The Saint Rose graduate program in Childhood Education is designed for students who want to teach grades 1-6 but who have an undergraduate degree in a field other than education.
Students complete classroom and field experiences that will earn them initial and professional certification for grades 1-6 in New York State. Small classes, dedicated professors, and rigorous preparation for classroom teaching are hallmarks of the Childhood Education program at The College of Saint Rose. [[OBJECTIVES OF THE CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PROGRAM]] Consistent with the Conceptual Framework of the School of Education of The College of Saint Rose, graduates of the Childhood Education programs must demonstrate:
Professionalism in exercising their roles as childhood educators in social contexts; Effective oral and written communication and interpersonal skills; Knowledge of elementary school curriculum, content, and best practices commensurate with pupils’ needs, ages and previous learning; Ability to plan, implement, and evaluate child-centered instruction and learning and engage in innovative practice; Organization and positive classroom management techniques; Ability to teach exceptional children effectively; Responsiveness to the characteristics of children that reflect their cultural, socio-economic and personal histories; and Ability to integrate a variety of technological methods and programs to enhance student learning and practitioner effectiveness.
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