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Master Of Arts in Teaching Social Studies

CEE 505 Education: Theory & Practice

3 credits

Schools are fundamental institutions in every society. While they reflect the existing social order with all of its hierarchies and inequalities, they can also act as engines of social mobility, democratic opportunity, and social change. The purpose of the class is to help prospective teachers acquire the conceptual tools needed to analyze these processes in a sustained, in-depth manner in order to make informed judgments about their future goals as teaching professionals. Advisory Pre-requisite: Open to prospective (pre-service) teachers, and current teachers.

 

CEE 505 Education: Theory & Practice

3 credits

Schools are fundamental institutions in every society. While they reflect the existing social order with all of its hierarchies and inequalities, they can also act as engines of social mobility, democratic opportunity, and social change. The purpose of the class is to help prospective teachers acquire the conceptual tools needed to analyze these processes in a sustained, in-depth manner in order to make informed judgments about their future goals as teaching professionals. Advisory Pre-requisite: Open to prospective (pre-service) teachers, and current teachers.

 

CEE 565 Human Development

3 credits

An examination of the biological and psychological development of children and adolescents and its relationship to teaching and curriculum development for diverse learners. The course will focus on special education programs, childhood and adolescent psychiatric disorders, and societal issues. Note: Preservice course for those not yet initially certified. Offered: Fall, Spring. 3 credits. Letter graded. Formerly known as: PSY 595.

 

CEE 565 Human Development

3 credits

An examination of the biological and psychological development of children and adolescents and its relationship to teaching and curriculum development for diverse learners. The course will focus on special education programs, childhood and adolescent psychiatric disorders, and societal issues. Note: Preservice course for those not yet initially certified. Offered: Fall, Spring. 3 credits. Letter graded. Previously listed as PSY 595.

 

CEE 577 Teaching Social Studies

3 credits

This up-to-date examination of social studies as a subject taught in the secondary schools will look at the nature of social studies, curricula models, scope and sequence of topics, new methods of instruction, and more.

 

CEE 577 Teaching Social Studies

3 credits

This up-to-date examination of social studies as a subject taught in the secondary schools will look at the nature of social studies, curricula models, scope and sequence of topics, new methods of instruction, and more.

 

CEE 578 Social Studies Stragegies

3 credits

An examination of various models of teaching and their application to the teaching of secondary social studies.

 

CEE 578 Social Studies Stragegies

3 credits

An examination of various models of teaching and their application to the teaching of secondary social studies.

 

CEE 580 Student Teaching Seminar

3 credits

This seminar will focus on the problems and issues involved in teaching social studies at the secondary school level. Focus will be on analyzing real-life situations encountered by the student in his/her student teaching experience.

 

CEE 580 Student Teaching Seminar

3 credits

This seminar will focus on the problems and issues involved in teaching social studies at the secondary school level. Focus will be on analyzing real-life situations encountered by the student in his/her student teaching experience.

 

CEE 594 Language Acqusition & Literacy Development

3 credits

In-depth exploration of the theories of literacy and language development of native English speakers and students who are English language learners pre-school through grade 12. The development and assessment of literacy skills among children at various stages of learning development and across disciplines will be examined. Attention will also be given to children with special needs and the integration of technology in the development of literacy skills. 3 credits, Letter graded (A, A-, B+, etc.) Formerly known as: LIN 544

 

CEE 594 Language Acqusition & Literacy Development

3 credits

In-depth exploration of the theories of literacy and language development of native English speakers and students who are English language learners pre-school through grade 12. The development and assessment of literacy skills among children at various stages of learning development and across disciplines will be examined. Attention will also be given to children with special needs and the integration of technology in the development of literacy skills. 3 credits, Letter graded (A, A-, B+, etc.)

 

CEF 547 Principles & Practices of Special Education

3 credits

An overview of special education principles and practices that will include an understanding of the categories of disabilities; identification and remediation of disabilities; the special education process and state and federal special education laws and regulations; effective practices for planning and designing co-teaching and collaboration with peers; individualizing instruction; and applying positive behavioral supports and interventions to address student and classroom management needs. As of Fall 2011, this course meets the NYS special education requirement for all pre-service candidates for teacher certification.

 

CEF 547 Principles & Practices of Special Education

3 credits

An overview of special education principles and practices that will include an understanding of the categories of disabilities; identification and remediation of disabilities; the special education process and state and federal special education laws and regulations; effective practices for planning and designing co-teaching and collaboration with peers; individualizing instruction; and applying positive behavioral supports and interventions to address student and classroom management needs. As of Fall 2011, this course meets the NYS special education requirement for all pre-service candidates for teacher certification.

 

CEF 548 Field Experience I

1 credit

Observation, inquiry, and practice in Social Studies Education at the secondary level in grades 7 - 12. Field experience will include 50 hours of documented visitation and observation at appropriate sites. Field observation logs will be the basis for group discussions. S/U Graded.

 

CEF 548 Field Experience I

1 credit

Observation, inquiry, and practice in Social Studies Education at the secondary level in grades 7 - 12. Field experience will include 50 hours of documented visitation and observation at appropriate sites. Field observation logs will be the basis for group discussions. S/U Graded.

 

CEF 549 Field Experience II

1 credit

Observation, inquiry, and practice in Social Studies education at the secondary level in grades 10-12. Field experience will include 50 hours of documented visitations and observation at appropriate sites. Field observation logs will be the basis for group discussions. S/U Graded.

 

CEF 549 Field Experience II

1 credit

Observation, inquiry, and practice in Social Studies education at the secondary level in grades 10-12. Field experience will include 50 hours of documented visitations and observation at appropriate sites. Field observation logs will be the basis for group discussions. S/U Graded.

 

CEG 516 Early Modern Europe Seminar

3 credits

With a focus on the debates over historical interpretation, this course will take a look at some of the important themes in Europe 1450-1700. Topics include: the expansion of Europe and the beginnings of colonialism/imperialism, the Reformation and the question of cultural and religious diversity, and the growing power of the nation state.Offered as both CEG 516 and HIS 501.

 

CEG 517 Modern Latin America

3 credits

Field seminar in modern Latin American history. Surveys major historical problems and debates from the post-independence period to the present. This course is offered as both CEG 517 and HIS 541. Note: Basic background in Latin American history and culture recommended.

 

CEG 522 US History Since the Civil War

3 credits

Field seminar in U.S. history from the Civil War to the Cold War. Surveys the major interpretations. This course is offered as both CEG 522 and HIS 522

 

CEG  523 Historiography

3 credits

Introduction to historiography through reading and writing about interpretations of history, historical methods, and major historians. Term paper on historian of choice. This courses is offered as both CEG 523 and HIS 500

 

CEG 524 Late Modern Europe Seminar

3 credits

Field seminar in late modern European history, 1789-1945. Surveys the major historical problems and interpretations from the French Revolution through the Second World War. This is offered as both CEG 524 and HIS 502.

 

CEG 532 US History and Civil War Seminar

3 credits

This field seminar in United States history will survey the major topics and interpretations, beginning with the founding of the British colonies to the start of the Civil War. This course is offered as both CEG 532 and HIS 521

 

CEG 534 Modern African/African History Seminar

3 credits

Field seminar in modern African history. Surveys major topics such as nationalism, anticolonial movements, and modernization.

 

CEG 538 US History Since 1945

3 credits

This course surveys United States history since 1945 (World War II). Topics of study will include: the postwar economic boom, the rise of a consumer economy, the Cold War, civil and equal rights movements, the decline of industry, the rise of Reagan and conservatism, globalization, the 'War on Terror', and shifting ideas about identity and citizenship in postindustrial America.

 

CEG 539 The Constitution in US History

3 credits

Through the rigorous study of primary sources and current historiography, we will explore the central and often contentious roles played by the Constitution, legal, and judicial systems in the historical evolution of the American nation. It is important to note that this course in US Constitutional History focuses on the curriculum for secondary school educators.

 

CEG 555 Gender in Modern Global History

3 credits

Description available from Graduate Bulletin: https://www.stonybrook.edu/sb/graduatebulletin/current/academicprograms/

 

CEG 565 Japanese History

3 credits

Field Seminar in Modern Japanese History surveys major historical topics from reform and modernization to imperialism and postwar reconstruction. For MA, MAT, PhD students. This course is offered as both CEG 565 and HIS 565

 

CEG 566 Comparative Cultures of Slavery in  the Atlantic

3 credits

Description available from Graduate Bulletin: https://www.stonybrook.edu/sb/graduatebulletin/current/academicprograms/

 

CEG 567 Native American History

3 credits

An examination of the social, environmental, political, and cultural histories of indigenous peoples in North America from the pre-contact period to the late twentieth century. We will review current research and scholarship on Native American history, as well as primary documents from each era. Throughout the course, we will pay close attention to the complex sets of exchange and sometimes-violent periods of conflict (both among Native groups and between Indians and Euro-American settlers) that have shaped and reshaped life on this continent.

 

CEJ 501 Traditional China: Culture & Society

3 credits

Description available from Graduate Bulletin: https://www.stonybrook.edu/sb/graduatebulletin/current/academicprograms/

 

CEJ 502 Modern China: Culture & Society

3 credits

Description available from Graduate Bulletin: https://www.stonybrook.edu/sb/graduatebulletin/current/academicprograms/

 

CEQ 581 Supervised Student Teaching HS, Grades 10-12: Social Studies

3 credits

Prospective secondary school social studies teachers will participate in a supervised student teaching experience in selected Long Island schools, grades 10-12. The student teacher reports to the school to which he/she is assigned each full school day. Frequent consultation with the supervising teacher helps the student interpret and evaluate the teaching experience. Applications must be filed in the semester preceding student teaching. Note: Cannot apply toward MALS; S/U Graded.

 

CEQ 582 Supervised Student Teaching MS, Grades 7- 9: Social Studies

3 credits

Prospective secondary school social studies teachers will participate in a supervised student teaching experience in selected Long Island schools, grades 7-9. The student teacher reports to the school to which he/she is assigned each full school day. Frequent consultation with the supervising teacher helps the student interpret and evaluate the teaching experience. Applications must be filed in the semester preceding student teaching. Note: Cannot apply toward MALS; S/U Graded.

 

CEQ 581 Supervised Student Teaching HS, Grades 10-12: Social Studies

 3 credits

Prospective secondary school social studies teachers will participate in a supervised student teaching experience in selected Long Island schools, grades 10-12. The student teacher reports to the school to which he/she is assigned each full school day. Frequent consultation with the supervising teacher helps the student interpret and evaluate the teaching experience. Applications must be filed in the semester preceding student teaching. Note: Cannot apply toward MALS; S/U Graded.

 

CEQ 582 Supervised Student Teaching MS, Grades 7- 9: Social Studies

3 credits

Prospective secondary school social studies teachers will participate in a supervised student teaching experience in selected Long Island schools, grades 7-9. The student teacher reports to the school to which he/she is assigned each full school day. Frequent consultation with the supervising teacher helps the student interpret and evaluate the teaching experience. Applications must be filed in the semester preceding student teaching. Note: Cannot apply toward MALS; S/U Graded.