Adolescent Education English (7-12) Initial Certification

Adolescent Education English (7-12) - Initial Certification - M.S.

  • New York State Registered Program Code: 25665
  • HEGIS Code: 0803.00 {Secondary Education, General}
  • Certification with New York State is for Initial Certification in Adolescent English 7-12.

Required courses (36 credits):

Credits

EDU
502

Theroretical Foundations and Teaching Practices of Regular and Special Education for Birth-Grade 2, Childhood 1-6, Adolescence 7-12

3
EDU 506B

Adolescent Reading, Writing, and Communicating in the Content Areas for Inclusive Classrooms of Diverse Learners

6
EDU 510

Strategies and Techniques for Teaching Middle School and Adolescent Students in Inclusive Classrooms

3

EDU 513

Meeting the Needs of Culturally Diverse Students in Inclusive Classrooms in Inclusive Classrooms in Birth-Grade 2, Childhood 1-6, Adolescence 7-12

3

Complete either EDU 521 or EDU 522*

3

EDU 521

Technology for Inclusive Classroom Teachers Birth-2, Childhood 1-6, Adolescence  7-12

*

or

EDU 522*

Advanced Design Technology for Inclusive Classroom Teachers

*

EDU 537

Diverse Abilities and Needs of Students in Inclusive Classrooms Birth-Grade 2, Childhood 1-6 and Adolescence 7-12

3

EDU 500A

Apprentice Field Experience in Adolescent Inclusive Classrooms (40 (hrs)

0

EDU
554A

Pre-Professional Adolescent Field Experiences in Inclusive Classrooms

0

EDU
555A

Student Teaching Adolescence  (Grades 7-9) 3

EDU 556A

Student Teaching Adolescence (Grades 10-12) 3

EDU
557A

Student Teaching Seminar - Adolescent (Grades 7-12) 0

Curriculum/Methods and Content/Pedagogy Courses:
(Select three courses - 9 credits)

EDU 588

Writing Techniques for Diverse Adolescent Learners

3

EDU 589

Literary Genres for Diverse Adolescent Learners

3

EDU 590

Mythology, Fiction, Film and the Teaching of Contemporary Issues to Diverse Adolescent Learners

3

EDU 591

Teaching Creative Writing to Diverse Adolescent Learners

3

Total Credits Required: 36                                                                                                                                          

*Designed for candidates who have classroom teaching experience and are knowledgeable in technology.

A total of 100 hours of observation/participation in a field school are required to beginning student teaching.

All candidates are required by NYSED to have experience in a "high needs" school setting.  These schools/districts are designated as such by NYSED.

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