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Communication, Computing, and Technology in Education

Communication, Computing, and Technology in Education (CCTE) provides a cluster of degree programs for students who seek to develop leadership capacities in the use of information and communication technologies in education and society. The program applies to all subject areas and serves students, staff, and faculty members who share a commitment as educators to use digital technologies to improve education at all levels. Work through CCTE should move simultaneously toward two poles of understanding and practice: toward a comprehensive understanding of the cultural and historical implications of new technologies for education and life, and toward purposefully selecting and shaping the uses of new media in educational practice at all levels and subject areas.


Technology Specialist K-12
Technology is changing every aspect of our world, but schools are still discovering creative uses of technology that engage students in authentic learning projects. This New York State certification program explores exciting uses of technology that change the way we think about traditional educational practices.  Read more →


Computing in Education – Online
Teachers College offers a fully online intensive version of its M.A. Program in Computing in Education. The Online M.A. focuses on the subset of students in the Computing in Education program who teach in K-12 schools or who have an interest in working with technology in schools. All courses needed to complete the degree are  Read more →


MST Department
Mathematics, Science, and Technology programs focus on issues of educational practice and related professions in mathematics, science, technology, and cognate human sciences, including the relationships among these disciplines. Our modern world has 
been transformed by the achievements in pure and applied disciplines grounded in mathematics, science and technology. Current reforms in education place increasing significance  Read more →