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1 Certificates and Transfer Programs Accelerated Certification Program Art Education The accelerated certification program in art education is designed to provide individuals who have obtained a bachelor s degree in visual art or studio art, or a master s degree in an art discipline, with education coursework that can lead to teaching certification in the state of Pennsylvania. The program targets the development of skilled teachers who can utilize best practices for planning and preparing environments and instruction in the arts in K-12 classrooms. A minimum of 30 credits must be taken at the College for the certificate, and all prerequisites required for recommendation for certification, including fieldwork, must be completed. All students must be engaged in a PDE approved program of study. All education majors require a 3.00 GPA to gain admission to the program and a cumulative 3.00 GPA to continue in the program, as well as a 3.00 GPA in psychology, early childhood education, special education, art education, social studies, mathematics, and middle level education. Students must obtain a C or better in the content courses in the major. Students earning lower than a C must retake the course. A letter grade of B or better is the minimum grade for each student teaching course. Students earning lower than a B must retake the course. All students must successfully complete the listed below with a minimum overall grade point average of 3.00 to graduate from this curriculum. Additional graduation criteria are found beginning on page 42 and also in the Education Handbook. EDUC Teaching in the Secondary Schools EDUC Art Education Media and Methods/Elementary Methods EDUC Developmental Assessment II EDUC Art Education Media and Methods/Secondary Methods EDUC Student Teaching Art Education (K-8) EDUC Student Teaching at the Secondary Level (9-12) EDUC Seminar: Contemporary Research, Issues, and Ethics in Education Education Electives: Sufficient EDUC/SPEC/ECE courses to ensure a minimum of 30 credits earned at Keystone College for graduation. Any student with a bachelor s degree who is interested in obtaining certification in art education at Keystone College must complete a minimum of 30 credits at the College in order to be recommended to the Pennsylvania Department of Education for certification. If any of the required courses have been accepted by Keystone College as transfer credits into this program, a list of acceptable alternative courses will be provided to the 174

2 student in order to ensure completion of the 30-credit minimum. A minimum of 150 hours of classroom field experiences are required prior to student teaching. Evidence of previously completed field experiences does not count toward the 150 hours required. 175 Keystone College

3 Accelerated Certification Program Early Childhood Education The accelerated certification program in Early Childhood Education is designed to provide individuals who have obtained a bachelor s degree with coursework in education. The program targets the development of skilled individuals who can utilize best practices for planning and preparing environments and instruction in early childhood education classrooms. The Accelerated Early Childhood Education Certification curriculum requires a 3.0 GPA to gain admission to the program and a cumulative 3.0 GPA to continue in the program, as well as a 3.0 GPA in psychology, early childhood education, and special education. Students must obtain a C or better in the content courses in the major. Students earning lower than a C must retake the course. All students must obtain a B or better in each student teaching course. Students earning lower than a B must retake the course. Students with an Instructional I certificate in ECE (N-3), ECE (PreK-4) or Elementary Education (K- 6) may utilize previous coursework for required courses as determined by the adviser and Registrar. All students must be engaged in a PDE approved program of study. All students must successfully complete the listed below with a minimum overall grade point average of 3.00 to graduate from this curriculum. Additional graduation criteria are found beginning on page 42 and also in the Education Handbook. ECE Curriculum and Methods: Mathematics ECE Curriculum and Methods: Citizenship and Social Studies ECE Curriculum and Methods: Science ECE Early Literacy Foundations EDUC Developmental Assessment I or EDUC Developmental Assessment II EDUC Teaching Reading EDUC Student Teaching in Early Childhood Education (PreK-1) EDUC 4725 Student Teaching in Early Childhood Education (Grades 2-4) PSYC Child Development I or PSYC Child Development II or PSYC Cognition and Learning Any student with a bachelor s degree who is interested in obtaining Pennsylvania Department of Education certification in early childhood education through Keystone College, must complete all program requirements to be recommended to the Pennsylvania Department of Education for certification. If any of the required courses have been met and have been accepted by Keystone College as transfer credits, the courses do not have to be repeated. Field experiences are required. 176

4 Accelerated Certification Program Early Childhood/Special Education The accelerated certification program in Early Childhood/Special Education is designed to provide individuals who have obtained a bachelor s degree with coursework in education. The program targets the development of skilled individuals who can utilize best practices for planning and preparing environments and instruction in early childhood education classrooms. The Accelerated Early Childhood/Special Education Certification curriculum requires a 3.0 GPA to gain admission to the program and a cumulative 3.0 GPA to continue in the program, as well as a 3.0 GPA in psychology, early childhood education and special education. Students must obtain a C or better in the content courses in the major. Students earning lower than a C must retake the course. All students must obtain a B or better in each student teaching course. Students earning lower than a B must retake the course. Students with an Instructional I certificate in ECE (N-3), ECE (PreK-4) or Elementary Education (K- 6) may utilize previous coursework for required courses as determined by the adviser and Registrar. All students must be engaged in a PDE approved program of study. All students must successfully complete the listed below with a minimum overall grade point average of 3.00 to graduate from this curriculum. Additional graduation criteria are found beginning on page 42 and also in the Education Handbook. ECE Curriculum and Methods: Mathematics ECE Curriculum and Methods: Citizenship and Social Studies ECE Curriculum and Methods: Science ECE Early Literacy Foundations EDUC Developmental Assessment I or EDUC Developmental Assessment II EDUC Teaching Reading EDUC Student Teaching Special Education (PreK-8) EDUC 4720 Student Teaching in Early Childhood Education (PreK-1) PSYC Child Development I or PSYC Child Development II or PSYC Cognition and Learning SPEC Special Education Processes and Procedures SPEC Early Intervention and Transitions SPEC Low Incidence Disabilities: Assessment and Instruction SPEC Evidence Based Effective Instruction 177 Keystone College

5 SPEC Learning Disabilities: Identification and Instruction SPEC Technology: Assistive and Universal Design SPEC Family Partnerships: Advocacy, Collaboration, and Transitions Any student with a bachelor s degree who is interested in obtaining Pennsylvania Department of Education certification in early childhood education/special education at Keystone College must complete all program requirements and be recommended to the Pennsylvania Department of Education for certification. If any of the requirements have been accepted by Keystone College as transfer credits, the courses do not have to be repeated. Field experiences are required. 178

6 Accelerated Certification Program Math Education The accelerated certification program in mathematics education is designed to provide individuals who have obtained a bachelor s degree with coursework in education. The program targets the development of skilled teachers who can utilize best practices for planning and preparing environments and instruction in mathematics in 7-12 classrooms. A minimum of 30 credits must be taken at the College for the certificate and all prerequisites required for recommendation for certification, including fieldwork, must be completed. All education majors require a 3.00 GPA to gain admission to the program and a cumulative 3.00 GPA to continue in the program, as well as a 3.00 GPA in psychology, early childhood education, special education, art education, social studies, mathematics, and middle level education. Students must obtain a C or better in the content courses in the major. Students earning lower than a C must retake the course. All students must obtain a B or better in each student teaching course. Students earning lower than a B must retake the course. All students must be engaged in a PDE approved program of study. All students must successfully complete the listed below with a minimum overall grade point average of 3.00 to graduate from this curriculum. Additional graduation criteria are found beginning on page 42 and also in the Education Handbook EDUC Teaching in the Secondary Schools EDUC Developmental Assessment II EDUC Mathematics Education and Methods/Secondary Methods EDUC Student Teaching at the Middle Level (Grades 7-8) EDUC Student Teaching at the Secondary Level EDUC Seminar: Contemporary Research, Issues, and Ethics in Education Education Electives: Sufficient EDUC/SPEC/ECE courses to ensure a minimum of 30 credits earned at Keystone College for graduation. Any student with a bachelor s degree who is interested in obtaining certification in mathematics education at Keystone College must complete a minimum of 30 credits at the College in order to be recommended to the Pennsylvania Department of Education for certification. If any of the required courses have been accepted by Keystone College as transfer credits into this program, a list of acceptable alternative courses will be provided to the student in order to ensure completion of the 30-credit minimum. A minimum of 150 hours of classroom field experiences are required prior to student teaching. Evidence of previously completed field experiences does not count toward the 150 hours required. 179 Keystone College

7 Accelerated Certification Program Social Studies Education The accelerated certification program in social studies education is designed to provide individuals who have obtained a bachelor s degree with coursework in education. The program targets the development of skilled teachers who can utilize best practices for planning and preparing environments and instruction in social studies in 7-12 classrooms. A minimum of 30 credits must be taken at the College for the certificate and all prerequisites required for recommendation for certification, including fieldwork, must be completed. All education majors require a 3.00 GPA to gain admission to the program and a cumulative 3.00 GPA to continue in the program, as well as a 3.00 GPA in psychology, early childhood education, special education, art education, social studies, mathematics, and middle level education. Students must obtain a C or better in the content courses in the major. Students earning lower than a C must retake the course. All students must obtain a B or better in each student teaching course. Students earning lower than a B must retake the course. All students must be engaged in a PDE approved program of study. All students must successfully complete the listed below with a minimum overall grade point average of 3.00 to graduate from this curriculum. Additional graduation criteria are found beginning on page 42 and also in the Education Handbook. EDUC Teaching in the Secondary Schools EDUC Developmental Assessment II EDUC Secondary Curriculum and Methods/Social Studies EDUC Instructional Strategies for Content Area Reading EDUC Student Teaching at the Middle Level (Grades 7-8) EDUC Student Teaching at the Secondary Level EDUC Seminar: Contemporary Research, Issues, and Ethics in Education SPEC Characteristics and Needs of Diverse Learners Education Electives: Sufficient EDUC/SPEC/ECE courses to ensure a minimum of 30 credits earned at Keystone College for graduation. Any student with a bachelor s degree who is interested in obtaining certification in social studies education at Keystone College must complete a minimum of 30 credits at the College in order to be recommended to the Pennsylvania Department of Education for certification. If any of the required courses have been accepted by Keystone College as transfer credits into this program, a list of acceptable alternative courses will be provided to the student in order to ensure completion of the 30-credit minimum. A minimum of 150 hours of classroom field experiences are required prior to student teaching. Evidence of previously completed field experiences does not count toward the 150 hours required. 180

8 Education Credentials Child Development Associate Credential (CDA) Credits earned in this program may be transferred to the bachelors degree in early childhood education. Keystone College offers the 12-credit CDA Program. The CDA is a nationally recognized credential administered by the National Council for Professional Recognition Program in Washington D.C. The credential requires the creation of a professional portfolio. The College offers instruction which meets the CDA requirements through the following coursework: ECE Introduction to Early Childhood Education ECE Curriculum and Program Planning: Ages 3-8 Years EDUC Child, Family and Community PSYC Child Development I Pennsylvania Director s Credential Credits earned in this program may be transferred to the bachelor degree programs in education. Keystone College offers the nine-credit PA. Director s Credential program specified by the Pennsylvania Office of Child Development for individuals who assume director positions in licensed child care facilities in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The credential details instructional competency outcomes that are achieved through participation in the following coursework: ECE Administration and Supervision of Schools for Young Children or EDUC Seminar: Contemporary Research, Issues, and Ethics in Education PSYC 4110/BUSN Organizational Behavior PSYC 4115 /LEAD Supervision and Leadership School Age Credential (SACC) School Age Credential (SACC) Credits earned in this program may be transferred to the bachelor degree programs in education. Keystone College offers the nine-credit SACC credential which is administered by the Pennsylvania Key. The credential requires the creation of a professional portfolio. The College offers instruction which meets the SAC requirements through the following coursework. ECE Administration and Supervision of Schools for Young Children or EDUC Seminar: Contemporary Research, Issues, and Ethics in Education EDUC Child, Family, and Community PSYC Child Development II Early Childhood/Early Intervention Certificate: This program is designed to help individuals who lack specialized early intervention training but who currently work in early childhood or early intervention programs. Credits earned in this program may be transferred to the associate degree or B.S. degree programs in early childhood education. Prior to beginning the certificate sequence, 181 Keystone College

9 students are required to complete English 101. Students meeting all requirements receive a certificate in early intervention. The following courses must be taken: ECE Introduction to Early Childhood Education ECE Curriculum Planning, Ages 0-3 ECE Curriculum Planning, Ages 3-8 ECE Early Childhood Education Seminar EDUC Child, Family and Community EDUC Integrating the Arts PSYC Child Development I SPEC Special Education Processes and Procedures SPEC Early Intervention and Transitions 182

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