Our Master’s in Educational Technology (MAET) Program is taught by an outstanding team of adjunct faculty within the Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education in the College of Education.
Danah Henriksen earned her Ph.D. from the Educational Psychology and Educational Technology Program at Michigan State University. Her research interests include creativity in teaching and learning, trans-disciplinary creativity, and learning by design. She has contributed scholarship for a book chapter on aesthetics and learning, as well as co-authored pieces on creativity and educational technology for publications such as Educational Technology, and Tech Trends.
Adjunct Faculty (Certificate Program)
Our Certificate Courses are taught by an outstanding team of adjunct faculty, many of whom are:
- K-12 classroom teachers themselves who have experience using educational technology in the classroom
- Graduates from our certificate program
- Exceptionally skilled in educational technology
- Winners of awards such as technology Teacher of the Year from the Michigan Association of Computer-Related Technology Users in Learning (MACUL) and the national award of the International Society for Technology in Education.
Sandra taught technology skills to middle school students and to teachers for over 20 years in Lansing and Detroit schools. She has worked with with MSU’s Educational Technology Program since 2002.
Emily works as a Senior Instructional Technology Consultant for DePaul University in Chicago. She assists faculty teaching online, hybrid, or web-enhanced courses. Emily has been with MSU’s Educational Technology Program since September 2009.
Melissa White is beginning her 30th year in education. After 17 years as a K-12 school library media specialist and computer coordinator, she began her second phase in education as an instructional technologist at Ingham Intermediate School District and teaching for MSU’s Educational Technology Program. She is an active member of MACUL and has presented numerous times and written many articles on technology topics for teachers throughout the state.
Susan has been with MSU’s Educational Technology Program since 1999. She is currently a special education teacher with Durand Area Schools. Susan has 37 years of teaching experience with at-risk students Pre-K through 6th grade. In addition to teaching for MSU, Susan is on her district’s MiBLSi core team, has developed and participated in several global writing projects through ePals, is a consultant for K-8 technology-based workshops and is a 2011 CODiE judge. She was recently awarded an Exemplary Educator Award by ePals for her Alien Adventures Writing Project.