Online Master's Degrees, Graduate Certificates, and Massachusetts Instructional Technology license. Be ahead of the Ed Tech curve!
In the 21st Century academic environment, technology is
now fully integrated into the curriculum,
providing teachers with the ability to better manage data and enhance
student learning. Our online programs offer you hands-on experience with current technologies for improved learning for all students, assessment, research, records management, and
project and professional development. Flexibility, small classes, experienced faculty—study at a
school that has been offering online classes since 1996. Licenses are for Massachusetts.
"As a result of my training, I am sought out for questions about technology at school. I feel better prepared to implement new technologies into my teaching practice."
Adjunct Professor, National Faculty
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Tuition and Fees: Doctoral
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Kennedy-Longfellow School and Lesley University are in the third year of a close partnership that offers extensive technology resources to students and teachers. It has proved transformational. Read the article »
Watch a video of a K-Lo classroom, as Lesley assistant professor Sue Cusack shows WBZ how young students have been using iPads to improve learning.
Holly Doe, who earned her MEd in Educational Technology at Lesley, was recently awarded the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. She has been a leader in robotics in her Pelham, NH, school district. Read more.