Is a Digital Learning Career Path Right for You?
Technology is a native language for many of our students. By helping teachers facilitate the use of technology in the classroom, instructional technologists, technology coordinators, curriculum designers, and instructional technology coaches have a major impact on student learning - no matter what you call them.
Let’s take a closer look at two popular digital learning career paths that could be a logical next step in your journey as an educator.
In this article you’ll learn:
- The different responsibilities between instructional technologist and Curriculum Designer
- The education, experience, and skill-set required for either role
- Tips you can take today to pursue a digital learning career path