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Susan Salmon

Assistant Professor
South Hall 219D
585-245-5326
salmon@geneseo.edu

Dr. Salmon has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 1996.

Office Hours

Spring 2020
W: 11:30-12:20
F: 11:30-12:20, 2:30-4:00
Also available by appointment

Graduates: call for appointment

Classes

  • SPED 224: InqBasedTch&LrgStr-DivChld-Lec

    This course will introduce the processes of and strategies for effective teaching of diverse children. Students will learn how to plan and deliver lessons using the prevailing Standards guiding instruction in NYS. Students will reflect on their personal understandings of teaching, consider different teaching models and strategies, and begin to develop competence as thoughtful, well-informed teacher-researchers. This course includes supervised fieldwork that focuses on preparing teachers to be participant-observers in the classroom. This fieldwork will give students the opportunity to observe, interview, and analyze data in order to engage in professional discourse about organizing and delivering instruction. Prerequisites or Corequisite: INTD 203.

  • SPED 224: InqBasedTch&LrgStr-DivChld-Act

    This course will introduce the processes of and strategies for effective teaching of diverse children. Students will learn how to plan and deliver lessons using the prevailing Standards guiding instruction in NYS. Students will reflect on their personal understandings of teaching, consider different teaching models and strategies, and begin to develop competence as thoughtful, well-informed teacher-researchers. This course includes supervised fieldwork that focuses on preparing teachers to be participant-observers in the classroom. This fieldwork will give students the opportunity to observe, interview, and analyze data in order to engage in professional discourse about organizing and delivering instruction. Prerequisites or Corequisite: INTD 203.