When I see the future

The Technology, Innovation, and Education (TIE) master’s program is home to creative leaders in education – among both faculty and students. Together with outstanding fellow students from around the world, you will learn how to research and design new technologies and media that deliver powerful teaching and promote engaged learning.

Technology is the Means, Not the Mission 

Everything we do in the TIE Program is grounded in teaching and learning. The first questions are always, “Who are the users, and what educational challenges are they grappling with?” We don’t start with the goal of creating a sticky website, viral app, or immersive simulation. Instead, we choose the medium or technology that delivers the most effective learning experience for our specific goal. No previous computer science or technology experience is required to join TIE, only a passion for harnessing innovation and creativity to improve educational outcomes for all learners.

Location: Highline Public Schools is committed to instruction, pedagogy, operational fortitude, blended learning and personalized learning. Highline is using blended learning apps to support its curriculum and is looking for ways to increase productivity through the use of technology. Auburn School District #408 is committed to encouraging and supporting the integration and use of technology in education.

Event target: This segment will include a Center for Digital Education market briefing on trends and opportunities in K-12. Attendees will receive an overview of the latest research that the Center has gathered in the past year through interviews, Special Reports, events and its annual Digital School Districts Survey.