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CNED 563 - Teaching Prosocial Skills

Oneonta / University College | Fall 2017
August 28, 2017 — 
This course is intended to be an advanced group counseling course. It provides students with the expertise needed to develop curriculum for pro-social skill development, a greater understanding of group work from an educational support model. Most youth with social problems referred to the school counselor would benefit from having a social milieu in which to address areas of deficit and to practice new skills. Research has shown that for students to transfer learning from the therapeutic environment of a group or counseling experience into the broader educational world, more attention needs to be given to models which specifically address transfer of training and recruitment of supportive models.
Section: WW
3
credits

CNED 564 - Abuse/Neglect Prevention Curricula

Oneonta / University College | Fall 2017
August 28, 2017 — 
This course will be geared toward school counselors interested in implementing a comprehensive abuse prevention program. Students will become aware of signs of early abuse and will be exposed to a wide variety of tools, programs and kits used in the school setting on the topic of abuse.
Section: WW
3
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FLED 593 - Advanced Research, Theories & Best Practices – Teaching English as a Second Language

Oneonta / University College | Fall 2017
August 28, 2017 — 
Methods, materials and assessment criteria used to teach English as a Second Language (ESL) to students with limited English proficiency. This course will prepare candidates to teach their students at the elementary and secondary levels to meet the English as a Second Language Learning Standards (listening, speaking, reading and writing) and assessment requirements in the state of New York. Along with an exploration of the research and theories of first and second language acquisition, candidates will be involved in numerous hands-on activities and practice in teaching methods, planning, peer teaching, student evaluation and test preparation management, materials design and preparation with a view toward meeting the needs of a diverse population of learners, parent and community relations. Candidates will leave the course with a file of authentic materials, unit and lesson plans, assessments and activities they have assembled for classroom use as well as a collection of professional readings and materials related to the teaching of ESL.
Section: WW
3
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NUTR 555 - Advanced Nutrition Therapy

Oneonta / University College | Fall 2017
August 28, 2017 — 
Study and evaluation of methods and techniques for identifying patients at nutritional risk and maintaining or improving nutritional status of patients through the nutritional care process based on evidence-based practice guidelines. Principles of implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of alternative means of nutrition support where indicated. Development of outcomes for food and nutrition services and practices as part of a continuous quality improvement plan. Formulate personal learning objectives and goals as well as those of the course in relation to the mission, function, and organization of a critical care health service agency. In order to enroll in this course, the required SUNY Affiliation Agreement must be signed by appropriate representatives of SUNY Oneonta and the cooperating facility/Community, agency and students must have completed Advanced Nutrition and Medical Nutrition Therapy or their equivalents within past three years.
Section: W1
3
credits

NUTR 555 - Advanced Nutrition Therapy

Oneonta / University College | Fall 2017
August 28, 2017 — 
Study and evaluation of methods and techniques for identifying patients at nutritional risk and maintaining or improving nutritional status of patients through the nutritional care process based on evidence-based practice guidelines. Principles of implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of alternative means of nutrition support where indicated. Development of outcomes for food and nutrition services and practices as part of a continuous quality improvement plan. Formulate personal learning objectives and goals as well as those of the course in relation to the mission, function, and organization of a critical care health service agency. In order to enroll in this course, the required SUNY Affiliation Agreement must be signed by appropriate representatives of SUNY Oneonta and the cooperating facility/Community, agency and students must have completed Advanced Nutrition and Medical Nutrition Therapy or their equivalents within past three years.
Section: W2
3
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NUTR 556 - Applied Nutrition Therapy

Oneonta / University College | Fall 2017
August 28, 2017 — 
Application and evaluation of methods and techniques for identifying patients at nutritional risk and maintaining or improving nutritional status of patients through the nutritional care process based on evidence-based practice guidelines. Implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of alternative means of nutrition support where indicated. Measurement of outcomes for food and nutrition services and practices as part of a continuous quality improvement plan. Fulfill personal learning objectives and goals as well as those of the course in relation to the mission, function, and organization of a critical care health service agency. In order to enroll in this course, the required SUNY Affiliation Agreement must be signed by appropriate representatives of SUNY Oneonta and the cooperating facility/Community, agency and students must have completed Advanced Nutrition and Medical Nutrition Therapy or their equivalent within past three years.
Section: WW
3
credits

NUTR 580 - Service Learning Project Proposal

Oneonta / University College | Fall 2017
August 28, 2017 — 
Comprehensive study and application of the fundamental philosophy and organizing concepts of service-learning including needs assessment, collaboration and partnering, reflection, assessment, and risk management. Analysis of representative 'best practice' in service learning scenarios. Development of personal learning outcomes for knowledge and skills to be acquired as a result of service-learning project as well as goals and objectives for required service-learning project. Preparation and presentation of a complete service-learning project proposal including appropriate title, problem statement, summary of present status of situation and analysis of needs, objectives, review of literature and bibliography, identification of resources needed and methods to be used, timeline, and human subjects review and approval as needed. Planning for assessment and evaluation of service-learning project. Registration restrictions include: Required SUNY Affiliation Agreement signed by appropriate representatives of SUNY Oneonta and the cooperating facility/community agencies.
Section: WW
3
credits

NUTR 590 - Current Issues in Dietetics

Oneonta / University College | Fall 2017
August 28, 2017 — 
Consideration of current issues such as trends and advances in nutrition care and support, needs assessment, drug nutrient interactions, functional foods, community screening and education, medical nutrition therapy, food service systems management. Students will read and critique information from a variety of professional sources including journals, reputable websites, and government documents. Registration restrictions include: Required SUNY Affiliation Agreement signed by appropriate representatives of SUNY Oneonta and the cooperating facility/community agencies. Community Nutrition and Nutrition Education or the equivalent within the past three years.
Section: WW
3
credits

SPED 517 - Assistive Technology

Oneonta / University College | Fall 2017
August 28, 2017 — 
Focus in this course is on principles of universal design for learning (UDL), as well as building familiarity with the range of assistive, alternative, and augmentative technology available, as well as build some fluency with its use to assist with learners with special needs access the curriculum across the life span.
Section: WW
3
credits

AHIS 283 - History of New York City

Oneonta / University College | Summer 2017
July 5, 2017 — 
This course surveys the history of New York City (New Amsterdam until 1664) from its origins as a trading post for Dutch West India Co. to its present status as America's foremost metropolis. Building on the work of urban historians, this course weaves together evidence & interpretations from the fields of economic, political, social, ethnic & cultural history. Attention to the city's growth in the colonial period, its emergence as the center of American commerce in 19th century & its current position as a center of the production of American popular culture.
Section: W1