In addition to the University Core Curriculum requirements and a second liberal arts or sciences major, students must also complete the following professional program to be recommended for P-3 TSD teaching certification. It is expected that all courses and field experiences in the professional preparation program will be completed at the University, with the exception of waivers granted by the early childhood faculty on a case by case basis or courses accepted through established institutional articulation agreements. Candidates are required have submitted offical qualifying score on the Praxis Core, SATs or ACTs prior to beginning professional sequence Edcuation coursework. The Early Childhood Content Knowledge praxis must be past before clinical practice (official scores must be received from ETS by August 1 for Fall or January 1 for Spring). Education Advisor: Sue Mankiw firstname.lastname@example.org x3931 V4105 Steps to begin Professional Sequence of Education Coursework Enroll as an early childhood education major and have an appropriate acedemic major as indicated by the state. Complete ANTH 2020 with at least a C grade. Qualifying score on the Praxis Core, SATs or ACTs (#5751)(please refer to the Praxis Core webpage for more information and deadlines) Complete PSY 1100, and PSY 2100 successfully, with at least a C grade in PSY 2100. Obtain a NJ Substitute Teaching License. Achieve a 3.0 cumulative GPA or higher. Complete Math 1100 or Math 1090 and Math 1110 (or equivalents) before the clinical experience (3rd) semester. Complete two science courses before the clinical experience semester. Complete two history courses before the clinical experience semester, one of them American history. The PRAXIS Subject Assessment exam in Early Childhood Content Knowledge must be successfully passed by August 1 for Fall Clinical Practice or January 1 for Spring Clinical Practice. Please Note: No more than one additional course may be taken during student teaching. Course Requirements: 40 Credits (This is a four-semester program) Course Number and Title Credits You must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA throughout the program, achieve at least a C in each education major course, and maintain a 3.0 GPA in the education major to student teach and be recommended for certification. Semester 1 (Pre-req: Candidacy in P-3/TSD major; ANTH 2020; PSY 1100, 2.75 GPA) SPC 2550 Foundations of Education in a Diverse Society 3 CIEC 2130 Technology in ECE 2 ECSP 3030 Adaptive and Assistive Technologies in Early Childhood Education (This course can be taken in Semester II.) 2 Semester 2 (Pre-req: SPC 2550 Per or Co-req: PSY 2100; substitute license) CIEC 2000 Field Experience I (Clinical Experience) 1 CIEC 2100 EC Classroom Environment 2 CIEC 2200 Emergent Literacy in ECE 2 ESP 3050 Positive Behavioral Supports in Inclusive EC Settings 2 Semester 3 CIEC 3000 P-3 Practicum & Seminar (Clinical Experience) 1 CIEC 3300 Language Arts & Soc Studies Integration and Authentic Assess in ECE* 3 CIEC 3510 Math & Science in ECE* 2 CIEC 3650 Creative Arts & Children's Lit in ECE* 2 ECSP 3040 Assessment and Planning in Inclusive Early Childhood Classrooms 3 ECSP 3060 Instructional Strategies in the Inclusive ED Classroom 3 Semester 4* EDUC 4140 Student Teaching Internship, Seminar and Portfolio Assessment+ (Clinical Practice) 10 ECSP 3020 Family Involvement, School and Community Supports 2 Final AssessmentSeminar Instructor and Faculty CommitteeEvaluate Portfolios Exit Requirements Complete program requirements successfully. A cumulative undergraduate GPA of at least 3.0 and a GPA of at least 3.0 in education courses on a 4.00 scale. *These courses must be taken concurrently+These courses require prior application through the Office of Field Experiences and should be taken in sequence. Applications must be submitted one year in advance. Apply every Fall (October 15) for placement the next Fall and every Spring (March 15) for placement the next Spring. For additional information please contact the Office of Field Experiences 973-720-3132 or 2109.