Graduate Credit

New York Institute of Technology Graduate Credit Option for Elements Courses


The option to earn 3 graduate credits at a reduced rate of $355 from NYIT is available for taking any three of  Elements Course Options. Upon submitting certificates of completion for three Elements courses, teachers who elect graduate credit will be entered into EDIT 701 Contemporary Strategies for Technology Integration in Curriculum. 

EDIT 701: Contemporary Strategies for Technology Integration in Curriculum
Candidates explore essentials of technology integration, curriculum enhancement using backward design, differentiated instruction and authentic inquiry. Using the Intel® Teach Essentials Course materials, candidates learn how, when, and where to incorporate technology tools and resources into current curriculum with the goal of developing their students’ higher-order thinking skills. Candidates develop new ways to create assessment tools and align lesson plans with state and national standards. This course incorporates hands-on use of the Internet, Web page design, and multimedia software.

Graduate Student Responsibilities
Complete and submit the Express Application for Non-matriculated students with the Tuition fee $355 payable NYIT. For credit card use the Office of the Bursar Credit Card Authorization Form.

Create an NYIT Connect account using NYIT ID number assigned which will be mailed to you by NYIT.
(If you do not receive this please contact the Teacher Center that hosted the course.)

Create a Login following instruction on login to NYIT Connect BlackBoard.

Complete the additional work beyond the 40-hour Intel® course to comply with the Carnegie Unit requirements for graduate credit.

Complete all requirements for each 3-credit course

Final Project comprised on a comprehensive, fully completed individual unit plan. In order to earn the graduate credit the unit plan needs to be completed as an individual assignment.

Personal Reflection of implementation plans.

Peer Review of other projects

Submit requirements to Blackboard in the appropriate course section.

Follow all directions and deadlines provided by NYIT faculty instructor.

Communicate any questions or requests for clarification to NYIT faculty instructor.


Graduate Student Registration Forms
Non-Matriculated Form


http://www.nyit.edu/images/uploads/campus_life/nonmatriculated.pdf  

Credit Card Authorization Form
http://www.nyit.edu/images/uploads/featuredcontent/credit-card-authorization.pdf

Send completed forms with payment to:
Dr. Sarah McPherson
New York Institute of Technology
Northern Blvd
Wisser Library #334
Old Westbury, NY  11568

or Fax to: 516-686-7655

For additional Information about the graduate credit option,
to request a course, or to register for graduate credits, please contact:

NYIT Department of Instructional Technology
Phone: (516) 686-7777





Graduate Credit for Legacy Courses
Students wishing to receive graduate credit for Essentials will be entered into:
EDIT 701: Contemporary Strategies for Technology Integration in Curriculum
Candidates explore essentials of technology integration, curriculum enhancement using backward design, differentiated instruction and authentic inquiry. Using the Intel® Teach Essentials Course materials, candidates learn how, when, and where to incorporate technology tools and resources into current curriculum with the goal of developing their students’ higher-order thinking skills. Candidates develop new ways to create assessment tools and align lesson plans with state and national standards. This course incorporates hands-on use of the Internet, Web page design, and multimedia software.
Note: This course is designed for intermediate computer users with the ability to create and manage files, navigate the Internet, use word processing software and e-mail. Tuition: $355


Students wishing to receive graduate credit for Thinking with Technology will be entered into:
EDIT 702: Critical Thinking and Communicating with Technology
Candidates explore higher order thinking skills using technology integrated into the curriculum. Using the Intel® Teach Thinking with Technology Course materials candidates design instruction to manage, explore, and communicate complex and interconnected issues. Candidates learn to use technology tools for setting priorities, comparing and contrasting factors, investigating cause-and-effect relationships, and building well-structured arguments to support position on issues. Candidates develop project-based learning strategies aligned to curriculum standards for student inquiry, communication and collaboration using online tools.
Note: This course is designed for intermediate computer users with the ability to create and manage files, navigate the Internet, use word processing software and e-mail. Tuition: $355

 


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