Throughout your Education program, Lesley faculty, the Education Division Director, the Director of the Field Placement Office, and your Academic Advisor will be available to support you as you prepare for the MTELs.
In order to be eligible for Senior Student Teaching, students must pass ALL portions of the Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure (MTEL) required for their licensure program.
In order to be eligible for Junior Early Childhood Education Student Teaching, students must pass both the Reading and Writing sections of the Communications and Literacy MTEL.
Lesley University maintains a Certification Office website to provide comprehensive resources and MTEL information, including MTEL preparation workshops at no cost. If you have any questions, please contact:Cheryl Haberman, DirectorCollege of Liberal Arts and Sciences Education Division Field Placement Officehaberman@lesley.eduNote: A video is available on the MTEL website that provides a general overview of test preparation and test-taking strategies, and describes how to use the MTEL study resources provided on the MTEL website.
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