Master of Education (M.Ed.)

The M.Ed. program we offer that focuses on Educational Technology is designed for educators, learning support, and administrators, at the K12 or postsecondary level, who wish to develop their competencies to integrate technology to enhance and transform teaching and learning. There will be an emphasis on developing literacies with digital, networked, and open technologies as we explore the major shifts in education such as personalization, connectedness, openness, assessment, and access. These educators will be able to provide leadership in the transformations toward more open inquiry-based learning and diverse classroom modalities, such as blended, online, open, and multi-access. Our graduates will develop personal learning networks to carry with them into their professional practice as we make use of video conferencing, social media, and collaborative apps to support innovative projects.

View further information for the MEd on the Math, Science, Social Studies, and Educational Technology page on the Curriculum and Instruction Department website and in the UVic Calendar.

Program Modality

Our MEd cohort is offered in such a way that you can complete the entire program online. Some courses are offered in multi-access format, which means learners can choose to be in the video conference-enabled classroom or to come in via video synchronously, while others are offered entirely online (with a mix of synchronous and asynchronous communication).

Sample Program Offering

EDCI 568 Discourse on Social Media for Connected and Personalized Learning
EDCI 570/1 Research in Curriculum and Instruction
EDCI 515 E-Research: Harnessing and Understanding Technology in Research
EDCI 569 The Distributed, Blended, and Open Classroom
EDCI 532 Emerging Trends & Topics in Curriculum Studies
EDCI 565 Research & Practice of Learning Design
EDCI 572 Development and Implementation of the Curriculum
EDCI 598A Project Proposal and Literature Review
EDCI 598B Project
EDCI 597 Project Dissemination


Program Contact

Graduate Advisor

Graduate Secretary

Department Of Curriculum and Instruction
Faculty of Education