Course Schedule - Spring 2012

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Spring 2012 Course Schedule

(January 17 - May 1)

Please note - This schedule is subject to change. Last updated April 5, 2012 .
Note the color codes: Updates | Closed courses | Canceled courses | Room numbers


Courses are listed in the following format:

COURSE NUMBER
Course Title
[terms offered: see key at bottom of page](# of credits)
(prerequisites and/or restrictions [if any])

  • Section/Day/Time
    Instructor
    (Dates [if special])

January Courses


EDUC 600
Comparative Migration Experiences and Cultural Perspectives of Immigrant Groups
[Jan, S] (1)

  • 01/TWTh/7:00-9:30
    Karina Otoya-Knapp
    (Dates: 1/3, 1/5, 1/10, 1/11)
    (Note: The session on 1/10 will be a synchronous online session on Epsilen.)
    Room 406

EDUC 606
Block Building and Dramatic Play
[Jan, S1] (1)

  • 01/T-F/4:45-7:15 [SECTION CLOSED]
    Sal Vascellaro
    (Dates: 1/3-1/6)

    Room 222
  • 02/M-F/4:45-6:45 [SECTION CLOSED]
    Sal Vascellaro
    (Dates: 1/9-1/13)

    Room 222
  • 03/M-F/7:00-9:00 [SECTION CLOSED]
    Betsy Grob
    (Dates: 1/9-1/13)

    Room 222

EDUC 618
Working with All Children and Families: An Introduction
[Jan, S] (1)

  • 01/M-Th/5:00-7:30 [SECTION CLOSED]
    Sue Carbary; Minna Immerman
    (Dates: 1/9, 1/10, 1/11, 1/12)

    Room 711

EDUC 864
Emergent Literacy and Selecting Literature for Young Children
[Jan] (1)
(prerequisite: EDUC 565)

  • 01/M-F/4:45-6:45
    Susan Stires
    (Dates: 1/3, 1/5, 1/9, 1/11, 1/13)
    Room 422

EDUC 865
Children’s Literature for Grades 3-6
[Jan] (1)
(prerequisite: EDUC 564)

  • 01/MTTh/4:45-6:45
    Judith Leipzig
    (Dates: 1/3, 1/5, 1/9, 1/10, 1/12)
    Room 407

State Mandated Trainings


Workshops are open ONLY to matriculated Bank Street students. Register for Trainings online, via http://my.bankstreet.edu. State Mandated Trainings are FREE for currently matriculated students.

STMD 100
State Mandated Training on School Violence Prevention
[F,S] (0)

Anyone applying for certification after February 2, 2001 must complete two hours of training on school violence prevention and intervention. This workshop includes training in effective classroom management techniques, identifying the warning signs of violent and other troubling behavior, and intervention techniques for resolving violent incidents in the school.

NOTE: Workshops start promptly. You must be on time to attend a workshop. Students who are late will NOT be permitted entrance to the workshop and will need to register for a different section

  • 01/T/4:45-6:45 [SECTION CLOSED]
    Lauren Kaplan
    (Date: 1/10)

    Room 706
  • 02/Th/4:45-6:45
    Lauren Kaplan
    (Date: 1/26)
    Room 424
  • 03/M/4:45-6:45
    Lauren Kaplan
    (Date: 2/13)
    Room 405
  • 04/F/4:45-6:45
    Ana Tiburcio
    (Date: 3/16)
    Room 706
  • 05/T/4:45-6:45
    Lauren Kaplan
    (Date: 4/17)
    Room 421
  • 06/F/4:45-6:45 [SECTION CANCELED]
    Lauren Kaplan
    (Date: 5/04)
    Room 422
  • 07/W/4:45-6:45
    Ana Tiburcio
    (Date: 5/16)
    Room 706

STMD 105
State Mandated Training in Child Abuse Identification and Reporting
[F, S] (0)

All adults working with children under eighteen years of age are required by NY State law to report suspected child abuse and neglect. This course will help you learn to identify symptoms of child abuse and neglect and will provide you with information about the required procedures for reporting abuse.

  • 01/Th/4:45-6:45
    Deb Vilas
    (Date: 1/19)
    Room 420
  • 02/T/4:45-6:45
    Christine Low
    (Date: 1/24)
    Room 408/409
  • 03/F/4:45-6:45
    Deb Vilas
    (Date: 2/10)
    Room 422
  • 04/M/4:45-6:45
    Deb Vilas
    (Date: 3/19)
    Room 405
  • 05/Th/4:45-6:45
    Deb Vilas
    (Date: 4/19)
    Room 405
  • 06/T/4:45-6:45
    Deb Vilas
    (Date: 5/8)
    Room 706
  • 07/M/4:45-6:45
    Christine Low [SECTION CANCELLED]
    (Date: 5/14)
    Room 706

NOTE: Workshops start promptly. You must be on time to attend a workshop. Students who are late will NOT be permitted entrance to the workshop and will need to register for a different section


Semester-Based Integrative Master's Project Options


IMP1
Site-Based Inquiry
[F, S] (0)
(For students who are currently employed and wish to focus their IMP on a topic/problem related to their own work setting. Registration is not allowed after the class has met. See the Integrative Master's Project web page for more information.)

  • 01/Th/4:45-6:45
    Katherine O'Donnell
    (Dates: 1/19, 2/16, 3/15, 4/19)
    This IMP group is for students who want to complete their IMP through a study of child and/or adult learning and the supports for that learning in an educational setting. Studies have focused on learning in particular content areas, support for specific learning styles, gender issues in learning, and curriculum revision to enhance learning. The setting for these studies may be a single classroom, an entire educational site, or multiple sites. The emphasis in this IMP group is the study of ongoing practice so access to a learning site—community center, museum, or school—is essential. The intended outcome of the study is a deeper understanding of the problem studied and an increased appreciation for research as a means for improvement of educational practice.
    Room 424
  • 02/T/4:45-6:45 [SECTION CLOSED]
    Susan Stires; Mollie Welsh Kruger
    (Dates: 1/24, 2/28, 3/20, 4/24)

    (Notes: This IMP section has a focus on literacy; for students who are currently employed and wish to focus their IMP on a topic/problem related to their own work setting)
    Room 421

IMP 2
Student/Faculty Collaborative Inquiry
[F, S] (0)
(Contact the facilitator/instructor if there are questions about a specific inquiry. Registration is not allowed after the class has met. See the Integrative Master's Project web page for more information.)

  • 01/W/7:00-9:00
    Dates: 1/18, 2/15, 3/21, 4/25
    Marjorie Brickley
    Gender Issues in Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education Settings
    This inquiry will focus on how gender impacts children, families, and teachers in early intervention or early childhood special education settings. The inquiries can include interviews, observations, or a research project with a group of children. The final projects will be summarized in both a written paper and a presentation to colleagues.
    Room 304
  • 02/T/4:45-6:45 [SECTION CLOSED]
    Dates: 1/17, 2/14, 3/13, 4/17
    Lisa Von Drasek
    Children's Literature in the Elementary Classroom
    (prerequisite: EDUC 564 or EDUC 565)
    [UPDATED DESCRIPTION] For this Integrative Master’s Project, each participant will focus on a specific age group, such as first grade or 6/7-year-olds. The participant will provide a rationale for his/her area of interest, including classroom or child observations. The IMP will include summary of developmental touchstones for the age group of interest, as well as a concise overview of why this area of interest would be a curriculum area. The participant will provide an annotated bibliography of children's books on the area of interest, as well as any appropriate professional texts. In keeping with the Bank Street tradition of teacher-created materials, a manuscript of original picture book in the curriculum area or original curriculum using children's literature in the classroom or museum setting will be required. The completed IMP will demonstrate the ability of the participant to competently express through written language the creation of curriculum and/ or literature for use in the classroom, integrating their knowledge of child development, literature, content, and assessment. Area of interests may include separation, going to the hospital, a math concept, language, etc.
    Room 303
  • 03/M/7:00-9:00 [SECTION CLOSED]
    Dates: 1/23, 2/13, 3/19, 4/23
    Susan Goetz-Haver

    The Role of Imagination in Literacy Learning
    Students can work on projects that investigate the power of imagination in reading or writing stories, poetry, or other kinds of text. Each student will explore professional literature and research related to his/ her project, as well as develop a related inquiry project with children. Group sessions will focus on finding and honing a rich question, exploring forms of data collection, analyzing the data, and shaping a presentation. We will also play with techniques to spur our own imaginations. Participants must have access to a group of children during the semester.
    Room 316
  • 04/W/7:00-9:00 [SECTION CLOSED]
    Dates: 1/25, 2/22, 3/21, 4/18
    Roberta Altman

    A Curriculum of Experience: Place Based Learning and Curriculum Design
    This inquiry focuses on issues arising from the need to develop curriculum projects that provide content in a context that is meaningful and relevant to students and their communities. Participants will examine core readings on place-based and experiential learning and then develop a curriculum project linking content with localities and/or cultural resources. A wide variety of topics and localities may be used for this inquiry, including classrooms, museums, historic sites, and the natural environment. There are four required group meetings and one individual meeting to support participants in generating their curriculum ideas, preparing their paper, and final presentation.
    Room 316
  • 05/F/4:45-6:45 [SECTION CANCELLED]
    Dates: 1/20, 2/3, 3/2, 3/30, 4/27
    Marian Howard
    Writing to Publish in Journals [CANCELLED]
    The goal of this IMP is for graduate students to perfect one piece of writing and to submit an article they have written to a professional journal. Students should come with a piece of writing that they would be interested in submitting to a journal. Over the course of the semester, each student will analyze their writing in relationship to the specific journal and receive feedback from other members of the group. After preparing the article for publication it will be submitted and acceptance and rejections of articles will be reviewed.
  • 06/M/7:00-9:00 [NEW SECTION]
    Dates: 1/30, 2/27, 3/26, 4/23
    Genevieve Lowry
    Innovative Approaches to Promoting Healthy Living for Children and Families
    Students will look at the various ways educators, parents, and/or child life specialists can collaborate in order to integrate concepts of healthy living into a variety of settings. Drawing on child development, participants will develop a rationale and design developmentally appropriate hands on curriculum, activities, and/or environments for children to learn about the body and strategies for promoting healthy living skills. Access to children is recommended but not required.
    Room 319
  • 07/T/4:45-6:45 [SECTION CLOSED]
    Dates: 1/17, 2/14, 3/13, 4/17
    Nancy Balaban

    What do children, aged 2 to 8, learn from play?
    Through focused observations, analysis, and relevant readings, students will create a working detailed narrative of the benefits of children’s play that will enable them to be articulate with parents and administrators.
    Room C8
  • 08/T/7:00-9:00 [NEW SECTION]
    Dates: 1/24, 2/28, 4/3, 5/1

    Mary Elizabeth Wilson
    Museum/School-Based Research to Understand and Enhance Participant Experience
    (prerequisite: EDUC 616)
    This inquiry will allow students already engaged in school/museum-based research to deepen and extend pilot studies and realize proposals initiated in EDUC 616. Through collaborative inquiry, students will work together to ask questions, problem solve, seek deeper understanding, monitor progress, and make evidence based decisions related to their research projects. Each of the four sessions will have a specific emphasis informed by students’ research needs/interests. Each student will have an opportunity to receive and reflect on feedback and to advance the work of the group.
    Room 316
  • 09/F/4:45-6:45 [NEW SECTION]
    Dates: 1/20, 2/17, 3/16, 4/20
    Rena Rice
    Parent and Teacher Perspectives on Parent-Teacher Conferences
    (pre- or corequisite: EDUC 604 or EDUC 894 or EDUC 895)
    Students will research the literature on parent-teacher communication. Students will interview one or more parent-teacher dyads after a parent-teacher conference, and analyze the perspectives of each with regard to the content of the conference and the parent-teacher relationship. Each parent and teacher will be interviewed separately, and confidentiality will be maintained. The purpose is to identify the commonalities and differences between the teachers’ and parents’ perspectives, and recommend strategies for more effective conferences. Students must have access to at least two parent and teacher dyads, and obtain their permission to be interviewed.
    Room 405
  • 10/Th/4:45-6:45 [NEW SECTION]
    Dates: 1/26, 2/23, 3/22, 4/19
    Susan Ruskin-Mayher
    The Mindful Classroom
    This inquiry will focus on mindfulness in education, and is for graduate students who are interested in both practicing and researching such techniques as yoga, meditation, and focused inquiry with children. Using their own personal experience of or interest in mindfulness practice, as well as their exploration of current research in the field and study of school and classroom mindfulness practices, each student will develop a project related to one aspect of mindfulness in the classroom. Students will implement the project with a class or small group of children, and develop a focused curriculum based on what they have learned. A final paper describing their project, and grounding their choices in current research in the field, will offer specific ideas and guidance for classroom teachers interested in exploring these practices in their own classrooms.
    Room 421

IMP3
Mentored Directed Essay
[F, S, S1-S2] (0)
Students should register for section 01.
In January, students will be assigned their particular mentor.
Registration is not allowed after the end of the Spring 2012 add/drop period.
See the Integrative Master's Project web page for more information.

  • 01/See Advisor/See Advisor
    Faculty Advisors

Education Courses: Dual Language/Bilingual Teacher Education, General Teacher Education, and Special Teacher Education


EDUC 500
Child Development
[A] (3)

  • 01/W/7:00-9:00
    Genevieve Lowry
    Room 423
  • 02/Th/4:45-6:45
    Nancy Nager
    Room 710
  • 03/T/7:00-9:00
    Troy Pinkney-Ragsdale
    Room 422
  • 04/T/4:45-6:45
    Deb Vilas
    Room 710

EDUC 505
Language Acquisition and Learning in a Linguistically Diverse Society
[A] (2)

  • 01/M/7:00-9:00
    Elizabeth Silva
    Room 420
  • D2/T/7:00-9:00 [SECTION CANCELLED]
    Karina Otoya-Knapp
    (Dates: 1/17, 2/14, 3/13, 4/24)
    (Note: This section is fully online with synchronous, live classroom sessions on the dates and times listed.
    )
  • 03/W/7:00-9:00
    Karina Otoya-Knapp
    Room 711
  • 04/Th/4:45-6:45
    Sarah Zimmerman
    Room 406

EDUC 506
Issues in Physical Development of the Early Adolescent
[S] (1)

  • 01/Th/7:00-9:00
    Roberta Altman
    (Dates: 1/19, 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, 2/16)
    Room 420

EDUC 510
Curriculum in Early Childhood Education (Grades N-3)
[F, S, S2] (3)

  • 01/T/4:45-6:45
    Betsy Grob
    Room 319

EDUC 511
Curriculum Development through Social Studies (Elementary and Middle School)
[F, S] (3)

  • 01/M/7:00-9:00
    Madeleine Ray
    Room 706

EDUC 513
Social Studies as the Core of the Integrated Curriculum for Children with Special Needs (Grades 1-6)
[F, S] (3)

  • 01/W/7:00-9:00
    Beth Bucher
    Room 406
  • 02/W/7:00-9:00 [COURSE CANCELED]
    Katie Wright; Kate Malone


EDUC 514
Curriculum in Early Childhood Education: Developing Learning Environments and Experiences for Children of Diverse Backgrounds and Abilities
[F, S, S2] (3)

  • 01/T/4:45-6:45
    Roberta Altman
    Room 423

EDUC 517
Geography in the Social Studies Curriculum
[S] (3)

  • 01/W/7:00-9:00
    Sam Brian
    Room 421

EDUC 525
Integrating Technology into the Curriculum to Support Learning and Inquiry
[F, S, S1, 2/S2] (1)

  • 01/M/4:45-6:45
    Jessica Millstone
    (Dates: 1/23, 1/30, 2/6, 2/27, 3/5, 3/12)
    Room 405

EDUC 530
Foundations of Modern Education
[A] (3)

  • 01/M/4:45-6:45 [SECTION CLOSED]
    Bernadette Anand

    Room 709
  • 02/Th/7:00-9:00
    Joseph Kleinman; Lorenzo Krakowsky
    Room 710

EDUC 535
Science for Teachers (Grades N-6)
[A] (2)

  • 01/Th/4:45-6:45
    Debbie Kurtzberg
    Room 408/409
  • 02/T/7:00-9:00
    Maggie DeLuca
    Room 408/409

EDUC 536
Foundations: The Influence of Culture and Politics on Literacy Theory
[F, S] (2)

  • 01/M/4:45-6:45
    Helen Freidus
    Room 706

EDUC 540
Mathematics for Teachers in Diverse & Inclusive Educational Settings (Grades N-6)
[A] (2)

  • 01/T/4:45-6:45 [SECTION CLOSED]
    Hal Melnick

    Room 706
  • 02/T/7:00-9:00 [SECTION CLOSED]
    Hal Melnick

    Room 706
  • 03/Th/7:00-9:00
    Marvin Cohen
    Room 706

EDUC 542
Diagnosis of Learning Problems and Intervention Techniques for the Mathematics Educator
[S, 2/S2] (2)

  • 01/Th/4:45-6:45
    Linda Metnetsky
    Room 706

EDUC 560
Native Language Literacy for Spanish-Speaking Children
[S] (2)
(prerequisites: EDUC 537 and EDUC 561 or permission of instructor)

  • 01/Th/7:00-9:00
    Cristian Solorza
    Room 406

EDUC 563
The Teaching of Reading, Writing and Language Arts
[F, S, S1-S2] (3)

  • 01/M/7:00-9:00
    Kathleen Nolan-Kasal
    Room 710
  • 02/W/7:00-9:00
    Laura Fine; Molly Jahraus
    Room 422
  • 03/Th/4:45-6:45
    Susan Stires
    Room 709

EDUC 564
Language, Literature and Emergent Literacy (A Focus on Grades N-3)
[A] (3)

  • 01/Th/4:45-6:45
    Sal Vascellaro
    Room 422
  • 02/T/7:00-9:00
    Mollie Welsh Kruger
    Room 420

EDUC 565
Children's Literature in a Balanced Reading Program (A Focus on Grades 3-8)
[A] (3)

  • 01/T/4:45-6:45
    Judith Leipzig
    Room 407

EDUC 567
Teaching Reading and Writing in the Content Areas for Elementary and Middle-School Classrooms
[S] (3)

  • 01/T/7:00-9:00
    Bernadette Anand
    Room 711

EDUC 568
Teaching Literacy in the Elementary Grades (Grades 2-6)
[F, S] (3)

  • 01/T/7:00-9:00
    Elizabeth Henley
    Room 421

EDUC 570
Writing Workshop for Middle Schools
[S] (1)

  • 01/M/4:45-6:45
    Susan Ruskin-Mayher
    (Dates: 1/23, 1/30, 2/6, 2/13, 2/27, 3/5)
    Room 423

EDUC 573
Storytelling with Children
[F, S] (1)

  • 01/Th/4:45-6:45
    Nina Jaffe
    (Dates: 3/1, 3/15, 3/22, 3/29, 4/5)
    Room 405

EDUC 576
Writing in the Elementary Grades
[F, S] (2)

  • 01/M/7:00-9:00
    Lynne Einbender
    Room 422

EDUC 590
Arts Workshop for Teachers (Grades N-6)
[F, S, S2] (2)

  • 01/M/4:45-6:45 [SECTION CLOSED]
    Maria Richa

    Room 306
  • 02/T/4:45-6:45
    Ann-Marie Mott
    Room 306
  • 03/T/7:00-9:00
    Ellen Wong
    Room 306

EDUC 591
Music and Movement: Multicultural and Developmental Approaches in Diverse and Inclusive Settings (Grades N-6)
[A] (2)

  • 01/M/7:00-9:00
    Nina Jaffe
    Children's Dining Room (CDR)

EDUC 600
Comparative Migration Experiences and Cultural Perspectives of Immigrant Groups
[Jan, S] (1)

  • 02/M/4:45-6:45
    Dania Cheddie
    (Dates: 1/23, 1/30, 2/6, 2/13, 2/27)
    (Note: This section will put particular emphasis on issues of families and children with special needs.)
    Room 420

EDUC 604
Family, Child, and Teacher Interaction in Diverse and Inclusive Educational Settings
[A] (2)

  • 01/Th/4:45-6:45
    Adrianne Kamsler
    Room 407

EDUC 605
Designing and Managing Classroom Environments for Children and Youth with Special Needs (Grades K and up)
[F, S1] (3)

  • 01/Th/7:00-9:00 [SECTION CLOSED]
    Pamela Jones

    Room 709

EDUC 607
Group Processes in the Middle School
[S] (1)

  • 01/Th/7:00-9:00
    Harriet Lenk
    (Dates: 2/23, 3/1, 3/8, 3/15, 3/22, 3/29)
    Room 420

EDUC 609
Classroom Management and Discipline in a Supportive Environment
[S] (1)

  • 01/W/7:00-9:00
    Cathleen Wiggins
    (Dates: 1/18, 1/25, 2/1, 2/8, 2/15)
    Room 709

EDUC 614
Exhibition Development and Evaluation
[S] (2)
(for matriculated Museum Education students or by permission of the program director)

  • 01/T/1:30-3:30
    Paul Orselli
    Room 706

EDUC 618
Working with All Children and Families: An Introduction
[Jan, S] (1)

  • 02/M-Th/5:00-7:30
    Sue Carbary; Minna Immerman (Note: This course happens in May, after the term ends.)
    (Dates: 5/14, 5/15, 5/16, 5/17)
    Room 711

EDUC 629
Education of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Assessment and Educational Intervention
[S, S1] (1)

  • 01/Th/4:45-6:45
    Minna Immerman
    (Dates: 1/19, 1/26, 2/2, 2/9, 2/16, 3/8)
    (Note: This is a blended online course. It will meet face-to-face on 1/19, 2/16, and 3/8. There will be synchronous, online live classroom sessions on Epsilen on 1/26, 2/2, and 2/9.)
    Room 405

EDUC 651
Special Special Study: Strategies for Language and Concept Development
[S] (1)
(Note: Register for this section in order to take the Language Series for credit.)

  • DL/Sat/8:30-1:30
    Speakers
    (Dates: 1/21, 1/28, 2/4)
    Tabas Auditorium

EDUC 651
Special Study: Learning Practice and Theory: Making the Connection
[S] (6)
(for Urban Education Semester students only)

  • UE/W/8:30-12:00
    Maggie DeLuca
    Various Rooms

EDUC 801
The World of the Infant: The First Year of Life
[S] (3)
(prerequisite: EDUC 500 or EDUC 800)

  • 01/Th/4:45-6:45
    Raquel Plotka
    Room 423

EDUC 803
Developmental Variations
[A] (2)
(prerequisite: EDUC 500 or EDUC 501 or EDUC 800 or by permission of the instructor and advisor)

  • D1/Th/7:00-9:00
    Lisa Fischler
    (Dates: 1/19, 2/9, 3/8, 4/26)
    (Note: This section is fully online with synchronous, live classroom sessions on the dates and times listed.)
  • 02/M/7:00-9:00
    Tamara Sewell
    Room 423
  • 03/T/4:45-6:45
    Minna Immerman
    Room 711
  • 04/T/7:00-9:00
    Sean O’Shea
    Room 710

EDUC 805
Developmental Variations II: Emotional and Behavioral Issues
[S] (2)
(prerequisites: EDUC 500 or EDUC 501 or EDUC 800; and EDUC 803 )

  • 01/W/7:00-9:00 [SECTION CLOSED]
    Valentine Burr

    Room 706

EDUC 807
Communication Disorders in School Age Children
[F, S, S2] (2)
(prerequisite: EDUC 505 or EDUC 561 and EDUC 870)

  • 01/T/4:45-6:45
    Mimi Rosenberg
    Room 406

EDUC 808
The Study of Children in Diverse & Inclusive Educational Settings through Observation and Recording
[F, S] (3) (prerequisite: EDUC 500 or EDUC 800 or by permission of the instructor)

  • 01/M/4:45-6:45
    Jean Mandelbaum
    Room 422
  • 02/W/7:00-9:00
    Ellen Wong
    Room 710
  • 03/T/4:45-6:45
    Marian Howard
    Room 709
  • 04/Th/7:00-9:00
    Nancy McKeever
    Room 407

EDUC 812
Advocacy & Collaboration in School & Community
[S] (1)

  • 01/M/4:45-6:45 [SECTION CLOSED]
    Greg Cangiano
    (Dates: 3/5, 3/12, 3/19, 3/26, 4/2)

    Room 420

EDUC 815
Seminar in Museum Education II
[S] (2)
(prerequisite: EDUC 533)
(for matriculated Museum Education students or by permission of the program director)

  • 01/T/10:00 am-12:00 pm
    Marian Howard
    Room 706

EDUC 823
Play Techniques for Early Childhood Settings
[F, S] (1)
(prerequisite: EDUC 803)

  • 01/W/7:00-9:00
    Tamara Sewell
    (Dates: 3/7, 3/14, 3/21, 3/28, 4/4)
    Room 204

EDUC 860
Reading and Writing Problems of Children and Youth with Special Needs
[F, S] (3)
(prerequisites: EDUC 505 and EDUC 563 or EDUC 568, or by permission of the instructor.)

  • 01/M/7:00-9:00
    Denise Callaway
    Room 709
  • 02/Th/4:45-6:45 [SECTION CLOSED]
    Janis Arno

    Room 711

EDUC 862
Formal Testing: Observation and Assessment
[F, S1, S2] (3)
(prerequisite: EDUC 860)

  • 01/T/7:00-9:00
    Pamela Schneider
    Room 407

EDUC 863
Collaboration and Differentiation in the Instruction of Students with Learning Problems
[F, S] (3)
(prerequisite: EDUC 860 and supervised fieldwork)

  • 01/T/4:45-6:45 [SECTION CLOSED]
    Sarah Charles Gilbert Tilston;
    Kristen Kaelin

    Room 405
  • 02/T/4:45-6:45 [SECTION CLOSED]
    Maura Griffin; Harper Keenan

    Room 420

EDUC 866
A Developmental Interaction Approach to Teaching Geography in the Upper-Elementary Grades
[S] (1) (prerequisite: EDUC 510 or EDUC 514)

  • 01/F: 5:00-8:00/Sat: 9:00-5:00
    Ellen McCrum
    (Dates: 4/20, 4/21)
    Room 406

EDUC 867
The Teacher’s Role in the Development of Reading Comprehension: Strategic Teaching (Grades K-6)
[S, S1, S2] (1) (prerequisite: EDUC 563 or EDUC 567 or EDUC 568 or by permission of instructor.)

  • 01/T/7:00- 9:00
    Susan Stires
    (Dates: 3/13, 3/20, 3/27, 4/3, 4/17)
    Room 405

EDUC 868
Current Topics in Reading and Writing Difficulties in Multicultural Classrooms: Approaches to Decoding
[F, S] (2) (prerequisite: EDUC 860)

  • 01/Th/7:00-9:00
    Ellie Costa
    Room 422

EDUC 869
Early Language and Literacy in Sociocultural Contexts: Supporting Development and Adapting for Disability
[F, S] (2) (prerequisite: EDUC 500 or EDUC 800; pre- or corequisite: EDUC 505)

  • 01/T/4:45-6:45
    Margaret Blachly; Andrea Fonseca
    Room 424
  • 02/W/7:00-9:00
    Arelis Javier
    Room 424

EDUC 870
The Teaching of English as a Second Language
[S] (2)
(prerequisites: EDUC 537 and EDUC 561 or permission of instructor.)

  • 01/T/7:00-9:00
    Katharine Mora
    Room 319

EDUC 871
Writing Case/Progress Reports
[F, S] (1)
(corequisite: EDUC 941 or EDUC 942)

  • 01/W/7:00-9:00
    Mollie Welsh Kruger
    (Dates: 2/29, 3/14, 3/28, 4/18, 5/2)
    Room 709

EDUC 880
Insights from Occupational Therapy: Understanding Children's Sensory-Motor Development
[F, S] (1)
(pre- or corequisite: EDUC 892)

  • 01/W/7:00-9:00
    Kirsten DeBear
    (Dates: 1/18, 1/25, 2/1, 2/8, 2/15)
    Children's Dining Room (CDR)

EDUC 891
Practicum in Developmental Assessment of Infants and Toddlers
[F, S] (3) (prerequisites: EDUC 801 and EDUC 802.)

  • 01/M/4:45-6:45
    Marjorie Brickley
    Room 424

EDUC 893
Developmental Systems II: Approaches to Early Childhood Assessment
[S] (2)
(prerequisites: EDUC 892 and EDUC 894.)

  • 01/M/4:45-6:45 [SECTION CLOSED]
    Nilda Bayron-Resnick

    Room 711
  • 02/M/4:45-6:45
    Marilyn Bisberg
    Room 710

EDUC 895
Early Childhood Practicum II: Collaboration with Families and Colleagues About the Cycle of Assessment, Planning, and Instruction
[S] (2)
(prerequisite: EDUC 894; pre or corequisite: EDUC 891 or EDUC 893.)

  • 01/M/7:00-9:00
    Sue Carbary
    Room 711
  • 02/M/7:00-9:00
    Carmen Colon
    Room 406
  • 03/M/7:00-9:00
    Alanna Navitski
    Room 405

EDUC 941
Teaching Literacy Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)
(pre- or corequisite: EDUC 860)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 942
Childhood General Education and Teaching Literacy Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)
(pre- or corequisite: EDUC 860)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 946
Curriculum and Instruction Supervised Fieldwork/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 950
Clinical Experiences and Supervised Fieldwork I and II: Children in Health Care Settings
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/6:30-8:30
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 953
Infant and Family Development and Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 954
Infant and Family Development and Early Intervention Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 955
Early Childhood General Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 956
Childhood General Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 957
Middle School General Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 958
Early Childhood and Childhood General Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 960
Dual Language/ Bilingual Early Childhood General Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 961
Dual Language/ Bilingual Childhood General Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 962
Dual Language/ Bilingual Middle School General Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 963
Early Childhood Special and General Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 964
Childhood Special and General Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 965
Middle School Special and General Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 966
Dual Language/ Bilingual Early Childhood Special and General Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 967
Dual Language/ Bilingual Childhood Special and General Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 968
Dual Language/ Bilingual Middle School Special and General Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 970
Early Childhood Special Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 971
Childhood Special Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 972
Middle School Special Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 973
Dual Language/Bilingual Early Childhood Special Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 974
Dual Language/Bilingual Childhood Special Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 975
Dual Language/Bilingual Middle School Special Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 980
Childhood General and Museum Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Museum Internship/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 981
Middle School General and Museum Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Museum Internship/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 982
Museum Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

EDUC 990
Extended Field Experiences with Diverse Learners (for students completing fieldwork as student teachers)
[F, S] (0)

  • 01/ N/A / N/A
    N/A

EDUC 991 [COURSE CANCELED]
Integrative Seminar in High Needs Educational Settings: Extended Field Experiences (for general teacher education employed teachers, assistants, and interns) [S, S1, S2] (1)

  • 01/Th / 4:45-6:45
    Harriet Lenk
    (Dates: 2/16, 3/1, 3/15, 4/5, 4/26)
    Room 420

GSTD 960
Studies in Education Supervised Fieldwork/ Student Teaching/ Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/4:45-6:45
    Faculty Advisors

LEAD 561
Supervising and Supporting Literacy Instruction in Diverse Settings
[2/ S] (1)

  • 01/M/4:45-6:45
    Peggy McNamara
    (Dates: 1/23, 1/30, 2/13, 3/12, 4/2, 4/23)
    Room 406

Child Life


EDUC 621
Introduction to Child Life Documentation
[S] (3)
(prerequisite: EDUC 500; EDUC 821 and corequisite: EDUC 822)(for Child Life students only or by permission of the program director)

  • 01/Th/7:00-9:00
    Michelle Brauntuch

    Room 405

EDUC 822
Children with Special Health Care Needs: In the Hospital, at Home, and in School
[S] (3)
(prerequisite: EDUC 821)

  • 01/T/4:45-6:45
    Troy Pinkney-Ragsdale
    Room 422

EDUC 828
Loss in Children's Lives: Implications for Schools, Hospitals, and Home
[S] (3)
(prerequisite: EDUC 500)

  • 01/T/7:00-9:00
    Sharon Granville
    Room 423

LEAD 825
Child Life Program Development and Administration
[S] (3)
(prerequisites: EDUC 822 and EDUC 950)

  • 01/T/7:00-9:00
    Gloria Mattera
    Room 424

EDUC 950
Clinical Experiences and Supervised Fieldwork I and II: Children in Health Care Settings
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/6:30-8:30
    Faculty Advisors

Leadership for Educational Change


LEAD 530
Education Policy, Advocacy, and the Law
[S] (3)

  • 01/T/7:00-9:00
    Ron Woo
    Room 709

LEAD 615
Processes of Supervision and Professional Development
[S, S2] (3)

  • 01/Th/7:00-9:00
    Gil Schmerler
    Room 711

LEAD 770
Professional Seminar
[S] (3)

  • 01/T/7:00-9:00
    Rachel Seher; Alisa Algava
    Room 406

LEAD 900
Leadership for Educational Change Supervised Fieldwork/Advisement
[F, S] (6)

  • 01/W/7:00-9:00
    Faculty Advisors

Leadership in Community-Based Learning


LEAD 615 [NEW SECTION]
Processes of Supervision and Professional Development
[S, S2] (3)

  • 02/M/7:00-9:00
    Edward Gonzalez-Novoa

    Room 424

LEAD 985
Community-Based Leadership Supervised Fieldwork/Advisement
[F, S] (3)

  • 01/See Advisor/See Advisor
    Faculty Advisors

Autism Spectrum Annotation


EDUC 600
Comparative Migration Experiences and Cultural Perspectives of Immigrant Groups
[Jan, S] (1)

  • 02/M/4:45-6:45
    Dania Cheddie
    (Dates: 1/23, 1/30, 2/6, 2/13, 2/27)
    (Note: This section will put particular emphasis on issues of families and children with special needs.)
    Room 420

EDUC 812
Advocacy & Collaboration in School & Community
[S] (1)

  • 01/M/4:45-6:45
    Greg Cangiano
    (Dates: 3/5, 3/12, 3/19, 3/26, 4/2)
    Room 420

Principals Institute

** Courses available only to Principals Institute students


Cohort 26

LEAD 615
Processes of Supervision and Professional Development (Cohort 26)
[S, S2] (3)

  • P1/M/5:00-7:00
    Mary Ann Hawthorne
    Bank Street North

LEAD 872
Special Education Leadership II: Leading Inclusive Communities of Learners (Cohort 26)
(3)

  • P1/M/7:15-9:15
    Ellis Scope
    Bank Street North

LEAD 912
Principals Institute Supervised Fieldwork/Advisement (Cohort 26)
(2)

  • P1/W/5:00-7:00
    Faculty Advisors
    Bank Street North

LEAD 913
Practicum in Urban School Leadership (Cohort 26)
[F, S] (1)

  • P1/W/7:15-9:15
    Faculty Advisors
    Bank Street North

Cohort 27

LEAD 510
Leadership in Curriculum and Instruction (Cohort 27)
(3)

  • P1/Th/5:00-7:00
    Roberta Kirshbaum
    Bank Street North

LEAD 660
Research for Educational Change (Cohort 27)
(3)

  • P1/Th/7:15-9:15
    Rachel Seher
    Bank Street North

LEAD 912
Principals Institute Supervised Fieldwork/Advisement (Cohort 27)
(2)

  • P2/W/5:00-7:00
    Faculty Advisors
    Bank Street North

Cohort 28

LEAD 503
Adult Development: Implications for Educational Leadership (Cohort 28)
[S] (3)

  • P1/T/7:15-9:15
    Mayra Bloom
    Bank Street North

LEAD 537
Organizational Development: Implications for Educational Leadership (Cohort 28)
(3)

  • P1/T/5:00-7:00
    Peter McFarlane
    Bank Street North

LEAD 912
Principals Institute Supervised Fieldwork/Advisement (Cohort 28)
(2)

  • P3/W/5:00-7:00
    Faculty Advisors
    Bank Street North

Leadership in Museum Education

** Courses available only to Museum Education students


LEAD 616
Museum Management I: Organizational Development
(2)
(for Museum Leadership students only or by permission of the instructor)

  • 01/F: 4:00-9:00 / Sat: 9:00-5:00
    Maureen Robinson; Don Bacigalupi
    (Dates: 2/10, 2/11)
    Room 711

LEAD 617
Museum Management II: Marketing and Audience Development
[2/S] (1)
(for Museum Leadership students only or by permission of the instructor)

  • 01/F: 4:00-9:00 / Sat: 9:00-5:00
    Donna Walker-Kuhne
    (Dates: 3/2, 3/3)
    Room 711

LEAD 618
Museum Management III: Professional Development
[2/S] (1)
(for Museum Leadership students only or by permission of the instructor)

  • 01/F: 4:00-9:00 /Sat: 9:00-5:00
    Lois Silverman; Sally Yerkovitch
    (Dates: 5/11, 5/12)
    Room 711

LEAD 619
Museum Management IV: Fundraising and Proposal Development
[2/S] (2)
(for Museum Leadership students only or by permission of the instructor)

  • 01/F: 4:00-9:00 /Sat: 9:00-5:00
    Anne Bergeron
    (Dates: 1/13, 1/14)
    Room 711

LEAD 950
Museum Leadership Supervised Fieldwork/Advisement
[F, S] (2)

  • 01/See Advisor/See Advisor
    Faculty Advisors

LEAD 954
Museum Leadership Seminar IV: Selected Topics in Community, Culture and Policy
[2/S] (1)
(for Museum Leadership students only or by permission of the instructor)

  • 01/F: 4:00-9:00 / Sat: 9:00-5:00
    Kent Chabotar; Janet Waterston
    (Dates: 4/13; 4/14)
    Room 711

Future School Leaders Academy

** Courses available only to FSLA students


LEAD 534
Foundations of Educational Leadership: Adult Development
[2/S] (1)

  • F1/Sat/9:00 am-12:30 pm
    Judith Leipzig
    (Dates: 3/3, 3/31, 4/28)
    Room 423

LEAD 615
Processes of Supervision and Professional Development
[2/S] (3)

  • F1/Th/4:00-6:00
    Tom Higgins; Joan Thompson
    BOCES

LEAD 862
Leading a School District II
[2/S] (1)

  • F1/Th/6:30-8:30
    John Chambers
    BOCES

LEAD 906
Future School Leaders Academy Supervised Fieldwork/Advisement
[F, S] (1.5)

  • F1/Sat/Various
    Faculty Advisors
    (Dates: 3/3, 4/28)
    Rooms 423, 424, 408/409

Kerlin Science Institute

** Courses available only to Kerlin Science Institute fellows


EDUC 851
Practicum in Teaching Science II
[S] (3)
(prerequisite: NSCI 500 and EDUC 850) (for Kerlin Science Fellows only)

  • 01/Th; F/4:45-6:45
    Jenny Ingber; Hudson Roditi
    (Dates: 1/26)
    1/26: Room 420


School District Leadership

** Courses available only to SDL students


LEAD 864
Leading a School District IV
[2/S] (1)

  • 01/F: 4:45-7:45/ Sat: 9:00-4:00
    Ken Grover
    (Dates: 3/2, 3/3)
    F: Room 710; Sat: Room 709

LEAD 870
Special Education Leadership: The District Perspective
[2/F, S] (1)

  • 01/F: 4:45-7:45/ Sat: 9:00-4:00
    Ken Grover
    (Dates: 1/27, 1/28)
    F: Room 710; Sat: Room 709

LEAD 908
School District Leadership Supervised Fieldwork/Advisement
[F, S] (3)

  • 01/See Advisor/ See Advisor
    Carol Choye


Early Childhood Leadership


LEAD 831
Early Childhood Leadership Practicum in Organizational Development
[S] (3)
(prerequisite: LEAD 535)

  • 01/See Advisor/See Advisor
    Faculty Advisors

LEAD 930
Early Childhood Leadership Supervised Fieldwork/Advisement
[F, S] (4)

  • 01/See Advisor/See Advisor
    Faculty Advisors

Leadership in the Arts


LEAD 910
Leadership in the Arts Supervised Fieldwork/Advisement
[F, S] (3)

  • 01/See Advisor/See Advisor
    Faculty Advisors

Leadership in Mathematics Education


LEAD 940
Mathematics Supervised Fieldwork/Advisement
[S] (3)
(for Leadership in Mathematics Education students only )

  • 01/See Advisor/See Advisor
    Faculty Advisors

Key for terms offered*:

  • A: offered all terms (fall, spring, summer 1 and summer 2)*
  • F: offered fall term
  • S: offered spring term
  • Jan: offered January term
  • S1: offered summer 1 term
  • S2: offered summer 2 term
  • S1-S2: offered across summer 1 and 2 terms
  • 2/S: offered every other spring term
  • 2/F: offered every other fall term
  • 2/S1: offered every other summer 1 term
  • 2/S2: offered every other summer 2 term
  • 3/S2: offered every third summer 2 term
  • (program only): offered this term for a specific program cohort only

*Every effort is made to offer courses as listed. Offerings are subject to change.*

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