Middle Childhood/Adolescence Education (Grades 5-12) Mathematics, CERT (E204)

30 credits

Prerequisites:

  • Masters Degree or above in a functionally related area

Program and Certification Requirements:

The following courses or their equivalents must appear on a graduate or undergraduate transcript at the time of graduation. Prerequisite undergraduate coursework as well as graduate mathematics (MATH) or Math Education (MAE) courses within this program may be used to meet this requirement.

  • Calculus I and II
  • Finite or Discrete Math
  • Fundamentals, Proofs, or equivelent 
  • Linear Algebra
  • Geometry
  • Probability/Statistics

Entry Level

EDU 5000Foundations of Education

3

OR

EDU 5211Intro to Multicultural Classroom

3

 

EDU 5393Foundations of Special Education

3

Take Manhattanville Writing Assessment

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Intermediate Level

To be completed (at the college level) during the first 18 credits of the program:

EDU 5344Child Development and Learning

3

A course in Science

A course in Literature

Study of the Visual or Performing Arts

Study of Communication

Study of Written Analysis and Expression

A course in History

One year or the equivalent of coursework in a Language other than English

30 credits in Mathematics (see note above)

EDU 5344: or adolescent development course

To be completed during the first 18 credits of the program:

Take NYS CONTENT SPECIALTY test in Math

EDU 5374Teaching Methods and Curriculum Grades 7-12 General

3

EDU 5387Fundamentals of Middle Childhood Education

3

EDU 5026Literacy in the Content Areas

3

EDU 5403Mathematic Curriculum and Methodology: Grades 5-12

3

EDU 5569Critical Pedagogy of Place

3

 

MAE 5___Math Ed Elective

3

OR

EDU 5013Mathematics for the Learning Disabled Student Special Education Course

3

To be completed by the start of semester prior to student teaching semester:

Take NYS EDUCATING ALL STUDENTS test

Capstone Level

EDU 5404Student Teaching & Sem: Early Childhood And Adolescence Education

3-6

To be completed by the end of student teaching semester:

edTPA Student Teaching Assessment plus 3 seminars as follows::

Child Abuse Workshop

0

Violence Prevention Workshop

0

Dignity for All Students Workshop

0