The K-12 Educational Technology Specialist endorsement is designed for practicing teachers and administration who are interested in learning more about integrating digital technologies into classroom teaching and learning. The six courses cover the knowledge and skills required for an ISBE Technology Specialist Endorsement which qualifies those who hold it for building and/or district level technology coordinator positions. A total of six courses, as well as passing the ISBE Technology Specialist (178) test are required if you are seeking the ISBE endorsement.
A passing grade in a MAE course is considered to be B or above. A failing grade is given for work below that level. A maximum of eight hours of C (2.0) grades is applicable to the degree (grades of C- or lower are not accepted), provided that a minimum GPA of 3.0 is reached at time of graduation and an approved Student Petition is on file in the Office of Records and Registration.
|EDL 515||Online Teaching and Learning||4|
|EDL 516||Instructional Design for Technology||4|
|EDL 517||Education Technology Leadership||4|
|EDL 518||Educational Technology Systems||4|
|EDL 547||Technology in the Curriculum||4|
|EDL 555||Foundation for Technology in the Curriculum||4|
Candidates must take and pass ISBE Licensure Exam(s) in their specific area(s) to qualify for Illinois entitlement.