Save a third of the total tuition cost and gain valuable experience as an educational technology specialist fellow. A limited number of full-time students in the master's degree program get selected to work about two days a week in a public or private school to support school-based initiatives, children, and their learning. Fellowship details and application are online.
"This program has given me the confidence to use technology in my classroom in order to enhance student learning and understanding. The instructors went out of their way to make my experience at Nazareth meaningful."
Stephanie Mattice '14, technology teacher at Brockport High School in Brockport, N.Y.
“The skills you learn in class and the quality of the faculty make this a great program for teachers. You can easily apply what you learn in the program to your own classroom.”
Lauren Missell '14, a third-grade teacher at St. Lawrence School in Greece, N.Y.
The program includes 50 hours of fieldwork and 39 credits. Among the courses:
Education: B.A., Hartwick College; M.S., University of Bridgeport; Ed.D., Teachers College, Columbia University
Teaching and Research Interests: Computer simulation, technology, and robotics.
Proudest Moments: Dr. Fenwick is most proud of books he has authored on the programming language Logo and the hybrid program.
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