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1 LEHMAN COLLEGE OF CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK DEPARTMENT OF EARLY CHILDHOOD AND CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Hegis # N/A Program Code: 344 Curriculum Change 1. Type of Change : Change in Approved Major Requirements for Undergraduate Teaching Certification in Early Childhood and Childhood Education 2. From: Undergraduate Teacher Certifications EARLY CHILDHOOD (BIRTH-GRADE 2), WITH OR WITHOUT BILINGUAL EXTENSION CHILDHOOD (GRADES 1-6), WITH OR WITHOUT BILINGUAL EXTENSION Students seeking the initial certificate as either an early childhood or childhood education teacher, in addition to completing the sequence of professional courses, are required to complete a major in one of the liberal arts, physical or social sciences, or mathematics. Thus, the major area of concentration is a requirement both for the college degree and for the teaching certificate. For the purposes of early childhood (Birth-Grade 2) and childhood (Grades 1-6) teacher certification, however, major areas of concentration are restricted to those approved for early childhood and childhood education. The recommended majors for initial certification in early childhood and childhood education are as follows: Recommended Majors: Art History Black Studies Comparative Literature History Italian American Studies Latin American Studies Puerto Rican Studies Sociology Additional recommended majors may be added after the printing of this Bulletin; students need to see an adviser in the Department of Early Childhood and Childhood Education (Carman Hall, Room B-32) to find out which additional recommended majors are available. 1

2 3. To: Undergraduate Teacher Certifications EARLY CHILDHOOD (BIRTH-GRADE 2), WITH OR WITHOUT BILINGUAL EXTENSION OR CHILDHOOD (GRADES 1-6), WITH OR WITHOUT BILINGUAL EXTENSION Students seeking the initial certificate as either an early childhood or childhood education teacher, in addition to completing the sequence of professional courses, are required to complete a major in one of the liberal arts, physical or social sciences, or mathematics. Thus, the major area of concentration is a requirement both for the college degree and for the teaching certificate. For the purposes of early childhood (Birth-Grade 2) and childhood (Grades 1-6) teacher certification, however, major areas of concentration are restricted to those approved for early childhood and childhood education. The approved majors for initial certification in early childhood or childhood education are as follows: Recommended Majors: African and African American Studies Art History Comparative Literature English Geography Geology History Italian American Studies Latin American and Caribbean Studies Puerto Rican Studies Sociology Additional approved majors may be added after the printing of this Bulletin; students need to see an adviser in the Department of Early Childhood and Childhood to find out which additional approved majors are available. 4. Rationale: Geology and geography are being added as approved majors for certification in Early Childhood or Childhood Education because each meets state requirements for the liberal arts concentration which is part of the requirements for state teaching certifications for early childhood and childhood education. These majors, when combined with the other liberal arts and science and education coursework required for teaching certification, can be completed within the 120 credit graduate requirement. The change will provide students in these majors with an option to become certified early childhood or childhood teachers. Geology will provide childhood and early childhood candidates with an opportunity to complete a concentration in a natural science discipline. 2

3 The addition of the English major to the list is a change to this portion of the catalog/bulletin only and will align existing information in the English Department pages of the catalog/bulletin with the ECCE pages of the catalog/bulletin. The change was approved by the English department, curriculum committee, and senate previously, and changes have already been made to the English Department pages. 5. Date of departmental approval: a. Date of Approval in Geology Department: March 2, 2010 b. Date of Approval in Geography Department: March 2, 2010 c. Date of Approval in Dept. of Early Childhood and Childhood Ed.: March 10,

4 LEHMAN COLLEGE OF CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK DEPARTMENT OF EARLY CHILDHOOD AND CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Curriculum Change Hegis Code: N/A Program Code: Type of Change : Change in Requirements for Undergraduate Certification Sequences in Early Childhood or Childhood Education 2. From: Teacher Certification: New undergraduate programs, designed to meet New York State teacher certification requirements, went into effect for students entering undergraduate teacher education programs as of September 1, Upon completion of one of the following programs, and after achieving passing scores in required New York State teacher certification examinations, the student will have satisfied State requirements for Initial Certification in one of the following programs: Early Childhood; Early Childhood with a Bilingual Extension; Childhood; or Childhood with a Bilingual Extension. A student can acquire a New York State initial teaching certificate when he or she has successfully completed the following: all core and distribution requirements and an approved liberal arts major; a 12-credit Early Childhood and Childhood Education (E.C.C.E.) minor; a certification sequence of professional coursework; professional practice (student teaching and student teaching seminar); and passing scores on required N.Y.S. teacher certification examinations: N.Y.S. L.A.S.T. examination, N.Y.S. C.S.T. examination, and N.Y.S. A.T.S.-W. examination. NOTE: Changes in program requirements designated by the New York State Education Department for Teacher, Counselor, and/or Administrator certifications occur from time to time. As such, students are advised to consult the Office of the Division of Education, Room B-33 of Carman Hall, to determine the most current program requirements for certification. Students not seeking an institutional recommendation but who intend to apply independently for certification should consult with a departmental adviser prior to registration so that a course of study fulfilling State requirements may be planned. New York State may at some point end the independent transcript review route to certification. Students should consult the New York State Education Department website for updates or may check with the Division of Education's Certification Office to determine if a change in this policy has been adopted. EXAMINATION REQUIREMENTS FOR INITIAL CERTIFICATION 4

5 Students who seek the New York State initial teacher certification in Early Childhood or Childhood Education must pass three certification tests: the Literacy Arts and Sciences Test (L.A.S.T.), the Assessment of Teaching Skills-Written (A.T.S.-W.), and the Content Specialty Test-Multiple Subjects (C.S.T.-Multiple Subjects). THE DEPARTMENT MINOR Students who wish to register for the 12-credit ECCE minor must have successfully completed College entrance requirements as well as English and math requirements and completed a declaration of major/minor form signed by an ECCE advisor. The required courses and credits in the E.C.C.E. minor are as follows: ECE 300: Education in Historical, Political, and Sociocultural Contexts Birth to Grade 6 (3 credits); ECE 301: The Child in Context: Child Study and Development Birth to Grade 6 (3 credits); ECE 302: Child, Family, Community, and Schools in Sociocultural Contexts Birth to Grade 6 (3 credits); and ECE 311: The Teaching Profession-Birth to Grade 6 (3 credits). The Certification Sequences Each certification sequence begins with professional coursework that is followed by professional practice. To begin professional coursework or professional practice, students must meet specific prerequisite requirements. Requirements for Professional Coursework Professional coursework includes courses focusing on teaching a variety of content areas at the early-childhood level (Birth to Grade 2) or at the childhood level (Grades 1 to 6). Additionally, students can elect a program at either level with an integrated bilingual extension. Students who plan to enter a teacher certification program in the Department must see an undergraduate adviser to obtain information regarding both the recommended general education sequence and approved liberal arts majors prior to their first Lehman registration. Students who wish to register for professional coursework in one of the four teacher certification sequences must meet the following requirements: Completion of the College's general core and distribution requirements, with the following specifications and additions: Arts Requirement: One course in Art and one course in Music approved by an E.C.C.E. advisor; Math Requirement: MAT 123 and 132, or an equivalent approved by an E.C.C.E. advisor; Science Requirement: Eight credits of natural science from CHE 136, BIO 166, PHY 135, and GEO 166, or an equivalent approved by an E.C.C.E. advisor; Declaration of an approved major for E.C.C.E. teacher education; Completion of the 12-credit E.C.C.E. minor; A minimum 2.75 overall index; Completion of a written Departmental application for the certification sequence of choice; and Submission of scores for the New York State L.A.S.T. examination for advisement purposes. Requirements for Professional Practice 5

6 Students who successfully complete the minor and the professional coursework in the certification sequences are eligible to register for professional practice (supervised student teaching) if the following requirements are met: Completion of the E.C.C.E. minor and professional coursework in literacy/social studies; science/music; and math/art with a combined minimum 3.0 G.P.A.; Completion of a recommended liberal arts and sciences major with a minimum 3.0 G.P.A.; Completion of a written application to student teach; Submission of the student's score on the New York State C.S.T. exam for advisement purposes; and Submission of the student's score on the New York State A.T.S.-W. examination for advisement purposes. THE EARLY CHILDHOOD CERTIFICATION SEQUENCES (BIRTH TO GRADE 2) The Department of Early Childhood and Childhood Education offers an undergraduate program in Early Childhood Education that leads to Initial Certification. It is intended for students who wish to teach young children in nursery schools, day-care centers, or public schools through grade 2. The major objective of the program in Early Childhood is to provide pre-service teachers with a beginning focus on early childhood philosophy, trends, curriculum, methods, materials, and research in the field of early childhood education (Birth to Grade 2). The course of study reflects an integrated curriculum that provides an educational model based on child development and child study principles, New York State Education Department standards and core curriculum in each academic area, and National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education standards as described by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. The required courses and credits are as follows: Professional Coursework (12 credits): ECE 431 (4), ECE 432 (4), ECE 433 (4) Professional Practice (6 credits): ECE 481 (4), ECE 483 (2) EARLY CHILDHOOD CERTIFICATION SEQUENCE--INTEGRATED BILINGUAL EXTENSION (BIRTH TO GRADE 2) The program in Early Childhood Integration of Bilingual Extension adds an extension to the Initial Certificate for teaching young children in bilingual settings. The required courses and credits are the same as the above program with the following exceptions: The following courses are replaced: ECE 430 (4) replaces ECE 431 (4) ECE 482 (4) replaces ECE 481 (4) The following courses are added: ECE 427 (3) LNG 160 (3)or SPV(LNG) 312 (3) CHILDHOOD CERTIFICATION SEQUENCE (GRADES 1 TO 6) The Department of Early Childhood and Childhood Education offers an undergraduate program in Childhood Education that leads to Initial Certification. It is intended for students who wish to teach children in grades 1 to 6. The major objective of the program in Childhood Education is to provide preservice teachers with a focus on childhood philosophy, trends, curriculum, methods, materials, and research in the field of childhood education (Grades 1 to 6). The course of study 6

7 reflects an integrated curriculum that provides an educational model based on child development and child study principles, New York State Education Department standards and core curriculum in each academic area, and National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education standards as described by the Association for Childhood Education International. The required courses and credits are as follows: Professional Coursework (12 credits): DEC 431 (4), DEC 432 (4), DEC 433 (4) Professional Practice (6 credits): DEC 481 (4), ECE 483 (2) CHILDHOOD--INTEGRATED BILINGUAL EXTENSION (GRADES 1 TO 6) The program in Childhood with a Bilingual Extension adds an extension to the Initial Certificate for teaching in bilingual classroom settings. The required courses and credits are the same as the above program with the following exceptions: The following courses are replaced: DEC 430 (4) replaces DEC 431 (4) DEC 482 (4) replaces DEC 481 (4) The following courses are added: ECE 427 (3) LNG 160 (3) or SPV (LNG) 312 (3) 3. To: Teacher Certification: New undergraduate programs, designed to meet New York State teacher certification requirements, went into effect for students entering undergraduate teacher education programs as of September 1, Upon completion of one of the following programs, and after achieving passing scores in required New York State teacher certification examinations, the student will have satisfied State requirements for Initial Certification in one of the following programs: Early Childhood; Early Childhood with a Bilingual Extension; Childhood; or Childhood with a Bilingual Extension. A student can acquire a New York State initial teaching certificate when he or she has successfully completed the following: all core and distribution requirements and an approved liberal arts major; a 12-credit Early Childhood and Childhood Education (E.C.C.E.) minor; a certification sequence of professional coursework; professional practice (student teaching and student teaching seminar); passing scores on required N.Y.S. teacher certification examinations: N.Y.S. L.A.S.T. examination, N.Y.S. C.S.T.-Multiple Subjects examination, and N.Y.S. A.T.S.-W. examination; and mandatory training in child abuse identification and reporting and violence prevention.. NOTE: Changes in program requirements designated by the New York State Education Department for Teacher, Counselor, and/or Administrator certifications occur from time to time. As such, students are advised to consult the Office of the Division of Education, Room B-33 of Carman Hall, to determine the most current program requirements for 7

8 certification. Students not seeking an institutional recommendation but who intend to apply independently for certification should consult with a departmental adviser prior to registration so that a course of study fulfilling State requirements may be planned. New York State may at some point end the independent transcript review route to certification for some certifications Students should consult the New York State Education Department website for updates or may check with the Division of Education's Certification Office to determine if a change in this policy has been adopted. EXAMINATION REQUIREMENTS FOR INITIAL CERTIFICATION Students who seek the New York State initial teacher certification in Early Childhood or Childhood Education must pass three certification tests: the Literacy Arts and Sciences Test (L.A.S.T.), the Assessment of Teaching Skills-Written (A.T.S.-W.), and the Content Specialty Test-Multiple Subjects (C.S.T.-Multiple Subjects). THE DEPARTMENT MINOR Students who wish to register for the 12-credit ECCE minor must have successfully completed College admissions requirements as well as English and math requirements and completed a declaration of major/minor form signed by an ECCE advisor. The required courses and credits in the E.C.C.E. minor are as follows: ECE 300: Education in Historical, Political, and Sociocultural Contexts Birth to Grade 6 (3 credits); ECE 301: The Child in Context: Child Study and Development Birth to Grade 6 (3 credits); ECE 302: Child, Family, Community, and Schools in Sociocultural Contexts Birth to Grade 6 (3 credits); and ECE 311: The Teaching Profession-Birth to Grade 6 (3 credits). The Certification Sequences Each certification sequence begins with professional coursework that is followed by professional practice. To begin professional coursework or professional practice, students must meet specific prerequisite requirements. Requirements for Professional Coursework Professional coursework includes courses focusing on teaching a variety of content areas at the early-childhood level (Birth to Grade 2) or at the childhood level (Grades 1 to 6). Additionally, students can elect a program at either level with an integrated bilingual extension. Students who plan to enter a teacher certification program in the Department must see an undergraduate adviser to obtain information regarding both the recommended general education sequence and approved liberal arts majors prior to their first Lehman registration. Students who wish to register for professional coursework in one of the four teacher certification sequences must meet the following requirements: Completion of the College's general core and distribution requirements, with the following specifications and additions: Arts Requirement: Two courses in the Arts (One course in art history and one course in music appreciation are recommended.); Math Requirement: MAT 123 and 132, or math course approved by E.C.C.E. and math advisors; 8

9 Science Requirement: Eight credits of natural science with lab. (CHE 136, PHY 135, and/or GEO 166 are recommended.) Declaration of an approved major for E.C.C.E. teacher education; Completion of the 12-credit E.C.C.E. minor; A minimum 2.75 overall index; Completion of a written Departmental application for the certification sequence of choice; and Evidence of having registered for or taken the New York State L.A.S.T. examination for advisement purposes. Requirements for Professional Practice Students who successfully complete the minor and the professional coursework in the certification sequences are eligible to register for professional practice (supervised student teaching) if the following requirements are met: Completion of the E.C.C.E. minor and professional coursework with a combined minimum 3.0 G.P.A.; Completion of a recommended liberal arts and sciences major with a minimum 3.0 G.P.A.; and, Completion of a student teaching application. THE EARLY CHILDHOOD CERTIFICATION SEQUENCES (BIRTH TO GRADE 2) The Department of Early Childhood and Childhood Education offers an undergraduate program in Early Childhood Education that leads to Initial Certification. It is intended for students who wish to teach young children in nursery schools, day-care centers, or public schools through grade 2. The major objective of the program in Early Childhood is to provide pre-service teachers with a beginning focus on early childhood philosophy, trends, curriculum, methods, materials, and research in the field of early childhood education (Birth to Grade 2). The course of study reflects an integrated curriculum that provides an educational model based on child development and child study principles, New York State Education Department standards and core curriculum in each academic area, and National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education standards as described by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. The required courses and credits are as follows: Professional Coursework (12 credits): ECE 431 (4), ECE 432 (4), ECE 433 (4) Professional Practice (6 credits): ECE 481 (4), ECE 483 (2) EARLY CHILDHOOD CERTIFICATION SEQUENCE--INTEGRATED BILINGUAL EXTENSION (BIRTH TO GRADE 2) The program in Early Childhood Integration of Bilingual Extension adds an extension to the Initial Certificate for teaching young children in bilingual settings. The required courses and credits are the same as the above program with the following exceptions: The following courses are replaced: ECE 430 (4) replaces ECE 431 (4) ECE 482 (4) replaces ECE 481 (4) The following courses are added: ECE 427 (3) SPV312 (3) 9

10 CHILDHOOD CERTIFICATION SEQUENCE (GRADES 1 TO 6) The Department of Early Childhood and Childhood Education offers an undergraduate program in Childhood Education that leads to Initial Certification. It is intended for students who wish to teach children in grades 1 to 6. The major objective of the program in Childhood Education is to provide preservice teachers with a focus on childhood philosophy, trends, curriculum, methods, materials, and research in the field of childhood education (Grades 1 to 6). The course of study reflects an integrated curriculum that provides an educational model based on child development and child study principles, New York State Education Department standards and core curriculum in each academic area, and National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education standards as described by the Association for Childhood Education International. The required courses and credits are as follows: Professional Coursework (12 credits): DEC 431 (4), DEC 432 (4), DEC 433 (4) Professional Practice (6 credits): DEC 481 (4), ECE 483 (2) CHILDHOOD--INTEGRATED BILINGUAL EXTENSION (GRADES 1 TO 6) The program in Childhood with a Bilingual Extension adds an extension to the Initial Certificate for teaching in bilingual classroom settings. The required courses and credits are the same as the above program with the following exceptions: The following courses are replaced: DEC 430 (4) replaces DEC 431 (4) DEC 482 (4) replaces DEC 481 (4) The following courses are added: ECE 427 (3) SPV 312 (3) 4. Rationale: Removal of LNG 160 from Bilingual Extension Requirements: NYS has changed the requirements for the Bilingual Education Assessment, which all student s who seek the extension must pass to become certified. The new assessment requires candidates apply knowledge of bilingualism and learning in two languages. LNG 160 does not include this content and therefore does not prepare candidates adequately to pass the assessment. Changes in arts, math, and science requirements: These changes are aligned with current advisement practices in the department. They will offer advisors the ability to accommodate transfer students who come with courses in these 3 areas that are not Lehman equivalents for the courses listed in the existing bulletin. These changes will also allow for more flexibility for Lehman students who want to take, for example, a lab science that is not included in the short list of options in the existing catalog description of the program. Students missing coursework in these areas will be recommended (not required) to take the courses that are listed in parenthesis because these courses were specifically designed to partially meet the liberal arts content requirements of the NYS teaching exams. 10

11 Change in description of LAST requirement: Candidates often do not receive test scores for up to six weeks after taking the teaching exams, so the change in wording in the catalog will allow students to apply to certification sequences prior to receiving the actual scores on the tests. The test scores are used for advisement purposes only and are not weighed in admission decisions. 5. Date of departmental approval: March 10,

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