|EDUC 201||Foundations for Teaching in a Multicultural Society (field)||3|
|EDUC 213||American Mosaic: Integrative Approaches to the Arts in Elementary/Middle School||2|
|EDUC 215||Teaching Wellness in Elementary/Middle School||3|
|EDUC 220||Applied Media and Instructional Technology||3|
|EDUC 230||Educational Psychology: Foundations of Special Education in Elementary/Middle School (field)||3|
|EDUC 240||General Methods for Elementary/Middle School||3|
|EDUC 301||Teaching Language Arts in Elementary/Middle School (field)||3|
|EDUC 302||Teaching Social Studies in Elementary/Middle School (field)||3|
|EDUC 303||Teaching Science in Elementary/Middle School (field)||3|
|EDUC 304||Teaching Reading in Elementary/Middle School (field)||3|
|EDUC 305||Teaching Mathematics in Elementary/Middle School (field)||3|
|EDUC 308||Children’s Literature in Elementary/Middle School (field)||3|
|EDUC 352||Educational Psychology: Human Growth & Development of the Pre-School/Elementary/Middle School Studen (field)||3|
|EDUC 406||Reading Assessment and Intervention in Elementary/Middle School (field)||3|
|EDUC 472||Student Teaching in Elementary School||12|
|Additional Required Courses|
|HIST 103||World Civilization I||3|
|or HIST 104||World Civilization II|
|HIST 201||United States History to 1865||3|
|MATH 118||Patterns in Mathematics for Elementary Teachers||3|
|MATH 302||Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers||3|
|Mild Intervention Licensure|
|EDUC 362||Positive Behavioral Support (field)||3|
|EDUC 365||Assessment Strategies/Exceptional Learners (field)||3|
|EDUC 368||Intervention Strategies in Reading and Other Content Areas (field)||3|
|EDUC 434||Collaboration and Consultation in Special Education (field)||3|
|EDUC 471||Student Teaching in Elementary/Special Education Classroom 1||12|
Replaces EDUC 472 Student Teaching in Elementary School.
All Education candidates prepare two submissions to the Advanced Writing Proficiency Portfolio. Additional detailed information on the Advanced Writing Proficiency Portfolio is found in the AWP Guidelines available to students on Blackboard. In addition, secondary candidates complete the Advanced W requirement in the content area major.
All candidates complete student teaching and the Education Portfolio at the Proficient level. Secondary education majors are also required to complete the senior comprehensive in the content area major.
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