The Digital Technologies for Teaching and Learning (DTTL) master's program provides classroom teachers, technology coaches, and instructional designers with innovative ways to integrate relevant 21st Century technology with sound pedagogical practice.
Our master's program is designed for educators who are excited about the potential technology offers for increasing student learning. Our students want to extend their skills for implementing relevant technology-enhanced activities in their own learning environments.
Our graduates will be prepared to:
- Optimize the use of active learning techniques via relevant technology tools
- Take existing curriculum and transform it for a contemporary student audience
- Design and teach online, hybrid, or blended courses
- Serve as a peer technology coach for colleagues
For more information, please contact the following:
On-campus option: SOE prospective student adviser, Lisa Klope, at (415) 422-5467 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online option: Josephine Banez at (415) 422-4900 or email@example.com.
USF is not currently accepting applications from online students who reside in Alabama, Arkansas, Iowa, Massachusetts, Maryland, North Carolina and Wisconsin. Note, however, that residents in theses states may apply for enrollment in any USF courses or programs offered at any campus location.