The Barnard College Education Program serves undergraduates from Barnard and Columbia in obtaining initial certification to teach in Education Grades 1-12. Our program has a focus on social justice and works with student teachers to develop and implement curricular and pedagogical strategies to enact social justice goals in the classroom.
Teaching 1 section (3-4 students) of the course Student Teaching/Urban Schools BC3063. This section will be for student teachers seeking NYS Childhood (Grades 1-6) Certification.
Required Qualification Summary:
At least 4 years teaching experience in urban public elementary school classrooms.
Interest and working knowledge of social justice issues in education.
At least a Master's Degree.
Working knowledge of certification requirements in NYS including edTPA.
Must be available during school hours to observe each student teacher three times during the semester.
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