Lynn D'Agostino

Education School of Education
Lynn D'Agostino
978.665.3341 Office: MCK C130
Office Hours
Spring 2024

Tuesday from2:00-3:30pm
Wednesday from 11:00am-12:30pm

-Graduate Program Chair of Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL), the M.Ed. Curriculum and Teaching ACE/MV/MAVA/LOP


Ms. Lynn D’Agostino is currently an assistant professor for the University.  She has a master’s degree from Framingham State University in Teaching English as a Second Language. She is currently teaching an Introduction to Cultural Competency for Educators, Art & Science of Education, Developing Culturally Proficient Educators for a Democratic Society, Collaboration: Co-Teaching, Instruction, and Working with Families, and  Sheltered English Immersion. Lynn is also the Project Manager for the Transforming Education and Schools for English Learners (TESEL) grant.  This is a multi-year Federal grant aimed at increasing the number of ESL licensed teachers, providing ESL professional development to STEM teachers, school leaders and administrators, and to improve teacher education at Fitchburg State University. She is a former ESL teacher for the Fitchburg Public Schools and has overseen ESL teachers in Kosovo. Lynn is, actively working on her doctorate with a research focus on English Language Learners.  Lynn is also a member of MATSOL and TESOL. 

Courses Taught

Developing Culturally Proficient Educators for a Democratic Society (EDUC 1005)
Art & Science of Education (EDUC 2009)
SEI for Teachers (EDUC 3122)
Collaboration: Co-Teaching, Instruction, and Working with Families (EDUC 4550)
Sheltered English Immersion (EDUC 7096)
Developing Culturally Proficient Educators (EDUC 1005)


B.A., Connecticut College
M.Ed., Framingham State University