Education

Instructional Technology

License Only, Initial Licensure (All Levels)

Harness the power of technology for teaching and learning.

Learn how to transform learning for students, including those with disabilities, through the integration of technology into your curriculum.

Discover how to support all learners by creating digital resources that expand and enhance instruction at every grade level. Gain hands-on experience with high-tech tools and a deeper understanding of how students can use technology for learning success. 

In the today’s classrooms, technology is now fully integrated into the curriculum. As a teacher, this means you have the tools to manage data and enhance learning. Through our program, you’ll become an expert in applying current technology to achieving more results for your students.

Start by building a foundation in 21st-century teaching and learning. Investigate human development, and how new tools can bridge the achievement gap for learners with diverse needs and abilities. Learn how to design curriculum that infuses technology and new media in meaningful ways. In your capstone course, explore ways to construct learning environments where technology facilitates learning.

Translate your new skills to real classrooms. Complete 75 hours of early field experience as well as a full-time student-teaching experience in a Massachusetts school. At the end of your program, you’ll be prepared for a rewarding career in the 21st century classroom. In fact, employers in Massachusetts prefer to hire Lesley graduates, saying that they are best prepared to enter the classroom on day one. 

Program Structure

Full-time or part-time on-campus program

25 Credits
Gain Skills and Expertise
Our instructional technology program prepares you to:
$78,100
Average salary for teachers in Massachusetts according to the National Education Association.
#1
Superintendents and other hiring managers across Massachusetts prefer to hire Lesley graduates, reporting that they are best prepared to enter the classroom on day one. (Source: Radius Global Market Research)
Top Schools
Massachusetts ranks as the best state to be a teacher, with some of the highest performing schools and best salaries in the country according to US News.
Faculty Sue Cusack
Sue Cusack
Assistant professor Sue Cusack teaches in the Instructional Technology programs and is a co-director of the STEAM Learning Lab. Her passion for equity, access, and the opportunity to learn for all students is evident in her teaching and scholarship related to universal design and the inclusive use of technology. Sue seeks to empower students and educators by supporting systemic activities that foster authentic, student-centered and culturally responsive opportunities for learning.
The degree employers are looking for.
Lesley graduates go on to rewarding careers in public and private schools, charter schools, and beyond. That's because our programs are ranked #1 for preparing teachers with the skills Massachusetts employers are seeking, including:
Graduate Educational/Instructional Technology Programs

Faculty

Total approximate cost for this license-only program. Tuition and fees are for the 2018–2019 academic year.
Instructional Technology
  • Tuition
    On-Campus Tuition: $975/credit x 10
    $9,750
    Online Tuition: $650/credit x 15
    $9,750
  • Fees
    Field Experience Fee
    $500
    Registration Fees
    $180
    MAP ePortfolio Fee
    $150
    Technology Fees
    $150
    Practicum Fee
    $35
    Activity Fee
    $30
    Materials Fees
    $20
  • Total
Estimated Cost

Review all graduate tuition and fees, and what they cover.

Tuition and fees are subject to change each year, effective June 1.

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