K12 teacher with licensure
The Computer/Technology Endorsement is a 7-course online graduate sequence of courses designed to prepare K-12 teachers to become leaders in technology integration and in leveraging the power of technology and media to engage students in meaningful learning. This seven-course endorsement is designed to foster teacher-coaches to guide and support students and colleagues in the integration of technology and media for digital age teaching and learning.
The Computer/Technology Endorsement includes seven (7) courses. All of these courses are also part of the M.Ed. in Educational Technology. A student initially enrolled in the ETCE may apply those courses toward the M.Ed.
In addition to the seven endorsement courses, candidates must also pass the Ohio Assessment Exam (OAE) that you must pass in order to obtain this endorsement (Computer/Technology Endorsement #111770). The exam contains two subtests: Subtest I (Field 016) and Subtest II (Field 017).
Subtest I includes:
- Basic Operations, Concepts, and Issues of Digital Technology
- Productivity Applications of Digital Technology
Subtest II includes:
- Teaching and Learning Applications of Digital Technology
For more details about Subtest II review the assessment framework including the detailed overview and the alignment to standards. The Ohio Board of Education’s Website about Ohio Assessment Exams includes information about applying for the exam, cost and dates.
Educational Technology Endorsement
The Computer/Technology Endorsement is a 7-course online graduate sequence of courses designed to prepare K-12 teachers to foster teacher coaches and facilitators in leveraging the power of technology and media to engage students in meaningful learning. This seven-course endorsement (including 50 hrs. of field experience) is designed to foster teacher-coaches to guide and support students and colleagues in the integration of technology and media for digital age teaching and learning. (21 credit hours)<thscope="col">Code
|Introduction to Instructional Design and Technology
|Instructional Design Theory and Models
|Evaluation and Assessment for Instructional Design
|Diversity, Learning & Technology
|Curriculum and Technology
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How to Apply
You must either be currently enrolled as a graduate student or apply for enrollment as a continuing non-degree student.
- If you are currently a graduate student or have continuing non-degree student graduate status from Miami’s Graduate School contact Darrel Davis, Ph.D.
- If you have not been accepted to the Graduate School as a degree student or as a continuing non-degree student, you must apply. The application is online and transcripts are required. To start the process, visit Miami's Graduate School.
Once you have been notified by the Graduate School of your acceptance, contact Darrel Davis, Ph.D.
The Teacher Education Access at Miami (TEAM) Scholarship provides a discount on graduate tuition and fees for Ohio PreK-12 Educators.
Miami offers multiple ways to enhance your education and acquire the technology skills needed for teaching in the 21st century.