 629 Teaching the 21st Century Learner Capstone
Applicants for this accredited online teaching degree program must complete the formal application process with all required documents, which include:
- Completed application
- GPA: Meet 1 of these 4 GPA options for admission
- Two letters of recommendation from individuals familiar with the candidate in an academic setting
- Official transcripts from all regionally accredited institutions where baccalaureate and/or post-baccalaureate coursework was completed or attempted
Meet Our Faculty
Kimberly Greene, Ed.D.
Language Acquisition, Children’s Literature, Education and Society in the 21st Century
Alan Enomoto, Ed.D.
Educational Leadership & Administration