Earn a master's in teaching & learning with technology online
MASTER OF ARTS DEGREE IN TEACHING AND LEARNING WITH TECHNOLOGY
Earn your Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning with Technology degree online from Ashford University.
Discover how the latest technology tools can impact the learning experience, from K-12 students up through corporate trainees.
Embark on a variety of courses that will provide the skills to apply the latest technology to teaching and online learning and to become a resource for fellow teachers and colleagues. Sharpen the focus of your degree when you add a specialization.
- Generate a shared and learner-focused instructional vision
- Synthesize data to draw conclusions that inform the design of effective learning solutions
- Design effective learning solutions by blending theory and accepted practice
- Create strategies for safe, legal, and ethical use of digital information and technology
- Propose solutions for equitable access to digital tools and technology
- Construct solutions specific to target audiences and learning environments
- Facilitate effective and engaging learning events
- Prescribe a variety of technologies for teaching and learning in a digital world
Certification and Licensure Terms and Conditions
An online degree from Ashford University does not lead to immediate teacher licensure in any state. If you want to become a classroom teacher, contact your state's education authorities prior to enrolling at Ashford to determine what state-specific requirements you must complete before obtaining your teacher's license. Ashford graduates will be subject to additional requirements on a state-by-state basis that will include one or more of the following: student teaching or practicum experience, additional coursework, additional testing, or, if the state requires a specific type of degree to seek alternative certification, earning an additional degree. None of Ashford's online education programs are accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), which is a requirement for certification in some states. Other factors, such as a student's criminal history, may prevent an applicant from obtaining licensure or employment in this field of study. All prospective students are advised to visit the Education Resource Organizations Directory (EROD) and to contact the licensing body of the state where they are licensed or intend to obtain licensure to verify that these courses qualify for teacher certification, endorsement, and/or salary benefits in that state prior to enrolling. Prospective students are also advised to regularly review the state's policies and procedures relating to licensure as those policies are subject to change.