SUMMER 2013 DATES AND LOCATION
National University of Ireland: Galway
June 23 – July 20, 2013
Overseas you will earn the Master’s Degree in Educational Technology (MAET) from Michigan State University while staying in-residence at universities around the world. Studying overseas provides an opportunity for International Baccalaureate (IB), Department of Defense Dependent Schools (DoDDS) and other international school educators a chance to work, learn and collaborate in a face-to-face setting.
Applications and reservations for Summer 2013 are now being accepted! This summer we will be on the beautiful campus of the National University of Ireland in Galway, Ireland. To reserve a spot for summer, fill out the Summer 2013 Reservation Form! After filling out the form you’ll be contacted with further instructions for registering and applying to the program.
A total of 30 semester credits are required to graduate with 9-credit enrollments each summer. In addition, students will take an online course after the second summer. All coursework must be completed in five years.
Summer 2013 Costs
Tuition 6757.20 USD (9 credits, 3 courses, $750.80/credit)
Activity Fee 150 USD
Housing 1400 USD **
Total 8307.20 USD
MAET Department Housing Scholarship 1000 USD
Total cost after scholarship 7307.20 USD
Meal Plan (optional)
Meals will be served in a group cafeteria setting.
Breakfast 140 USD
Lunch 190 USD
Due to the different configurations of the rooms, we have a varied pricing structure for housing:
1400 – Double Bed, ensuite
1350 – Single Bed, ensuite
1300 – Double bed, shared bathroom
1250 – Single bed, shared bathroom
The $1000 housing scholarship will automatically be applied to all current and new students. Housing be delegated on a first come, first served basis. You will receive the housing survey once fully admitted into the MAET program.
Technology Emphasis: Productivity tools, subject specific hardware & software, web design
Teaching & Learning Emphasis: Designing instruction using those technologies
Digital Story Examples
Andrew – http://www.vuvox.com/collage/detail/014c3bf470
Technology Emphasis: Web-based and emerging technologies
Teaching and Learning Emphasis: The web as a context for teaching and learning. Topics may include digital literacy: finding, comprehending, and evaluating information, online and distance education, potentials and pitfalls, how the web changes the role of teachers and students, and web-based learning communities. Also, how to conduct action research and its role in professional development.
TPACK Project Examples
Video Research Project Examples
Professional Development Conference
For this assignment, Year 2 students will be creating their own Leadership and Technology Conference. The objective is to both plan and implement a learning experience for other educational professionals on topics of leadership, technology, and education.
2012 GREAT – http://great12dublin.weebly.com/
2011 RELATe - http://relate2011.weebly.com/
2010 RELATe http://sites.google.com/site/maetrelate2010/
2009 PLATE http://2009plateconference.weebly.com/index.html
2008 PLATE https://www.msu.edu/~arcayjoh/msu2008/plate/new/index.html
Elective Course – Between Summer 2 & 3
During Summer 2, you will meet with your academic advisor to choose your elective online course. There are 2 different academic paths to choose from:
NP and DoDEA Endorsment/Online Learning Path: If students are interested in receiving the State of Michigan NP Endorsement or the DoDEA School Educational Technologist (0485) Endorsement you must take CEP 820: Teaching K-12 Students Online
Subject Specific Path: Students may choose an online CEP elective from the current Schedule of Courses that aligns to their specific subject matter or educational interests.
Course Descriptions can be found by visiting – http://edutech.msu.edu/schedule.html
Technology Emphasis: Multimedia Technologies (DV capture & editing, web-based audio & video, embedding MultiMedia)
Teaching and Learning Emphasis: How multimedia technology can be part of compelling educative experiences. Topics may include the nature of compelling experiences, and how to create compelling experiences with multimedia technology. Also, how to take on a more active leadership role in your profession.
Student Work Examples:
Bill – http://wmarsland.wordpress.
Candace – http://candacemarcotte.
Guy – http://guyclarcom.wordpress.
Jamie – http://jperryedtech.weebly.
Steve – http://maet.wagenseller.on-
Victoria – http://vhusseytech.weebly.com/