Teaching and Learning with Technology

Level: Masters
Language: English

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Worthless degrees shady financial aid
May 27, 2012
Don't waste your at this school. Financial aid office is a bunch of con artist and liars. They kept promising my financial aid would be processed 6-8 weeks and then 8-12 weeks. Finally, they said there was some type of "glitch" with department of education which was a total lie. I spoke with doe and they said Ashford was dragging their feet not sending appropriate documentation. All the while they have you taking classes and ...

Very Satisfied!
July 15, 2011
I am 1/3 through my Masters Degree and find the instructors and curriculum challenging! The curriculum is relative and the classroom website is very user friendly! I researched many colleges before starting my Masters program and am very satisfied with Ashfords professionalism, student support, and decision to attend! I would recommend this University to anyone wanting to complete an online degree!!

no challenge, no instructors
November 17, 2010
I graduated with their Masters in Teaching and Learning with Technology and to tell you the truth its not worth much. I understand that online instruction is supposed to be more self learning than anything else, but D#*M. Most of the time you couldn't find any one to help with problems. The most used phrase in the instructors use is "you'll have to contact your student adviser about that", when they answer you at all. ...

MA Teaching & Learning with Technology
October 25, 2010
I completed my Masters degree with little trouble. The information I learned was valuable and helpful in my field of education. Online learning takes dedication and perseverance (you have got to want to learn the material). There is no babysitter to make sure you learn the material, being proactive is definetly a requirement. I would use the material as I learned it to support my own comprehension and understanding in my field of study. Like ...

Graduating in 6 weeks
June 23, 2010
I began this supposedly asynchronous program a year ago, and to date, I have not seen the value for my money. In the beginning, I put forth maximum effort and received high grades. As time went on, I put forth little effort and received high grades. I'm in classes with people who cannot grasp the basic concepts of grammar, yet they are making straight A's. I do not understand that. I am a teacher, and ...

False Advertising
January 26, 2010
I am very disappointed with Ashford. I was sold an online program that was supposed to be asynchronous-students working on their own. Everything was fine for my first 5 classes. Then, the 6th class suddenly has team/group work and projects every week! It was very unorganized, the teacher wasn't ready, was not responding to emails or posts and nobody knew what to do. We organized ourselves, worked into the wee hours of the morning to ...

A Big Disappointment
September 8, 2009
The admissions representative gives a RaRaRa! speech and is available all the time. Once you start classes, all staff disappears. Be aware that you cannot take off in between classes - not even a week. The advisor will tell you that you can, but the school automatically enrolls you in the next class. I was told that I would be able to take my pre-planned and paid-for vacation after my 1st class was over. WRONG! ...

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Sept. 20, 2010, 5:30 p.m.
-1 vote/
I was in the online Master of the Arts in Education program at USC. I left because the costs of the student loans at 43k for a one year program just seemed way too high.

I've been looking in to Ashford's program, and all the negative reviews I've read so far are making me want to steer clear of them. Can anyone recommend a good quality online program that would be more reasonable than the cost at USC? 

I may have to just go back to my State college to get my Master's after all.
Feb. 26, 2010, 3:43 p.m.
+1 vote/
I have had an excellent exerience with Ashford. I am in my last class and my advisors have been great. They always get back to me quickly with answers to my questions.Because Ashford is a fast pace online College, there will not be any vacations. We did have a few days off over Christmas but I personally would not want anymore than that. My goal was to get done, not take breaks. 

For Eileen, Bachelors courses are 5 weeks and Masters are 6 weeks long.
Oct. 14, 2009, 11:44 p.m.
0 votes/
I have taken time off in between classes several times in my time at Ashford. I am not sure what the issue was with wogaman as the classes are actually 5 weeks not 6 weeks...I have been enrolled since 8/08 and have never had to to be removed from a class due to Blackboard. They have had a few planned outages and a couple of unplanned, but they only last a few hours. I do find that you need to be a self starter to succeed with online classes. Additional help from instructors has been somewhat lacking.
April 1, 2009, 12:57 a.m.
0 votes/
I am looking for an online MA program. MA in Teaching and Learning with Technology – looks interesting to me. I think that I have read most of all the pros and cons but I still have a few questions. I also read an anonymous posting of October 23, 2008 from one of the current graduate student.  I wish  I could ask him or her more questions. If anyone is willing to help, please email me directly at change200903@yahoo.com
March 11, 2008, 4:56 p.m.
0 votes/
I took 2 classes from this university and was removed from both after 6 weeks(in each)for a problem with THEIR blackboard system. Now, 3 weeks later, I still am left hanging in terms of earning credit. My card was charged however. I'm not sure that I trust them anymore. I'll probably need a lawyer.

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