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    • Master of Arts in Instructional Technology(MAIT) Cohort InformationDr. Doug HarveyAssociate Professorof Instructional Technologydouglas.harvey@stockton.eduDr. Jung LeeAssociate Professorof Instructional Technologyjung.lee@stockton.eduDr. Amy AckermanProgram Director,Associate Professorof Instructional Technologyamy.ackerman@stockton.edu
    • TopicsWhat is the MAIT program?What is the MAIT cohort program?Supervisory Certificate ProgramApplication ProcessQ & A
    • MAIT Program deals withThe improvement ofteaching, learning andperformance throughthe application oflearning theory andtechnology.
    • MAIT program focuses onDesigning instruction from theperspective of the learner ratherthan from the perspective of thecontent (the traditional educationand training approach).
    • MAIT Program servesEducators, administrators, and related personnelin P-12 schools andhigher education, as wellas those involved ininstructionaldesign, development, and training in governmentand corporate sectors.
    • MAIT Curriculum 11 courses (33 credits) 6 Core courses including Research & Capstone courses 5 Elective coursesFor example: Integrating Technology in the Classroom Web Design and Development Distance Learning in Education Critical Thinking and Technology Grant Writing
    • After the MAIT degree:Supervisory Cert CoursesTo apply for the Supervisory Certificate,Required Courses (Prerequisite: Master’s Degree) EDUC 6110: Curriculum Development & Evaluation EDUC 6120: Principles of SupervisionOptional Electives (2 courses) INTC 5160: Instructional Design INTC 5230: Supervising & Coordination Ed Tech INTC 5330: Integrating Technology in the Classroom More courses available in the MAED program
    • What is the MAIT CohortProgram? All classes are offered at a school site or viadistance education. All courses include hybrid (face-to-face and online)component with some offering total, virtualattendance. The same group of students (cohort) proceedsthrough the program together. The curriculum is customized to the specificneeds of the cohort group.
    • Benefits of MAIT Cohort Faculty/staff convenience Networking synergy among colleagues Customized Professional Development Better prepared faculty/staff, new and experienced Highly qualified teachers to meet NJCCS 8.1 standards Content & Technology integration Pedagogy Course/training design and assessment Use of local community facilities Mobilization of local human resources
    • Cohort Curriculum Same rigor as the on-campus courses Total 11 courses (33 credits) 6 core courses Instructional Technology in 21st Century Learning,Visual Communications, Learning Strategies in I.T,Instructional Design, Research, Capstone 5 elective courses Selected and customized by the cohort group Possible to provide a new course based onneeds of the cohort group
    • DurationDetermined by the cohort group Three courses per year Fall, Spring, and Late Spring 3.5 yearsOR Two courses per year Fall and Spring 5.5 years
    • Class Time Adjusted to teachers’ schedules (districtacademic calendar) rather than followingStockton schedule Right after the end of the school day 3.5 hours, once a week, 11-12 weeks Three courses during a school year
    • Instructors for Cohort Program Core courses: MAIT faculty members Electives: MAIT faculty or highly qualified adjuncts,including MAIT alumni
    • For a new MAIT Cohort If the cohort agrees, MAIT will offerEDUC 6110: Curriculum Development &Evaluation as an elective course, so that, afterreceiving a MAIT degree, you need to takeonly one more course to complete requiredNJ Supervisory Certificate courses.
    • Application Process You can start as a non-matriculated student Up to 6 credits(However, we recommend that you apply for the MAITprogram at Stockton before taking a course) Why do I need to be matriculated? Need to pay non-matriculated student fee each term($50) Cannot apply for financial aid Cannot apply for Graduate Assistantship Do not receive student ID
    • Application process (cont’d) Check the Stockton Graduate Program website. Go to http://www.stockton.edu/grad(Academics/ Graduate Programs/ ProspectiveStudents/ How to Apply) On-line application available Fill in the application form and essay Three letters of recommendation All transcripts
    • Application process (cont’d) No testing if currently hold a Master’s degree GRE or Miller Analogies Test Stockton has a computer-based testing center Make an appointment (609-652-4227 – Grad Studies) Testing days at Stocktonhttp://intraweb.stockton.edu/eyos/page.cfm?siteID=107&pageID=262 Immunization requirements State mandatory
    • New Tuition Rate for MAITOff-campus ProgramsStockton cohort pricing All inclusive tuition price:$600 per credit (No additional fees) 13 or more students in the group:$570 per credit (No additional fees)
    • Payment Options: Option 1:Pay full amount on the 1st day of class Option 2: Deferred Payment ($50.00 charge)1. 1/3 of all inclusive tuition rate + $50 due by 1st day of class2. 1/3 due 30 business days prior to the END of class3. 1/3 due 30 days AFTER the end of class.
    • What is the next step? Complete non-matriculation formhttp://stockton.edu/grad• Submit reimbursement request for school district, ifapplicable If questions, email MAIT Program Directoramy.ackerman@stockton.edu @amyMAIT
    • Any Questions? Q & AThank you for your interest in theMAIT program Stockton!http://www.facebook.com/StocktonMAIT