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Registrar

2002 - 2003 Teacher Education Programs

Faculty

Chair: David Shorr
Black Hall 101

Professors:
Minerva L. Caples, Ed.D., Elementary/Secondary/ Bilingual/TESL/Social Studies/Language Arts
James L. DePape, Ph.D., Special Education
Dan Fennerty, Ed.D., Special Education
Gail Goss, Ed.D., Reading
Nancy Juenka, Ed.D., Elementary Education/Reading
David Majsterek, Ed.D., Special Education/Early Childhood Education
Jack McPherson, Ph.D., Administration
James G. Pappas, Ed.D., Administration
Debra Prigge, Ed.D., Special Education
David Shorr, Ph.D., Early Childhood Education
Alberta Thyfault, Ph.D., Special Education

Associate Professors:
Carol Butterfield, Ph.D., Elementary Education/Reading/ Bilingual Education/TESL
Christina Curran, Ph.D., Special Education
Susan Donahoe, Ph.D., Reading/Language Arts
Connie Lambert, Ph.D., Special Education
Debra Prigge, Ed.D., Special Education
Andrea Sledge, Ph.D., Reading/Special Education

Assistant Professors:
Cory Gann, Ph.D., Early Childhood Education
Tina Georgeson, Ed.D., Elementary Education/Early Childhood Education
Craig Hughes, Ph.D., Bilingual Education/TESL
Keith Salyer, Ph.D., Elementary Education
Gary Shelly, Ph.D., Administration
Leland Chapman, Ph.D., Administration

General Departmental Information

Major and/or minor programs in the Department of Teacher Education Programs include Early Childhood Education, Bilingual/Teaching English as a Second Language, Elementary Education, Reading, and Special Education. The courses in these programs are designated by the course prefixes EDEC, EDBL, EDRD, and EDSE respectively.

Students completing a program leading to an endorsement level inclusive of grade 9 or higher must complete EDCS 424 of the Professional Education Program. This applies to the Department of Teacher Education Programs' Bilingual Education/Teaching English as a Second Language Minor, Reading Minor, Special Education (K-12) Major, Special Education Minor, and Teaching Education as a Second Language minor.

Majors and/or minors in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education and Special Education (P-3) do not lead to endorsements inclusive of grade 9 or higher.

In addition to a major and/or minor, students must complete the Professional Education Program. Also, at least 75 percent of the endorsable major or minor must be completed prior to EDCS 442 (Student Teaching).

Bachelor of Arts in Education

Early Childhood Education Major (2550)

This major satisfies the Primary endorsement for Early Childhood Education.

This major is intended to prepare students to become birth through grade 3 teaching specialists. It leads to an Early Childhood Education primary endorsement. Students who elect this major are strongly advised to simultaneously complete the Elementary Education Major (see a department advisor as to how this may be effectively accomplished). Also, EDCS 442 (Student Teaching) of the Education Program should be completed at the K-3 level. Students are advised to take EDEC 292, 331, and 332 as the initial portion of their studies. Successful completion of EDEC 493.1 is expected before student teaching. Exceptions may be granted by the department chair in unusual circumstances. EDEC 292 and EDCS 493.1 will be graded S or U.

Required Courses                       Credits

EDEC 292, Assisting in the Child-Centered Classroom  5
EDEC 331, Child Development                          3
EDEC 332, Theories in Child Development              3
EDEC 333, ECE Curriculum:  Pre-Kindergarten          3
EDEC 334, ECE Curriculum:  Kindergarten-Primary      3
EDEC 448, Parent Involvement                         3
EDEC 493.1, Practicum in Early Childhood Education  15
Department approved EDEC electives                  10

                                         Total      45

Elementary Education Major (2870)

This major satisfies the Primary endorsement for Elementary Education.

Students who elect this major will be endorsed to teach in regular, self-contained elementary classrooms. It leads to an Elementary Education endorsement. EDRD 308, EDRD 309, EDRD 420 and EDEL 323 must be taken prior to EDCS 442 (Student Teaching).

Required Courses                       Credits

EDRD 308, Reading I                                  3
*EDRD 309, Reading II                                5
**EDEL 323, Teaching Elementary School Mathematics   3
   **Math 164.1 is or permission of instructor
    is a prerequisite for EDEL 323.
EDRD 420, Teaching the Language Arts                 4
***EDRD 421, Teaching Children's Literature (3)  OR
  ENG 422, Literature for the Middle School (4)    3-4
ART 330, Art in the Elementary School                3
HED 446, Health Education Curriculum for
  Elementary Teachers                                3
MUS 326, Music in the Classroom                      3
PE 334, Physical Education Activities for the
  Elementary School                                  3
SCED 322, Science Education in the
  Elementary Classroom                               3
EDEL 420, Methods and Materials in the
  Social Sciences - Elementary                       3
Department approved electives                        9

                                      Total      45-46

    *EDRD 308 is a prerequisite for EDRD 309.
   **MATH 164.1 OR permission of instructor is
     prerequisite for EDEL 323.
  ***Either EDRD 421 or ENG 422 may be taken depending upon
     the grade level the student is expecting to teach.

 

Special Education Major

The Special Education majors offered are specifically designed to prepare teachers for meeting the diverse tasks required in teaching individuals with disabilities. Students electing special education teaching must follow one of the two plans outlined below and successfully complete an approved minor. EDF 302 must be taken prior to or concurrently with EDSE 303.

Special Education (K-12) (7810)

This major satisfies the Primary endorsement for Special Education.

This major is for students planning to earn a teaching certificate with special education K-12 endorsement.

Required Courses                       Credits

EDSE 310, Introduction to Special Education          4
EDSE 311, Foundations of Special Education           3
EDSE 410, Behavior Management for Students 
  with Disabilities                                  3
EDSE 411, Assessment of Students with Disabilities   4
EDSE 422, Teaching Strategies, Curriculum and
  Materials for Students With Disabilities           5
EDSE 431, Program Management for Students 
  with Disabilities                                  3
EDSE 432, Career Education for Students 
  with Disabilities                                  3
EDSE 460, Collaboration with Parents,
  Paraprofessionals, and Community Agencies          3
EDSE 489, Research and Inquiry                       2
EDSE 495, Practicum                                 16
Department approved electives                        3

                                         Total      49

Special Education (P-3) (7820)

This major satisfies the Primary endorsement for Early Childhood Special Education.

This major is for students planning to earn a teaching certificate with early childhood special education P-3 endorsement. Students electing this major must successfully complete the Elementary Education minor.

Required Courses                       Credits

EDEC 331, Child Development  OR
  EDEC 332, Theories in Child Development            3
EDSE 302, Pre-School for Students with
  Developmental Delays                               4
EDSE 310, Introduction to Special Education          4
EDSE 311, Foundations of Special Education           3
EDSE 410, Behavior Management for Students
  with Disabilities                                  3
EDSE 411, Assessment of Students with Disabilities   4
EDSE 422, Teaching Strategies, Curriculum and
  Materials for Students With Disabilities           5
EDSE 426, The Child with Language Disabilities OR
  EDEC 415, Child Language Acquisition               3
EDSE 431, Program Management for Students with
  Disabilities                                       3
EDSE 460, Collaboration with Parents, 
  Paraprofessionals, and Community Agencies          3
EDSE 489, Research and Inquiry                       2
EDSE 495, Practicum                                 16

                                          Total     53

Bilingual Education / Teaching English as a Second Language Minor (1573)

This minor satisfies the Supporting endorsements for Bilingual Education and English as a Second Language.

This minor serves the goals and requirements of students wishing to teach in classrooms characterized by cultural and linguistic diversity. The Bilingual/TESL minor leads to K-12 endorsements in Bilingual Education and Teaching English as a Second Language. Note the foreign languages requirement listed below.

Required Courses                       Credits

EDBL 312, Foundations in Bilingual Education         3
EDBL 318, Culture and Curriculum                     3
ANTH 381, Language in Culture OR                     4
  EDBL 433, Educational Linguistics                3-4
EDBL 440, Reading English as a Second Language       3
EDBL 435, Bilingual Education in the Content Area    3
EDBL 438, Teaching English as a Second Language      3
EDBL 439, Testing English as a Second Language       2
EDCS 492, Practicum                                  3
TESL minor advisor approved foreign language 
  electives (300 and 400 level courses )             6

                                       Total     29-30

 

Early Childhood Education Minor (2550)

This minor satisfies the Supporting endorsement for Early Childhood Education.

Students are expected to seek program advisement in planning the minor. The ECE minor has a child studies emphasis and is an approved minor for elementary education majors. When combined with an Elementary Education Major, or other major culminating in a primary endorsement, it leads to an Early Childhood Education supporting endorsement.

Required Courses                       Credits

EDEC 292, Assisting in the Early Childhood Classroom 5
EDEC 331, Child Development  OR
  EDEC 332, Theories in Child Development            3
EDEC 333, ECE Curriculum:  Pre-Kindergarten  OR
  EDEC 334, ECE Curriculum:  Kindergarten            3
EDEC 448, Parent Involvement                         3
Select from the following:                           6
  EDEC 310, Infant Education (3)
  EDBL 312, Foundations in Bilingual Education  OR
  EDBL 318, Culture and Curriculum (3)
  EDEC 354, Childhood Learning (3)
  EDEC 415, Child Language Acquisition (3)
  EDEC 421, Play in Childhood (3)
  EDEC 432, Child Development Research (3)
Department approved electives:                       4

                                          Total     24

Elementary Education Minor (2870)

The Elementary Education Minor is only available to students admitted to the Teacher Preparation Program prior to September 1, 2000 AND it must be completed by August 31, 2003. Students otherwise seeking an elementary education teaching endorsement must complete the Elementary Education Major. Students eligible for and completing the following minor will be endorsed to teach in regular, self-contained elementary classrooms. EDRD 308, EDRD 309, EDRD 420 and EDEL 323 must be taken prior to EDCS 442 (Student Teaching).

Required Courses                       Credits

EDRD 308, Reading I                                  3
*EDRD 309, Reading II                                 5
**EDEL 323, Teaching Elementary School Mathematics    3
EDRD 420, Teaching the Language Arts                 4
ART 330, Art in the Elementary School                3
HED 446, Health Education Curriculum for
  Elementary Teachers                                3
MUS 326, Music in the Classroom                      3
PE  334, Physical Education Activities for the
  Elementary School                                  3
SCED 322, Science Education in the Elementary School 3
EDEL 420, Methods and Materials in the Social
  Sciences-Elementary                                3

                                          Total     33

   *EDRD 308 is a prerequisite for EDRD 309
  **MATH 164.1 or permission of instructor is a prerequisite for EDEL 323. 

 

Reading Minor (6675)

This minor satisfies the Supporting endorsement for Reading.

A minor with campus and field experiences especially designed to prepare reading teachers and strengthen background preparation of elementary teachers. With EDRD 308 as a prerequisite, the minor should be commenced in the junior year.

Required Courses                       Credits

EDRD 410, Teaching Word Recognition Skills           3
EDRD 411, Teaching Comprehension                     3
EDRD 412, Assessment of Reading Skills               3
EDRD 413, Methods and Materials for Reading 
  Instruction                                        3
*EDRD 421, Teaching Children's Literature (3)  OR
 *ENG 422, Literature for the Middle School (4)    3-4
EDCS 424, Teaching Reading in Content Fields         3
EDRD 493, Reading Practicum                          5
Select from the following:                           3
  EDRD 414, Teaching Reading in a Multi-cultural 
    Setting (3)
  EDRD 415, Reading for the Gifted (3)
  EDRD 417, Reading Readiness and Beginning 
    Reading (3)
  EDRD 418, Reading and Linguistics (3)
  EDRD 419, Storytelling Techniques (3)
  EDBL 440, Reading English as a Secondary 
    Language (3)

                                       Total     26-27

*Either EDRD 421, Teaching Children's Literature (3), or ENG 422, Literature for the Middle School (4) may be taken depending upon the grade level the student is expecting to teach.

Special Education Minor (7800)

The Special Education programs offered are specifically designed to prepare teachers for meeting the diverse tasks required in teaching individuals with disabilities. The minor may serve as a "pre-endorsement" plan for those wishing to add the special education endorsement at a later date. See a special education advisor for your individualized pre-endorsement plan.

Required Courses                       Credits

EDSE 310, Introduction to Special Education          4
EDSE 311, Foundations of Special Education           3
EDSE 410, Behavior Management and Precision          3
  Teaching for Students with Disabilities
EDSE 411, Assessment of Students with Disabilities   4
EDSE 422, Teaching Strategies, Curriculum and
  Materials for Students With Disabilities           5
EDSE 431, Program Management for Students 
  with Disabilities                                  3
EDSE 432, Career Education for Students
  with Disabilities                                  3
EDSE 460, Collaboration with Parents,
Paraprofessionals, Community Agencies                3

                                          Total     28

Endorsements for Special Education

Students who hold a current teaching certificate and are endorsed in other areas may earn endorsement in special education P-3, K-12, or P-12 by successfully completing the above minor plus EDSE 495. See the Special Education Program director for procedures.

Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) Minor (8400)

This minor satisfies the Supporting endorsement for English as a Second Language.

This minor prepares students to teach in classrooms where second language students are enrolled. While the Bilingual/TESL minor leads to a bilingual education endorsement, the TESL minor leads to an English as a second language endorsement. It also offers introductory preparation for persons intending to teach English in other countries. Students must complete, or have already completed, one year of study in a foreign or second language or the equivalent.

Required Courses                       Credits

EDBL 312, Foundations in Bilingual Education         3
EDBL 318, Culture and Curriculum                     3
EDBL 433, Educational Linguistics (3) OR
  ANTH 381, Language in Culture (4)                3-4
EDEC 415, Child Language Acquisition                 3
EDBL 438, Teaching English as a Second Language      3
EDBL 439, Testing English as a Second Language       2
EDBL 440, Reading English as a Second Language       3
EDBL 492, Practicum                                  3

                                       Total     23-24
*Students with documented experience working in an appropriate classroom setting may, through advisement,
 take six credits of coursework instead of the practicum. 

Education Courses

Enrollment in education courses, except EDF 100, is subject to being fully admitted to the teacher preparation program.

Bilingual Education Courses

EDBL 296. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated. Formerly ED 296.

EDBL 298. Special Topics (1-6). Formerly ED/ECE 298.

EDBL 299. Seminar (1-5). May be repeated. Formerly ED/ECE 299.

EDBL 312. Foundations in Bilingual Education (3). Education of students whose primary language is other than English. Research on linguistic, social and community issues pertaining to bilingualism and bilingual education.

EDBL 318. Culture and Curriculum (3). ANTH 130 recommended. The importance of culture-based curriculum to children, families and communities, and its creation, use and evaluation. Formerly ECE 318. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDBL 396. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated. Formerly ECE 396.

EDBL 398. Special Topics (1-6). Formerly ED and ECE 398.

EDBL 433. Educational Linguistics (3). Prerequisite, ANTH/ ENG 180 or permission. Phonology, syntax and semantics applicable to speech and learning situations in the school. Not recommended for undergraduates with no teaching experience. Formerly ED 433. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDBL 434. Educational Principles and Second Language Instruction (ESL/SSL) (4). Prerequisite, Spanish language fluency or permission of instructor. Major language theories related to educational principles and language roles in classrooms where English and Spanish are learned as second languages. Presentations, use, practice and critique of language teaching methods. Formerly ED 434. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDBL 435. Bilingual Education in the Content Areas (3). Prerequisite, Spanish language fluency or permission of instructor. Designed to develop teacher competency related to the bilingual instruction of coursework in language arts, social studies, science and mathematics in both English and Spanish. The use of ESL in these content areas is emphasized. Taught in English and Spanish. Formerly ED 435. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDBL 438. Teaching English as a Second Language (3). Theoretical and conceptual information about language and language acquisition. Practical, applied aspects of second language learning and teaching. Formerly ED 438. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDBL 439. Testing English as a Second Language (2). Investigation of basic theories, concepts, procedures and instruments for testing English language skills of public school students for whom English is a second language. Formerly ED 439. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDBL 440. Reading English as a Second Language (3). Prerequisite, EDRD 309 or permission of instructor. Reading instruction for K-12 students who are speakers of a language other than English. Linguistic theory and information for developing and implementing strategies and techniques for literacy acquisition in English. Formerly ED 440. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDBL 490. Cooperative Education (1-12). An individualized contracted field experience with business, industry, government, or social service agencies. This contractual arrangement involves a student learning plan, cooperating employer supervision, and faculty coordination. Prior approval required. May be repeated. Grade will be S or U. Formerly ECE 490 OR SPED 490. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDBL 492. Practicum (1-15). Prerequisite, permission of the Teacher Education Programs department. This course will provide students with experience working in bilingual education and/or English as a second language settings. Grade will be S or U. Students may accumulate no more than 15 hours of practicum credit.

EDBL 496. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated. Formerly ECE, ED, OR SPED 496.

EDBL 498. Special Topics (1-6). Formerly ECE, ED, OR SPED 498.

EDBL 499. Seminar (1-5). May be repeated. Formerly ECE, ED, OR SPED 499.

Education Courses-Curriculum and Supervision

EDCS 296. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated. Formerly ED 296.

EDCS 298. Special Topics (1-6). Formerly ED/ECE 298.

EDCS 299. Seminar (1-5). May be repeated. Formerly ED/ECE 299.

EDCS 300. Pre-Autumn Field Experience (4). A laboratory experience course in the first phase of Option I in the teacher preparation program. The course deals with the opening of school, professional relationships, school/community relationships, school district organization, instructional support and resource services. Students are assigned in off-campus centers for approximately four weeks prior to fall quarter. Grade will be S or U. Formerly ED 300. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDCS 300.1. Teaching: Introductory Field Experience (4). A laboratory experience course in the first phase of Option II of the teacher preparation program. May be taken only by Option II students. Grade will be S or U. Formerly ED 300.1. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDCS 309. Service Learning (2). Student will use program of study content knowledge to improve a community situation. Same as FCGS 309. Student may not receive credit for both.

EDCS 311. Teaching: Curriculum, Methods and Materials (5). Prerequisites, EDF 301 or EDCS 300.1, PSY 314, and admission to the Teacher Preparation Program. Basic principles of instruction, fundamental teaching procedures, curriculum content, and classroom activities typical of primary, middle, and secondary levels. Formerly EDCS 311. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDCS 312. Educational Statistics (4). Use and interpretation of elementary statistical techniques. Formerly ED 312. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDCS 316. Educational Technology (3). Prerequisite, EDF 301 or EDCS 300.1, PSY 314, demonstration of computer competence or IT 101 or CS 101 or equivalent, and admission to the Teacher Preparation Program. Contemporary classroom media and microcomputer technology including hypertext, classroom management, and discipline-specific software. Same as BSED 316. Formerly ED 316. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDCS 392. Practicum (3-5). Prerequisite, permission of Education Department. Practical experience in a state approved K-12 educational setting. Grade will be S or U. Formerly ED 392. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDCS 396. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated. Formerly ECE 396.

EDCS 398. Special Topics (1-6). Formerly ED OR ECE 398.

EDCS 424. Reading in the Content Fields (3). For intermediate and secondary school teachers. Focuses on the techniques needed by students to become efficient readers in various subject areas. Formerly ED 424. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDCS 431. Intercultural Education (3). Race, nationality, minority groups, income groups, urban and rural groups, and methods of teaching and measuring intergroup relations. Formerly ED 431. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDCS 442. Student Teaching (5-16). Prerequisites, admission to the Teacher Preparation Program, 3.0 cumulative GPA the last 45 credits and successful completion of professional sequence, and at least 75% of major and minor completed. Students must attend the seminar which accompanies the student teaching experience. The seminar will meet a total of 20 clock hours during the quarter, normally at a time other than school hours, and at a place designated by the university supervisor. All assignments for student teaching are made through the office of student teaching. In order to qualify for certification to teach in more than one specialization, students must meet all requirements as listed in the undergraduate catalog for each specialization. Students must demonstrate their competence by student teaching a full quarter for each specialization for which they wish to be endorsed. Grade will be S or U. Formerly ED 442. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDCS 444. Education Issues and Law (3). Prerequisite, EDF 301 or EDCS 300.1, PSY 314, and admission to the Teacher Preparation Program. Major legal and ethical issues confronting educators, including implications for identifying and reporting child abuse. Formerly ED 444. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDCS 450. Media Development (3). Introduction to design and production of various instructional materials from manual to more complex computer techniques.

EDCS 490. Cooperative Education (1-12). An individualized contracted field experience with business, industry, government, or social service agencies. This contractual arrangement involves a student learning plan, cooperating employer supervision, and faculty coordination. Prior approval required. May be repeated. Grade will be S or U. Formerly ECE 490 OR SPED 490. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDCS 491. Workshop (1-6). Laboratory facilities will be included as part of the workshop; specialists will lead discussions on various problems concerning education. With the approval of Department Chair, course may be designated for regular letter grade or S or U, depending upon course objectives and method of instruction. Formerly ED 491.

EDCS 492. Practicum (1-15). Prerequisite, permission of the Chair of the Department of Curriculum and Supervision. Experience working in educational settings. Grade will be S or U. Students may accumulate no more than 15 hours of practicum credit. Formerly ED 492.

EDCS 496. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated. Formerly ECE/ED/SPED 496.

EDCS 498. Special Topics (1-6). Formerly ECE/ED/SPED 498. EDCS 499. Seminar (1-5). May be repeated. Formerly ECE, ED, OR SPED 499.

Early Childhood Education Courses

EDEC 292. Assisting in the Child-Centered Classrooms (5). Students work with children in ECE classrooms, learning and practicing the fundamentals of guidance, curriculum implementation and maintaining the physical environment. Students participate in a 2-hour seminar each week. May be taken twice for credit with the permission of the division head. Grade will be S or U. Formerly ECE 292. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 296. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated. Formerly ED 296.

EDEC 298. Special Topics (1-6). Formerly ED/ECE 298.

EDEC 299. Seminar (1-5). May be repeated. Formerly ECE 299.

EDEC 310. Infant Education (3). Needs and characteristics of infants and toddlers. Enrichment opportunities and effects on development. Implications for persons in care giving roles. Formerly ECE 310. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 331. Child Development (3). Developmental characteristics of children from conception to eight years. Includes observation techniques. Formerly ECE 331, students may not receive credit for both. EDEC 331 and FCSF 331 are the same course. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 332. Theories in Child Development (3). Comparison of major theories. Formerly ECE 332. EDEC 332 and FCSF 332 are the same course. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 333. ECE Curriculum: Pre-Kindergarten (3). Prerequisites, EDEC 292 and EDEC 331 or 332. Historical influences and knowledge of child development, psychological theories and contemporary models as bases for curriculum development and implementation in pre-kindergarten settings. Formerly ECE 333. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 334. ECE Curriculum: Kindergarten- Primary (3). Prerequisite, EDEC 331 or 332 or PSY 314. Historical influences and knowledge of child development/psychological theories/contemporary models as a basis for curriculum development and implementation in kindergarten through primary settings. Formerly ECE 334 OR ED 334. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 346. Programs and Approaches in ECE (3). Comparative study of the influences of traditional programs and contemporary models in program development for young children. Formerly ECE 346. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 347. British Infant School and Early Childhood Education (3). A study of the role of the teacher, the organization of the classroom and the nature of children's learning within the British Infant School and its adaptability to early childhood programs (3-8-year-old children) in the United States. The student will participate in simulated learning experiences, contribute to a class-developed resource book, and examine the social, emotional and organizational context of the "Informal" learning approach. Formerly ECE 347. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 354. Childhood Learning (3). Prerequisite, EDEC 331 or 332. Origins and applications of learning/developmental theory emphasizing personalized, child-centered education. Formerly ECE 354. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 396. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated. Formerly ECE 396.

EDEC 398. Special Topics (1-6). Formerly ED OR ECE 398.

EDEC 415. Child Language Acquisition (3). Prerequisite, a course in child or human development (e.g., EDEC/FCSF 331, or EDEC/FCSF 332, or PSY 314) or introductory linguistics (e.g., ANTH/ENG 180) or permission of instructor. Language acquisition birth through eight years; aspects of phonological, grammatical, and semantic development in a natural language environment. Projects include transcription and grammatical analysis of a young child's speech. Formerly ECE 415. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 421. Play in Childhood (3). Prerequisite, EDEC 331 or permission of instructor. Definitions, developmental aspects, and curricular implications of play. Formerly ECE 421. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 430. Principles and Practices of Caregiving (3). Prerequisite, six credits of family studies. The examination of developmental characteristics and needs of individuals across the life cycle as they relate to both familial and non-familial caregiving. EDEC 430 and FCSF 430 are the same course. Students may not receive credit for both. Formerly ECE 430. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 432. Child Development Research (3). Prerequisite, FCSF/EDEC 331 or permission. The influence of family patterns and interaction on infant and child development; current research. Same as FCSF 432, formerly ECE/HOFS 432. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 443. Lab Experience/Teaching ECE (3). Prerequisite, permission of the director. Assist ECE professors in teaching those courses which involve outside observation or participation. Formerly ECE 443. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 447. Curriculum Exploration (3). Prerequisite, EDEC 493.1 or permission of the director. Guided exploration of curriculum or guidance needs as identified by student self-evaluation. Consistency with the student's personal philosophy and child development will be emphasized. Formerly ECE 447. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 448. Parent Involvement (3). Parent-child and parent-school interactions as educational and developmental aids. Emphasis upon the school's use of the home and community for educational purposes. Formerly ECE/ED 448 OR ECE 445. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 465. Directing ECE Programs (3). Prerequisite, permission of the director. Budgeting, governmental requirements, staffing, nutritional and health care, parental involvement, community and agency liaison, and the integration of developmental/educational curriculum. Formerly ECE 465. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 485. Paraprofessional Training/Supervision (3). The recruitment, training and responsibilities of paraprofessionals for cooperative work in the classroom. Includes the factor of career development. Formerly ECE 485/ED 485. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 489. Issues in Early Childhood Education (3). Formerly ECE 489 and 499.1. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 490. Cooperative Education (1-12). An individualized contracted field experience with business, industry, government, or social service agencies. This contractual arrangement involves a student learning plan, cooperating employer supervision, and faculty coordination. Prior approval required. May be repeated. Grade will be S or U. Formerly ECE 490 OR SPED 490. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 493.1. Practicum and Issues in ECE (6-15). Prerequisites, EDEC 333 and 334 or permission. Grade will be S or U. Formerly ECE, EDCS 493.1. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 493.2. Advanced Practicum (3-10). Prerequisite, EDEC 493.1 or permission of the Chair of the Department of Curriculum and Supervision. A course designed to meet special needs as determined by the student, his/her advisor and the director. Grade will be S or U. Formerly ECE, EDCS 493.2. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 495. Teaching in the Early Childhood Classroom (5). Prerequisites, EDEC 493.1 and permission. Students prepare and investigate a child-centered classroom. Course includes both laboratory and seminar components. Formerly ECE 495. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEC 496. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated. Formerly ECE, ED, OR SPED 496.

EDEC 498. Special Topics (1-6). Formerly ECE, ED, OR SPED 498.

EDEC 499. Seminar (1-5). May be repeated. Formerly ECE, ED, OR SPED 499.

Elementary Education Courses

EDEL 296. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated. Formerly ED 296.

EDEL 298. Special Topics (1-6). Formerly ED/ECE 298.

EDEL 299. Seminar (1-5). May be repeated. Formerly ED/ECE 299.

EDEL 323. Teaching Elementary School Mathematics (3). Prerequisite, Math 164.1 or permission of instructor. Methods and materials for helping children learn mathematics with emphasis on the use of manipulatives, problem solving, cooperative learning, and communication. Formerly ED 323. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEL 396. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated. Formerly ECE 396.

EDEL 420. Methods and Materials in the Social Sciences - Elementary (3). *Enrollment is subject to being fully admitted to the Teacher Education Program. Formerly SOSC 420. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEL 427. Primary Arithmetic Program (3). Prerequisite, EDEL 323 or equivalent. Methods of teaching mathematical concepts. Construction and use of manipulative aids and games. Formerly ED 427. Students may not receive credit for both.

DEL 428. Intermediate and Upper Grade Arithmetic Program (3). Prerequisite, EDEL 323 or equivalent. Methods of teaching and materials utilized in teaching metrics, word problems, charting, graphing, statistics, probabilities, coordinates, negative numbers, and gaming. Includes use of the calculator as an instructional strategy. Formerly ED 428. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEL 490. Cooperative Education (1-12). An individualized contracted field experience with business, industry, government, or social service agencies. This contractual arrangement involves a student learning plan, cooperating employer supervision, and faculty coordination. Prior approval required. May be repeated. Grade will be S or U. Formerly ECE 490 OR SPED 490. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDEL 492. Practicum (1-15). Prerequisite, permission of the Teacher Education Programs department. Experience working in educational settings. Arrangements are made through the office of student teaching. Grade will be S or U. Students may accumulate no more than 15 hours of practicum credit.

EDEL 492.1. Practicum for the Gifted (5). At least 30 documented hours in gifted classroom(s). Two 3-hour seminars will be required during the practicum experience. Formerly ED, EDCS 492.1.

EDEL 496. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated. Formerly ECE, ED, OR SPED 496.

EDEL 498. Special Topics (1-6). Formerly ECE, ED, OR SPED 498.

EDEL 499. Seminar (1-5). May be repeated. Formerly ECE, ED, OR SPED 499.

Education Foundation Courses

EDF 100. Improvement of Basic Reading Skills (1-2). May be repeated. Credits will not be allowed toward meeting bachelor's degree requirements. Grade will be S or U. Formerly ED 100. (For information, see Academic Achievement Office, Bouillon Hall.)

EDF 201. Tutoring Methods I (1). Principles of individualized instruction for student paraprofessional tutors. Structuring tutorials, fundamental learning strategies, assessment strategies, communication skills, integration of content mastery/learning skills. Formerly ED 201.

EDF 202. Tutoring Methods II (1). Principles of individualized instruction for student paraprofessional tutors. Learning strategies, motivational theory and techniques, tutoring students with disabilities, cross-cultural communication. Formerly ED 202.

EDF 296. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated. Formerly ED 296.

EDF 298. Special Topics (1-6). Formerly ED/ECE 298.

EDF 299. Seminar (1-5). May be repeated. Formerly ED/ECE 299.

EDF 301. Teaching: An Orientation (3). Teaching as a career and essential features of preparation. Study of the teacher's role and function in the school; characteristics of good teachers; preparation for professional competencies and certification; the American public school system; and the responsibilities of schools in a democratic society. Formerly ED 301. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDF 302. Introduction to Students with Exceptionalities (4). Designed to introduce effective teaching strategies and strategies for adapting standard instruction to meet the needs of a range of students found in the typical classroom. This course provides information about students considered disabled as well as gifted and students with multicultural heritages. Formerly SPED 301. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDF 396. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated. Formerly ECE 396.

EDF 398. Special Topics (1-6). Formerly ED OR ECE 398.

EDF 490. Cooperative Education (1-12). An individualized contracted field experience with business, industry, government, or social service agencies. This contractual arrangement involves a student learning plan, cooperating employer supervision, and faculty coordination. Prior approval required. May be repeated. Grade will be S or U. Formerly ECE 490 OR SPED 490. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDF 496. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated. Formerly ECE, ED, OR SPED 496.

EDF 498. Special Topics (1-6). Formerly ECE, ED, OR SPED 498.

EDF 499. Seminar (1-5). May be repeated. Formerly ECE, ED, OR SPED 499.

Reading Education Courses

EDRD 296. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated. Formerly ED 296.

EDRD 298. Special Topics (1-6). Formerly ED/ECE 298. EDRD 299. Seminar (1-5). May be repeated. Formerly ED/ECE 299.

EDRD 308. Reading I (3). First of two courses designed to prepare prospective teachers to teach reading in elementary school classrooms. Deals with processes and products of the reading act; methods and materials; assessment procedures and instruments. Formerly ED 308. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDRD 309. Reading II (5). Prerequisite, EDRD 308. Content and methodology of readiness, vocabulary development, phonic and structural analysis, comprehension and study skills. Formerly ED 309. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDRD 396. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated. Formerly ECE 396.

EDRD 398. Special Topics (1-6). Formerly ED OR ECE 398.

EDRD 410. Teaching Word Recognition Skills (3). Prerequisites, EDRD 308 and 309. Methods for teaching the word recognition skills will be developed. Decoding as an aid to comprehension, including phonetic analysis, context clues, structural analysis, and sight vocabulary. Formerly ED 410. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDRD 411. Teaching Comprehension (3). Prerequisite, EDRD 308 or permission. Comprehension strategies and techniques; techniques for vocabulary development. Formerly ED 411. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDRD 412. Assessment of Reading Skills (3). Prerequisite, EDRD 308 or permission. Assessment instruments, procedures and interpretive skills for determining student reading levels and needs. Emphasizes the selection, administration and interpretation of tests. Formerly ED 412. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDRD 413. Methods and Materials for Reading Instruction (3). Prerequisites, EDRD 308 and 309. Strategies for classroom management, implementation of learning theories. Formerly ED 413. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDRD 414. Teaching Reading in a Multi-Cultural Setting (3). Prerequisite, EDRD 308 or permission. Strategies for teaching reading and developing language skills in a multi-cultural setting. Formerly ED 414. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDRD 415. Reading for the Gifted (3). Prerequisite, EDRD 308 or permission. Techniques for identifying and challenging the superior reader. Formerly ED 415. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDRD 416. Strategies, Techniques and Materials for Teaching Reluctant Readers (3). Prerequisite, EDRD 308 or permission. Motivational techniques and nonconventional materials for teaching reluctant readers. Formerly ED 416. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDRD 417. Reading Readiness and Beginning Reading (3). Prerequisite, EDRD 308 or permission. Language development and discrimination skills for beginning readers. Formerly ED 417. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDRD 418. Reading and Linguistics (3). Prerequisite, ANTH/ENG 180 or permission of instructor. Reading instruction built on an understanding of how language functions. Linguistic theory and information for developing strategies, methodologies and techniques for teaching children to read. Formerly ED 418. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDRD 419. Storytelling Techniques (3). Storytelling in the integrated curriculum. Students become familiar with a variety of stories and demonstrate the ability to tell stories. Formerly ED 419. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDRD 420. Teaching the Language Arts (4). Primarily for prospective elementary school teachers. Listening, writing. speaking, spelling, and handwriting development. Emphasizes curriculum, methods, materials, and research. Experienced teachers see EDEL 531. Formerly ED 420. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDRD 421. Teaching Children's Literature (3). The types of literature suited to children in grades 1-6; includes reading and evaluation of material from early folklore to present day books for children. Students may not receive credit for EDRD 421 and ENG 432. Formerly ED 421. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDRD 490. Cooperative Education (1-12). An individualized contracted field experience with business, industry, government, or social service agencies. This contractual arrangement involves a student learning plan, cooperating employer supervision, and faculty coordination. Prior approval required. May be repeated. Grade will be S or U. Formerly ECE 490 OR SPED 490. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDRD 493. Reading Practicum (3-5). Prerequisites, EDRD 308 and 309 and permission of Teacher Education Programs Department. Practical experience working with children in classroom settings. Grade will be S or U. Formerly ED, EDCS 493. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDRD 496. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated. Formerly ECE, ED, OR SPED 496.

EDRD 498. Special Topics (1-6). Formerly ECE, ED, OR SPED 498.

EDRD 499. Seminar (1-5). May be repeated. Formerly ECE, ED, OR SPED 499.

Special Education Courses

EDSE 296. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated. Formerly ED 296.

EDSE 298. Special Topics (1-6). Formerly ED/ECE 298.

EDSE 299. Seminar (1-5). May be repeated. Formerly ED/ECE 299.

EDSE 302. Pre-school for Students with Developmental Delays (4). Prerequisites, EDF 302 and HOFS/EDEC 332 or permission of instructor. An overview of services for children with disabilities, aged birth-6: enabling legislation, risk factors, educational development, early detection, alternative delivery systems, intervention approaches, physical facilities, and environments. Formerly ECE 302 OR SPED 302. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDSE 303. Foundations of Special Education (3). Prerequisite or corequisite, EDF 302. Program development strategies including legal requirements and monitoring practices. Formerly SPED 303. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDSE 310. Introduction to Special Education (4). Prerequisite, Junior or Senior standing or permission of the instructor. May be taken concurrently with EDSE 311. Must be taken prior to commencing the Special Education course of study.

EDSE 311. Foundations of Special Education (3). Designed to introduce prospective teachers to the legal requirements of special education including eligibility, programming, and instruction. Also emphasizing skills necessary for collaborative relationships in the team process.

EDSE 396. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated. Formerly ECE 396.

EDSE 398. Special Topics (1-6). Formerly ED/ECE 398. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDSE 410. Behavior Management for Students with Disabilities (3). Prerequisites, EDSE 310, EDSE 311 or permission of instructor. Fundamentals of behavior change related to the education of students with disabilities. Monitoring individual student progress and utilizing data collected for program instructional change. Formerly SPED 410. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDSE 411. Assessment of Students with Disabilities (4). Prerequisites, EDSE 310, EDSE 311 or permission of instructor. Selecting, administering, scoring, and interpreting formal assessment tools. Designing and using informal testing techniques. Formerly SPED 411. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDSE 422. Teaching Strategies, Curriculum, and Materials for Students with Disabilities (5). Prerequisites, EDSE 303, EDSE 310, EDSE 311, EDSE 410, EDSE 411. Individual, small group and large group teaching strategies essential to individualized education programs, and selection, evaluation, and adaptation of commercially available materials, including computer applications.

EDSE 425. Deaf Culture (3). History and culture of the deaf. Social, educational, economic and psychological environments within the deaf community. Formerly SPED 425, students may not receive credit for both.

EDSE 426. The Child with Language Disabilities (3). Prerequisite, EDSE 311. An exploration of the child with language disabilities (age birth-6) from the perspective of normal language development, assessment strategies, and remedial techniques. Recommended for teachers of children with mild and severe disabilities. Formerly SPED 426. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDSE 427. American Sign Language I (3). Introduces educational use of ASL including conversationally relevant signs, fingerspelling, numbers, grammatical principles and features of American Sign Language. Not accepted as general education credit. Formerly SPED 426. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDSE 428. American Sign Language II (3). Prerequisite, EDSE 427 or permission of instructor. Educational use of ASL structure emphasized as well as both expressive and receptive skills in fingerspelling and sign. Not accepted as general education credit. Formerly SPED 428. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDSE 429. American Sign Language III (3). Prerequisite EDSE 428 or permission of instructor. Educational use of ASL structure emphasized including basic signing and grammar skills with emphasis on conversation with deaf individuals, video stories and class activities. Not accepted as general education credit. Formerly SPED 429. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDSE 431. Program Management for Students with Disabilities (3). Prerequisites, EDSE 410, 411, and 422. Developing skills in the construction and implementation of an Individualized Education Program (IEP). Formerly SPED 431. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDSE 432. Career Education for Students with Disabilities (3). Prerequisite, EDSE 410, 411 and 422. Career awareness, prevocational, and vocational education. Formerly SPED 432. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDSE 460. Collaboration with Parents, Paraprofessionals, and Community Agencies (3). Prerequisites,  EDSE 310, EDSE 311 or permission of instructor. Designing multidisciplinary teams including community agencies, paraprofessionals and the parents of students with disabilities to provide effective programming. Formerly SPED 460. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDSE 481. Child Abuse and Neglect: Implications for School Personnel (1). Prerequisite, Admission to Teacher Education Program. Survey of research with emphasis on characteristics, legal issues, identification, procedures, and reporting systems. Formerly SPED 481. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDSE 483. Promoting Phonological Awareness in Resource Rooms (1). Prerequisite, junior standing or permission of instructor. Philosophy and practice of resource room strategies to promote literacy among students with reading difficulties will be presented. Students will evaluate/develop literacy instructional programs. Formerly SPED 483. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDSE 489. Research & Inquiry (2). Prerequisites, EDSE 310, EDSE 311, EDSE 410, EDSE 411, EDSE 422, and EDSE 460. Capstone course involving extensive research into a category of disability and related issues, includes synthesis and oral presentation of research findings.

EDSE 490. Cooperative Education (1-12). An individualized contracted field experience with business, industry, government, or social service agencies. This contractual arrangement involves a student learning plan, cooperating employer supervision, and faculty coordination. Prior approval required. May be repeated. Grade will be S or U. Formerly ECE 490 OR SPED 490. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDSE 491.0 to 491.9. Workshop (1-6). Formerly SPED 491.0 to 491.9. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDSE 495. Practicum (5-16). Prerequisites, all core classes and full admission to the Teacher Education program. Practical experience with children having learning, behavioral or physical disabilities; using behavioral management techniques in an effort to bring the child up to maximum potential as determined by his flexibility, sociality and capacity. Grade will be S or U. Formerly SPED, EDCS 495. Students may not receive credit for both.

EDSE 496. Individual Study (1-6). Prerequisite, permission of instructor. May be repeated. Formerly ECE, ED, OR SPED 496.

EDSE 498. Special Topics (1-6). Formerly EDE, ED, or SPED 498.

EDSE 499. Seminar (1-5). May be repeated.

Undergraduate Courses/Programs on Reserve

The following courses are on reserve and may be offered subject to program needs. EDCS 319. Cursive and Manuscript Writing. EDCS 423. Reading in the Secondary School. EDCS 432. Implementing the Career Education Concept. EDCS 445. Aerospace Education. EDCS 446. Directed Observation. EDCS 485. Paraprofessional Training/Supervision. EDCS 487. Group Processes and Leadership. EDCS 488. Group Dynamics and the Individual. EDF 401. Contemporary Movements. EDSE 402. Identifying the Gifted Child. EDSE 403. Creativity for the Gifted. EDSE 405. Methods and Materials for the Gifted. EDSE 412. Teaching Strategies for Students with Disabilities. EDSE 424. Mainstreaming. EDSE 430. Curriculum and Materials for Students with Disabilities. EDSE 437. The Gifted Student. EDSE 482. Due Process of Law and Special Education. EDSE 484. The Individual Education Plan. EDSE 485. Teaching Children With Behavior Problems. EDSE 486. Utilization of Direct Instruction Materials.

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