School of Education - George Mason University

We teach education professionals how to leverage the latest technology to develop engaging, optimal learning opportunities.

This concentration focuses on digital learning - instructional practice that effectively uses technology to strengthen a PreK-12 learners’ 21st century learning experience. It is designed for the practicing teacher interested in the ways in which technology can support teaching and learning. This concentration is framed by four learning outcomes: investigation of the theory and practice of digital learning, connection of digital learning and knowledge outcomes, use of design principles and processes to inform practice, and knowledge of a range of technologies appropriate for PreK-12 learners. Expertise is further developed by choosing one of four specializations: Digital Learning and Teacher Leadership, Integration of Online Learning in Schools, Assistive Technology, or Advanced Studies in Teaching and Learning.

Required Courses (18 credits)

Choose ONE of the following areas of emphasis:

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