This course examines the history, philosophy, and sociology of education. This course is designed to enhance students' abilities to prepare them for a degree in Education.
This course examines the foundations, current trends and issues in curriculum and instruction, the roles of teachers, and issues of diversity. Includes field experience.
This course introduces the prospective middle/secondary teacher to the role of thinker/reflective practitioner and develops awareness of the historical, political and economic forces influencing schooling in the United States. Includes field experience.
This course surveys various types of exceptionalities with an emphasis on etiology, physical, and educational characteristics.
This course examines effective everyday strategies and methods of behavior management that promote student success in elementary school classrooms.
This course explores the various genres of children's literature as well as discusses censorship, historical background of children’s literature, literature programs, and book evaluations.
This course examines legal issues related to education.
This course provides prospective teachers opportunities to apply advanced skills and strategies for integrating technology into the learning environment.
This course is designed to help improve reading comprehension, critical thinking skills, vocabulary, reading rate and study-reading techniques through reading and analyzing a variety of texts, including book-length works and textbook selections from various areas.