Instructional Technology

Everyone learns at a different pace. Meeting the needs of the individual in a group educational setting can be challenging. Those trained in instructional technology are tasked with differentiating the curriculum as needed in order to assist individual students with the learning process.

Instructional technology involves researching and implementing new technology and learning methodologies into the regular classroom environment in order to help students who learn differently. Instructional technology coaches will find solutions and then work with a classroom teacher to implement them.

Those who work for a college or university also may find themselves responsible for researching and implementing online courses designed to appeal to a broad spectrum of students.

Candidates who wish to work in instructional technology careers will be required to earn a degree from an accredited college or university. A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in instructional technology is required for most jobs in the industry.

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