Some opinions, please. I was a member of this forum once upon a time, have not been back here for years. In a nutshell, I've been teaching ESL for the last 15+ years. The last 5 have been spent teaching in a public middle school in the EPIK Program in Korea. I finished an MS Ed in Online Teaching and Learning years ago from Cal State Hayward, but never worked in the field. Although I do have a couple of Adobe ACE Certifications in Flash and Captivate. I have an interest, but no experience in the field of Education Technology. Coming to the end of 10 years straight of Korea and 5 years of public school, I find myself completely and totally burnt out on ESL. I am considering doing something I considered years ago and did not do. Work on an EdS in Education Technology at Mizzo-Columbia. I'm hoping to find a position when I come back to the USA in the field. I don't have a teaching license, just experience. My question, is am I wasting my time and money doing this? I'm taking one class on their "fast track" program. Into to Ed Tech. Not a bad class, and I'm finding out most of what I learned at Cal State is WAY out of date. That's why I'm hoping an EdS will help me find something in a bad economy. Can anyone give me an opinion? Having been out of the USA for years, I can't say I know the market too well. BTW, I'm 52 at the moment. Thanks.