Education Technology Integrator

Master of Education

NCATE and other professional organizations across the country have repeatedly emphasized the importance of technology in the classroom for both educators and students. As a result, the New Hampshire Department of Education has created standards for Education Technology Integrator certification. The Education Technology Integrator K–12 Certification concentration prepares educators to use computers and related technologies to improve their ability to integrate technology into their curriculum and classroom, while simultaneously enhancing the educator’s professional growth and productivity. This concentration is designed around International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) basic competency standards in educational computing and technology literacy, as well as the competencies for New Hampshire certification for Technology Educator.

Use the Course Planning Matrix to see when Education Technology Integrator courses will be offered.

In addition to this K-12 Certification option, students may also choose from the following:

  • Education Technology Integrator, non-certification: Students would complete a 3 credit graduate capstone project in place of the Teaching Internship as listed below
  • Education Technology Integrator – K-12 and Library Media Specialist – K-12, dual-certification
  • Education Technology Integrator – K-12, certification only: Students would complete 24-30 credits as listed below, excluding the master’s core component and with a 3-9 credit capstone experience.

Program of Study

Master’s Core Component – 9 credits

Education Component – 9 credits

Specialization Component – 12 credits

Capstone Experience – 3-9 credits

Total for MEd in Education Technology Integrator K-12 Certification – 33-39 credits

Arts & Technology Cluster