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2010 Institute

                 
                     Bilingual Extension Institute  2010

Teachers College, Columbia University
Meets the requirements of NYSED for the Bilingual Extension Certificate
to the Teacher of Speech and Language Disabilities teaching certificate.


    Bilingual SLPs who practice outside of NYS who want to develop their knowledge and skills in providing appropriate services for multilingual
and multicultural children and adolescents are welcome.

Director: Catherine J. Crowley, CCC-SLP, J.D., Ph.D.


CONGRATULATIONS
2010 Institute Grads!!!


Wandie Aristilde *  Rita Armada-Lombard  *  Maria Baeza-De La Rosa  *   Ela Bergamino  *  Florence Bianco      Katherine Canonico  *  Maria Gabriela Carle  *  Lisa Chan  *  Jin Li Chen *   Elizabeth Diaz  * Angela Gamez           
Ela Gdalyahu  *  Carolyn Granger  *  Darlene Maldonado  *  Gina Marchena  *  Viviana Martinez   
Ashok Mavinakere  *  Yanela Mendez  *  Celines Miranda  *  Valentina Mlikota  *  Richard Mugno  * 
Menie Pagomenakis  *   Raquel Payne  *  Erica Perez-Flowers  *  Milagros Puelles  * Lourdes Quijano 
Karina Rendo  *  Evelina Rodriguez   *   Allison Rosenfeld  *  Esperanza Ruiz-Junco  *  Niki Sangari   
Mariela Solis  *  Marialice Szpigel  *  Naomi Touvian  *  Kelly Villavicencio Matos *   Lisa Yeung  *  Irene Zal












Another great group finished the Institute December 2010. This group willingly ventured forward with the moodle site. We used it to post assignments, handouts, readings, etc. In addition, this group was the first ones to work in small groups with the Master Clinicians/Mentors. Some of the technology was challenging especially uploading the videos for review with the mentors. But everyone made contact with their Master Clinicians/Mentors and most had several SKYPE sessions together. Based on the feedback of the students and the Master Clinicians we will look to determine what worked and how to make that piece of the Institute an even richer clinical experience.



































Times for All Weekends:

 Fridays 6:00pm-8:30pm,

Saturdays 9:00-4:00, Sundays 9:30-3:00.

Attendance is mandatory.

Costs
1) Application fee: $65 for new applicants to Teachers College(make check payable to "Teachers College, Columbia University").
2) Tuition: $4,850. To reserve a seat in the Institute applicants must submit a non-refundable fee of $350 (make check payable to "Teachers College, Columbia University"). The $350 is part of the total $4,850 tuition. Prospective students are to read about the Institute on the website http://www.tc.edu/slp.

3) Funding. NYSED funding to cover up to $3000 in tuition may be available to students who work in schools or 4410 preschools. To apply contact http://www.emsc.nysed.gov/biling/iti.htm or jsperlin@es.boces.org. Additional funding may be available for current NYCDOE teachers through the Teaching for Tomorrow program of the NYCDOE and NYSED. http://www.teachnycprograms.net/tot/main.php

Additional Requirements for Admission
Students must send proof of their baccalaureate degree by enclosing a copy of their college diploma. In addition, students must provide a copy of their TSSLD or TSHH. If they do not have the TSSLD or TSHH, students can send a copy of their NYS license. Students currently in a masters program in CSD should provide a copy of their college diploma and also email Catherine Crowley stating what university they attend and when they expect to graduate.

Registration
Students register for 3 credits for Summer A 2010 and 3 credits for Fall 2010. The course for both semesters is BBSQ 5820. Teachers College keeps the costs low by only requiring that students pay for six credits. NYSED
recognizes the Institute as fufilling the 12 academic credits and clinical hours requirements for the bilingual
extension certificate.

If you have any further questions about the application or the Institute,
please contact Catherine Crowley crowley@tc.columbia.edu

Readings for May 2010 Weekend
Genesee, F., Paradis, J., & Crago, M. (2004). Dual Language Development and Disorders: A Handbook on
Bilingualism and Second Language Learning. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes. Purchase this required text. For the May 2009 weekend read chapters 1, 2, 5, 6, and 7.
Be prepared for a quiz on the content.