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EF 304. School and Society

An introductory study of schooling as the principal institution by which American society educates its citizens for life in a democratic social order. (2 credit hours) January 20 – May 15

EL 354. Corrective Reading Instruction

This field-based course teaches the use of literacy assessment techniques to enhance teachers’ ability to plan appropriate literacy experiences. (3) January 20 – May 15

EX 390. Psychology and Education of the Exceptional Child

Characteristics and education of exceptional children, including mental retardation; learning disabilities; behavior disorders; visual, hearing, speech language, physical impairment; gifted. (3) January 20 – May 15

PY 222. Development of the Adolescent

The basic physical, cognitive, social and personality development of the adolescent period will be examined. Efforts will be made to understand current issues affecting adolescence in light of recent empirical and theoretical knowledge. (3) January 20 – May 15

SE 306. Theories of Learning and Management

Classroom instruction in learning theory and behavior management will be coordinated with instruction of a student in an integrated field experience. (2) January 20 – May 15

SE 330. Techniques of Teaching – Alternative Certification

Techniques of teaching for students in the Alternative Certification program. (3) January 20 – May 15

SE 460. Practicum

Professional practicum for students in the Alternative Certification program requiring classroom teaching under the direction and supervision of site administrators and program coordinator. (6) January 20 – May 15

EF 304-740. School and Society

An introductory study of schooling as the principal institution by which American society educates its citizens for life in a democratic social order. (2 credit hours) 2nd 6-Week Session - June 29 – August 7

PY 222. Development of the Adolescent

The basic physical, cognitive, social and personality development of the adolescent period will be examined. Efforts will be made to understand current issues affecting adolescence in light of recent empirical and theoretical knowledge. (3) 1st 4-Week Session – May 19 – June 12

EL 316-747. Foundations of Reading Techniques

This field-based course focuses on competencies of pedagogy of teaching reading. (3 credit hours) – 8 Week Session– June 16 – August 7

EL 353-747. Techniques of Teaching Elementary Mathematics

This field-based course focuses on understanding the elementary mathematics program and related methods and materials. (2 credit hours) – 8 Week Session– June 16 – August 7

EX304-747. Behavior Management

Theoretical background and rationale for managing student behavior. Emphasizes practical application of respondent, operant and social learning principles. (3 credit hours) – 8 Week Session– June 16 – August 7

EX 312-747. Diagnosis and Remediation of Learning Difficulties in Mathematics.

Designed specifically to help teachers learn to use a diagnostic and prescriptive approach in teaching remedial mathematics. (3 credit hours) – 8 Week Session– June 16 – August 7

EX 373-747. Techniques of Teaching the Mild/Moderate Cross-Categorical.

Methods and materials needed in teaching students with mild/moderate disabilities K-12 in cross-categorical settings will be studied. Academic, perceptual, cognitive, pre-vocational, and social skills will be emphasized. (3 credit hours) – 8 Week Session– June 16 – August 7

EX 390. Psychology and Education of the Exceptional Child

Characteristics and education of exceptional children, including mental retardation; learning disabilities; behavior disorders; visual, hearing, speech language, physical impairment; gifted. (3) 8 Week Session – June 16 – August 7

EX 507-750 (Takes the place of EX307). Family and the Exceptional Child.

Emphasizes the role of exceptional children teacher as parent partner. Stresses methods for collaborating with parents; strategies for accessing resources. (3 credit hours) You have the option of taking this as a graduate or undergraduate course. 8 Week Session - June 16 – August 7

SE 301-740. Fundamentals of Middle School Education.

History, philosophy, organization, and curriculum of middle level schools and the instructional strategies and technology for teaching young adolescents. (3 credit hours) 2nd 4-Week Session–June 16 – July 10

SE 302-740. Reading and Writing in Middle School.

A study of reading and writing as tools for learning in the middle school content area. (3 credit hours) 3rd 4-Week Session –July 14 – August 7

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