Secondary Education (5300)

Secondary Education (5300)

100 ORIENT:AYA/P-12 MULTI-AGE PRG 0 credits
Prerequisite: admission to the College of Education's Teacher Education Program. Corequisite: 5100:200. Orientation to the information and strategies necessary for a student to be successful in the program, including portfolio development.
316 METHODS IN TEACHING ART 3 credits
Prerequisites: completion of required course for art teachers and grade-point average of 2.50 in the field. Study of trends and procedures in teaching and supervision; relation of art to home, school and community; observation in selected schools required.
317 INST TECH: MOD LANG-SECONDARY 3 credits
Focus on theories of language acquisition, models of instruction for teaching foreign languages/cultures and strategies that promote levels of proficiency/competency for adolescent learners.
325 CONTENT READING IN SECD SCHOOL 3 credits
Instructional principles and practices for helping secondary school youth and adults learn subject matter through application of reading and study skills.
330 TCHG ADOLESCENT/MID LEVEL LIT 3 credits
Student develops skills for selection of literature that is well-suited for adolescent/middle level children. Student develops, uses, and experiences methods for teaching adolescent/middle level literature in the classroom. (30 clinical experience hours)
335 LANG LEARNING IN SECOND SCHLS 3 credits
Prerequisite: Admission to the Teacher Education program. Introduces English teachers to the issues of language learning and techniques required to teach language skills.
395 FLD EXP: SECONDARY EDUCATION 1-3 credits
Supervised work with youngsters, individually and in groups in school and/or community settings.
420 INST TECH: SECONDARY EDUCATION 3 credits
Prerequisite: 5500:370; corequisite: 5300:421. Open to student who has completed certification requirements in all content fields. Techniques of planning, instruction and evaluation in various secondary teaching fields.
421 FLD EXP: INST TECH IN SEC ED 2 credits
Prerequisite: 5500:370; Corequisite: 5300:420. 50 hours of field experience taken in conjunction with 5300:420, Instructional Techniques in Secondary Education.
430 HONORS RES PROJ: SECONDARY EDU 1-6 credits
(May be repeated for a total of six credits) Prerequisite: Permission of student's preceptor. Carefully defined individual study demonstrating originality and sustained inquiry.
480 ST: SECONDARY EDUCATION 1-4 credits
(May be repeated with a change in topic) Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Group study of special topics of critical, contemporary concern in professional education.
490 W: SECONDARY EDUCATION 1-3 credits
Individual work under staff guidance on curriculum problems, utilization of community resources, planning of curriculum units.
491 W: SECONDARY EDUCATION 1-3 credits
Individual work under staff guidance on curriculum problems, utilization of community resources, planning of curriculum units.
492 W: SECONDARY EDUCATION 1-3 credits
Individual work under staff guidance on curriculum problems, utilization of community resources, planning of curriculum units.
493 W: SECONDARY EDUCATION 1-3 credits
Individual work under staff guidance on curriculum problems, utilization of community resources, planning of curriculum units.
494 ED INST: SECONDARY EDUCATION 1-4 credits
Special courses designed as in-service upgrading programs, frequently provided with the support of national foundations.
495 STU TEACH: SECONDARY EDUCATION 8-11 credits
Prerequisites: Approval of the Student Teaching Committee, considered based upon approved application to student teaching, passing PRAXIS II subject test, and approved portfolio. Planned teaching experience in schools selected and supervised by the Office of Field Experiences. Co-requisite: 5300:496.
496 STU TEACH COLLOQ IN SECOND ED 1 credits
Concurrent with Student Teaching; emphasis on applied decision making, group problem solving, and commitment to life-long learning.
497 INDEPENDENT STUDY 1-3 credits
Specific area of curriculum investigation pertinent to secondary education as determined by student?s academic needs.

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