Bard College offers an MAT with a concentration in CS Ed

March 13, 2014 at 1:16 am 1 comment

Announced on the CSTA website.  There are relatively few pre-service CS Ed programs in the United States.

Bard College Master of Arts in Teaching Program, a CSTA sponsoring school, is accepting applications for the 2014-2015 preservice program.

Bard College’s preservice teaching program offers a one-year, 63 credit Master of Arts in Teaching degree and NYS Initial Teaching Certification, grades 7-12 for math, biology, history, and English. Applications are being accepted for the program now through April 30th.

Responding to a nationally recognized need for computer science curriculum in our public schools, the Bard MAT Program is offering a unique curriculum for math teachers with a commitment to teaching computer science in secondary public schools. The student dedicated to becoming a mathematics and computer science teacher values the Bard MAT Program’s commitment to the discipline with its substantive research projects in mathematics, computer science, and math/cs education. Students will work with computer science teachers in the middle and high schools in New York’s Hudson Valley, preparing for teaching careers in computer science.

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  • 1. Leigh Ann DeLyser  |  March 13, 2014 at 5:57 am

    We currently have one of the first fellows student teaching at the Academy for Softwrae Engineering. He is a computational biologist from undergrad and is working for a Science certification. He speaks highly of his program and we are very pleased with his work.


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