Adolescence Education

The St. Joseph’s College adolescence education program is consistently ranked among the best teaching programs in the New York Metropolitan area. The program, which prepares students to teach at the secondary level, has a high job placement rating and combines a solid teaching background with concentrations in biology, English, chemistry, history, mathematics and Spanish.

The program is aligned with the professional standards mandated by New York and other states. Students participate in meaningful learning experiences and are introduced to developmental and learning-style theories, constructivism, multiple intelligence theories and the best pedagogical practices that support instruction for all students.

For students entering the adolescent program as of fall, 2010, the newer version of the secondary education handbook contains relevant program and course requirements for you. Fall 2010 handbook.

A student who has been in the adolescent education program prior to fall 2010 should follow the requirements found in the older version of the secondary education handbook. Previous Secondary Education handbook.

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