MAT in Educational Technology
A degree for education and training professionals to enhance technology integration skills.
The MAT in Educational Technology is geared toward working K-12 professionals who wish to enhance their ability to leverage technology to increase student performance, creating digital citizens for the 21st Century.
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Madonna University's MAT in Educational Technology can be taken completely online. It also qualifies K-12 educators for the Educational Technology (NP) endorsement in the State of Michigan.
Getting my degree in educational technology has benefitted me in many ways. It has helped me learn how to integrate technology into my own classroom more effectively, has opened up opportunities for a variety of professional development, and expanded my personal learning network across the country. Getting my MAT: Educational Technology has made me become a better teacher through researching and presenting on ed tech and through sharing my knowledge with others.
Associate Dean of University Assessment
Associate Dean for Institutional Effectiveness
Ph.D., University of Michigan
M.Ed., University of Sheffield, U.K.
B.Ed., Bishop Grosseteste College, Lincoln (University of Nottingham, U.K.)
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Stewart Wood is the Associate Dean for University Assessment, Associate Dean for Institutional Effectiveness, Professor of Education, and Chair of the Faculty Professional Development Committee. Stewart joined the full-time faculty at Madonna University in 1994. He teaches Educational Research and Practice in the HEA program, drawing on his expertise in teaching and learning theory, educational psychology, lifelong learning, achievement motivation, and assessment.
Dr. Wood is an active member of the American Educational Research Association and serves as a reviewer for the Lilly Conferences on College Teaching. Dr. Wood has served on numerous advisory boards and published articles in Phi Delta Kappan and the Journal of Early Adolescence. Stewart earned his Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from the University of Michigan and M.Ed. from the University of Sheffield, U.K.
B.S. Oakland University
M.A. Northern Michigan University
Ph.D. Michigan State University
Joy Oslund, Ph.D. is the Coordinator of Directed Teaching and an Assistant Professor in the College of Education. She joined the full time faculty of Madonna University in 2016. She received her Ph.D. in Teacher Education from Michigan State University. Her research interests include teaching elementary mathematics for social justice, using cooperative group work to promote equity in classrooms, and teacher learning. She serves on the board for the Detroit Area Council of Teachers of Mathematics and is actively engaged in organizations promoting anti-racism in schools.