Penn State World Campus offers a world of possibilities—online. Earn a Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction and choose from five areas of emphasis: STEM Education; Elementary Education; Children’s Literature; Curriculum and Supervision; and Theory and Practice in English, Social Studies, and World Languages. Learn from the same faculty who teach on campus and apply your new knowledge immediately in your classroom. The programs are asynchronous so you can study on your own time, from any location. Advance your knowledge and gain a well-respected credential from Penn State’s College of Education—ranked consistently in the top 10, according to U.S. News & World Report.
KQED Teach offers a freeinteractive course entitled “Making Interactive Maps.”The course has three modules: five lessons on how to make a basic interactive map; seven lessons about adding layers to maps; and three to practice making interactive maps.
Experience and learn how to create the conditions for deep and powerful learning that prepares all students for the demands of the 21st century. Find details on this highly interactive on-campus programhere.
Penn State World Campus has partnered with Penn State’s College of Education to offer a Master of Education in Learning, Design, and Technology—completely online. Participants in the program will expand their skills in instructional design and learn to evaluate the impact of technology on learning. Penn State World Campus also offers the following graduate certificates that can be applied to the master’s degree: e-Learning Design; Educational Technology Integration; Teaching and Learning Online in K–12 Settings. Applications for 2018–2019 are now being accepted.