Rosey McQuillan


Rosey is an assistive and educational consultant whose career combines over 25 years of experience with a focus on the use of technology to provide differentiated instruction. As an instructor, Rosey has extensive experience working with teachers across all grade levels and curriculum strands to support learners in gaining access to the curriculum. She works with teachers on techniques to expand learning opportunities for students through Universal Design for Learning.

Rosey has been a facilitator and co-facilitator for several on-line, blended learning and face- to- face courses for the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education in conjunction with Lesley University and the TEC Collaborative. She is currently a Program Supervisor for student teachers in the area of Special Education for Lesley University.

Rosey holds a Master’s Degree in Elementary and Special Education from Boston College. She also holds an Ed.S. in Assistive and Special Education Technology from Simmons College.