Provide technology coaching, mentoring, and leadership for your school.
Earn an Instructional Technology license and become a specialist who works directly with PreK-4 students and mentors teachers and other members of your K-12 school community. You'll learn how to adopt and integrate educational technologies that will boost student learning, while discovering how digital literacy and computer science can enhance the curriculum. You'll also co-construct your education with your faculty to learn the relevant skills and expertise to help all students succeed.
You'll explore the power of digital media in the classroom; "making," or learning through doing; robotics; and computer science. You'll learn to assess student learning, and exploring different models and strategies that foster a culture of inclusive learning opportunities. Inspire collaboration and participation in professional learning communities, and support culturally responsive practices in a 21st-Century digital context. And you'll end your program with an immersive student teaching experience, where you can put theory into practice.
Come study with dedicated faculty at the place that educates more teachers than any other place in New England. You'll benefit from the reputation of a school with exceptional programs in Massachusetts, where school principals prefer to hire Lesley graduates and believe they're the most prepared for the classroom. (Source: Radius Global Market Research, 2017)