Education

Educational Technology (All Levels): Initial Teacher License in Instructional Technology

Master of Education (M.Ed.), on-campus graduate program

Cultivate creative, confident problem-solvers.

Discover high-tech tools and methods for transforming the academic experience at every grade level. Hone in on real-world applications of technology, as well as cutting-edge research that reveals the ways students actually learn. With this program, you’ll gain hands-on classroom experience and a deeper understanding of how students engage with technology.

In today’s classrooms, technology is fully integrated into the curriculum. This means that as a teacher, you have the tools to assess data and enhance learning. Through our largely online program, you’ll become an expert in applying current technology to achieve 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.

Program Structure

Full-time or part-time program. Most courses take place online; practicum takes place in a MA school

36 credits
Outcomes
Our instructional technology program prepares you to:
teacher showing young students how to use computer and blocks

Student Teaching

Student teaching, a requirement of all initial licensure programs, is an opportunity to apply new skills to an active classroom environment and receive feedback from your supervising teachers and faculty. All placements are in an appropriate Massachusetts school, and are set up through our field placement office.

Susan Patterson
Susan joined the Lesley faculty in 2010. Having been described as an "unapologetic evangelical for the cause of technology in schools," her focus remains on working with classroom teachers on appropriate technology integration. Susan started her professional career as a middle and high school teacher of history and economics. She lived and worked abroad for 10 years in Israel, the Netherlands, and the Czech Republic.
Where Graduates Work
Lesley students go on to rewarding careers in a range of settings throughout Massachusetts and New England, including:

Faculty

Program Cost Description
Total approximate cost for this master's degree program.
Educational Technology (All Levels): Initial Teacher License in Instructional Technology
  • Tuition
    Online Tuition $625/credit x 30
    $18,750
    On-Campus Tuition $975/credit x 6
    $5,850
  • Fees
    Field Experience Fee
    $500
    Technology Fee
    $300
    Registration Fee
    $240
    MAP ePortfolio Fee
    $150
    Degree Completion Fee
    $75
    Practicum Fee
    $35
    Materials Fee
    $10
  • Total
Estimated Cost

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Total approximate cost for this master's degree program. Tuition and fees are for the 2017-2018 academic year.
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