2008-2009 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    May 14, 2021  
2008-2009 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Adolescence Education


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SUNY Cortland offers 10 undergraduate certification programs that prepare candidates to teach in grades 7-12. Adolescence education programs are available in the following areas of study:

Adolescence Education: Biology (7-12)
Adolescence Education: Chemistry (7-12)
Adolescence Education: Earth Science (7-12)
Adolescence Education: English (7-12)
Adolescence Education: French (7-12)
Adolescence Education: French and Spanish (7-12)
Adolescence Education: Mathematics (7-12)
Adolescence Education: Physics (7-12)
Adolescence Education: Physics and Mathematics (7-12)
Adolescence Education: Social Studies (7-12)
  

Dual major required; see:
African American Studies
Anthropology
Economics
Geography
History
International Studies
Political Science
Sociology

Adolescence Education: Spanish (7-12)

All adolescence education programs are housed in the School of Arts and Sciences, in the department of content area. For specific program requirements, consult the appropriate department pages. Additional requirements for New York State teacher certification are found in the Degree Requirements section of this catalog.

Those who wish to enroll in a program leading to teacher certification must file an application with the Teacher Education Program. Contact the program coordinator/representative for details and specific degree requirements.

In addition to student teaching in New York State adolescence education candidates may have the opportunity to student teach at the University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia.

Adolescence Education Courses

Adolescence English

   

AED 308: Grammar and the Writing Process
AED 309: Participant-Observer Experience: Writing Process
AED 341: Introduction to English Language Arts
AED 376: Student Teaching in English in the Middle School
AED 377: Student Teaching in English in the High School
AED 378: Student Teaching Colloquia
AED 408: Teaching Writing
AED 409: Participant-Observer Experience: Teaching Writing
AED 441: Methods of Teaching Literature and Critical Literacy

Adolescence Languages
  

AED 323: Seminar for Field Observation
AED 391: Introduction to Adolescence Education
AED 437: Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages in Middle/Junior and High Schools I
AED 438: Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages in Middle/Junior and High Schools II
AED 439: Student Teaching: Adolescence Education – Foreign Languages

Adolescence Mathematics
  

AED 391: Introduction to Adolescence Education
AED 392: Methods I – Teaching Adolescence Mathematics
AED 399: Mathematics Practicum
AED 492: Field Experiences in Mathematics Teaching
AED 493: Student Teaching – Adolescent Mathematics I
AED 494: Student Teaching – Adolescent Mathematics II

Adolescence Sciences
 

AED 391: Introduction to Adolescence Education
AED 442: Methods I: Teaching the Sciences in the Middle and Secondary Schools
AED 443: Methods II: Teaching the Sciences in the Middle and Secondary Schools
AED 444: Laboratory Practicum
AED 445: Student Teaching: Adolescence Education — Science

Adolescence Social Studies
 

AED 300: Introduction to Seccondary Social Studies
AED 301: Pre-practice Teaching Seminar
AED 391: Introduction to Adolescence Education
AED 400: Student Teaching I: Adolescence Education Social Studies
AED 401: Student Teaching II: Adolescence Education Social Studies
AED 402: Student Teaching Seminar

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