Lasell's M.Ed. in Curriculum, Leadership, and Inclusion (grades Pre K - 8) provides the foundation and professional qualifications needed to lead a dynamic, inclusive, and engaging classroom and to provide coaching and leadership support to teachers in the field.
Gain professional qualifications to begin or enhance your career as an elementary-level educator
Students in the Master of Education in Curriculum, Leadership, and Inclusion program will:
An in-depth, flexible format
A community of learners
Our faculty is made up of experts in elementary education who are well versed in current trends and practices, engaged in meaningful research and publication, and present regularly at conferences. Lasell professors are invested in forging real relationships and consistently go the extra mile to counsel and mentor their students.
Valuable professional experiences
Put your learning into practice through an immersive practicum: a research project that provides students the opportunity to design and execute an in-depth study on a topic of interest that can be applied to your role in schools as a teacher, coach, specialist or school and district leader. This unparalleled opportunity will help to prepare you to be a change agent in the classroom and a leader in the field of education.
Whether you're thinking of beginning a career as an elementary educator or are already working in a classroom or school and hope to become a school or district leader, Lasell's Master of Education in Curriculum, Leadership, and Inclusion program will provide rich professional experience and leadership preparation to position you to effect real change in the lives of of all students.
|COURSE CODE||COURSE TITLE||CREDITS|
|ED711||Curriculum & Assessment Diverse Learners||3|
|ED712||Literacy Instruction: Elementary||3|
|ED713||Reading Supports for Elementary Learners||3|
|ED771||Understanding/Using Educational Research||3|
|ED772||Teacher as Researcher||3|
|ED773||Teacher as Leader||3|
|SPED711||Learners with Special Needs||3|
|SPED712||Curriculum & Resources in SPED||3|
|SPED722||Policy, Law, & Disability||3|
Two Electives: 6 credits
Students may take any courses offered at the graduate level to fulfill their elective credits
|FALL MAIN: 9/9 - 12/20|
|ED771||Understanding/Using Educational Research (Prereq: Instructor Permission from Ms. Elizabeth Hartmann)||Hybrid||Fournier, Richard|
|ED796||Practicum: Elementary (Prereq: Instructor Permission from Ms. Elizabeth Hartmann)||Hybrid||Madonna, Jennifer|
|SPED795||Practicum: Moderate Disabilities PK - 8 (Prereq: Instructor Permission from Ms. Elizabeth Hartmann)||Hybrid||Madonna, Jennifer|
|FALL 1: 9/9 - 10/29|
|ED713||Reading Supports for Elementary (Prereq: ED712 Lecture Min Grade: B- Min Credits: 3.00 Or ED712 Lecture Min Grade: T Min Credits: 3.00)
|ED720||Mathematics Concepts & Curriculum||Hybrid||Chandler, Tammi|
|SPED711||Learners with Special Needs||Hybrid||Rinaldi, Claudia|
|FALL 2: 10/30-12/18|
|ED712||Literacy Instruction: Elementary||Hybrid||Maynard, Amy|
|ED761||Sheltered English Immersion (Prereq: ED713 Lecture Min Grade: B- Min Credits: 3.00 Or Instructor Permission from Ms. Elizabeth Hartmann)||Hybrid||Madonna, Jennifer|
|ED773||Teacher as Leader (Prereq: Instructor Permission from Ms. Elizabeth Hartmann)||Hybrid||Maniace, Deborah|
Candidates seeking admission to Lasell University's M.Ed. graduate degree programs must hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution and demonstrate through academic background and/or work experience the ability to succeed in graduate studies. GRE/GMAT scores are not required.
Lasell's M.Ed. graduate degree programs are only offered part-time to domestic students.
*Recommended minimum GPA of 2.75 in undergraduate coursework. You may complete up to 6 credits as a non-matriculated student while you work toward these requirements, but will not be allowed to register for more than 6 credits.
Materials should be addressed to:
The Office of Graduate Enrollment
1844 Commonwealth Ave.
Newton, MA 02466
You must complete a course in child or human development by the completion of 18 credits in the M.Ed. program.
Graduate Networking Social
Wednesday, October 9th @ 6:30 p.m.