Developer Track students are expected to join an existing project group OR start a new project.  Project work is at the center of several courses, and frames and informs coursework in many others, so joining or creating a project should be done early in your program, generally within the first couple semesters.  You may earn up to 9 credits for project work under EDT 650, with permission from your advisor.

See Institute for Innovation in Education for examples of some current projects.

If you have a current project or an idea for a project, and would like to bring it to an upcoming IIE Gathering submit it to



Ed Tech students at UM-Flint have the opportunity to work with exciting partner organizations worldwide, including:



Past students have worked with organizations like the Parks and Museum of Cozumel, the Fair Labor Association, the Laogai Research Foundation, the International Baccalaureate Organization, the World Federation of United Nations Organizations, the International Labor Organization, and dozens of schools around the globe.