2012-2013

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Education

EDUC 305 (W) Introduction to Teaching (.5)

A writing-centered study of teaching through classroom field experiences, service learning, simulations, readings, and written reflections and critiques. Lesson presentations and evaluations by the student, peers and faculty on the student's potential as a teacher. Includes 24 hours of practicum in public school classrooms. (Weekly 2-3 hour blocks recommended.) Not open to first-semester freshmen.

  • General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Writing centered
  • Offering: Every semester
  • Instructor: Hamlin, Sell

EDUC 325 Tutoring Methods and Strategies (.5)

Explores strategies and methods of tutoring individuals or small groups in grades 6-12 with emphasis on developing literacy strengths across the curriculum. May be taken in conjunction with CLA courses carrying a service learning component in tutoring. This course is Credit/No Credit.

  • Offering: Fall
  • Instructor: Staff

EDUC 335 (W) The School, Teacher and Student (.5)

This writing-centered course deals with public school structure and curriculum, social and legal roles of the schools, minority and ethnic awareness, ethics of learner study, principles of instruction, accountability, and group processes. The emphasis is on understanding the issues of equity in education.

  • General Education Requirement Fulfillment: Writing centered
  • Offering: Every semester
  • Instructor: Staff

EDUC 350 Foundations of Reading (.5)

A study of the process of developmental reading, appropriate methods of instruction, critical selection of materials and usable management systems and techniques.

  • Prerequisite: EDUC 305 or consent of instructor
  • Offering: Spring
  • Instructor: Staff

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