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Dr. Pascale is an educator, researcher, and artist, and directs the Integrated Teaching Through the Arts programs.
Dr. Gould is a practitioner-scholar and director of the PhD in Educational Leadership program at Lesley.
Dr. Shinas's research is grounded in her deep interest in digital literacies and multimodality.
To see if one of our MEd, CAGS, PhD, MFA, certificate, or licensure programs is in your future, come to one of our monthly information sessions on our Cambridge campus. Check out dates and times in July, and RSVP today!
Come to one of our MA or ME information sessions this summer to find out about off-campus programs near you. With eight-week courses that meet one weekend a month, these programs offer flexibility and convenience. Take the first step toward your Master's degree!
We have many education courses and institutes this summer, in the arts, teaching and learning, special education, math, technology, literacy, and science. Explore!