A.A.S./Paraeducator

 Human Resources

Intended Program Outcomes:

Students who complete this degree program will be prepared to enter the K-12 school system successfully as a paraeducator and will demonstrate the following outcomes:

  • Demonstrate appropriate strategies and techniques to provide instructional support to students of diverse populations, including but not limited to students with special needs, students from poverty, and ELL students
  • Demonstrate attitudes and behaviors that are appropriate to meeting the needs of diverse populations
  • Apply best practices in classroom management to optimize the potential for student learning
  • Practice ethical and legal standards of conduct
  • Apply technology effectively to support teaching and learning
  • Demonstrate competence in core skill area and in written and oral communication, problem-solving, critical thinking, reading, and mathematics
 
CREDITS
COM100 Human Communications (or higher)
4
ED100 Introduction to Education
1
ED113 Instructional Strategies in Language Arts
3
ED114 Instructional Strategies in Math/Science
3
ED130 Classroom Management
3
ED258 Multicultural Education 3
ED254 Instructional Strategies for ELL students 3
ED235 Educational Technology 3
ED131 Instructional Strategies
3
ED169 Overview of Student with Special Needs
3
ED200 Foundation of Education
3
ED229 Learning and Development
3
WR121 English Composition (or higher)
4
WR115 Introduction to College Writing (or higher)
4
Science with Laboratory Courses
8
Social Science Courses 8
Health and Fitness Course 3
Arts and Letters (Humanities) Courses 8
ED280 CWE Education
3
Career and Technical (CTE) electives 14
or A.A.O.T. electives  (14)
ED157 Introduction to Mathematical Explorations
3
or MTH070 Elementary Algebra (or higher)  (5)
TOTAL CREDITS
90

(Information based on the 2013-14 BMCC Academic Catalog)

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