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  • Molloy College: Progression Policy
    Off Campus Programs Course Search International Education Honors Program Molloy Faculty and Staff Employee Email Login Academic Services Student Solution Center Student s Right to Know JET Library Experiential Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Educational spiritual and personal growth Childhood Education Adolescence Education Childhood Early Childhood Adolescence Special Education Academics Undergraduate Programs Education Progression Policy Progression Policy The program consists of the Apprentice Semester the Pre Professional Semester and the Professional Semester commencing in spring of the junior year Teacher candidates must continue to demonstrate an acceptable level of written and oral English skills to advance to the next semester Referrals to the Writing Lab will be made on an individual basis During the Apprentice Semester teacher candidates are required to attend two on campus supervised seminars Teacher candidates Baccalaureate Program 4 year must earn a minimum grade of C in all education courses and maintain a minimum cumulative average of 2 75 in their Education courses A positive evaluation Baccalaureate Program 4 year must be received from the Apprentice Semester field observation experience co requisite of EDU 329 in order to receive a grade and progress to the Pre Professional Semester It is the teacher candidate s responsibility to ensure that the written evaluation from the Field Placement experience is collected in a timely manner and submitted to the instructor of EDU 329 by the announced due date or a grade of Incomplete will be assigned A positive evaluation from both the college supervisor for the Pre Professional Semester and the Field Placement teacher must be received in order to be recommended for progression to the Professional Semester Positive evaluations must be received from both the college supervisor for the Professional Semester and the Field Placement teachers in order to be recommended for New York State initial teaching certification Workshops in training for identification of child abuse and neglect and violence prevention and intervention must be completed for the state certification All teacher candidates must be fingerprinted as required by the New York State Education Department Teacher candidates are required to attend a minimum of two professional workshops per semester A written critique of the workshops must be submitted as evidence of attendance Candidates who begin the Apprentice Semester of the Dual Degree Program 5 year and do not meet progression criteria may opt to transfer into the Baccalaureate Program 4 year provided they meet the program criteria If these

    Original URL path: http://www.molloy.edu/academics/undergraduate-programs/education/progression-policy (2016-02-13)
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  • Molloy College: Academic Standards and Requirements
    value centered curriculum and pedagogy Ethics and spirituality Intellectual curiosity Independence and risk taking while promoting collective identity and responsibility Diversity multiculturalism and pluralism including divergent thinking Passion for teaching Commitment to students and their communities Civic responsibility through the promotion of social justice and interdependence Commitment to democracy For the Molloy community teaching when performed with integrity and compassion is both spiritual and transformative Molloy teachers are characterized by their depth and breadth of knowledge in the academic content areas and in professional education their ability to engage others as a community of learners their enthusiasm for teaching and their commitment to become reflective practitioners as well as life long learners Therefore the Molloy graduate can be described as a values based professional helping students or groups of students to Clarify for themselves the nature of their own questions in terms they can pursue Interpret their findings in relation to other knowledge they have generated Pursue a course of action grounded in study contemplation and reflection To meet the vision of the Division of Education Molloy College seeks to Identify recruit and retain faculty who are eager to represent support and promote the shared vision and purpose of the professional education program Collaborate with arts and sciences faculty who are committed to these proficiencies in developing a strong content foundation for teacher candidates Partner with Pre K to 12 schools to collaboratively design teacher education programs coursework and field experiences Develop comprehensive opportunities for our candidates to assimilate the core values as they become exemplary teachers of knowledge skills and values dispositions Regularly assess core values and the programs based on them for continued growth and excellence Utilize the appropriate technology for data collection and strategic planning Embrace diversity and the quest for social justice Integrate relevant and responsible technology into all professional activities The program goals of the Molloy College Division of Education are categorized as the knowledge skills and dispositions which impact on student learning outcomes The Molloy College Division of Education s benchmark performances and assessments are aligned with New York State Education Department standards for teacher performance as well as the specific standards of the following professional associations Association for Childhood Education International National Council for Social Studies National Council of Teachers of English National Council of Teachers of Mathematics National Council for Social Studies National Science Teachers Association Council for Exceptional Children TESOL Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages For candidates who are new to the teaching profession and who are enrolled in programs leading to initial certification an innovative course of study which is sufficiently flexible to benefit the adult learner is provided These candidates who are changing careers or returning to teaching acquire a pedagogical knowledge base on which to continuously build effective teaching skills and strategies and learn how to become effective classroom facilitators who meet students diverse needs This program encourages learning from observation participation and research in order to ascertain best practices Field experience culminating in full time

    Original URL path: http://www.molloy.edu/academics/undergraduate-programs/education/academic-standards-and-requirements (2016-02-13)
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  • Molloy College: Education Division Gainful Employment Disclosure
    Faculty and Staff Employee Email Login Academic Services Student Solution Center Student s Right to Know JET Library Experiential Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Educating minds and changing lives Childhood Education Adolescence Education Childhood Early Childhood Adolescence Special Education Academics Undergraduate Programs Education Education Division Gainful Employment Disclosure Education Division Gainful Employment Disclosure U S Department of Education Gainful Employment Disclosure Information Division of Education Post Master s Certificate Programs TESOL PK 12 Teaching students in childhood education 1 6 Teaching students in childhood education 7 12 Teaching students with disabilities in childhood education 1 6 Teaching students with disabilities in adolescence education 7 12 in the following subject areas Biology English Mathematics Social Studies and Spanish Post Master s certificate completion rate past 5 years 2008 2013 is 42 Tuition and fees Books and supplies Estimated books and supplies cost 1 438 Job placement counseling is available to all students through the Department of Career Services Employment rate for graduates of this program is 95 Median loan debt incurred is 0 The percentage of students who were in the program in 2008 and completed the program by 2013 This number does not reflect students who earned NYS certification during this

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  • Molloy College: TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)
    Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Be inspired by our challenging curriculum Childhood Education Adolescence Education Childhood Early Childhood Adolescence Special Education Academics Undergraduate Programs Education TESOL TESOL Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Why TESOL Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Education for English language learners ELLs is rapidly changing in New York State No longer will these students only be served in segregated stand alone or pullout English as a second language ESL programs New regulations effective Fall 2015 not only have established a new program English as a New Language ENL an integrated model of instruction in which instructional time for ELLs must be supported in regular education classes but have also established biliteracy as a main goal for all students Why is TESOL certification or a bilingual extension an important choice for your teaching career Program changes in New York State for ELLs have prompted an increase in the need for dually certified TESOL teachers or certified teachers with a bilingual extension such as those teachers with the following Childhood and TESOL Childhood with a Bilingual Extension English Language Arts and TESOL Mathematics and TESOL Mathematics with a Bilingual Extension Many college students embarking on a career

    Original URL path: http://www.molloy.edu/academics/undergraduate-programs/education/tesol (2016-02-13)
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  • Molloy College: English Language Arts (ELA) Advisory Board
    Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Educational spiritual and personal growth Childhood Education Adolescence Education Childhood Early Childhood Adolescence Special Education Academics Undergraduate Programs Education English Language Arts Advisory Board English Language Arts ELA Advisory Board The Division of Education of Molloy College has established an English Language Arts Advisory Board to help improve ELA education To this end it offers professional development by presenting topics of interest for teachers in the areas of English Language Arts The Advisory Board consists of ELA teachers and supervisors from schools located throughout Long Island and New York City Molloy College recognizes this endeavor as part of its mission to serve the education community For more information contact Dr Vicky Giouroukakis Chair ELA Advisory Board Associate Professor of English Education and TESOL Division of Education Molloy College 1000 Hempstead Avenue Rockville Centre New York 11571 Tel 516 323 3125 Various workshops and Institutes are offered in the spring and summer at both our Rockville Centre and Suffolk Center locations In addition graduate degree programs in English Language Arts are also offered For more information on these programs visit the Summer Institutes for Teachers Graduate Degree ELA Programs The ELA Advisory Board s Mission Statement 1 Form partnerships and promote cooperation and interaction with school districts in Long Island and New York City 2 Serve in an advisory capacity to make the services provided by the higher education programs congruent with the needs of K 12 ELA 3 Maintain a high quality academic program by generating input and incorporating expertise from English Language Arts Education professionals outside the College 4 Increase the flow of information and knowledge regarding availability of resources to meet the needs of ELA students and educators in community school districts 5 Encourage K 12 ELA educators to apply and participate in formal and informal programs coursework and conferences 6 Serve the diverse student population in school districts by providing quality in service teacher candidates or certified teachers who are trained through their Molloy coursework in teaching diverse populations 7 Promote Molloy College as a way to meet pre service in service and professional development goals Membership Requirements Members must be involved in the fields of English English Education or Education Members will be expected to commit to serve on the board for at least one year Members will agree to attend one meeting per semester Possible English Education Advisory Board Projects Coursework meetings

    Original URL path: http://www.molloy.edu/academics/undergraduate-programs/education/english-language-arts-advisory-board (2016-02-13)
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  • Molloy College: Events
    Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Educational spiritual and personal growth Childhood Education Adolescence Education Childhood Early Childhood Adolescence Special Education Academics Undergraduate Programs Education Events Events Molloy College is pleased to invite you to our 2014 Early Childhood conference entitled Young Children and the Arts sponsored by the Division of Education The conference will take place on Friday April 11 from 9 a m to 2 30 p m in the Madison Theatre The focus of this fourth annual early childhood conference is on young children and the arts as an integral part of healthy development a window to learn about the world around them and a vehicle for creativity expression and healing This annual event brings together students educators discipline experts and the general public to share information and resources on topics related to working with young children Register here for the free conference This conference meets five 5 hours of NYS Office of Children Family Services OCFS training requirements and counts as one or two Molloy sponsored workshops for Education majors Please direct any questions to sradowitz molloy edu Congratulations to Dr Vicky Giouroukakis of the Division of Education who has published her second book co authored with Dr Maureen Connolly of the Mineola Public School District The title of the book is Getting to the Core of

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  • Molloy College: Division of Education Faculty and Staff
    at Molloy Academics Message from VP Academic Affairs Degrees Offered Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Doctoral Programs Continuing Education Flexible Learning Opportunities Undergraduate Minors Off Campus Programs Course Search International Education Honors Program Molloy Faculty and Staff Employee Email Login Academic Services Student Solution Center Student s Right to Know JET Library Experiential Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Leadership through service Childhood Education Adolescence Education Childhood Early Childhood Adolescence Special Education Academics Undergraduate Programs Education Education Faculty and Staff Division of Education Faculty and Staff Undergraduate Kellenberg Room 217 Phone 516 323 3110 Fax 516 256 2272 Maureen T Walsh Ed D Dean and Professor 516 323 3111 mwalsh molloy edu Sam Carpentier Ed D Associate Dean and Director of Undergraduate Programs Professor 516 323 3114 scarpentier molloy edu Full Time Faculty Michelle Chamblin Ed D Associate Professor 516 323 3122 mchamblin molloy edu Audrey Cohan Ed D Professor 516 323 3123 acohan molloy edu Maria Esposito Ed D Instructor 516 323 3124 mesposito molloy edu Linda Kraemer Ed D Associate Professor 516 323 3126 lkraemer molloy edu Kevin Sheehan Ed D Assistant Professor 516 323 3129 ksheehan molloy edu Ingrid Spatt Ed D Associate Professor 516 323 3128 ispatt molloy edu Mubina Schroeder Ed D Candidate mshroeder molloy edu Part Time Faculty Irene Diller M S Instructor idiller molloy edu Karen P Gilligan M S Instructor kgilligan molloy edu Rickey Moroney M S Instructor rmoroney molloy edu Ann Pry M S Instructor apry molloy edu Sherry Radowitz Ph D Adjunct Assistant Professor and Early Childhood Consultant sradowitz molloy edu Charolotte Rosenzweig Ed D Assistant Professor crosenzweig molloy edu John Salvato M A Instructor jsalvato molloy edu David Sills M A M S Assistant Professor and Advisor 516 323 3133 dsills molloy edu Linda Zaratin M S Instructor lzaratin molloy edu Paul Zaratin M S Instructor pzaratin molloy edu Staff Carole Gerrity M S Lab Associate Education Computer Lab 516 323 3136 cgerrity molloy edu Ellen Harold B A Administrative Assistant Data Manager Lab Associate Education Computer Lab 516 323 3113 eharold molloy edu Rickey Moroney M S Lab Associate Education Computer Lab 516 323 3137 rmoroney molloy edu Explore About the Education Division About the Program Admission Policy Mission and Goals Dispositions for Teaching Progression Policy Academic Standards and Requirements Childhood Special Education Programs Childhood Early Childhood Childhood Special Education Adolescence Education Adolescence Special Education Education Division Gainful Employment Disclosure TESOL

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  • Molloy College: Education Division Faculty Biographies
    Contact Molloy Giving To Molloy Careers at Molloy Academics Message from VP Academic Affairs Degrees Offered Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Doctoral Programs Continuing Education Flexible Learning Opportunities Undergraduate Minors Off Campus Programs Course Search International Education Honors Program Molloy Faculty and Staff Employee Email Login Academic Services Student Solution Center Student s Right to Know JET Library Experiential Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Educating minds and changing lives Undergraduate Majors Graduate Degree Programs Degrees Offered Campus Life and Activities Academics Undergraduate Programs Education Education Faculty Bios Education Division Faculty Biographies Maggie Blair Samuel W Carpentier Michelle Chamblin Audrey Cohan Evelyn M Connolly Bernadette Donovan Maria Dove Maria Esposito Edward Farrell Vicky Giouroukakis Barbara Hayes Andrea Honigsfeld Charles F Howlett Linda Kraemer Peter K Lynch Patricia Hinds Mason Jacqueline Nenchin Donna M Newman Joanne O Brien Marjorie S Schiering Kevin Sheehan David Sills Susan A Smith Ingrid A Spatt Maureen Walsh Alexandria Wolochuk Explore About the Education Division About the Program Admission Policy Mission and Goals Dispositions for Teaching Progression Policy Academic Standards and Requirements Childhood Special Education Programs Childhood Early Childhood Childhood Special Education Adolescence Education Adolescence Special Education Education Division Gainful Employment Disclosure TESOL Music Education Education Courses Annual Institutional

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