10 Week Session

Sub-categories
ED 340 Thematic Content Building Courses

  • This course provides concepts and reasoning for elementary mathematics education.  It will focus on methods and materials for teaching elementary school mathematics.  Case studies and instructional technology will be utilized to illustrate K-8 mathematics curriculum and pedagogy.  ED 330 includes a school-based practicum to educate pre-service and in-service teachers about K-8 Mathematics curriculum and pedagogy. (Note: 3 lecture credits)

  • This course is a field observation, training, and practical requirement for all students in the B.Ed. program. Students are involved in applying skills/content learned in their work in elementary schools as pre-professionals under the guidance and supervision of the ASCC Field Coordinator, Teacher Education faculty, and K-8 school system cooperating teachers. A minimum of five hours per week is required in conjunction with professional education courses. This course also requires a 15-hour seminar component for expected field training course work and the monitoring of the field training experience. (Note: 1 practicum credit)

  • This course seeks to help children acquire the knowledge, attitudes, and skills essential to science and technology literacy. This course has as its focus the methods and materials for teaching elementary school science. Emphasized are the content of elementary science, and the methods and materials useful to teach it. ED 335 uses readings, cases studies, instructional technology, and includes a school-based practicum to educate pre-service and in-service teachers about K-8 science curriculum and pedagogy. (Note: 3 lecture credits)

  • This course is a field observation, training, and practical requirement for all students the B.Ed. program. Students are involved in applying skills/content learned in their work in elementary schools as pre-professionals under the guidance and supervision of the ASCC Field Coordinator, Teacher Education faculty, and K-8 school system cooperating teachers. A minimum of five hours per week is required in conjunction with professional education courses. This course also requires a 15-hour seminar component for expected field training course work and the monitoring of the field training experience. (Note: 1 practicum credits)

  • This course examines the basic knowledge on the use of measurements and evaluation in the educational process.  Primary focus will be given to the theoretical foundations of testing and measurement development and its practical application in the construction and evaluation of tests.  Assessment and the use of rubrics will also be explored.  (Note: 4 lecture credits.)

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