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Certificate in Education Technology
The WSU College of Education undergraduate certificate in Education Technology allows students to develop skills and obtain documentation that will help them obtain positions that require knowledge of and experience with education technology. The course work comprises 15 credits that address International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), TESOL, and disciplinary standards, and it focuses on developing knowledge and skills for working with diverse students and communities. The required course work emphasizes research, theoretical, and practical issues concerning effective uses and affordances of technologies and the implementation of appropriate classroom teaching techniques.
To earn the certificate, students must complete 12 credits of required course work and one elective for a total of 15 credits. Required courses include: TCH LRN 445 or 466; 416, 417, 419; and 1 credit of TCH LRN 499. Approved elective courses include DTC 201, 206, 354, ENGLISH 342 and SPEC ED 495, or as approved by department. The prerequisite for TCH LRN 445 and 466 is admission to the teacher education program or an undergraduate program in the College of Education or status as an in-service teacher/teacher education program graduate. TCH LRN 445 or 466 are prerequisites for all other required TCH LRN courses.
- Teaching and Learning
- Special Education
- Teaching And Learning
- Cultural Studies And Social Thought In Education
- Mathematics / Science Education
- Language, Literacy, And Technology
- Master In Teaching
Schedules of Studies
- Specific Subject Teacher Certificate
- Elementary Education Teacher Certificate
- English Language Learners
- Certificate in Education Technology