Instructional Technology Coordinator Certification
Coursework and experience must satisfy the Wisconsin Department of Instruction’s Instructional Technology Coordinator Content Standards and the Administrator Content Standards (PI-34.03). Specific requirements for each individual are determined by construction of a learning plan as outlined below. Program elements include completion of a professional portfolio, practicum experience, and coursework as determined by the learning plan.
The following are designed to cover required areas of the Instructional Technology Coordinator and Administrator Content Standards and are required of all candidates. Waivers to some courses may be issued for individuals who hold Instructional Technology Coordinator or related positions based upon assessment of knowledge, skills, and experience. CED 551 is required of all individuals seeking Instructional Technology Coordinator licensure and is an opportunity for self-assessment and gap analysis. It results in the construction of a learning plan which identifies areas of strength and those which may need to be strengthened through coursework.
CED 551 Introduction to Technology Leadership (1 cr.)
CED 597 Creating a Technology Leadership Portfolio (2 cr.)
CED 554 School Business and Technology (3 cr.)
CED 555 School Law and Technology (3 cr.)
CEDO 565 Technology Leadership and Planning (3 cr.)
CED 599 Field Experience (3 cr.)
Note: All of the Instructional Technology Coordinator program courses are offered in a blended online format, meaning that there are two face-to-face meetings (one at the beginning of the course and one at the end), with all online work in between the two meetings.
Other Program Courses
Other courses offered through the department may be chosen, with advisor consultation, in order to help complete technology standards requirements.