Making: It’s Half Social Club, Half Learning Together

July 11, 2014

“I get the Maker thing now. I didn’t see it before. But getting together mattered. Making things together, it was really powerful.” ~ Zach Cresswell, First year Master’s in Educational Technology student, and Math Teacher This week, students in the online version of CEP 811: Adapting Innovative Technologies to Education are exploring their maker kits… Read More »

The Bridge Webinar Series: Technology to Assist Learning

July 11, 2014

Please join The Bridge webinar series on Thursday, July 17th at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time for insights, tips and ideas on technology to assist learning, especially through Universal Design for Learning (UDL). This will be a not-to-miss discussion with leaders in the field of assistive technology and UDL. Joining The Bridge will be Gordon Sasaki,… Read More »

MAET and MSU Libraries MAKER DAY – July 2, 2014

June 26, 2014

We are delighted to announce the first MAET & MSU Libraries Maker Day on July 2, 2014 from 11am-1pm at the MSU Main Library! All are invited to attend as students in our “Year 1” East Lansing Cohort (CEP 810, 811 and 812) will be leading any and all attendees through hands-on maker activities. No… Read More »

Digital Pioneers: Introducing the MAET Content Curators

May 23, 2014
Digital Pioneers: Introducing the MAET Content Curators

We are excited to announce a new instructional role on Team MAET – Content Curator. Michelle Schira Hagerman and I were chatting (as we often do!) about all of the great work that is being generated by MAET students. Our Educational Technology Certificate courses run year round – every 8 weeks – with 3 courses… Read More »

MAET Update April 2014

April 20, 2014

Here are a few important updates for the month of April. As always, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.  If you email edutech@msu.edu your message will be directed to the appropriate person for response. There’s still time to enroll in Online and E. Lansing Hybrid Cohorts for Summer –… Read More »

MAET Alumni Spotlight: Kerry Guiliano & Allyson Dewar

March 31, 2014
MAET Alumni Spotlight: Kerry Guiliano & Allyson Dewar

Kerry Guiliano was a happy hybrid student in our MAET program until 2011 – that was when she graduated! Allyson Dewar received her degree in May, 2012. As of this school year they are now colleagues, working as technology integration specialists with  Oakland Schools (ISD) Technology Services Field Services. Their experience in the MAET program… Read More »

MACUL 2014 – Maker Space Activity & Curriculuar Connections

March 14, 2014
MACUL 2014 – Maker Space Activity & Curriculuar Connections

At the Master’s in Educational Technology Booth at the MACUL14 conference, we created a mini Maker Faire, inspired by the larger maker movement that challenges us, as a program, to imagine technology integration in creative, authentic and meaningful ways. As a program, we embrace the idea of creating, not just consuming and encourage our students… Read More »

Curricular Connections to Circuits #MACUL14

March 13, 2014
Curricular Connections to Circuits #MACUL14

We are having a terrific time at #MACUL14 today in Grand Rapids. We are hosting a mini-maker faire and highlighting curricular connections to electrical circuits. If you’re wondering how to integrate circuits, here are some ideas to integrate circuits into ANY discipline. HOW TO information about Paper Circuits (including lists of materials). For HOW TO… Read More »

MAET at MACUL 2014. Make with us!

February 19, 2014
MAET at MACUL 2014. Make with us!

Are you a maker? A tinkerer? A crafter? An artist? A builder? A thinker? A solver of problems? Are you a techie? A Luddite? A teacher? A leader? A dreamer? A doer? A Spartan at heart? Then join us. MACUL 2014, March 13 & 14, 2014 Exhibit Hall Booth #124 Come to make a paper… Read More »