T&L 250 Introduction to Education - 3 credits
Prerequisite: At least 30 completed redits. This course is designed for students exploring the profession of teaching in early hildhood, elementary, middle, or secondary schools. It is an introduction to the study if education that explores the foundations of education, how learners differ, and the ,ocial and political contexts of schools. Students complete a classroom field experience, explore related literature, and participate in role-playing, simulations, and peer-teaching. This course also introduces students to both the 1NTASC Principles, which guide our preparation of teachers, and to the Senior Capstone Experience.
T&L 315 Education of Exceptional Students - 3 credits
An orientation course, especially for classroom teachers, stressing the identification, characteristics and educational problems of exceptional children. A field exercise is part of this course.
T&L 339 Technology for Teachers - 2 credits
Prerequisite: Admission to Teaching and Learning Department. Students will demonstrate a sound understanding of technology concepts and operations that not only support classroom curriculum but provide an avenue for continuing professional development. Students will learn to apply technology to facilitate a variety of effective assessment and evaluation strategies. The class will help students understand the social, ethical, legal and human issues that surround the use of technology in PK-12 schools.
T&L 341 Foundations of Middle Level Education - 2 credits
T&L 350 Development and Education of the Adolescent - 3 credits
T&L 409 Reading in the Content Areas - 3 credits
T&L 432 Classroom Management - 3 credits
T&L 433 Multicultural Education - 3 credits
T&L 465 Middle Level Curriculum and Methods - 5 credits
T&L 486 Field Experience - 1-4 credits (Repeatable to 16)