Forming a cohort is easy. Talk to the people that you know. Talk to people on your professional social media sites. See if your employer may know other co-workers who would like to participate. Then contact us and we will be happy to lend assistance through information, literature or even a site visit.
Any of the faculty in the IT department can help you set up a cohort. Listed below are the names of faculty with experience in working with cohorts:
Dr. Bill Sugar - experience with MS certificate and degree cohorts
Come join a Master of Science in Instructional Technology cohort. Starting in Summer 2015 or Fall 2015, the Department of Mathematics, Science, and Instructional Technology is starting a cohort for its Master of Science (MS) in Instructional Technology degree. If you are interested in obtaining a graduate degree in Instructional Technology, consider joining this cohort in either the summer or fall. You will take the same courses (two) as other cohort students each semester. These courses are taught by nationally recognized and award winning faculty. Recent graduates are now Director of Distance Learning at a community college, a Learning Technology Specialist in a corporate training setting, an instructional design at a university. If you are interested in becoming an instructional designer/technologist, consider joining this cohort and obtain a MS in Instructional Technology from East Carolina University (Go Pirates!). For more information in forming a MS in Instructional Technology contact Dr. Bill Sugar email@example.com or Dr. Ron Preston firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone 252 328-9355.
The Department of Mathematics, Science, and Instructional Technology offers you a unique opportunity to earn a Master of Education in Instructional Technology (MAEd IT) as one of 18 to 20 other educators seeking 077 licensure and 18079 special endorsement. MAEd IT cohorts complete their required courses in two years (5 semesters) while enrolled in two courses per semester. You have the advantage of a personalized learning experience supported by knowledgeable faculty advisors and mentors. You will complete a carefully planned sequence of courses specifically for the cohort members. Other benefits of the MAEd IT cohort include the opportunity to sharpen instructional expertise, deepen knowledge of instructional technologies, and become a technology teacher leader, all the while developing sustained professional relationships with other cohort members. Our graduates are selected for positions as Instructional Technology Facilitator or Coordinator, Digital Teaching and Learning Coach, Professional Development Coordinator, and Technology-Teacher Leader. For more information in forming a MAEd IT Cohort contact Dr. Carol Brown email@example.com or Dr. Ron Preston firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone 252 328-9355.