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Gerald Bateman

Professor
MS in Secondary Education Program
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

585-475-6480
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Gerald Bateman

Professor
MS in Secondary Education Program
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

Education

BS, MS, State University College at Geneseo; Ed.D., University of Rochester

585-475-6480

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MSSE-790
3 Credits
The professional portfolio presents a clear picture of pre-service professional growth and accomplishments in the complex teaching field. It demonstrates a teacher candidate's reflective and constructive professional performance. The performance includes, but is not limited to, the teacher candidate's actual teaching, reflecting on learning and teaching, developing and implementing lessons, conducting qualitative and quantitative research projects, and applying theory and research to practice. The portfolio includes extensive evidence of teaching and learning experience, including teaching philosophy, pedagogy, classroom management, and the integration of research and teaching. Professional portfolios will be reviewed by a committee of program faculty for approval.
MSSE-712
2 Credits
As required by the New York State Education Department, each MSSE student is required to complete 100 hours of practicum experience during their first year in the program. This practicum experience provides students with opportunities to observe and reflect on their content, professional, pedagogical knowledge, skills and disposition in classroom settings at both schools for the deaf and mainstreamed programs. There will also be course-related observations. Students will also be required to attend selected Deaf culture events. After completion of all of the required observations, the students are required to submit a practicum experience portfolio. Guidelines will be provided to the student. The practicum experience must be completed with a grade of least a B before the first student teaching assignment.
MSSE-760
6 Credits
This first assignment consists of 8 weeks (40 days or 250 hours) of teaching and observation. Teacher candidates are placed with cooperating teachers in residential schools for the Deaf or mainstreamed programs. They develop lesson and unit plans and teach in the content area in which they plan to receive New York State certification. To progress to MSSE-761, students must pass this student teaching assignment with a minimum grade of B and submit a student teaching portfolio.
MSSE-761
6 Credits
This second assignment consists of 8 weeks (40 days or 250 hours) of teaching and observation. Student teachers are placed with cooperating teachers in residential schools for the Deaf or mainstreamed program. They develop lesson and unit plans and teach in the content area in which they plan to receive New York State certification. Students must pass this student teaching assignment with a minimum grade of B and submit a student teaching portfolio.

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Internal Reports/Manuscripts/Articles
Ed.D., Gerald C. Bateman,. "Social Studies Education for the Deaf" Rochester: Master of Science in Secondary Education at NTID, 2017. Print.
Invited Keynote/Presentation
Bateman, G. "Teacher Action Research Framework in Pre-service Teacher Training Program." Association of College Educators of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (ACE-DHH) Conference. ACE-DHH. Dallas-Ft. Worth, Dallas-Ft. Worth, Texas. 18 Feb. 2011. Lecture.