A list of expected outcomes for program graduates.
At Lesley, our programs are designed so that our graduates will be well prepared for the classroom. To that end, we have developed a system to track student progress. Key assignments are identified in each course, which address competencies that link to state and professional standards. These assignments are used by faculty to give students actionable feedback on their progress. The graduate of a Lesley Educational/Instructional Technology program will:
All PreK-12 Programs
Initial Licensure Programs
Professional Licensure and Non-Licensure Programs
School-Based Teacher Residency Programs
Center for Mathematics Achievement
Center for Reading Recovery and Literacy Collaborative
Center for Special Education
Field Placement/Student Teaching
New Teacher Community
Graduate School of Education
About the School
Alumni in the News
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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.