Learning, Design, & Technology, M.Ed.

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The Vermont State University master’s program in Learning, Design, & Technology prepares teachers, librarians, curriculum specialists, and instructors to design and implement contemporary onsite and online learning experiences. Learn how to thoughtfully and innovatively infuse digital and computer technology, design thinking, and STEAM approaches into your courses and programs.

Complete your degree in just five terms through online courses. The program gives you maximum flexibility by allowing you to conduct your in-person immersion projects within your current role or at learning sites near you.

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Why Study Athletic Training at Vermont State?

  • In-Demand Skills: Expand your skills to stay current in the changing field of education. Adapt to the needs of different student populations, as well as new opportunities in the job market. 
  • Technology Expertise: Learn how to incorporate different digital platforms and educational technology into your classes to enhance your student’s experiences and improve outcomes for a broader range of learners.  
  • Immersion Projects: Each three-credit course includes an immersion project for hands-on, real-world application of all you learn.You can complete this in your current role or at learning sites near where you live and work. 
  • Experienced Faculty: You’ll have the advantage of working with faculty who have a mix of education specialties, instructional design expertise, and classroom experience. 

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Sample Courses

  • Foundations of Digital Educational Technology
  • Design for e-Learning in Onsite and Online Environments
  • Assessment & Evaluation: Tech Tools and Online Designs
  • Instructional Methods for Tech Integration and Online Learning
  • Inclusive Practice for Digital Learning

Meet Our Faculty

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Faculty

  • Johnson Campus

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