M.Ed. in Instructional Technology

Ambrish’s Story

“A little over 3 years back, I embarked on a journey that piqued my interest. It was nearly 15 years since I did any regular studying—and I was not sure if I would be able to push myself. I wanted to learn something different. I wanted to make a difference. My search for a program […]

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Alice’s Story

“My friends wonder how I can be so enthusiastic about teaching after many years in the classroom. I tell them that I have been energized by the graduate classes I am taking in Instructional Technology. The courses have helped me recognize the importance of a student-centered approach to teaching and learning, and how to achieve […]

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Allison’s Story

“Before pursuing my Master’s degree in Instructional Technology, I had begun to dabble in ways to integrate technology into my curriculum. At first, I was using technology in very basic ways but as my comfort increased it became apparent that the possibilities were limitless. I could leverage technology in ways I hadn’t even realized. In […]

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Emma’s Story

“The Instructional Technology program at UMaine is designed for the rapidly evolving world of education technology. This program encouraged me to master technology design and develop a deep understanding of general technology principles that transcend time, allowing me to stay current as an instructional technology leader. As the Secondary Digital Learning and Computer Science Specialist […]

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Jessica’s Story

“As a teacher with a busy family, the M.Ed. program meets my needs in so many ways. I am able to take engaging online classes with instructors who know how to create class communities in the virtual environment. I am also able to develop valuable skills that I can apply immediately in my teaching practice. […]

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Paul’s Story

Transcript Paul Wellman: How could the program not fit? I mean it’s so accessible that you can be anywhere at any time and complete a lot of the work. There are very few occasions where you’d have to be in person at a place or that there’s a designated time for let’s say hangout, right, […]

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