Instructional Technology Teacher Certificate

The Instructional Technology Certificate Program/Instructional Technology Certification-Only Program is planned to prepare and develop teachers to direct school improvement toward higher levels of student learning and achievement through the use of instructional technology. It is designed for participants who have a T-4 Teaching Certificate and at least a master’s degree. This program enables experienced teachers to complete the program in three semesters. Candidates will complete 21 hours of specialized course work taught by full and part-time graduate faculty and experienced technology specialists. The program will be delivered in cohorts offered in both blended and online formats.

The Instructional Technology Certificate/Instructional Technology Certification-Only program will be delivered in three semesters. Field-experiences are required throughout the program of study. Candidates will develop and present a professional portfolio providing evidence that they have the knowledge, skills, and dispositions required to master the PSC and ISTE Instructional Technology standards.

The scheduling of course offerings is planned to go over a consecutive period of three semesters covering a total of 21 hours. The sequence may vary depending on the semester of entry. Successful completion of the courses listed in the degree program will result in an S-5 Service Certificate in Instructional Technology in the State of Georgia.


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This program is a part of the Clarice C. and Leland H. Bagwell College of Education. Curriculum 

School of Instructional Technology & Innovation

Kennesaw State University 
School of Instructional Technology & Innovation
Kennesaw Hall 
585 Cobb Ave - Box #0127 
Kennesaw, GA 30144

Phone: 470-578-4377

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