Currently, the department offers several courses in instructional technology and educational psychology in support of a wide variety of degree programs on campus.
The department is proud to offer two undergraduate instructional technology courses, which are designed to grow students’ competencies in using technology in a variety of educational and clinical environments. Instructional technology faculty are committed to working closely with students. Courses are offered in a variety of delivery formats and are designed using student-centered pedagogies.
The best way to learn about when a course is taught, how the course is taught (online versus blended delivery formats), and by whom, visit the most recent or upcoming version of the Schedule of Classes (also called the Course Bulletin).
Educational Psychology faculty provides instruction for undergraduate and graduate programs in the College of Education. They offer face-to-face and online classes in the areas of human development across the lifespan, theories of learning and teaching, educational assessment and research, and application of psychological principles in a variety of educational settings and contexts. These classes serve the needs of different programs, including teacher education, counselor education, educational technology, school library and media.
Visit the Educational Psychology page for more information about courses and faculty.