Jan 26, 2022  
Graduate Catalog 2009-2011 
    
Graduate Catalog 2009-2011 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Numbering System Each course in the curriculum is defined by an alphabetical prefix and a 3-digit number. The 3-digit number indicates the level of study: 500-, 600-, and 700-level courses are graduate courses.

Alphabetical Prefixes The following prefixes are used, preceding the 3-digit number, to designate the field of study. They are listed here alphabetically, with the field and department or program to which they pertain. Specific departments and programs appear alphabetically in the table of contents and the index.

The following course designations  are not in use at Hunter College for currently offered courses.
 

 

Economics

Equivalent courses at other institutions satisfy prerequisite and corequisite requirements.

  
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    ECO 70300 - Macroeconomic Theory


    Determinants of national income, output, employment and price levels, including microeconomic foundations of aggregate consumption, saving, and investment; theories of the business cycle and long-term growth; effects of public policies on employment, inflation and economic growth.

    prereq: ECO 30100 with a grade of B; MATH 15000 and MATH 16000 with average grade of B
    prereq or coreq: MATH 15500
  
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    ECO 71000 - Monetary Theory and Policy


    Factors determining demand for and supply of money; theories of rate of interest; issues of monetary policy.

    prereq: ECO 21000
    prereq or coreq: ECO 70300 and ECO 72100
  
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    ECO 71100 - Banking and Financial Markets


    Factors determining banking and financial structure in US. Issues involving financial crises and bank failure, allocation of financial resources, regulation and competition.

    prereq: ECO 21000
    prereq or coreq: ECO 70300 and ECO 72100
  
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    ECO 71500 - Public Finance


    Principles of taxation and government spending; efficiency and equity trade offs; decentralized public finance and fiscal federalism.

    prereq or coreq: ECO 70100 and ECO 72100
  
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    ECO 72100 - Economic Statistics


    Rigorous statistical foundation for the study of econometrics. Topics include probability theory; asymptotic theory; parameter estimation; hypothesis testing; least squares regression; matrix algebra.

    prereq: ECO 32100 with a grade of B; MATH 15000 and MATH 16000 with an average grade of B
    prereq or coreq: MATH 15500
  
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    ECO 72200 - Econometrics


    Econometric methods for single equation models; ordinary least squares, generalized least squares, and variance estimation; maximum likelihood and limited dependent variables.

    prereq: ECO 72100
    prereq or coreq: MATH 16000
  
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    ECO 72300 - Time Series and Forecasting


    Econometrics of time-series data; application of autoregressive and moving average (ARIMA) models to economic data.

    prereq: ECO 72200
  
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    ECO 72400 - Microeconometrics


    Introduction to advanced econometric techniques commonly used in applied microeconomic research. The topics covered will be panel data, instrumental variables estimation, limited dependent variables, truncated, censored and selected samples, and duration models.

    prereq: ECO 72200
  
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    ECO 72600 - Policy and Program Evaluation


    Econometric techniques for evaluating programs. Topics include randomized experiments, propensity score matching, instrumental variables, difference-in-difference estimates, regression discontinuity models and the ethics of human subject research.  Most of the assignments will be problems sets involving analysis of data using a statistical package and written up in the form of research reports. Estimates 5 reports of 5 pages each. One term paper of 15 pages.



    prereq: ECO 72200 or STAT 70700


    Hours 3
    Credits 3
  
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    ECO 73000 - Economic Development


    Theories of economic development and economic issues of developing countries. Possible topics include the analysis of poverty, inequality, rural financial markets, labor and land markets, trade and environmental policies.

    prereq or coreq: ECO 70100 or ECO 70300, and ECO 72100
  
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    ECO 73200 - Economic Growth


    Investigation of the issue of why some countries become rich while other do not. Study of the factors that contribute to and retard economic growth.

    prereq or coreq: ECO 70100 and ECO 70300
  
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    ECO 73500 - Urban Economics


    Economic analysis of form and functioning of big cities. Analyses of location of economic activity within metropolitan areas and market for land; analyses of major urban policy issues, including housing, transportation, urban poverty, urban public finance.

    prereq or coreq: ECO 70100 and ECO 72100
  
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    ECO 74000 - International Trade: Theory and Policy


    International trade theory and analysis of current economic problems; terms of trade; balance of payments; trade regulations and policies, international financial institutions, foreign aid, regional integration.

    prereq or coreq: ECO 70100 and ECO 72100recommended prereq or coreq: ECO 70300
  
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    ECO 74100 - International Finance


    Examination of the international financial system, models of exchange rate determination, open economy macroeconomics, and international financial markets.

    prereq or coreq: ECO 70100 and ECO 72100
  
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    ECO 74500 - Labor Economics


    Economic theory and research on differences in employment and compensation; effects of demographic characteristics, human capital, labor unions, and income maintenance policies.

    prereq or coreq: ECO 70100 and ECO 72100
  
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    ECO 74800 - Health Economics


    Economic analysis of the health care industry to explain the demand for and supply of medical care. Includes analysis of behavior of consumers, producers, and insurers; and public policies to regulate the industry and to provide services for the poor and elderly.

    prereq or coreq: ECO 70100 and ECO 72100
  
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    ECO 75500 - Industrial Organization


    Product market decisions by firms in monopoly and oligopoly; the boundaries of the firm and vertical integration; applications to antitrust and regulatory policy.

    prereq or coreq: ECO 70100 and ECO 72100
  
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    ECO 75600 - Law and Economics


    A study of economic foundations of law. Topics include the role of property rights and liability rules in the control of externalities, controlling the cost of accidents, the control of criminal behavior, product failure and damage, medical malpractice. Consideration of the economic logic underlying the law.

    prereq or coreq: ECO 70100 and ECO 72100
  
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    ECO 76000 - Financial Economics


    Examination of the models of finance: optimization over time, asset valuation and risk management. Applications to models of asset pricing, including stocks, bonds and options; portfolio selection; and problems in corporate finance including investment analysis and capital structure.

    prereq or coreq: ECO 70100 and ECO 72100
  
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    ECO 76100 - Advanced Concepts in Financial Markets


    Study of the essential techniques of pricing financial derivatives, including the Black-Scholes formula, binomial trees, and risk-neutral valuation methods. Discussion of trading strategies associated with the use of financial derivatives for different purposes, and potential problems that can arise in the application of financial derivatives.

    prereq: ECO 76000
  
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    ECO 76200 - Corporate Governance


    Economic analysis of how institutional arrangements distribute power, authority, and control across different stakeholders of the firm; contractual agreements as a means to render such institutional arrangements unnecessary.

    prereq or coreq: ECO 70100 and ECO 72100
  
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    ECO 76500 - Games and Information


    Game theory offers a framework for analyzing social interactions and emergent behavior in a very wide variety of human contexts. The purpose of this course is to offer a critical introduction to game theory and its applications. Economic applications include the analysis of conflict and the emergence of trust and cooperation out of anarchy, the analysis of firms’ strategic behavior in concentrated markets, or of herd behavior and panics in financial markets. Asymmetric information economics and mechanism- design extend game theory by exploring how the design of the rules of a game, or the initial distribution of information might affect equilibrium behavior outcomes, and therefore how one might choose to set up the rules of the game to govern their interactions.

    prereq or coreq: ECO 70100
  
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    ECO 78500 - Internship


    Internships with organizations engaged in economic research. Students write a research paper under direction of said organization and concomitant supervision of instructor. Open to MA students who have completed at least 15 cr of graduate work; may be taken only once.

    Open to MA students who have completed at least 15 cr of graduate work; may be taken only once.
  
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    ECO 79000 - Independent Study


    Intensive study of special field of economics under supervision of member of graduate faculty.

    prereq: permission of instructor and graduate adviser
  
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    ECO 79100 - Independent Study


    Intensive study of special field of economics under supervision of member of graduate faculty.

    prereq: perm instr and graduate adviser
    Credits 1 cr
    May be taken only once.
  
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    ECO 79500 - Economics Seminar


    Special topic and research in economics.

    May be repeated for credit by perm chair or graduate adviser
  
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    ECO 79800 - Thesis Research


    Preparation of acceptable MA thesis under faculty supervision.

    credit not granted until thesis is accepted

Economics - Courses offered upon sufficient student and faculty interest

  
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    ECO 72500 - Economics of Consumption


    This course may be offered depending on student and faculty interest

  
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    ECO 73100 - American Economic History


    This course may be offered depending on student and faculty interest

  
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    ECO 74700 - Income Distribution and Public Policy


    This course may be offered depending on student and faculty interest

  
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    ECO 75000 - Comparative Economic Systems


    This course may be offered depending on student and faculty interest

  
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    ECO 75100 - Economic Development of Latin America


    This course may be offered depending on student and faculty interest


Education: School Administration and Supervision

  
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    ADSUP 70400 - Leadership to Enhance Human Resources


     


    Interpersonal and group relationships applied to administrative and supervisory functions in schools and districts; intensive experience in group process and the development of a positive school climate and culture.


     

    Hours 60 hours plus 25 to 35 hrs of leadership experiences in field-work
    Credits 4

  
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    ADSUP 70600 - School-Based Field Experience Seminar in Administration and Supervision


    An intensive school-based leadership experience in which students apply knowledge and skills developed in prior coursework. A weekly seminar includes required workshops on child abuse and violence prevention.

    Hours 200 hrs of leadership experiences in field work
  
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    ADSUP 70700 - District/Region Field Experience Seminar in Administration and Supervision


    An intensive district/region-based leadership experience in which students apply knowledge and skills developed in prior coursework. A weekly seminar includes required workshops on child abuse and violence prevention.

    Hours 200 hrs of leadership experiences in field work
  
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    ADSUP 71500 - Supervision for the Improvement of Instruction


     An examination of varied productive supervisory techniques which promote the improvement of instruction and enhance the supervisory process.

    Hours 60 hours plus 25 to 35 hrs of leadership experiences in field-work
    Credits 4

  
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    ADSUP 71600 - Leadership Strategies for School Reform


     

    An introduction to leadership theory, school, district reform and the school principalship. Leadership theory is explored from a systems perspective with a focus on both the theoretical and practical tools for promoting school and district change that leads to high levels of student achievement.

    Hours 60 hrs plus 25 to 35 hrs of leadership experiences in field-work
    Credits 4

  
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    ADSUP 71700 - Seminar in Evaluating and Applying Educational Research


     

    This course provides students seeking to be educational leaders with the theoretical and the practical considerations for evaluating, conducting and using research in schools and school districts.

    Hours 60 hrs plus 25 to 35 hrs of leadership experiences in field-work
    Credits 4

  
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    ADSUP 72100 - Legal Issues, Finance, Facilities and Operations


     

    A study of school legal issues finance and budgeting. Processes and cases from New York State, New York City, local school district and building level management of operations and facilities.




    Hours 60 hrs plus 25 to 35 hrs of leadership experiences in field work
    Credits 4

  
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    ADSUP 73100 - Using Data, Technology and Assessment to Plan and Design Curriculum and Instruction


    This course provides students seeking to be instructional leaders with both the theoretical and the practical considerations necessary for using technology, data, and assessment to plan and design curriculum for effective instruction.




    Hours 60 hrs plus 25 to 35 hrs of leadership experiences in field-work
    Credits 4

  
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    ADSUP 74100 - School District Leadership: Problems and Issues


     


    System-wide administrators must combine the elements of vision, with instructional and administrative leadership in order to guide learning organizations. They must develop skills, strategies and knowledge of the leading educational issues they are facing to be able to create collaborative, safe, and successful educational environments capable of being successful. 




    Hours 60 hrs plus 25 to 35 hrs of leadership experiences in field work
    Credits 4

  
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    ADSUP 75100 - District and School Based Field Experience Seminar in Administration and Supervision


     

    Intensive applications of program knowledge, skills and dispositions in school and district field settings available to the student, and a 40 hour seminar that includes a two-hour unit on each of both child abuse prevention and violence prevention.

    Hours 60 hrs plus 200 hrs of leadership experiences in field work stipulated in a contract
    Credits 4

  
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    ADSUP 75600 - Professional Discourse and Leadership in Gifted Education



    Collaborative models of professional development and program evaluation in gifted education. Major issues and leadership concerns in the field, e.g., including underrepresented populations and integrating gifted practices schoolwide and systemwide. Investigation of networking and dissemination.



    Cross-listed SPED 75600, CEDC 75600, CEDF 75600
    prereq or coreq: SPED 75300 and SPED 75400
    Hours includes 10 hrs field experience
    Credits 3

Education: Adolescent Education

  
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    CHND 71200 - Methods 1: Intensive Study of Classroom Organization, Management, and Assessment of Instruction in Chinese, Grades 7-12


    The course covers options for classroom management, learning environment appropriate to 7-12 classrooms, and assessment.  Attention is given to classroom management task, setting up and exploiting various learning environments, and methods for assessment. New York state and city teaching standards will be applied throughout the course. Writing Requirement includes homework assignment and projects.

    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70400 or permission of the adviser
  
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    CHND 71300 - Methods 2: Intensive Study of Teaching Diverse Learners in Chinese, Grades 7-12


    This course aims to familiarize prospective school teachers, grades 7-12 with pedagogical approaches and innovative teaching techniques needed to convey to a diverse population current state and professional standards-based curricula in Chinese. Innovative uses of technology, development of instructional units, individualization for students with special needs, and strategies for managing problem behavior will be emphasized throughout the course. Thirty-six hours of field experience/observation is a part of this course. New York state and city teaching standards will be applied throughout the course. Writing Requirement includes development of lesson plans, homework assignment, and projects for classroom use.



    prereq or coreq: CHND 71200 and SEDF 70500 or permission of the adviser
    Hours 30 hrs plus 36 hrs fieldwork,
    Credits 2
  
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    CHND 73100 - Student Teaching in Chinese, Grades 7-12


    Teacher candidates will engage in ways of teaching adolescents the skills of reading, responding to literature, writing (creative and expository), listening, speaking, and applying grammar conventions. They will write lesson and unit plans and experiment with classroom management and assessment techniques as they present lessons to the class for peer and instructor criticism. These presentations will be videotaped for further self-analysis at home.


    prereq or coreq: CHND 71300 or permission of the adviser.
    Hours 60 days, 30 hrs seminar plus workshops and conferences,
    Credits 5
  
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    CHND 74110 - Practicum in Chinese, Grades 7-9


    Supervised practicum for teachers of Chinese in grades 7-9 in a New York City school. Students will continue to develop and refine classroom expertise in curriculum development, delivery of instruction, and assessment of student learning. Emphasis is placed on classroom management, learning environments, and working within the structure in public school policies and practices. Students who take CHND 74110 must also take   .





    prereq or coreq: CHND 71200 or permission of the adviser.
    Hours 30 hrs plus conferences
    Credits 2

  
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    CHND 74120 - Practicum in Chinese, Grades 10-12


    Supervised practicum for teachers of Chinese in grades 10-12 in a New York City school. Students will continue to develop and refine classroom expertise in curriculum development, delivery of instruction, and assessment of student learning. Emphasis is placed on classroom management, learning environments, and working within the structure in public school policies and practices. Students who take CHND 74120 must also take  



    prereq or coreq: CHND 71200 or permission of the adviser.
    Hours 30 hrs plus conferences,
    Credits 2
  
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    SEDC 71000 - Building the Foundations of Literacy in Adolescent Education


    Supporting the development of literacy across the curriculum, with a focus on under-prepared students, students with special education needs, and students who are English language learners; implications for working toward standards.

    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    SEDC 71100 - Advanced Study of Young Adult Literature in Our Diverse Society


    Familiarizes prospective teachers with a wide variety of literature for or about young adults. Books discussed and dramatized during each session reflect diverse cultures, varying learning styles, and special needs of young adults. The English Language Arts standards are addressed as delineated in city and state regulations. Literacy and comprehension skills are explored as well.

     

    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70400
    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr

  
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    SEDC 71200 - Methods I: Intensive Study of Classroom Organization, Management, and Assessment of Instruction in Languages Other Than English, Grades 7–12


    Candidates will identify the impact of various classroom organization patterns, rules and routines, and methods of assessment. Candidates will be able to design, implement, and evaluate lessons in the context of state and city standards for learning in grades 7–12.

    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70400
    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    SEDC 71300 - Methods I: Advanced Study of Secondary Learning Environments for Teaching Mathematics and Science


    Examines the interrelationship between the educational environment and the adolescent’s learning of mathematics and science. Teacher candidates study the basic classroom management in the teaching of science and mathematics as they explore the content and implementation of national, New York State and New York City standards for mathematics and science. Fosters the use of technology as an educational tool to improve the mathematics and science literacy of the adolescent.

    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70400
    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    SEDC 71500 - Methods I: Intensive Study of Classroom Organization, Management, and Assessment of Instruction in Social Studies, Grades 7–12


    Rationales and methodologies for teaching social studies based on current theories of the nature of students, the social sciences and secondary schooling.

    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70400
    Hours 45 hrs,
    Credits 3 cr
  
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    SEDC 72000 - Adolescent Health and Safety


    Health issues that are relevant to the health promotion and wellness of adolescents and their families from diverse backgrounds, abilities, and sexual orientations. Specific content areas will include nutrition, fitness, drug education, child abuse and neglect, fire prevention and safety, and violence prevention and intervention.

    Hours 15 hrs,
    Credits 1 cr
  
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    SEDC 72100 - Advanced Study of Teaching English Methods to a Diverse Population in Grades 7–12


    Methodology that facilitates the learning of English language arts for a diverse population in secondary schools. Teacher candidates will engage in ways of teaching adolescents the skills of reading, responding to literature, writing (creative and expository), listening, speaking, and applying grammar conventions. They will write lesson and unit plans and experiment with classroom management and assessment techniques as they present lessons to the class for peer and instructor criticisms. These presentations will be videotaped for further self-analysis at home. New York State and city teaching standards will be applied throughout the course.

    prereq: SEDC 71100
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70500
    Hours 30 hrs plus, 36 hrs fieldwork,
    Credits 2 cr
  
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    SEDC 72200 - Methods II: Intensive Study of Teaching Diverse Learners in Languages Other Than English, Grades 7–12


    Familiarizes prospective middle and high school teachers, grades 7–12, with pedagogical approaches and innovative teaching techniques needed to convey to a diverse population current state and professional standards-based curriculum in Languages Other Than English. Innovative uses of technology, development of instructional units, individualizing for students with special needs, and strategies for managing problem behavior will be emphasized throughout the course.

    prereq: SEDC 71200
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70500
    Hours 30 hrs plus, 36 hrs fieldwork,
    Credits 2 cr
  
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    SEDC 72300 - Methods II: Intensive Study of Teaching Diverse Learners in Mathematics, Grades 7–12


     Familiarizes prospective middle and high school teachers, grades 7–12, with pedagogical approaches and innovative teaching techniques needed to convey to a diverse population current state and professional standards-based curriculum in mathematics. Innovative uses of technology, development of instructional units, individualizing for students with special needs, and strategies for managing problem behavior will be emphasized throughout the course.





    prereq: SEDC 71300
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70500
    Hours 30 hrs plus 36 hrs fieldwork,
    Credits 2

  
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    SEDC 72400 - Methods II: Intensive Study of Teaching Diverse Learners in Science, Grades 7–12


    Familiarizes prospective middle and high school teachers, grades 7–12, with pedagogical approaches and innovative teaching techniques needed to convey to a diverse population current state and professional standards-based curriculum in science. Innovative uses of technology, development of instructional units, individualizing for students with special needs, and strategies for managing problem behavior will be emphasized throughout the course.

    prereq: SEDC 71300
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70500
    Hours 30 hrs plus, 36 hrs fieldwork,
    Credits 2 cr
  
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    SEDC 72500 - Methods II: Intensive Study of Teaching Diverse Learners in Social Studies, Grades 7–12


    Familiarizes prospective middle and high school teachers, grades 7–12, with pedagogical approaches and innovative teaching techniques needed to convey to a diverse population current state and professional standards-based curriculum in the social studies. Innovative uses of technology, development of instructional units, individualizing for students with special needs, and strategies for managing problem behavior will be emphasized throughout the course.

    prereq: SEDC 71500
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70500
    Hours 30 hrs plus, 36 hrs fieldwork,
    Credits 2 cr
  
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    SEDC 73000 - Development of Mathematical Thinking: Implications For Teaching and Learning Mathematics in Grades 7 to 12


     

    A course exploring the role of the teacher in developing mathematicalreasoning ability in students. What are the possibilities and limitations? A research-based approach to the problem of providing a solid mathematicseducation for all students.

  
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    SEDC 73100 - Seminar in Mathematics Curriculum, Grades 7-12


     

    A study of the current Standards-Based Mathematics Curriculum from anhistorical perspective.

  
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    SEDC 73200 - Research Seminar in Mathematics Education, Grades 7-12


     

    A course in which students will study the research releative to themathematics curriculum and complete a research project in a field of mathematics education of their choice.

  
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    SEDC 75100 - Student Teaching in English, Grades 7–12


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 7–9 and 30 days at grades 10–12 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72100
    Hours 30 hrs, 60 days student teaching plus workshops and conferences,
    Credits 5 cr
  
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    SEDC 75201 - Student Teaching in French, Grades 7–12


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 7–9 and 30 days at grades 10–12 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 722
    Hours 30 hrs, 60 days student teaching plus workshops and conferences,
    Credits 5 cr
  
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    SEDC 75202 - Student Teaching in Italian, Grades 7–12


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 7–9 and 30 days at grades 10–12 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72200
    Hours 30 hrs, 60 days student teaching plus workshops and conferences,
    Credits 5 cr
  
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    SEDC 75203 - Student Teaching in Spanish, Grades 7–12


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 7–9 and 30 days at grades 10–12 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 722
    Hours 30 hrs, 60 days student teaching plus workshops and conferences,
    Credits 5 cr
  
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    SEDC 75300 - Student Teaching in Mathematics, Grades 7–12


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 7–9 and 30 days at grades 10–12 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72300
    Hours 30 hrs, 60 days student teaching plus workshops and conferences,
    Credits 5 cr
  
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    SEDC 75401 - Student Teaching in Biology, Grades 7–12


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 7–9 and 30 days at grades 10–12 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member and a certified biology teacher in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72400
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hrs, 60 days student teaching plus workshops and conferences,
    Credits 5 cr
  
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    SEDC 75402 - Student Teaching in Chemistry, Grades 7–12


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 7–9 and 30 days at grades 10–12 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member and a certified chemistry teacher in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72400
    Hours 30 hrs, 60 days student teaching plus workshops and conferences,
    Credits 5 cr
  
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    SEDC 75403 - Student Teaching in Physics, Grades 7–12


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 7–9 and 30 days at grades 10–12 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72400
    Hours 30 hrs, 60 days student teaching plus workshops and conferences,
    Credits 5 cr
  
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    SEDC 75404 - Student Teaching in Earth Science, Grades 7–12


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 7–9 and 30 days at grades 10–12 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72400
    Hours 30 hrs, 60 days student teaching plus workshops and conferences,
    Credits 5 cr
  
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    SEDC 75500 - Student Teaching in Social Studies, Grades 7–12


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 7–9 and 30 days at grades 10–12 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72500
    Hours 30 hrs, 60 days student teaching plus workshops and conferences,
    Credits 5 cr
  
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    SEDC 75600 - Student Teaching in Music, Pre-K–12


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades Pre-K–6 and 30 days at grades 7–12 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. Students will further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: MUSED 67800
    Hours 30 hrs, 60 days student teaching plus workshops and conferences,
    Credits 5 cr
  
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    SEDC 76110 - Student Teaching in English, Grades 7–9


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 7–9 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72100
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hours, 30 days student teaching plus conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Students who enroll in SEDC 76110 must also complete SEDC 76120 or SEDC 77120.
  
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    SEDC 76120 - Student Teaching in English, Grades 10–12


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 10–12 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72100
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hours, 30 days student teaching plus conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Students who enroll in SEDC 76120 must also complete SEDC 76110 or SEDC 77110.
  
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    SEDC 76211 - Student Teaching in French, Grades 7–9


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 7–9 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72200
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hrs plus, 30 days and conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Students who enroll in SEDC 76211 must also complete SEDC 76221 or SEDC 77221.
  
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    SEDC 76212 - Student Teaching in Italian, Grades 7–9


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 7–9 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72200
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hrs plus 30 days and conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Students who enroll in SEDC 76212 must also complete SEDC 76222 or SEDC 77222.
  
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    SEDC 76213 - Student Teaching in Spanish, Grades 7–9


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 7–9 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72200
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hrs plus 30 days and conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Students who enroll in SEDC 76213 must also complete SEDC 76223 or SEDC 77223.
  
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    SEDC 76221 - Student Teaching in French, Grades 10–12


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 10–12 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72200
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hrs plus 30 days and conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Students who enroll in SEDC 76221 must also complete SEDC 76211 or SEDC 77211.
  
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    SEDC 76222 - Student Teaching in Italian, Grades 10–12


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 10–12 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72200
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hrs plus 30 days and conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Students who enroll in SEDC 76222 must also complete SEDC 76212 or SEDC 77212.
  
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    SEDC 76223 - Student Teaching in Spanish, Grades 10–12


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 10–12 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72200
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hrs plus 30 days and conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Students who enroll in SEDC 76223 must also complete SEDC 76213 or SEDC 77213.
  
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    SEDC 76310 - Student Teaching in Mathematics, Grades 7–9


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 7–9 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member and a certified mathematics teacher in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72300
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hrs, 30 days student teaching plus conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Students who enroll in SEDC 76310 must also complete SEDC 76320 or SEDC 77320.
  
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    SEDC 76320 - Student Teaching in Mathematics, Grades 10–12


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 10–12 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72300
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hrs, 30 days student teaching plus conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Students who enroll in SEDC 76320 must also complete SEDC 76310 or SEDC 77310.
  
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    SEDC 76411 - Student Teaching in Biology in Grades 7–9


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 7–9 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member and a certified biology teacher in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72400
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hrs plus 30 days and conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Students who enroll in SEDC 76411 must also complete SEDC 76421 or SEDC 77421.
  
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    SEDC 76412 - Student Teaching in Chemistry, Grades 7–9


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 7–9 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72400
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hrs plus 30 days and conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Students who enroll in SEDC 76412 must also complete SEDC 76422 or SEDC 77422.
  
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    SEDC 76413 - Student Teaching in Physics, Grades 7–9


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 7–9 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72400
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hrs plus 30 days and conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Students who enroll in SEDC 76413 must also complete SEDC 76423 or SEDC 77423.
  
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    SEDC 76414 - Student Teaching in Earth Science, Grades 7–9


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 7–9 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. Students will further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. They will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72400
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hrs plus 30 days and conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Students who enroll in SEDC 76414 must also complete SEDC 76424 or SEDC 77424.
  
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    SEDC 76421 - Student Teaching in Biology, Grades 10–12


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 10–12 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member and a certified biology teacher in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72400
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hrs plus 30 days and conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Students who enroll in SEDC 76421 must also complete SEDC 76411 or SEDC 77411.
  
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    SEDC 76422 - Student Teaching in Chemistry, Grades 10–12


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 10–12 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72400
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hrs plus 30 days and conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Students who enroll in SEDC 76422 must also complete SEDC 76412 or SEDC 77412.
  
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    SEDC 76423 - Student Teaching in Physics, Grades 10–12


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 10–12 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72400
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hrs plus 30 days and conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Students who enroll in SEDC 76423 must also complete SEDC 76413 or SEDC 77413.
  
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    SEDC 76424 - Student Teaching in Earth Science, Grades 10–12


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 10–12 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. Students will further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. They will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDC 72400
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hrs plus 30 days and conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Students who enroll in SEDC 76424 must also complete SEDC 76414 or SEDC 77414.
  
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    SEDC 76510 - Student Teaching in Social Studies, Grades 7–9


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 7–9 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDF 72500
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hrs, 30 days student teaching plus conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Students who enroll in SEDC 76510 must also complete SEDC 76520 or SEDC 77520.
  
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    SEDC 76520 - Student Teaching in Social Studies, Grades 10–12


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 10–12 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. They further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: SEDF 72500
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hrs, 30 days student teaching plus conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Students who enroll in SEDC 76520 must also complete SEDC 76510 or SEDC 77510.
  
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    SEDC 76610 - Student Teaching in Music, Grades Pre-K–6


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades Pre-K–6 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. Students will further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: MUSED 67800
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hrs, 30 days student teaching plus conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Students who enroll in SEDC 76610 must also complete SEDC 76520 or SEDC 77520.
  
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    SEDC 76620 - Student Teaching in Music, Grades 7–12


    Teacher candidates complete 30 days of student teaching at grades 7–12 under the supervision of a Hunter College faculty member in a New York City school selected by the college. Students will further develop their skills in the delivery of instruction. Student teachers will assume significant responsibility for classroom instruction and management.

    prereq: MUSED 67800
    prereq or coreq: SEDF 70600
    Hours 30 hrs, 30 days student teaching plus conferences,
    Credits 3 cr
    Students who enroll in SEDC 76620 must also complete SEDC 76510 or SEDC 77510.
  
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    SEDC 77110 - Practicum in English, Grades 7–9


    Supervised practicum for teachers of English in grades 7–9 in a New York City school. Students will continue to develop and refine classroom expertise in curriculum development, delivery of instruction, and assessment of student learning. Students who take SEDC 771.10 must also take  .

    prereq: SEDC 72100
    Hours 30 hrs plus conferences,
    Credits 2 cr
  
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    SEDC 77120 - Practicum in English, Grades 10–12


    Supervised practicum for teachers of English in grades 10–12 in a New York City school. Students will continue to develop and refine classroom expertise in curriculum development, delivery of instruction, and assessment of student learning.  Students who take SEDC 77120 must also take   .

     

    prereq: SEDC 72100
    Hours 30 hrs plus conferences,
    Credits 2 cr

  
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    SEDC 77211 - Practicum in French, Grades 7–9


    Supervised practicum for teachers of French in grades 7–9 in a New York City school. Students will continue to develop and refine classroom expertise in curriculum development, delivery of instruction, and assessment of student learning.

     Students who take SEDC 77211 must also take

      .

     

    prereq: SEDC 72200
    Hours 30 hrs plus conferences,
    Credits 2 cr

  
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    SEDC 77212 - Practicum in Italian, Grades 7–9


    Supervised practicum for teachers of Italian in grades 7–9 in a New York City school. Students will continue to develop and refine classroom expertise in curriculum development, delivery of instruction, and assessment of student learning. Students who take SEDC 77212 must also take   .

     

    prereq: SEDC 72200
    Hours 30 hrs plus conferences,
    Credits 2 cr

  
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    SEDC 77213 - Practicum in Spanish, Grades 7–9


    Supervised practicum for teachers of Spanish in grades 7–9 in a New York City school. Students will continue to develop and refine classroom expertise in curriculum development, delivery of instruction, and assessment of student learning. Students who take SEDC 77213 must also take  .

     

    prereq: SEDC 72200
    Hours 30 hrs plus conferences,
    Credits 2 cr

 

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