Foundations of Teaching & Learning (FTL) MicroED Programs

Overview

Foundations of Teaching & Learning is a new professional partnership with Questar III BOCES. The program is available through Questar III BOCES.

Throughout the year, informational sessions are available on Zoom. To learn more about how you can apply to be part of the Foundations of Teaching and Learning MicroED, please contact Gregory Portanova at Questar III BOCES or Dr. Jerry Rivera-Wilson, Director of Professional Development and Continuing Education or by email or by phone at 518-442-5028.

Meet Our FTL Students

FTL I MicroED

FTL II MicroED

E PSY 200: Introduction to Educational Psychology (3)

Introduction to learning, individual differences, motivation, cognitive and socio-emotional human development, and theories of intelligence, and their relevance to a variety of learning contexts. Only in one of E PSY 200 and T EPS 200 may be taken for credit.

E SPE 460: Introduction to Human Exceptionality (3)

Characteristics of individuals whose cognitive, physical, or emotional development differs from typical individuals. Special education history and laws discussed, as is the process leading to the development of individualized education plans and special education services. Selected strategies for students with special needs are also presented. Prerequisite(s): junior or senior standing. This introductory course will examine the New York State Learning Standards to develop curriculum, units, and lessons for diverse learners. Students will learn multiple conceptual frameworks and instructional approaches to design and support effective instruction.

E DU 487: Introduction to Curriculum and Instruction (3)

This introductory course will examine the New York State Learning Standards to develop curriculum, units, and lessons for diverse learners. Students will learn multiple conceptual frameworks and instructional approaches to design and support effective instruction.

E TAP487: Managing Classrooms and Behavior in the School Setting (3)

Available soon.

E PSY 440: Introduction to Assessment and Measurement (3)

Available soon.

E LTL 406: Adolescent Literacy (3)

Available soon.

Program Director

Dr. Rivera-Wilson

Email

AATLAS@albany.edu