Education Department News, Events and Resources
On Tuesday, April 28, the Education Department will once again host the American Library Association Notable Children's Books Banquet. This entertaining and informative evening will highlight the best books for children (ages infant to 14 years) with presentations by Randall Enos, Youth Services Consultant for RCLS and children's librarian Julie Baxter. The program begins promptly at 4:30 pm in the Gilman Center for International Studies in the Library. Check-in starts at 4 pm but pre-registration is required. The $15.00 fee includes dinner and dessert. Registration forms are available here or by emailing email@example.com or coming to Library 220. Completed registration forms with payment are due by April 23.
SUNY Orange is now offering certification training for the New York State Dignity for All Students Act (DASA). The training consists of one three-hour classroom session and one three-hour online session for a total of six hours. The cost is $75.00. We also provide certification training in both Child Abuse Identification and Reporting and Intervention and Prevention of School Violence (SAVE). Each session is two hours and the fee for each is $49.00. Pre-registration is required. For more information, dates, times and locations, or to register, call CAPE (Continuing and Professional Education) at 845-341-4890 or log onto www.sunyorange.edu/ce.
Textbooks for Education Department courses can be found on the new SUNY Orange bookstore web site. Once you have arrived at that website, please click Buy Course Materials in the navigation menu on the left, then follow the instructions on the web site to find your text books.
For updated Education Department news, events and resources, please visit the News and Events page.
SUNY Orange offers a selection of programs for students pursuing varied careers in early childhood, elementary and adolescent education. Emphasis is placed on solid foundational knowledge in liberal arts as well as educational concept, theory, and application. In several courses, local field experiences enhance college classroom learning.
For those wishing to teach in preschools, child care, or own a business in early education, and NOT transfer to a four year school - click on the AAS and Certification in Early Childhood Development and Care. The college has an articulation with OUBOCES in which students in the Education Management Program may earn course credit for specific courses taken at BOCES after successfully meeting conditions of the college. Contact the Education Department for more information, or click on the link here for instructions for requesting the credit waiver.
For those pursuing a career teaching in a public school, and planning to transfer to SUNY New Paltz, or another SUNY school, click on JRTEP options for Birth through Sixth Grade or Seventh through Twelfth Grade.
For those choosing a career in public school teaching and transferring to a four year OTHER than SUNY New Paltz, click on the general Liberal Arts and Sciences degree in which you can specify your academic interest as Foundations of Education. For the three free electives in that course sequence you can choose some of the education courses listed.
For those interested in a teaching assistant position in a public or non-public setting click on Teaching Assistant Certificate.
For those who already have a bachelor's degree and want to pursue a NYS Teaching Certification, SUNY Orange is the place to begin. Log onto www.highered.nysed.gov/tcert†, then contact Charlotte Zupetz, Regional Teacher Certification Officer for Orange and Ulster counties, at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more detailed, step-by-step instructions, click on the links below:
Areas of Study
- Early Childhood Development and Care AAS Degree
- Early Childhood Development and Care Certificate
- Jointly Registered Teacher Education Program - AA & AS Degrees Transfer Program with SUNY New Paltz (B-6 or 7-12)
- Teaching Assistant Certificate
- Liberal Arts and Sciences-Foundations of Education-Teaching Careers Transfer Opportunities to schools other than SUNY New Paltz AA & AS Degrees
To view the Power Point presentation for Options in Education at SUNY Orange, click on the title.
Field Observation Placement Student Survey Spring 2015
If you are enrolled in EDU 103 FH, EDU 103 TN, or EDU 202 CD for the Spring 2015 semester, you MUST complete the Field Observation Placement Survey IMMEDIATELY (click on link below) in order to do required observations for your coursework. If you have any questions or concerns, call 845-341-4054.
(This survey is hosted by SurveyMonkey.)
†Clicking on links marked with this symbol will take you out of the SUNY Orange website. The College cannot be responsible for the content on these pages, although links on this page have been reviewed and are recommended by the members of the Education Department.
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Elizabeth Tarvin, Chair