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education at albright

Assistant Professor/Coordinator of Graduate Studies Joseph Yarworth, Ph.D., Chair
Professor Rodney Warfield, Ed.D.
Associate Professor Susan Seidenstricker, Ed.D. 
Assistant Professor Douglas Stenberg, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus Sarel Fuchs, Ph.D. and Assistant Professor Emeritus Bonnie Hamwi, Ph.D. 
Instructors Michele Mislevy and Sheila Simyak
Teacher Certification Officer Michael Hipple

Education Department Web site


Foreign Language Education Certification Programs

Candidates for foreign language teacher certification complete the following foreign language and professional course requirements:
Modern Foreign Language (Spanish & French) courses:

• 301, 302
• One 300-level literature
• One 300-level content
• One 300-level European or Latin American Studies
• A full semester abroad or an eight-week summer program plus Interim (four 300-level courses)
• 371 & 492

Classical Foreign Language (Latin) courses:

• 101, 102, 201
• 202 Latin Literature of the Golden Age
• 301 Advanced Latin Prose
• 302 Advanced Latin Poetry
• 401 Selected Topics
• ART 105, PHI 210, or ENG 270
• LAT 371 or EDU 346

Professional and General Studies (Spanish, French & Latin):

• EDU 214 Early Field Experience
• EDU 202 Theories & Practices
• EDU 230 Communication Skills
• EDU 314 Field Experience II
• EDU 345 Secondary Methods I
• EDU 346 Secondary Methods II
• EDU 347 ELL Strategies for the Adolescent
SPE 340 Inclusive Practice
• SPE 341 Adolescents with Special Needs
• EDU 350 Instructional Technology
• EDU 440 Teacher as Researcher: Data Driven Instruction
• SPA/FRE/LAT 371 Applied Linguistics
• English (2 units)
1. Composition (ENG 102)
2. Literature
•Math (2 units)
•Psychology 100 General Psychology
•Psychology 230 Human Development
•Professional Semester
1. EDU 403 Professional Seminar
2. EDU 407 Student Teaching
3. EDU 408 Student Teaching

Foreign Language Education teacher candidates must consult Education Department faculty and major departments for advising.

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