ED 222: Classroom Management (1 credit)
A study through a variety of techniques of methods to manage behavior in the classroom. A field experience may be involved.
ED 223: Multicultural Education (1 credit)
A study of how multicultural and global perspectives can be reflected in curricular design and planning; instructional design, practice and evaluation; and teachers’ and students’ knowledge, attitudes and behavior. A field experience may be involved.
ED 450: Seminar in Teaching (1 credit)
Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in student teaching
This course is designed to help the student teacher better understand and apply education principles and theories in full-time classroom teaching experience. It focuses on the roles, responsibilities, issues, and concerns of student teachers such as classroom management, instruction, assessment, multicultural education, human relations, employment, policy, and practices.
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ED 495: Academic Service Learning (2 credits)
This course provides an introduction to and overview of Academic Service-Learning. Students will demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to plan, implement, and evaluate Academic Service Learning in a classroom setting.
ED 504: Psychology of Education (2 credits)
A comparative study of learning theories. The analysis is made with reference to the practical application of learning theories to the process of instruction.
ED 586: Seminar for Supervision of Student Teaching (1 credit)
A seminar for supervisors of student teaching. Discussion and study of selected problems related to the supervision of student teaching