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School of Education

Welcome to the School of Education!

Kenneth Gold, Interim Dean


News & Events

Student Teaching Applications for the fall 2014 semester are now open onTk-20.  Applications can be found by clicking the Application Tab, then clicking on Createchoose the appropriate application from the drop down box.  Application and essay are due no later than March 31, 2014.  Student teaching interviews will be held in April.   After you submit your application, call or see Joanne German to schedule your interview  -982-3715, 3S-209. 


Upcoming SLS/Education Advisement Session –  Attend this important advisement session regarding SLS and education requirements – By attending, your CUNY Hold (stop) will be removed thus allowing you to register.   

When: Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Time:  2:30 – 4:00 PM

Place: 1P – Lecture Hall

 


Submitting Your edTPA Through Tk20

We've created a YouTube video—along with supplemental materials and links to more info—to help you use Tk20 to submit your edTPA portfolio to either you CSI seminar instructor or to Pearson for your teacher ceritification.  So, grab some popcorn, kick back, and enjoy the show!

Mission Statement

In the tradition of CUNY’s commitment to access and excellence, the primary purpose of the School of Education at CSI is to prepare educators who are dedicated to improving education. Improving education requires that teachers and school leaders possess intellectual autonomy and professional responsibility.

Intellectual autonomy is the ability to generate ideas in ways that are influenced but not constrained by the thinking of others. It involves continuous examination of beliefs, values, methods, practices, and approaches to learning and learners.

Professional responsibility is the ability to understand the obligations of the education profession and act in ways that are in accordance with it.

You can read more about these on the Goals & Objectives page.

Accreditation

The College of Staten's School of Education is fully accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE, soon to be changed to CAEP). Details are given in the most recent letter of accreditation renewal and report summary.