Keeping Up with EdTech and EdPsych

Designing the Ultimate PD Experience

What could professional development look like if teachers were involved in the design? Using design thinking, we can further engage teachers and administrators in conversations around adult learning and the needs of educators in specific contexts. Through design thinking, we are able to create an experience that is truly collaborative and encourages people to share […]

Computer Science in the Content Areas

Computer Science involves “the study of computers and algorithmic processes, including their principles, their hardware and software designs, their applications, and their impact on society” (Tucker, 2006). The types of skills that underpin the work that computer scientists do are referred to as Computational Thinking. There’s a common misconception that computational thinking is limited to coding […]

MAET Summer Connections

“Eventually everything connects – people, ideas, objects. The quality of the connections is the key to quality per se.” – Charles Eames, American designer & architect From East Lansing to Chicago to Galway, Ireland – the summer has been full of face-to-face learning opportunities for our MAET and MSUrbanSTEM students. While we are familiar with […]

Join MAET at MACUL 2016 this week

How do you tackle complex problems while having FUN? At our Computational Thinking Carnival, of course! Join us at MACUL 2016 on March 10-11 in Exhibit Hall booth #226: • Explore the core concepts of computational thinking while playing Fix the Ferris Wheel, Ring Toss Remix, Pick a Pop, and Guess the Number. • Create […]

MAET Sponsors the East Lansing Area Film Screening of “Most Likely to Succeed”

The “Most Likely to Succeed” Michigan tour is coming to East Lansing! If you are an educator, student, parent, business leader, politician or community member, this event is for you. Watch the trailer and join the Master of Arts in Educational Technology (#MAET) program on Friday, October 16 for the FREE screening of this award-winning […]

MAET September Newsletter

MAET Job Opportunity – Program Specialist

The nationally ranked, award winning Educational Psychology and Educational Technology program in the MSU College of Education seeks an organized, detail oriented, creative, dynamic, forward-thinking educator to join the MAET program leadership team. The Program Specialist will direct many aspects of the Graduate Certificate in Educational Technology and Graduate Certificate in Online Teaching and Learning […]

The Bridge: EdCamp with Team MAET

Have you ever wondered what faculty and instructors in the MAET program do when they’re not teaching courses and answering students’ emails? Have you ever wondered what questions drive their research? What issues in Education matter most to them? What work they pursue to make the world a better place? This month’s The Bridge webinar […]

Call for 2015-2016 #MAET Instructional Team

We frequently field inquires about teaching with the MAET program. In addition to our regular program faculty, we often have a need for additional instructors to assist with course delivery. We have formalized procedures for expressing interest and on a yearly basis from December – January accept interest applications for the upcoming academic year. The […]

The Bridge Webinar Series: Shop Talk with K-12 Tech Integration Specialists

Technology Integration Specialists in K-12 schools and districts often hold Master’s degrees in Educational Technology. In fact, we know that many students apply to our Master’s of Educational Technology program because they hope to move into a technology integration position. As more and more districts scale up their technology offerings, the technology integration role is […]

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