Degree: Ed.M., Harvard University, (1998)
Office: Longfellow 329
Faculty Assistant: Judith Wasserman
Barbara Treacy is a nationally recognized leader in online and blended learning who works with states, districts, colleges and universities, and other educational organizations to enable them to build successful online and blended programs for educators and students. Example current projects include consulting to the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation to develop blended curriculum and capacity-building facilitator training for the national Leadership in Blended Learning Program, and consulting to the NYC Leadership Academy to develop a blended model for their year-long principal residency program. She is the chair of the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education's Digital Learning Advisory Council and she is a member of the MIT Online Education Policy Initiative committee and the Project Tomorrow Advisory Board. Treacy is the former director of EdTech Leaders Online, Education Development Center's award-winning capacity-building online learning program for educators which she led for 15 years, providing online courses, online instructor and course developer training, and implementation consulting for online programs for educators and students in more than 30 states. She also directed EDCs collaboration with e-Learning for Educators, a 10-state consortium funded by the U.S. Department of Education to establish statewide online professional development programs in each of the 10 states. Treacy served as co-chair of the iNACOL Online Course Standards committee and led the Technical subcommittee for iNACOL's Blended Teaching Competencies.
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