Discovery Education Wilkes University MS Degree in Instructional Media


To advance a new generation of education technology leaders, Discovery Education, renowned for its quality content and digital media services in over half of all US schools, and Wilkes University, a leader in graduate education, have teamed up to create the online Master of Science degree in Instructional Media.

To thrive in the 21st century classroom, successful educators are embracing a new approach to teacher instruction. New tools. New technologies. A new appreciation for digital media. From Web 2.0 to digital storytelling, to virtual field trips, the 21st century classroom has the power to engage and inspire today’s tech savvy students. This degree provides teachers the tools, knowledge and strategies to be successful 21st century educators.


Learn about the program from our amazing course designers, check out student projects, and more at our brand new website:


Every Tuesday educators enrolled in the Discovery Education Wilkes University Instructional Media Program get together to share ideas.  Join them on February 16, 2010 as they have Daniel Pink, author of Drive and A Whole New Mind, dropping by for an hour-long discussion.  All the details can be found here.





An hour with Dan Pink

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  1. aunttammie said:

    I’m taking my first class at Wilkes, but hadn’t heard anything about this. Sounds great!

  2. Amberlea said:

    I am currently taking my third class in the program and am very happy with it. The material is cutting edge and challenging. Even though the classes are online, I interact in some way with the other students for nearly every assignment. I value every class simply for introducing me to new tools that I can use in my classroom. I look forward to continuing my education at Wilkes University.

  3. Jeanne Brown said:

    I had the opportunity to hear Daniel Pink speak at a conference last year. His message was well received and thought provoking. I would recommend his book A Whole New Mind.

  4. Norma Gomez said:

    I found this when searching for a technology program that would assist me in the classroom. I have a masters degree in Wilke’s Classroom Technology program, but have learned much more meaningful uses of technology with this program. I really like it…

  5. Cindy said:

    The MS Degree in Instructional Media is an amazing program. The tools, resources and leading edge information is so important in changing education. It is up to the teachers to make the changes to our out-dated US Educational system. This is the program to make healthy changes for the better of society.

  6. Cary Harrod said:

    Having used Daniel Pink’s book, “A Whole New Mind” for one of my courses, I am looking forward to attending this presentation by Pink. I think the book is brilliant and beautifully lays out a rationale for changing the way in which we educate students in the 21st Century. As a right brained person who simply did not get school, I look forward to creating an educational system that considers every type of learner. See you at the presentation!

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