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Undergraduate Applications and Forms

Application for Admission to Wagner College
Declaration/Change of Major for Dual Major in Education
  • May be submitted as early as second semester of the Freshman year, though candidates must hold a 3.0 GPA.  Declaring a dual major in education by the second semester of sophomore year is recommended for several reasons, including eligibility for scholarships and effective degree planning.
Declaration/Change of Minor in Education
  • May be submitted as early as second semester of the Freshman year, though candidates must hold a 3.0 GPA.  Declaring a major in education by the second semester of sophomore year is recommended to ensure effective degree planning.
Application to enter the Teacher Preparation Program (TPP)
  • Students who have successfully completed ED 210 and ED 326, and/or are currently enrolled in ED 325, should schedule an interview with Education faculty to formally enter the program and begin the process of planning their degrees.
Application for Student Teaching
  • Generally, Education dual majors complete their student teaching requirement in the last semester of their undergraduate programs. The semester before student teaching, candidates must apply to be placed in a school for their upcoming student teaching experience.  Deadlines for student teaching applications vary each term, but plan to complete the application and accompanying interview sometime in the middle of the term before your student teaching experience.
Graduation Application (scroll to Graduation Applications, Undergraduate)
  • As with all programs, students must apply formally to graduate through the Registrar's office.  Check with the Registrar for deadlines.

Graduate Applications and Forms

Application for Admission to Graduate Studies
  • Application processes to enter graduate programs include two distinct admissions processes.  Students must first complete all admissions paperwork, including sending official transcripts, before files are sent to the department for consideration.  After a program interview, recommendations for acceptance are forwarded back to Admissions.  Accepted students then receive letters from Admissions inviting them to accept their offer of admission.
Application to enter the Teacher Preparation Program (TPP)  (Childhood and Adolescent licensure programs)
  • After you have successfully taken one to three courses for K-6 or 7-12 certification, you should apply for continued work within your program by completing the TPP form and scheduling an interview with faculty.
Application for Student Teaching  (Childhood and Adolescent licensure programs)
  • The semester before student teaching, candidates must apply to be placed in a school for their upcoming student teaching experience.  Deadlines for student teaching applications vary each term, but plan to complete the application and accompanying interview sometime in the middle of the term before your student teaching experience.
Application for Mentor Student Teaching Supervision  (Childhood and Adolescent licensure programs)
  • Students who have been offered employment in K-12 educational settings that comply with program requirements for student teaching placement can apply to become mentor teachers in order to fulfill their certification requirements while teaching full time.  Mentor placements take the place of student teaching experiences.
Application for Life Experience (for Mentor teachers)
  • Mentor teachers have the option of applying to Wagner College for life experience credit to fulfill a portion of their student teaching requirements.  The Registrar has the necessary forms.  Follow the processes as outlined by the Registrar.
Graduation Application  (scroll to Graduation Applications, Graduate)
  • As with all programs, students must apply formally to graduate through the Registrar's office.  Check with the Registrar for deadlines.

NY State Certification

The certification process is not automatic; the Department will need to recommend you for the programs for which you qualify, and then you will need to apply to the State to request those certificates be issued.  An overview of the process is here.
Recommendation Process: At the end of each semester, the Education Department recommends all graduates who have met requirements for certification.  You will be recommended for the certifications for which you qualify (see Wagner Program Codes) if you meet the following requirements:
  • Completion of all program requirements
  • Documented completion of all State required workshops
  • A minimum 3.0 overall GPA and a 3.0 GPA in student teaching
  • Registration in the New York State TEACH system (see sample TEACH Application Form)
After the program recommends you for certification, you may apply for your certificates whenever you would like.  The State system automatically checks these additional requirements when you apply for your certificate:
  • Passing scores on all required tests for the desired certificate
  • Fingerprint registration to transfer prints from your NYC student teaching to the State
  • Successful completion of new Teacher Performance Assessment requirements for graduates beginning in the 2013-2014 academic year.  Submission deadlines for edTPA can be found here.
The State of New York maintains a comprehensive web-based information system about all certification issues and offers a help line for technical issues: 518-486-6041.  For other questions about certification, call 518.474.3901

Videotaping Resources

Included below are three videos to help foster candidate success in the edTPA process and ongoing learning.
Kodak Playtouch Video Camera and Tripod Tutorial
How to cut/edit video using MAC iMovie (focus on first 6 minutes of video)
How to cut/edit video using Microsoft Windows (focus on first 2 minutes of video)

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Jobs and Opportunities

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DASA Anti-Bullying Workshop

Currently enrolled Wagner Education students may access the DASA Anti-Bullying Workshop here.
Wagner College also offers this State-required workshop as a service to educators in and around Staten Island.  The course consists of an online pre-workshop video and resource exploration experience of 1-2 hours and a 5-hour face-to-face workshop requiring completion of a reflective essay and sample lesson about how the training might influence your instructional practices.
The next workshop is April 11th from 4-9 p.m. at the Manzulli Board Room in Foundation Hall.  To enroll, please complete the pre-registration form here.   You will receive access to the password-protected site for the online portion of the DASA training.
Workshop fees are $50 for Wagner alumni and $100 for all others.  Participants must complete the online portion of the workshop and pay the workshop fee before attending the face-to-face portion of the workshop.  Fees are payable by check or money order at the workshop event.
If you have any questions, please email dasaworkshop@wagner.edu.

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