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College of Education and Human Development - George Mason University

About the Program

Want to know more about Learning Technologies in Schools?

Whether you’re interested in designing or teaching in-person, online, or blended courses, Mason has you covered. The Learning Technologies in Schools (LTS) program provides the knowledge and skills needed to enable teachers to design effective learning opportunities for P-12 learners using a range of technologies appropriate for in-person, online, and blended learning environments.

Blended and Online Learning in Schools Specialization (FULLY ONLINE)

Focus: Emphasizes the design and facilitation of blended and online courses that personalize P-12 students’ learning in ways that help them to develop course content knowledge and communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking skills (the 4Cs) in blended and online settings.

Delivery: Online with no on-campus requirements

Designing Digital Learning in Schools Specialization (BLENDED)

Focus: Emphasizes the interaction of design, technology, and content learning to influence P-12 teachers’ classroom practice in ways that promote students’ abilities to problem-solve, use information, participate productively in communities, become knowledgeable, and effectively communicate.

Delivery: Blended (in-person and online work)

Benefits of a Teacher-Friendly Program

  • Applicable projects to your current teaching context šš
  • Professors who provide timely and personalized feedback šš
  • Follows school division calendars whenever possible šš
  • Individual and collaborative learning opportunities šš
  • High level of support from instructors and peers šš
  • Tuition discounts for in-state and out-of-state educators