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    Phase 1B, Phase 2 and Phase 3

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                 Phase 1B                                     Phase 2                                      Phase 3

Assessment (NJPST #5)                       Assessment (NJPST #5)                         Assessment (NJPST #5)
a) Terminology                              a) Factors Affecting Test Scores              a) Post-testing Analysis
b) Creating Teacher-made Tests              b) Grades and Grading Systems
c0 Rubrics                                  c) Evaluating Their Teacher-made Tests

Alternate Assessment (NJPST #5)             Alternate Assessment (NJPST #5)
a) Portfolio Assessment                     a) Authentic Assessment
b) Activities/Projects                      b) Activities/Projects

Classroom Management (NJPST #6)             Classroom Management (NJPST #6)               Classroom Management (NJPST #6)
Continuation from Phase 1A                  a) Review of Discipline Programs              a) Review of Discipline Programs
a) Lee Canter's Assertive Discipline        b) Dealing w/Specific Discipline Problems     b) Conflict Resolution
b) Harry Wong (First day/week, setting up   (Teachers will bring in discipline problems
the room, use tape/internet for ideas       and what they did to solve the problem)                      (Two Professors)

Cooperative Learning (NJPST #4)             Cooperative Learning (NJPST #4)               Cooperative Learning (NJPST #4)
a) Purpose b) Types                         a) Different Models                           a) Discussion of Examples of Cooperative
c) Types of Learning (Individual -                                                        Learning
Competitive - Cooperative                                                                 b) Demonstrations
d) Necessary Changes (for teachers,
students, environment)

Technology (NJPST #4)                       Technology (NJPST #4)                         Technology (NJPST #4)
a) Saint Peter's Alternate Route Website    a) Webquests                                  a) Power Point Presentation
b) Use of the Internet                      b) Use of the Internet                        b) Use of the Internet
                 Phase 1B                                     Phase 2                                       Phase 3

School Law (Corp Punish) (NJPST #7)          School Law (NJPST #7)                        School Law (NJPST #7)
a) Ingraham v. Wright                        a) Tenure and Certification                  a) Student Rights
b) NJ Laws/Regulations                       b) Professional Development (100-hour law,   b) Tinker v. Des Moines
c) "Accepted Uses"                           What counts?, PIP/ARP, Summative             c) Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier
                                             Evaluation)                                  d) NJ v. TLO e) Abbott v Burke
                                                                                          f) Brown v Board of Education

Special Education (NJPST #7)                 Special Education (NJPST #7)                 Special Education (NJPST #7)
(Students with Special Needs)                (Inclusion)                                  a) Review of Special Education
a) Referrals - INRS Procedures               a) Explanation
b) I.E.P. c) 504 d) Classifications          b) ADD/ADHD Students
(DYFS)      a) What is it?                   c) Mainstreaming
b) Teacher Responsibilities                  d) Role of Head and Inclusion Teachers
c) Signs of Abuse and Neglect
d) Law and School Policy
e) Teaching Abused Children

Parent Conferences (NJPST #9)                Parent Conferences (NJPST #9)                Parent Conference (NJPST #9)
a) Reasons to have a Parent Conference       a) Role Playing Parent Conferences           a) Summary of Parent Conference
b) How to Prepare for a Conference
c) How to Get Parents on Your Side

Questioning Techniques (NJPST #8)            Questioning Techniques (NJPST #8)            Questioning Techniques (NJPST #8)
a) Bloom's Taxonomy                          a) Practice Writing Questions                a) Practice Writing Questions
b) Types of Questions                        b) Revised Bloom's Taxonomy
c) Uses of Questions

Lesson Plans (NJPST #4)                      Lesson Plans (NJPST #4)                      Lesson Plans (NJPST #4)
a) Review from Phase 1A                      a) Review Lesson Planning                    a) Review Lesson Planning
b) Identifying Students with Special Needs   b) Behavioral Objectives                     b) Adapting Plans for Multiple Intelligence
c) Modifications and Procedures              c) Mini-Lessons (With Accommodations         c) Mini-Lessons
d) Mini Lessons                              for Special Needs Students)
                 Phase 1B                               Phase 2                                     Phase 3

Teaching Reading (NJPST #4)           Teaching Reading (NJPST #4)                  Teaching Reading (NJPST #4)
a) Introduction/Overview of Reading   a) Teaching Word Analysis/Phonics            a) Review Teaching Reading
b) Pre-reading Strategies             b) Teaching Comprehension Skills             b) Reading in the Content Areas
c) Sight Vocabulary (Fry, Dolch)      c) Readability (Fry, Cloze)
d) NJCCCS for Language Arts

                                      Structure of the School (NJPST #6)
                                      a) Hierarchy (Federal, State, County,
                                      District, Local
                                      b) Board of Education, Superintendent,
                                      Principal, Special Programs
                                      c) Individual Roles in School
                                      d) How to Utilize Support Staff
                                      e) Examining Individual Social Services
                                      f) Developing an Effective Student Support

Syllabus (NJPST #1 & #4)
a) Planning and Writing a Syllabus

                                                                                   Ability Grouping (NJPST #6)
                                                                                   a) Setting up Ability Groups

                                      Standardized Testing (NJPST #5)              Standardized Tests (NJPST #5)
                                      a) Purpose of Standardized Testing           a) Intelligence Testing/IQ
                                      b) Types & Examples of Standardized Tests    b) Scoring Systems
                                      c) Interpreting Test Results for Parents     c) State Testing

                                      Grade & Age Characteristics (NJPST #2)
                                      a) Characteristics P-3, 4-5, 6-8, 9-12
                                      b) Application to Lesson Planning
                 Phase 1B                                        Phase 2                                       Phase 3

Characteristics of Young Adolescents            Characteristics of Young Adolescents (5)      Characteristics of Young Adolescents (5)
     Cognitive Development (NJPST #2)                  Social Development (NJPST #2)                Moral Development (NJPST #2)
a) moving from concrete to abstract thinking    a) modeling more the behavior of older        a) an understanding of the complexity of
b) an intense curiosity                         students, less of parents                     moral issues and not seeing everything in
c) wide range of intellectual pursuits          b) immature behavior compared to physical     black and white
d) a high achievement when challenged           maturity                                      b) impatience with the pace of change and
e) prefers active over passive learning         c) experimenting with ways of talking         understanding how difficult it is to make
f) interest in interacting with peers during    and acting searching for a social position    social change
learning activities                             with peers                                    c) needing and being influenced by adult
g) an ability to be self-reflective             d) exploring questions of racial and ethnic   role models who will listen and be
             Physical Development               identity and seeking peers who share their    trustworthy
a) restlessness and fatigues easily due to      point of view                                 d) Relying on parents and important adults
hormonal changes                                e) liking fads and being interested in        for advice, but wanting to make their own
b) a need for physical activity because of      popular culture                               decisions
increased energy                                f) intiminated by the middle school           e) judging others quickly, but
c)a concern with changes in body size and       experience                                    acknowledging their own flauts slowly
shape                                           g) overreactiang to ridicule, embarrassment
d) developing sexual awareness                  and rejection
e) physical vulnerability resulting from poor               Emotional Development
health habits or engaging in risky behavior     a)mood swings marked by peaks of
                                                intensity and by unpredictability
                                                b)needing to release energy with outbursts
                                                of activity
                                                c) a desire to become independent
                                                d) searching for adult identity
                                                e) sensitive to personal criticism
                                                f) concern about physical growth and
                                                g) a belief that their personal problems,
                                                feelings, and experiences are unique to

Theories of Development (NJPST #2)              Theories of Development (NJPST #2)            Theories of Development (NJPST #2)
a) Jean Piaget's Cognitive Development          a) Eric Erikson                               a) Linguistic Development
b) Vygotsky                                     b) Abraham Maslow                             b) Piaget's Moral Development
(Videos are available)                                                                        c) Kohlberg's Moral Development
Phase 1B                     Phase 2                                        Phase 3

           Student Motivation (NJPST #4)
           a) Gender Inequity b) Theories of Motivation
           c) Involvement Strategies d) Equity
           e) Homework/Grading f) Intrinsic/Extrinsic
           g) Enhancing the Environment
           h) Presentation Skills I) Questioning to
           Motivate Students
           j) Evaluation/Feedback k) Use of Video

           Multiple Intelligence (NJPST #4)               Multiple Intelligence (NJPST #4)
           a) Definition & Examples of Terms              a) Applying MI Theory to Lesson Planning
                                                          (a 30-minute review video is available for
                                                          people entering the program in Phase 3)

           Individual Differences (NJPST #3)
           a) Definition of Terms
           b) Taking a Learning Styles Inventory
           c) Video Series

           Observations/Evaluations (NJPST #10)
           a) What Principals and Supervisors Look for
           b) Explanation    c) Purposes

                                                          History of Education (NJPST #10)
                                                          a) American Education 1600- Present

                                                          The High Performing Teacher (NJPST #4)
                                                          a) Mission/Beliefs
                                                          b) Overcoming Challenges
                                                          c) Reaching Students and Parents
                                                          d) Developing Positive Attitudes
                                                          e) Communication Skills
                                                          f) Video Series
Phase 1B                     Phase 2                                    Phase 3

                    Unit Planning (NJPST #4)                    Unit Planning (NJPST #4)
           a) Planning and Writing a Unit             a) Interdisciplinary Planning
           b) Thematic Units                          b) Writing a Unit for Use in Their Class
           c) Gathering Information to Write a Unit

                                                      Curriculum Development (NJPST #4)
                                                      a) Warning Signs for Need to Change
                                                      b) Philosophy of School/Department
                                                      c) Mission Statements d) NJCCCS

           Graduate School (NJPST #10)
           a) Relationship of Alternate Route and
           Graduate School

                                                      Taxonomy of Objectives (NJPST #4)
                                                      a) Taxonomies/Domains (Cognitive,
                                                      Affective, Psychomotor)
                                                      b) Bloom, Mager

                                                      Goals/Aims (NJPST #4)
                                                      a) Goals 2000 Act
                                                      b) No Child Left Behind

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