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Educational technology is changing the way we learn everywhere—from kindergarten to graduate classrooms to major corporations, small businesses, and hospitals. In Walden’s EdS in Educational Technology program, you can prepare to apply the latest technologies to improve instruction across a wide range of learning environments.
With program outcomes informed by Association for Educational Communication and Technology (AECT) standards, this cutting-edge EdS program can prepare you to design and create digital, interactive instructional media; evaluate emerging educational technologies and trends; and lead technology-based innovations in learning. Recently updated in consultation with two award-winning authors and education innovators the curriculum integrates instructional design theory and the latest developments in multi-device learning, game-based learning, and mobile and cloud technologies.
Designed to advance your career quickly and affordably, the EdS program features an embedded post-master’s certificate that can be earned upon completion of seven quarters, in addition to the opportunity to apply credits toward Walden’s PhD in Education program with a specialization in Educational Technology.
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