May be taken as a non-licensure program or for Professional license in Massachusetts.
Experienced educators can explore current issues in Elementary Education with this Master of Education program that you may take for Professional licensure in MA 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, MA, 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.
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Expected Program Outcomes: Elementary
Expected Program Outcomes: Elementary and Creative Arts
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