Keeping Up with EdTech and EdPsych

Announcing a new Hybrid Ed Tech Cohort for Spring 2014 in Saline, MI

Download .pdf version. In partnership with Saline Area Schools, MAET is very pleased to announce a new, hybrid cohort program in Educational Technology. In just eighteen weeks, teachers can earn three graduate courses in educational technology which can be taken as MSU’s stand-alone Graduate Certificate in Educational Technology, or applied to the Master’s in Educational […]

Certificate News

The end of the school year is in sight – can you believe it?! The last thing you are probably thinking about is signing up for summer classes to continue your professional development in the area of educational technology. However, the deadline for our summer classes is fast approaching – and courses are filling up fast. If you are considering signing up, do so TODAY! It’s quick and easy – just a one-page application (with no application fee)!

College News

Michelle Schira Hagerman, a doctoral student in the Educational Psychology and Educational Technology program at MSU, has received a $20,000 award to support her dissertation research on online reading comprehension. The one year fellowship, which runs from September 2011 to September 2012, comes from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

Certificate News

We are excited to announce our Summer 2011 offerings for the Educational Technology Certificate Program!

Job Postings

Check out the following links for job postings in the area of educational technology.

Certificate News

Are you interested in earning credits to renew your teaching license? Or are you interested in obtaining the new Educational Technology (NP) Endorsement or getting a Masters in Educational Technology? Perhaps you’d like to learn more about effectively integrating technology into your classroom. Our 2010-2011 schedule for the Educational Technology Certificate courses has been posted on our website. We offer both face to face and fully online options.

Certificate News

We are excited to announce our Summer 2010 offerings for the Educational Technology Certificate Program. We have our summer accelerated program being offered at the TBAISD Career-Tech Center Traverse City, Union School in Saline, and Rockford High School in Rockford. The accelerated program covers the three certificate courses (810, 811, and 812) in 5 weeks, Monday – Thursday from 8:30am-4:30pm. The dates for each of these offerings are:

Message from the MAET Director

Greetings Educators,

In this column I would like to share some thoughts regarding cooking and working with technology in teaching.

Elizabeth Helfant over at Digital Learning Environments Blog has an interesting posting titled The Pancake principle.



As the academic and school years are both in full swing – this fall is full of lots of exciting opportunities for our students and alumni to connect to professional learning networks! Recently, MAET Alumnus Paula Burrough tweeted for us from the 21st Century Learning Conference ( in Hong Kong! She even had the chance to meet up with fellow MAET Alumni and students! You can find all of Paula’s tweets from the conference at

FYC For Your Classroom

Collaborative Tools for Learning Conference

Friday, November 13

Macomb ISD, Clinton Township, MI

The 3rd annual Collaborative Tools for Learning Conference, sponsored by the Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) and hosted by the Macomb ISD, will show educators how to make use of the next generation of technologies to support student learning and achievement. A host of new tools and practices of Web 2.0 and beyond are focusing on how learners of all ages and abilities can collaborate to explore new ideas and understandings.

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