Technology Integration for Educators Certificate

Currently, this program is not accepting applications.

To better meet the needs of modern schools, the Technology Integration for Educators certificate provides undergraduate education majors the skills necessary to become proficient in the integration of technology to best meet the needs of students in classroom and school settings through differentiation, collaborative work, and empowering learners with global connections.

To be awarded this certificate, students must complete and be awarded an undergraduate degree. For more information about adding an undergraduate certificate, see your advisor.

Program Highlights

  • Future teachers develop real world skills in design of professional development, creation and theory of multimedia, culturally responsive learning environments, and modern forms of educational technology.
  • Ideal for future educators in Secondary Education, Elementary Education, Special Education, or Early Childhood Education.
  • Educators with certificates are recognized as effectively integrating technology into their classrooms.
  • Department of Teacher Development adviser directs applicants.

Program Distinctions

  • The department collaborates with state and national organizations around learning design, technology in education, and professional development.
  • Undergraduates in the certificate program have opportunities to learn with current in-service teachers, gaining additional real world experience and networking.

Student Organizations

Popular Careers

  • Teacher
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