The entire Skidmore community is enjoying the start of a new academic year filled with dynamic courses, athletics competition, beloved traditions, and — most of all — the return of all students, staff, and faculty to campus.
The Skidmore College volleyball team finds itself in a three-way tie for first in the Liberty League after a 3-1 (20-25,25-20,25-18,25-8) win over Bard College Saturday.
ED 100 - Foundations Of Early Childhood Education and Classroom TeachingED 103 - Introduction to TeachingED 115 - School and SocietyED 117 - Alternative Education: the Quest for a Different School ExperienceED 200 - Child Development and LearningED 208 - Manufacturing Academic Failure and Success ED 213 - The Exceptional Child in the Elementary SchoolED 216 - Schooling the Masses from Colonial Times to PresentED 217 - Multicultural Education ED 222 - The Young Child and The Educational ProcessED 223 - Adolescent DevelopmentED 231 - Children's LiteratureED 233 - Emergent LiteracyED 261 - Themes In EducationED 299 A-D - Professional Internship in EducationED 314 - Educational Assessment and The Exceptional ChildED 322 - Learning In Early Childhood SettingsED 324 - Education Policy, Politics, and Law in the U.S.ED 334 - Curriculum and InstructionED 335 - Teaching Elementary LiteracyED 336 - Teaching Elementary MathematicsED 338 - Teaching Elementary Science ED 337 - Advanced Child Development: Theory and PracticeED 349 - Elementary Education Student Teaching Seminar ED 350 - Elementary Education Student TeachingED 352 - Elementary Education Alternative Fieldwork ED 362 A-D - Advanced Topics in Education ED 371 - Independent Study in the Foundations of Education ED 375 - Senior Thesis in Education Studies: Advanced Topics and Research in Education
8:30 a.m.–noon and 1–4 p.m.
Palamountain 213Skidmore College 815 North Broadway Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Department Chair:Hope Casto
Administrative Assistant:Laura Decker