Call for #MAET Instructors: Fall 2019 and Spring 2020

May 15, 2019

The window is now open to express interest in joining our team for Fall 2019 and Spring 2020.  We are seeking qualified, energetic educational technology leaders who embody in practice the 7 trans-disciplinary habits of mind and who demonstrate what Thomas Friedman calls CQ and and PQ — curiosity quotient and passion quotient. Appointments to the instructional team are… Read More »

MAET Full-Team Huddle!

April 9, 2019
MAET Full-Team Huddle!

On Tuesday, April 23, we are inviting you—MAET students and alumni—to join us for a Full-Team Huddle! Typically, MAET instructors gather once per month on Zoom for what we like to call a “Huddle.” These huddles take shape in many forms. From think tanks to show-and-tells to hands-on learning activities, we share strategies for online… Read More »

Welcome, Brittany!

November 1, 2018
Welcome, Brittany!

We are excited to announce a new MAET member! Brittany Dillman has joined our team as the MAET Graduate Certificate (GC) Program Coordinator. She will advise and support GC students and instructors and looks forward to assisting the larger MAET community, as well. Brittany has been involved in teaching MAET courses since 2013 and is… Read More »

MAET Career Opportunity – Specialist

May 3, 2018

The nationally ranked, award-winning Educational Psychology and Educational Technology program in the MSU College of Education seeks an organized, detail-oriented, creative, dynamic, forward-thinking educator to join the MAET program leadership team. The Specialist will direct many aspects of the Graduate Certificate programs, and provide support, as needed, to the Master of Arts in Educational Technology… Read More »

New Online Graduate Certificate in K12 Computer Science Education

April 18, 2018
New Online Graduate Certificate in K12 Computer Science Education

MAET is pleased to announce our new online Graduate Certificate in K12 Computer Science Education, which prepares K12 teachers to teach computational thinking and computer science ideas at the elementary and secondary level. Domains include computational thinking, algorithmic thinking, abstraction, programming tools, and creative thinking. Teachers learn to teach these concepts and skills through culturally… Read More »

#MAET at #MACUL18

March 13, 2018
#MAET at #MACUL18

Every year, Team MAET looks forward to connecting with area educators at the Michigan Association of Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) Conference — it gives us a chance to meet online students in person, reconnect with our alumni, and meet educational professionals from across the region. On Thursday, March 8, some of the students, instructors,… Read More »