Child and Youth Studies: Technology and Youth
Learn to create meaningful technology-based learning experiences for youth. The Technology and Youth specialization prepares you to effectively design, develop and implement educational programming for children, families and communities in formal, informal and social settings.
Develop the skills to create learning experiences that span the multiple, often technology-mediated, contexts in which people interact, learn and work.
Put what you learn in the classroom into practices as you learn it.
Service learning embedded into program. You’ll engage with the local community to educate youth in a non-school environment.
Curriculum teaches you essential elements of youth development, learning technologies, design-based research, designing successful youth programs and working with community partners.
- Technology, Education, and Communities
- Technological Interventions in Education and Communities
- Psychological Perspectives on Education
- Introduction to Developing Educational Websites and Videography
science and technology centers, zoos, and other public educational organizations
family and community support centers
through a post-baccalaureate or graduate-level teacher licensure programs