Master of Science (M.S.) in Education - Adolescent Literacy and Technology (Grades 6-12)
The value of technology in promoting adolescent literacy is one of the most exciting developments in the field of education today. In this specialization, you will develop cutting-edge expertise in the use of technology to motivate middle- and high-school students, enabling you to help them achieve higher degrees of literacy and achievement across all content areas. You will also learn how to help your students tap into the skills they use in their technology-rich lives outside of the classroom to improve their overall literacy.
Walden's M.S.Ed. program is offered through The Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership, named for the former Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education. The college is the choice of more than 37,000 students and alumni. Walden also supports the teaching profession by offering more than $5 million in education scholarships for classroom teachers. In addition, M.S.Ed. alumni strongly endorse their Walden experience. More than 95% of M.S.Ed. graduates said earning their degrees at Walden enhanced their professional performance (Based on Walden's 2007 graduate survey respondents).
North Central Association (NCA)
Students must have a master's degree from an accredited institution.