Master of Science in Education – Teacher Education – Curriculum and Instruction – Digital Teaching and Learning online

Help design the future of 21st-century education.

Apply by 10/11/21
Start Class 10/25/21

Program Overview

Discover our online M.S.Ed. – Teacher Education – Curriculum and Instruction – Digital Teaching and Learning

$12,450* In-State Tuition
As few as 12 months Program Duration
30 Credit Hours
$12,450* In-State Tuition
As few as 12 months Program Duration
30 Credit Hours

Develop your knowledge of digitally enhanced instruction modalities and learn how to apply emerging technologies to classroom instruction with the 100 percent online Master of Science in Education – Teacher Education – Curriculum and Instruction – Digital Teaching and Learning program. This one-of-a-kind master's in education program is designed to introduce students to a new paradigm of teaching and learning and to provide the framework and foundation for ongoing changes in 21st-century approaches to education.

The coursework in this digital teaching and learning online program changes as technology evolves. Prepare to study digital literacy, computational thinking, computer programming, and curriculum design and learn best practices in the use of technology to support student knowledge development. In courses such as “Coding for Educators” and “Gaming for Educators,” you will learn how to design apps from start to finish and to develop digital games to support student learning.

Gain cutting-edge digital skills and tools that you can implement right away and prepare for exciting roles.

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In this Digital Teaching and Learning program, you will learn to:

  • Explore and embrace the new paradigm shift in digital teaching and learning that supports students to be entrepreneurs of their own learning
  • Meet the challenge of moving into a more personalized, student-centered approach to teaching
  • Identify and implement research-based teaching methods that enhance digital learning in P-12 classrooms and support 21st-century teaching and learning
  • Evaluate, select and integrate effective learning technologies to enhance student learning and prepare students for a digital world
  • Create digital learning environments that promote and sustain respectful digital citizens
  • Develop and utilize leadership skills that empower educators to be effective change agents in their schools and districts
  • Explore and embrace the new paradigm shift in digital teaching and learning that supports students to be entrepreneurs of their own learning
  • Meet the challenge of moving into a more personalized, student-centered approach to teaching
  • Identify and implement research-based teaching methods that enhance digital learning in P-12 classrooms and support 21st-century teaching and learning
  • Evaluate, select and integrate effective learning technologies to enhance student learning and prepare students for a digital world
  • Create digital learning environments that promote and sustain respectful digital citizens
  • Develop and utilize leadership skills that empower educators to be effective change agents in their schools and districts
  • Explore and embrace the new paradigm shift in digital teaching and learning that supports students to be entrepreneurs of their own learning
  • Meet the challenge of moving into a more personalized, student-centered approach to teaching
  • Identify and implement research-based teaching methods that enhance digital learning in P-12 classrooms and support 21st-century teaching and learning
  • Evaluate, select and integrate effective learning technologies to enhance student learning and prepare students for a digital world
  • Create digital learning environments that promote and sustain respectful digital citizens
  • Develop and utilize leadership skills that empower educators to be effective change agents in their schools and districts

In this Digital Teaching and Learning program, you will learn to:

  • Explore and embrace the new paradigm shift in digital teaching and learning that supports students to be entrepreneurs of their own learning
  • Meet the challenge of moving into a more personalized, student-centered approach to teaching
  • Identify and implement research-based teaching methods that enhance digital learning in P-12 classrooms and support 21st-century teaching and learning
  • Evaluate, select and integrate effective learning technologies to enhance student learning and prepare students for a digital world
  • Create digital learning environments that promote and sustain respectful digital citizens
  • Develop and utilize leadership skills that empower educators to be effective change agents in their schools and districts
  • Explore and embrace the new paradigm shift in digital teaching and learning that supports students to be entrepreneurs of their own learning
  • Meet the challenge of moving into a more personalized, student-centered approach to teaching
  • Identify and implement research-based teaching methods that enhance digital learning in P-12 classrooms and support 21st-century teaching and learning
  • Evaluate, select and integrate effective learning technologies to enhance student learning and prepare students for a digital world
  • Create digital learning environments that promote and sustain respectful digital citizens
  • Develop and utilize leadership skills that empower educators to be effective change agents in their schools and districts

Nationally recognized by the Educational Leadership Constituent Council

Graduate this online Digital Teaching and Learning program prepared for a variety of elevated roles, including:

  • Digital Learning Specialist
  • E-Learning Developer
  • Instructional Design Specialist

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Tuition

Learn how cost-effective YSU's online M.S.Ed. can be

YSU offers students the opportunity to earn their online degree with affordable, pay-as-you-go tuition.

Tuition breakdown:

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$415* Per Credit Hour
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$12,450* Total Tuition

*In-state tuition.

Program Per Credit Hour Per Course Per Program
In-State Out-of-State In-State Out-of-State In-State Out-of-State
M.S.Ed. Teacher Ed – C&I – Digital Teaching & Learning $415 $420 $1,245 $1,260 $12,450 $12,600

Additional Fees

Application: $45 (waived if you are an active/veteran military member)

Financial Aid

Financial aid is available for those who qualify. The first step in applying for financial aid is to file your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). YSU's Federal School Code is 003145.

Contact Us

Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships
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Meshel Hall, 203
Youngstown, OH 44555

Phone: 330-941-3505
Fax: 330.941.1659
Email: [email protected]

Calendar

See our application deadlines and class schedules

At YSU, we offer multiple start dates throughout the year so you never have to wait long to get started on your online degree program. The chart below shows upcoming start dates, along with important deadlines, such as when your application should be submitted and when payments are due.

Next Start & Application Due Dates:

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10/11/21 Next Application Deadline
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10/25/21 Start Classes
First StartsProgram Start DateApplication DeadlineDocument DeadlineRegistration DeadlineTuition DeadlineLast Class Day
Fall 18/30/218/16/218/23/218/25/218/27/2110/16/21
Fall 210/25/2110/11/2110/18/2110/20/2110/22/2112/11/21
Spring 11/10/2212/27/211/3/221/5/221/7/222/26/22
Spring 23/14/222/28/223/7/223/9/223/11/224/30/22

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Admissions

How to be admitted into our online digital teaching and learning program

YSU's online M.S.Ed. programs have specific requirements that applicants must meet to enroll. Please read the admission guidelines to ensure you qualify.

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Degree IconBachelor's Degree
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  • Complete online application for admission
  • Pay $45 application fee ($90 International). Waived for active/veteran military members or for applicants who have attended the College of Graduate Studies in the past.
  • Minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Names and contact information for 3 professional references (in online application)
  • Submit official transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate coursework from regionally accredited institutions
  • Submit official scores for the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) (waived for applicants who have an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher)
  • Valid teaching certificate
    • Students without a teaching certificate or license may be admitted on an individual basis to graduate programs leading to certification or licensure in certain areas

Transcripts must be mailed from the granting institution or sent electronically through a secured server vendor.

Mailing Address:

YSU College of Graduate Studies
One University Plaza
Coffelt Hall
Youngstown, OH 44555

Email Address:
[email protected]

Courses

Explore the topics you'll study in our online master's in curriculum and instruction – Digital Teaching and Learning classes

For the Master of Science in Education – Teacher Education – Curriculum and Instruction – Digital Teaching and Learning online, you are required to take 10 courses for a total of 30 credit hours.

Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
A critical appraisal of dealing with learning and teaching. Each learner constructs his/her brain as learning occurs. Teachers reconsider their practices in light of the science of learning research provided by education, neuroscience and socio-psychology.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Digital teaching and learning is much more than knowing some great apps for the smart board or IPad. It is understanding a new paradigm that promotes a new pedagogy. It takes educators beyond the formal traditional classroom of lecture and paper/pencil into an interactive, student-centered environment. This course will introduce students to the paradigm of digital teaching and learning and provide the framework and foundation for change within districts and classrooms to meet 21st century learning.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
This course focuses on action research as it applies to urban and rural education. Topics include reflecting to identify a problem, reviewing literature, planning and implementing interventions, data collection and analysis strategies, and sharing outcomes with others. Course may be offered onsite, online, or as a combination of both. Field experience in an appropriate educational setting is required.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Focus on the instructional design process from a practical perspective. Emphasis on planning the curriculum to include content analysis, learning objectives, instructional strategies, and measurement of student achievement.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
What does a 21st century classroom curriculum look like? How do you maintain the requirements of the state, while moving forward in 21st century learning using digital technology? This course will help students find, explore and evaluate digital tools to transform content curriculum into real and meaningful digital learning experiences that put students at the center of their learning, while aligning the curriculum with national standards of content, technology and 21st century learning. Student-centered Project-Based Learning will be at the center of this course experience.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Technology takes us out of a traditional form of literacy. Today, students are bombarded with tons of information and resources that effectively build knowledge and skill for endless topics through the internet. This course will explore the topic of digital literacy and support a knowledge-base that helps students in k-12 classrooms develop an ability to use digital technology to find information and critically evaluate that information's authority and relevance.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
This course will provide students with learning experiences that explore what a classroom for digital learning looks and feels like. Students will be able to understand and be able to develop a variety of digital learning environments including flipped classrooms, blended learning, online learning and classroom.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Participants in this course will learn computational thinking, introductory computer programming, and technology integration for content courses. Participants will design three apps from start to finish, and leave the course with an instructional segment they can then implement into their curriculum.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
The world is moving at a fast pace. Technology has changed the way we socialize, communication, live and learn. It is one thing to understand the need for change in districts and organizations, and another to be a change-agent and provide the leadership for change. This course will equip the student with the knowledge and skills to provide this leadership and make things happen in a classroom, school, district, or organization.
Duration: 7 weeks
Credit Hours: 3
Participants in this course will develop instructional practices that rely on digital games, and gaming techniques. Digital games will be evaluated for inquiry skills, narrative potential, and content delivery. Digital games are uniquely positioned to support student learning, as they serve multiple purposes and can be very engaging.

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