Computing-Integrated Teacher Education at the City University of New York

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Teacher Learning ComponentRelevant Courses


Learning theory, including social, emotional, and academic dimensions; and application of learning theory

  • Foundations
  • Literacy
  • Child development / psychology
  • Language acquisition / linguistics
  • Research / capstone
  • Special Education foundations / methods

Creation and development of positive learning and work environments

Understanding and engaging diverse local school and cultural communities

  • Childhood/Early Childhood methods 
  • TESOL/Bilingual methods
  • Literacy
  • Special Education
  • Fieldwork / Student Teaching

Equity and culturally responsive practice

Including intersectionality of race, ethnicity, class, gender identity and expression, sexual identity, and the impact of language acquisition and literacy development on learning, teaching strategies, materials, technology used. 

All courses / content areas, especially

  • Multiculturalism
  • Special Education foundations and methods
  • Fieldwork / Student Teaching


Pedagogical, and/or professional knowledge relevant to the discipline credential or degree sought 

  • Math (content and methods)
  • Science  (content and methods)
  • Social Studies  (content and methods)
  • Literacy (content and methods)
  • Educational Technology  (content and methods)
  • Research
  • Fieldwork / Student Teaching

Instructional Practices and Assessment of and for student learning

Use of data to inform planning, teaching strategies, materials, technology used.

  • Curriculum design
  • Assessment
  • TESOL / Bilingual methods courses
  • Fieldwork

Dispositions and behaviors required for successful professional practice

  • Fieldwork / Student Teaching


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Computational Thinking Creating equitable computing cultures Data practices design toolkit Digital citizenship digital civics and activism Digitally-supported communication and participation Digitally-supported reflection digital storytelling Modeling and simulation Navigating digital information and media Selecting and using tools with a critical eye Understanding and building on learners' digital lives

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