Expand your expertise in elementary education.
Experienced educators can explore current issues in Elementary Education with this program that you cantake for Professional licensure in Massachusetts or as a non-licensure program. In-depth courses focus on:
The program includes curriculum and instruction courses, content areas courses in literacy, science, mathematics, special education, or technology, and specialization courses in ELL, math, and literacy.
*Program may also be taken face to face on our Cambridge campus. For more information on this option, email LUAdmissions@lesley.edu.
This course will examine the goals, assumptions, and strategies of multicultural and special education and prepare teachers to effectively apply theories of equity to classroom practice. Through a variety of cognitive and affective approaches, students will identify and analyze the cultural and structural factors that have led to unequal academic outcomes for diverse learners within the socio-political and historical context of the United States.
Vivian Dalila Carlo
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Program Cost: Online
Expected Program Outcomes: Elementary
Expected Program Outcomes: Elementary and Creative Arts
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