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M.S. in Education - Adolescent Literacy and Technology (Grades 6-12)

Walden University



With the online M.S. in Education - Adolescent Literacy and Technology (Grades 6-12) degree program from Walden University, students will have worked to gain the knowledge that is needed for promoting the advancement of adolescent literacy through the use of technology in grades 6-12.

Considered by many in the education field to be one of the most exciting areas of development, adolescent literacy and technology is a specialization that is focused on the development of cutting-edge expertise in the use of technology as a motivational tool in middle- and high-school arenas.

During the course of this online education program, students will take a number of courses that will focus on literacy and technology topics, such as:

  • Teacher as Professional
  • Designing Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
  • Understanding the Impact of Technology on Education, Work, and Society
  • Reading in the Content Areas, Grades 6-12
  • Writing in the Content Areas, Grades 6-12
  • Supporting Information Literacy and Online Inquiry in the Classroom
  • Introduction to Educational Research
  • Integrating Technology Across the Content Areas
  • Supporting Struggling Readers, Grades 6-12
  • Reaching and Engaging All Learners Through Technology

The main focus of this online degree in education is to enable its students with the in-depth knowledge that is needed for aiding their students to achieve a higher level of literacy and achievement across all content areas.

As a graduate of this online degree in literacy and technology, individuals will have the knowledge and skills that are needed for enriching the lives of their students by aiding them in improving their overall abilities in literacy and comprehension.

All applicants must have a master's degree from an accredited institution.

Accreditation Information

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

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