Learn how to teach literacy for all students, including English language learners, with the M.Ed. in Language and Literacy from Lesley University. Our program helps you integrate reading and writing in the classroom, integrate technology to enhance multiple literacies, and use authentic literature to match readers and text. And you’ll study in a convenient, fully online environment with experienced faculty and engaged peers.Request My Info Packet
- Maintain your current work and personal schedule by studying online.
- Benefit from one-on-one academic advising.
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Program of Study
|EEDUC 6164 Perspectives on Literacy, Learning and Teaching
|EECLD 6001 Culturally Responsive Teaching
|EECLD 6002 Essential Linguistics: What Every Teacher Needs to Know about Language
|EEDUC 6059 Literature and Learning in the K-8 Classroom
|EEDUC 6001 The Teaching of Writing (K-12)
|EEDUC 6101 Content Literacy
|EEDUC 6156 Assessment for the Classroom Teacher of Literacy
|EECLD 6010 Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages: Content Areas
|EEDUC 6136 Struggling Readers and Writers
|EECLD 6008 Teaching Reading and Writing for Speakers of Other Languages and Dialects||3|
|EEDUC 7130 Professional Development: New Role for the Classroom Teacher of Literacy||3|
Valerie Harlow Shinas
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Tuition is $625 per credit hour.
- A completed application
- Official transcripts
- A personal statement
- Two letters of recommendation
We’ll help you get started by gathering your transcripts for you — and we’ll even pay any fees to get copies for you.
Completion of the Language and Literacy Online Master’s Degree program will not provide an endorsement or teaching license through Lesley University. It is your responsibility to understand and comply with the licensure requirements for the state in which you seek to be licensed.
If you currently hold a Massachusetts initial teaching license, you may be able to identify 12 credits within this program in the content or subject matter knowledge of your license to apply for a professional teaching license after the conferral of your Master’s degree. It is your responsibility to review the content or subject matter knowledge of your license(s). For additional information, please visit our Certification Office’s website.
If you are interested in becoming a teacher and pursuing Massachusetts initial licensure, please contact our Office of Graduate Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org.