NYC Teaching Fellows – Childhood Special Education D75 (MSEd)
Welcome to the NYC Teaching Fellows – Childhood Special Education D75 (MSEd) program home page. Use this page as a guide to the program from acceptance to graduation.
The New York City Teaching Fellows (NYCTF) is an alternative teacher preparation program leading to New York State teacher certification. The NYCTF program is a collaboration among the New York City Department of Education, CUNY, and certain private universities in New York City. Students teach full time in high needs New York City public schools while studying at partner universities and participating in continuous supervision and professional development. Tuition costs are subsidized at approximately 50% by the NYCDOE and students are not responsible for any tuition payments until their second year in the program. Upon successful completion of the two-year program, students earn a master’s degree and are eligible for New York State initial teacher certification.
The program advisor will notify students of their cohort’s particular course of study before registering for classes. Course sequence is subject to change. To view course descriptions, progress standards and exit requirements visit the catalog.
This course list applies to Cohort 33. Previous cohorts should contact their program coordinator for more details.
- SPED 70050 – Social, Historical, and Philosophical Foundations of General and Special Education (3 credits)
- CEDF 70900 – Child Development Grades 1-6 (3 credits)
- SPED 70600 – Strategies and Curriculum Adaptations for Learners with Severe/Multiple Disabilities (3 credits)
- SPED 78651 – Practicum, Year 1 – Part 1 (1.5 credits)
- SPEDE 77200 – Positive Behavior Support (PBS) and Its Application to Young Children with Special Needs (3 credits)
- SPED 72400 – Writing for Students With Learning Disabilities, Methods 3 (2 credits)
- SPED 78652 – Practicum, Year 1 – Part 2 (1.5 credits)
- SPED 75100 – Methods and Materials for Teaching Students with Behavior Disorders (3 credits)
- CEDC 70450 – Teaching Developmental Reading (3 credits)
- CEDC 70550 – Mathematics Curriculum and Methods (3 credits)
- CEDC 72250 – Social Studies Curriculum and Instruction: Integrating Literature, the Arts, and Technology (2 credits)
- SPED 70100 – Assessment of Students with Disabilities (3 credits)
- SPED 752.55 – Practicum, Year 2 – Part 1 (1.5 credits)
- SPED 70450 – Teaching Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students (3 credits)
- SPED 72300 – Math for Students with Learning Disabilities (2 credits)
- SPED 752.56 – Practicum, Year 2 – Part 2 (1.5 credits)
- CEDC 70350 – Teaching Science in the Elementary School (3 credits)
Total Credits = 42
Course Descriptions, Progress Standards, and Exit Requirements
To view course descriptions, progress standards and exit requirements visit the Course Catalog.
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- Daniel Hernandez (Assistant Director, Office of Partnership Programs)
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