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National College Credit Recommendation Service

Board of Regents  |  University of the State of New York

New York City Department of Education | Evaluated Learning Experience

1. EDU 700: Classroom Culture and Instructional Methods 1

2. EDU 720: Clinical Teaching Experience
Location: 

65 Court Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Length: 

Course 1: 53 hours (20 weeks). Course 2: 480 hours (16 weeks).

Dates: 

Course 1 and 2: January 2020  – Present.

Instructional delivery format: 
Traditional classroom model
Learner Outcomes: 

Course 1: Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: build a collaborative, equitable, and student-centered classroom culture with supportive relationships for all students; successfully apply the tenets of culturally responsive teaching to curriculum planning, instructional strategies, and classroom management; plan rigorous and engaging, common core aligned instructional materials with a constant lens on differentiation and culturally responsive pedagogy, such that a diverse set of learners can access the curriculum; skillfully collect and use formative data to inform and revise instruction on a daily basis; adopt and utilize data-based reflective practices in order to continuously grow in their teaching practice; develop reasonable time allocations when planning lesson activities, unit plans and a year-long scope and sequence or curriculum maps; and reference student actions, responses and data-supported outcomes as evidence in reflecting on teaching.  Course 2: ​Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: use strategies to build a collaborative, equitable, and student-centered classroom culture with supportive relationships for all students; consistently implement positive and culturally responsive behavior interventions; plan, deliver and refine rigorous and common core aligned instruction; deliver instruction such that a diverse set of learners can access the curriculum; implement multiple methods of checking for understanding at key points in a lesson and a unit; assess student learning and modify instruction based on their emerging strengths and needs; use questioning and discussion techniques that cause students to think, reflect and deepen their understanding and enable all students to contribute; and communicate assessment criteria, monitor student learning and provide actionable feedback to students. 

Instruction: 

Course 1: Major topics include: Instructional Vision, Building Relationships, Behavior Management, Delivering Consequences, Managing Classroom Procedures, Starting Class and Entry Procedures, Co-Teaching Models, The Coaching Relationship, Introduction to Standards and Planning, Creating Objectives and Assessments, Delivering Direct Instruction, Culturally Responsive Teaching, Universal Design for Learning, Planning Questions and Engagement Strategies, Eliciting & Interpreting Student Thinking, Backwards Design, Data-Driven Instruction, Educating All Learners, Reflecting on Implicit Bias, Family and Community Engagement, and Bias in Special Education and Discipline.  Course 2: ​Same as course 1. Prerequisite: Bachelor’s degree.

Credit recommendation: 

Course 1 and 2: In the graduate degree category, 9 semester hours in Education (3 semester hours lecture/6 semester hours clinical) (2/18). NOTE: Students must successfully complete both EDU 700: Classroom Culture and Instructional Methods 1 AND EDU 720: Clinical Teaching Experience and to access credit recommendations.

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