Summer Session 2016
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The Lynch School of Education offers courses across two summer sessions this year, each one packed with learning opportunities for novice and experienced professionals in education and applied psychology. Offerings, which begin May 16 and extend through August 4, include one-credit and non-credit professional development short courses such as Contemporary Student Activism and Campus Responses to College Student Mental Illness. The Lynch School also offers one-credit, online courses that enable teachers to tailor instruction and assessment to the needs of diverse learners (Universal Design for Learning and Linguistically Responsive Teaching) and courses that apply to our degree programs and to certificates and specializations in Child and Family Mental Health, Positive Youth Development, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Institutional Research, and Assessment Literacy and Data Use for Educators.
To learn about applying as a non-degree student, or if you are cooperating teacher and are eligible for tuition remission, click here. For further information, please call Graduate Student Services at 617-552-4214.