A 21st Century Approach to Teacher
The School of Education on the Staten Island campus provides
an educational experience that is distinctively different for its
approach to preparing teachers for today’s classrooms. Students
enjoy the extensive academic options of one of the world’s leading
universities on an intimate college setting. Those in our
Education programs benefit from a curriculum that stands out among
all others for its innovative efforts that meet the needs of
Digital Literacies Institute -
A 2-day workshop where K-12 Educators can earn up to 8 professional
development credit hours by learning how to integrate digital
resources into the classroom. Click here
to learn more!
Become a Global
Learn more about our Graduate Degrees,
Certificates and Extension Programs
Why Choose St.
We pride ourselves on providing programs and extracurricular
opportunities that blend related fieldwork with courses specific to
subjects taught in today’s schools. Our graduates are equipped with
the knowledge, experience and skills needed to command the best
jobs on the market.
Education classes have access to state-of-the-art Teaching and
Learning Labs complete with an Educational Resource Center, Smart
boards, podcasting and the latest educational technology to provide
pre-service teachers with an understanding of how to engage
students in the 21st Century. To learn more about our Smart
Educational Video Game Lab
This cutting edge research facility enables our students to stretch
the boundaries of knowledge, and explore how video games can be
used for teaching and learning.
On our suburban Staten Island Campus, staff and faculty know you by
your name, not a number. A dedicated full-time faculty, alongside
adjuncts drawn from the ranks of principals and master
schoolteachers, aspire to produce qualified, caring and attentive
professionals. For more information about the faculty, click
Alpha Beta Gamma Chapter Honor
The Alpha Beta Gamma Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi is an
International Honor Society in Education that is committed to
recognizing excellence and fostering mutual cooperation, support,
and professional growth for educational professionals. The Alpha
Beta Gamma chapter was installed on April 6, 2003 on the Staten
Island campus. The chapter includes both undergraduate and graduate
students. To learn more about the criteria for admission and the
Want to learn more about the quality and innovative Graduate
Education programs at our beautiful Staten Island campus?
The School of Education, Staten Island Campus
Rosette Allegretti, Ed.D.
DaSilva Academic Center, Room 207B