Department of Instructional Technology

Graduate programs offered by the Department of Instructional Technology are fully accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and meet the Georgia Professional Standards Commission Program (GaPSC) standards.
 
The Department of Instructional Technology is located on the second floor of Kennesaw Hall in the Bagwell College of Education. The departmental office is located in KH 2117.

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  • Dr. Stacy Wegrzyn, one of our former doctoral students, just published an article derived from her dissertation in ISTE's Journal of Technology and Education! Congratulations, Stacy!
  • Hoke Wilcox named as the next Chair of the Georgia Educational Technology Conference.
  • An Instructional Technology doctoral student, Daniel Gagnon, has been appointed the Graduate Student Member-at-Large for GERA (Georgia Educational Research Association).
  • Dr. Jo Williamson has been selected by ISTE to serve as the Program Chair for ISTE 2014 in Atlanta.
  • Dr. Anissa Vega has been awarded a BCOE Global Learning Award, which will allow her conduct research in Oslo, Norway this May. During her visit she will be visiting several K-12 schools to collect data for her research project titled "Curriculum for the Knowledge Economy:  Comparing the GPS and CCSS to Norway's National Curriculum."
  • Dr. Traci Redish was selected by ISTE to serve as the ISTE representative on the NCATE SASB Board.
  • Dr. Doug Hearrington has been elected to serve as Program Co-Chair of the Technology as an Agent of Change in Teaching and Learning SIG for 2012-2013 for AERA.
  • The Department of Instructional Technology is pleased to announce the offering of the Master's Degree in Instructional Technology ONLINE in Spring 2012 (January).
  • Dr. Jo Williamson and Dr. Traci Redish receive the 2011 KSU Bagwell College of Education Foundation Prize for Publication for their book entitled, ISTE's Technology Facilitation and Leadership Standards: What Every K-12 Leader Should Know and Be Able to Do.
  • The Department of Instructional Technology hires a new assistant professor effective August 1, 2011, Dr. Anissa Vega.
  • Dr. Jo Williamson, Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology,  has been selected as one of ISTE's top fifteen “Best of the Best” workshop presenters from ISTE 2010 national conference held in Denver, CO.
  • The Department of Instructional Technology launches its inaugural cohort for the Master's Degree in Instructional Technology - Fall 2010.
  • The Bagwell College of Education launches a new Department of Instructional Technology on August 9, 2010.