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EDUC- Student Teaching Courses

EDUC 450 General Secondary Methods (3)

Prerequisites: EDUC 340, EDUC 342, EDUC 375 and admission to the teacher education program. Co-requisites: EDUC 384 and EDUC 451. Introduces prospective teachers to the general methods of teaching in the middle and secondary grades. Specific skills are acquired in planning, implementing instructional strategies, providing for individual differences and evaluating student performance, and reflecting upon teaching through a professional learning community.

 

EDUC 451 Secondary Special Methods (1)

Prerequisites: EDUC 340, EDUC 342, EDUC 375 and admission to the teacher education program. Co-requisites: EDUC 384 and EDUC 450. Introduces prospective teachers to the methods and curriculum in the specialized subject areas in the middle and secondary grades. Specific skills are acquired in planning, implementing instructional strategies, providing for individual differences and evaluating student performance.

 

EDUC 453 Advanced Integration of Technology in Education-Elementary (1)

Prerequisite: approval to student teach. Co- requisites: EDUC 460 or EDUC 462 and EDUC 468 and EDUC 485. Focuses on instructional technology strategies, educational pedagogy, educational philosophy and research, and a wide variety of instructional technologies. Emphasis on learning how to plan, design, and integrate technologies into teaching and learning. The ethical and equitable use of instructional technology is discussed and demonstrated by students. Designed for students seeking K-6 licensure. This class meets online.

 

EDUC 455 Advanced Integration of Technology in Education-Secondary (1)

Prerequisite: approval to student teach. Co-requisites: EDUC 470 or EDUC 466 and EDUC 476 and EDUC 486. Focuses on instructional technology strategies, educational pedagogy, educational philosophy and research, and a wide variety of instructional technologies. Emphasis on learning how to plan, design, and integrate technologies into teaching and learning. The ethical and equitable use of instructional technology is discussed and demonstrated by students. Designed for students seeking 6-12 licensure. This class meets online

 

EDUC 458 Special Methods: Teaching Foreign Language in the Elementary School (1)

Prerequisite: approval to student teach and instructor permission. A pre-professional course designed to prepare elementary education majors to teach foreign language in grades K-6. Emphasis is on practice and analysis of performance.

 

EDUC 460 Elementary Student Teaching (12)

Prerequisite: approval to student teach. Co- requisites: EDUC 453 and EDUC 485. Students will observe, assist and teach in elementary school classrooms for 16 weeks under the guidance of the classroom teacher, the school principal and the college supervisor. Pass/No Credit basis.

 

EDUC 461 Elementary Intern Teaching (Arr)

Prerequisite: approval to student teach. An experience as a teaching intern with close supervisory assistance from the local school district as well as from the college staff. Pass/No Credit basis.

 

EDUC 462 Elementary Student Teaching (6)

Prerequisite: approval to student teach. Co- requisites: EDUC 468, EDUC 453 and EDUC 485. Supervised observation and teaching for 8 weeks in regular K-6 classroom. Pass/No Credit basis.

 

EDUC 464 Elementary Student Teaching in Subject Area (12)

Prerequisite: approval to student teach. Co- requisites: EDUC 485 and EDUC 453. Supervised observation and teaching experience for 16 weeks for students who only seek endorsement in elementary art, music or physical education. Pass/No Credit basis.

 

EDUC 466 Elementary Student Teaching in Subject Area (6)

Prerequisite: approval to student teach. Co- requisites: EDUC 455, EDUC 476 and EDUC 486. Supervised observation and teaching experience for 8 weeks for students who seek endorsements in both elementary and secondary art, music or physical education. Pass/No Credit basis.

 

EDUC 468 K-6 Mild and Moderate Disabilities Student Teaching (6)

Prerequisite: approval to student teach. Co-requisites: EDUC 462, EDUC 453, and EDUC 485. Supervised observation and teaching for 8 weeks in K-6 multicategorical resource room for students with mild disabilities. Pass/No Credit basis.

 

EDUC 469 7-12 Mild and Moderate Disabilities Student Teaching (2 or 6)

Prerequisite: approval to student teach. Supervised observation and teaching in 7-12 special education environment serving students with mild disabilities. Elementary Education majors: Take 2 credits concurrently with EDUC 453, 460, and 485. K-12 Subject Areas: Take 2 credits concurrently with 455, 466, 476, and 486. Secondary Education majors: Take 6 credits concurrently with EDUC 455, 476 and 486. Pass/no credit basis.

 

EDUC 470 Secondary Student Teaching (12)

Prerequisite: approval to student teach. Co- requisites: EDUC 455 and EDUC 486. Students observe, serve as teaching assistants and take responsibility for teaching in grades 7-12 for 16 weeks under the guidance of their college supervisor, the classroom teacher and the school principal. Pass/No Credit basis.

 

EDUC 476 Secondary Student Teaching in Subject Area (6)

Prerequisite: approval to student teach. Co- requisites: EDUC 455, EDUC 466 and EDUC 486. Supervised observation and teaching experience for 8 weeks for students who seek endorsement in both elementary and secondary art, music or physical education. Pass/No Credit basis.

 

EDUC 485 Senior Seminar in Elementary Education (2)

Prerequisite: approval to student teach. Co- requisites: EDUC 453 and EDUC 460 or EDUC 462 and EDUC 468. A capstone course integrating research, theory and application of concepts and skills in the field of education. Each student will develop and present a professional portfolio and action research projects at the conclusion of student teaching, and will engage in a variety of planned professional development opportunities. Pass/No Credit basis.

 

EDUC 486 Professional Development Seminar-Secondary (2)

Prerequisite: approval to student teach. Co- requisites: EDUC 455 and EDUC 470 or EDUC 466 and EDUC 476. A capstone course integrating research, theory and application of concepts and skills in the field of education. Each student will develop and present a professional portfolio and action research projects at the conclusion of student teaching, and will engage in a variety of planned professional development opportunities. Pass/No Credit basis.