Education Courses

This is a complete list of Educaton Courses.  Please note that not all coursed are offered.

 

EDU 0150 - American Sign Language

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2010, Fall 2009, Fall 2008, Spring 2007CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 0200 - Development of Education

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 0300 - Psy of Exceptional Child

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 0350 - Prin & Prac Secondary Ed

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 0360 - Methods Clinic:secondary

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 0361 - Method Clinic -English

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 0362 - Method Clinic -Soc Stud

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 0363 - Method Clinic - Math

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 0390 - Topics in Learning

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 0400 - Special Methods: Art

Description:Credit Hours:1.5Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 0401 - Elem Methods in Art

Description:Credit Hours:1.5Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 0402 - Spec Meth: Music

Description:Credit Hours:1.5Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 0403 - Spec Meth: Science

Description:Credit Hours:1.5Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 0404 - Spec Meth: Soc Studies

Description:Credit Hours:1.5Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 0405 - Teaching Arts Elementary Sch

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 0420 - Teach Read & Lang Arts

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 0421 - Teach Read & Lang Arts

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 0425 - Teach Math in Elem Sch

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 0426 - Teach Math Elem Sch

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 0427 - Comp Literacy-Teachers

Description:Credit Hours:1.5Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 0428 - Comp Literacy-Teach II

Description:Credit Hours:1.5Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 0445 - Reading in Content Areas

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 0455 - Student Teaching

Description:Credit Hours:6Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 2201 - Social Foundation Educ I

Description:Major movements in the history of education to 1600 with emphasis on their social and philosophical context; historical development of educational aims, curriculum and types of education; religious and political influences on education.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2016, Fall 2015, Fall 2014, Fall 2013CRSE Attributes:Education

 

EDU 2202 - Social Foundation Edu II

Description:Development of public and private education in America in its social and philosophical context; types of education, governmental activity in education, educational finance, religious and political influences, impact of European developments.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2016, Spring 2016, Fall 2015, Spring 2015CRSE Attributes:Core Social Science; Education

 

EDU 2300 - Research Seminar in Education

Description:An opportunity for students to become acquainted with the various approaches to inquiry in educational research and to design a small scale research project. Students willlearn how to locate, analyze and use both qualitative and quantitative research reports.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Spring 2016, Spring 2015, Spring 2014, Spring 2013CRSE Attributes:A&S Research Requirement; Core Social Science; Education; Writing Intensive Requirement

 

EDU 3000 - Prof. Development in Education

Description:Required course upon entry in the Teacher Certification Program. Introduction to competencies required for state certification, Standards Aligned Systems, national and state teaching standards and code of conduct and evaluation methods leading to state licensure in teaching grades 7-12.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 2016, Spring 2016CRSE Attributes:Education

 

EDU 3251 - Psych of Teaching & Learning

Description:The application of learning theory to classroom teaching.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2016, Spring 2016, Fall 2015, Spring 2015CRSE Attributes:Education

 

EDU 3253 - Educational Policy Analysis

Description:Examines the challenges facing public schools, the policies that are designed in response to these challenges, the effects of these policies on students, and efforts undertaken by some youth to improve education policy. Core course for Educational Policy & Leadership minor.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Spring 2015, Spring 2014, Spring 2013, Fall 2010CRSE Attributes:Core Social Science; Education

 

EDU 3254 - Prin & Tech of Insruct

Description:The school curriculum; principles for selecting and using instructional materials; principles of educational measurement and evaluation; practical exercises in the use of media and materials, and in educational measurement.Credit Hours:4Last Offered:Spring 2007, Fall 2006, Spring 2006, Fall 2005CRSE Attributes:Education

 

EDU 3258 - Education & Society in 1960s

Description:The relationship between educational developments and social change in the decade of the 1960s. The emergence of a distinctive youth culture and the educational impact of the civil rights and women's rights movements of the era.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Spring 2016, Spring 2015, Spring 2014, Spring 2013CRSE Attributes:Education

 

EDU 3260 - World War II Experience in EDU

Description:The impact of World War II on education and culture in the United States and foreign societies. Including educational experiences for women and ethnic and racial minorities.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Spring 2016, Spring 2015, Fall 2011, Fall 2009CRSE Attributes:Education

 

EDU 3261 - Latinos in Education

Description:Examination of methodological and analytical approaches to learning about the Education of US Latinos (Chicanos/Mexican Americans, Puerto Ricans, Cubans, and other groups of Latin American origin.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2014CRSE Attributes:Cultural Studies; Diversity Requirement 1; Diversity Requirement 2; Education; Latin American Studies Req

 

EDU 3262 - Edu Pearl Harbor to Sputnik

Description:The impact of World War II and the Cold War on American schools and society. The expansion of educational opportunities for women, ethnic and social minorities. The influence of advances in communications and technology on educational issues of the 1940s and 1950s.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2016, Fall 2015, Fall 2014, Fall 2013CRSE Attributes:Education

 

EDU 3263 - Diversity and Inclusion

Description:Introduction to the physical and social characteristics of diverse and exceptional students between 3 and 21. Issues of race, culture, gender, sexual orientation, and special education with respect to schools and in light of recent legislation and court decisions. Problem cases with an emphasis on the underprivileged, antisocial, and disadvantaged.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2016, Spring 2016, Fall 2015, Summer 2015CRSE Attributes:Africana Studies Minor/Conc; Core Social Science; Diversity Requirement 1; Education

 

EDU 3264 - Intro to Disability Studies

Description:Social, political, cultural and academic implications of disability; legacy of disability in the US and abroad; strategies for working with individuals with special needs. Service learning is required.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Spring 2016, Fall 2015, Spring 2015, Spring 2014CRSE Attributes:Core Social Science; Diversity Requirement 1; Education; Peace & Justice

 

EDU 3265 - Global Racism in Schools

Description:Examination of theories of prejudice, assimiliation, culturalism, ethnocentrism, and gender inequity to to explore historical, theoretical, and legal concepts of radism within transnational educational contexts. Structures and practices that address racism in educational systems across the globe.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2008CRSE Attributes:Africana Studies Minor/Conc; Core Social Science; Cross-listed course; Diversity Requirement 1; Diversity Requirement 3; Education; Writing Enriched Requirement

 

EDU 3266 - Civil War Exp in Education

Description:Investigation of the impact of the Civil War on education and culture. Curricular and instructional issues in teaching the Civil War in selective education environments.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2014, Spring 2014, Spring 2013, Spring 2012CRSE Attributes:Education

 

EDU 3277 - Urban Education

Description:Examines the challenges of urban schooling, the historical roots of these challenges, and the pedagogical techniques and policy tools that are being used to respond to them. A weekly community-based learning lab in an urban school is required.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2015, Fall 2013, Fall 2012CRSE Attributes:Africana Studies Minor/Conc; Education; Peace & Justice

 

EDU 4220 - Spec Meth Secondary Sch

Description:Approaches to teaching and their degrees of effectiveness; classroom management; methods applicable to the teaching of all subjects; student preparation and presentation of material for his/her own subject-matter field.Prerequisites:EDU 2201 (min. grade: D-) and EDU 2202 (min. grade: D-) and EDU 3251 (min. grade: D-) and EDU 3254 (min. grade: D-)Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2000, Spring 1999, Fall 1998, Spring 1998CRSE Attributes:Education

 

EDU 4242 - Special Topics: Education

Description:Work in critical analysis of selected topics in education, reflecting various historical, philosophical, and societal perspectives and methodologies.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:Education

 

EDU 4245 - Literacy & Eng Lang Learning

Description:Techniques for literacy evaluation; methods of teaching literacy and English as a second language; strategies for basic skill development and student observation in the schools.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2016, Fall 2015, Fall 2014, Spring 2013CRSE Attributes:Education

 

EDU 4281 - Meth English Sec School

Description:The curriculum, planning units and lessons in the teaching area; general methods of teaching, special methods and instructional materials in the subject, including textbooks, courses of study and reference works; application of the principles and techniques studied in Education 3254 to teaching the subject; lesson plans, units and tests in using methods, techniques, and materials in the subject; planned experiences and weekly assignments in neighboring secondary schools to observe, assist teachers, and teach pupils in the subject.Prerequisites:EDU 3251 (min. grade: D-)Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2015, Fall 2014, Fall 2013, Fall 2012CRSE Attributes:Education

 

EDU 4282 - Meth Fgn Lang Sec School

Description:The curriculum, planning units and lessons in the teaching area; general methods of teaching, special methods, and instructional materials in the subject, including textbooks, courses of study and reference works; application of the principles and techniques studied in Education 3254 to teaching the subject; lesson plans, units and tests and in using methods, techniques, and materials in the subject; planned experiences and weekly assignments in neighboring secondary schools to observe, assist teachers and teach pupils in the subject.Prerequisites:EDU 3251 (min. grade: D-)Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2015, Fall 2014, Fall 2011, Fall 2010CRSE Attributes:Education

 

EDU 4283 - Meth Math Sec School

Description:The curriculum, planning units, and lessons in the teaching area; general methods of teaching special methods, and instructional materials in the subject; including textbooks, courses of study and reference works; application of the principles and techniques studied in Education 3254 to teaching the subject; lesson plans, units and tests and in using methods, techniques, and materials in the subject; planned experiences and weekly assignments in neighboring secondary schools to observe, assist teachers and teach pupils in the subject.Prerequisites:EDU 3251 (min. grade: D-)Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2015, Fall 2014, Spring 2014, Fall 2013CRSE Attributes:Education

 

EDU 4284 - Meth Science Sec School

Description:The curriculum, planning units, and lessons in the teaching area; general methods of teaching special methods and instructional materials in the subject; including textbooks, courses of study and reference works; application to the principles and techniques studied in Education 3254 to teaching the subject; lesson plans, units and tests and in using methods, techniques, and materials in the subject, planned experiences and weekly assignments in neighboring secondary schools to observe, assist teachers and teach pupils in the subject.Prerequisites:EDU 3251 (min. grade: D-)Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2014, Fall 2012, Fall 2011, Fall 2009CRSE Attributes:Education

 

EDU 4285 - Meth Soc Stud Sec School

Description:The curriculum, planning units, and lessons in the teaching area; general/ methods of teaching, special methods, and instructional materials, in the subject, including textbooks, courses of study and reference works, application of the principles and techniques studied in Education 3254 to teaching the subject, practice in preparing lesson plans, units and tests and in using methods, techniques, and materials in the subject; planned experiences and weekly assignments in neighboring secondary schools to observe, assist teachers and teach pupils in the subject.Prerequisites:EDU 3251 (min. grade: D-)Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2015, Fall 2014, Fall 2013, Fall 2012CRSE Attributes:Education

 

EDU 4289 - Education Independent Study

Description:Supervised independent study, specific requirements will be determined by the faculty member. Students may only register for this class once with special permission of chairperson.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Summer 2016, Fall 2014, Summer 2014, Summer 2013CRSE Attributes:Education

 

EDU 4290 - Philosophy of Education

Description:The development of a sound personal philosophy of education and practice in applying that philosophy to current educational issues.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2016, Spring 2016, Fall 2015, Summer 2015CRSE Attributes:Education

 

EDU 4291 - Student Teaching

Description:Observation and teaching under actual classroom conditions in the student's field of teaching specialization; open only to students of the Senior year who have completed all the subject matter courses in the field of specialization.Prerequisites:(EDU 2201 (min. grade: D-) or EDU 2202 (min. grade: D-)) and EDU 3251 (min. grade: D-)Credit Hours:9Last Offered:Spring 2016, Spring 2015, Fall 2014, Spring 2014CRSE Attributes:Education

 

EDU 4292 - Senior Seminar

Description:The student teaching experience; elements of school law; current educational issues; use of computers in the classroom; relationship of practice to theory; sharing of experiences, common problems and alternative teaching practices; open to student teachers.Prerequisites:(EDU 2201 (min. grade: D-) or EDU 2202 (min. grade: D-)) and EDU 3251 (min. grade: D-)Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Spring 2016, Spring 2015, Fall 2014, Spring 2014CRSE Attributes:Education

 

EDU 4298 - Student Teaching

Description:Credit Hours:6Last Offered:Fall 2016, Spring 2016, Spring 2014, Spring 2013CRSE Attributes:Education

 

EDU 4301 - Humanistic Education

Description:Principles of humanistic psychology as they apply to education: Active listening, kinesics, values clarification, motivation, classroom groups, and the teacher as a group facilitator.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Spring 2016, Fall 2012, Fall 2011, Spring 2009CRSE Attributes:Education

 

EDU 7031 - Independent Study

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7110 - Commununity Refer Serv

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7111 - Legal Ethical Counseling

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7112 - School Law Workshop

Description:Will review the laws that apply to public and private schools, to teachers and to students. Topics will include State and Federal Constitutional provisions applicable to school districts, including First Amendment free speech and separation-of-church-and-state rights and limitations, civil rights laws, their derivation and application, liability and contract issues.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Summer 2008, Summer 2007, Spring 2007, Summer 2006CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7115 - Elem School Counsel Sem

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7116 - Values Clarification

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7117 - Writ for Edu Publication

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Spring 2006, Spring 2005, Spring 2003, Spring 2001CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7118 - Advanc Counseling Skills

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7120 - Intelligence Testing

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7121 - Learning Disabilities

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7122 - Math Games - Elem Teach

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7123 - Professional Negotiation

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7124 - Teaching Metric System

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 2016CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7125 - Forgotten Maritime Herit

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 2016CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7126 - Early Maritime Heritage

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 2016CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7127 - Contem Maritime Heritage

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7128 - Science Curriculum Study

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7129 - Peer Counsel Training

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7130 - Simulated Guidance Activ

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7132 - Affective Education

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7133 - Classroom Management

Description:Investigation of successful strategies for positive approaches to classroom management as well as examination of school & school district policies.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Spring 2015, Fall 2013, Fall 2012, Fall 2011CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7134 - Transactional Analysis

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7136 - Alternativ Help Strat II

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7137 - Humanist Educ Interact

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7141 - Integr Teaching Sci, Mat, Tech

Description:Students will learn a method of integrating the teaching of Science, Mathematics and Technology. The method is based on a laboratory experience and is modeled using physics experiments leading to determining the earth's field. Participants will take measurements and analyze results with the aid of the computer. There are no course prerequisites in the technical fields. Those seeking credit will be required to submit a formal laboratory report on the material learned with appropriate additional requirements.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Spring 2014, Spring 2012, Spring 2011, Fall 2008CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7142 - Parent Management

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 2016CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7143 - Critical Thinking Skills

Description:Theories about the teaching of critical thinking, and their applications to lesson and unit planning and to the asses- ment of students' thinking. To conclude the workshop, participants will design a unit which emphasizes critical thinking skills.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7145 - Train Session-Family Dyn

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7146 - Assertiveness Train II

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7147 - Special Educ Student

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7148 - Child Abuse

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7150 - Multiple Intelligences in Schl

Description:Foundational to both theoretical and practical instructional strategies for teachers, addressing Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligences.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Spring 2016, Spring 2008, Spring 2007, Spring 2006CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7151 - Organizational Develop

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7152 - Edu of Students w/Disabilities

Description:Workshop will cover the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, The Family Rights and Privacy ACT (FERPA), and Constitutional Due Process and their affect on the education of students. This material will benefit educators, counselors, school leaders and anyone interested in the legal aspects of special and regular education.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Summer 2007, Summer 2006, Summer 2005CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7153 - Challenges of Urban Education

Description:For inservice teachers, this workshop will provide confirmation of the challenges they face as well as a new set of instructional and affective strategies for meeting the needs of many urban students.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Spring 2016, Spring 2015, Spring 2011, Spring 2010CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7159 - Movement Workshop

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7160 - Discipline Secondary Lev

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7161 - Astronomy for Teacher

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7162 - Astronomy in Planetarium

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7168 - Teaching Gifted Child

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Summer 2004, Summer 2003CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7173 - Teacher Effective Train

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7187 - Workshop on Energy

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7189 - Train Teach Counsel Skil

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 2011CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7190 - Educational Data Analysis

Description:Designed to maximize participants' hands-on interaction with authentic data and data concepts so that each may develop an enhanced understanding of the larger questions related to data analysis and application.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 2010CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7193 - Career Education I

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7194 - Career Education II

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7196 - Math & Career Education

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7197 - Green Schoolyard Wkshop

Description:Students will investigate designs, development, implementation and multi-curricular applications of outdoor classrooms (green schoolyards). Workshop provides protocol for planning, designing, funding, installing and using green schoolyards as place-based instructional tools for the whole curriculum.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7201 - Admin Cross Cult Environ

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Summer 2000CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7202 - Irresist Communication

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7203 - Hypnosis & Hypno Therapy

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7211 - Writing across Microthms

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7220 - Mental Hlth Issues in Classrm

Description:Examines disorders and behaviors demonstrated in classroom, and discusses individual, classroom, and school-wide interventions and consultation methods for working with students with serious emotional/mental health issues and their parents, implications for psychopharmacological interventions, and interplay between regular and special education.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 2007, Fall 2006, Fall 2005CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7250 - Leadership Seminar I

Description:Taken during the fall semester when matriculating, this seminar introduces students to school leadership practice. Emphasizes adult learing theory, reflection-on-practice, content-based decision-making, the formation of learning communities, and leadership ethics. Students begin organ- izing their professional portfolios.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 2006, Fall 2005, Fall 2004, Fall 2003CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7251 - Leadership Seminar II

Description:Taken during the spring semester prior to graduation, this writing-intensive seminar integrates the interdisciplinary learing experiences of the School Leadership Program. Students write, present, and are interviewed about their "School Leadership Statement."Credit Hours:2Last Offered:Spring 2006, Spring 2003, Fall 1999, Summer 1999CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7256 - The A & S of Teaching Adults

Description:Professionals need a new paradigm that provides an alter- native perspective when working with adults. This seminar's goal is to stimulate professionals to reflect on their own experiences and paradigms and to learn new strategies for motivating and developing various adult populations.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 1998, Fall 1995CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7259 - Juggling People & Expertise

Description:Challenges participants to develop and refine instructional leadership skills, particularly those relating to curriculum and instructional inprovement. Skills training includes: leading the curriculum and staff development process; collaborative teacher supervision and evaluation; managing the environment; and communicating within the system hierarchy.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7260 - The Political Principal

Description:Participants will respond to the question: What are the characteristics of a principal who achieves educational excellence through effective political leadership. The seminar will examine three leadership concepts, the "military", the "hub of the wheel", and the "business/ corporate", in order to define the principal; role within a school system.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Spring 1999, Fall 1995CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7261 - Alternative Models

Description:Alternative educational models including: non-graded schools; schools for the performing arts; technology academies; schools for international study, ESL (English as a second language) schools; and, intergenerational schools. Clarifying alternative school leadership roles and understanding learning theory in alternative educational models.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7262 - Time Management

Description:How school leaders can use their time to increase product- ivity, effectiveness, and satisfaction.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7263 - Current Issues for New Prin.

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7264 - School-Based Management

Description:Examines promises and pitfalls of school-based management (SBM) during the 1900s. Participants explore the underlying issues surrounding SBM and the forces which tend to inhibit full implementation of SBM in publich schools and school systems.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7265 - Fostering School Culture

Description:Techniques and practices that foster school culture.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7266 - Needs Assessment

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7270 - The Staff Selection Process

Description:Prepares school principals/adminstrators to select staff who will compliment, enhance, and improve the school's present educational and social environment.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7273 - Legal Update for School Leader

Description:Current legal issues and strategies to resolve them.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Spring 2002CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7275 - Conducting Action Research

Description:Provide practicing teachers and administrators in Graduate Teacher Education, including Master's + Certification, and Educational Leadership programs with the tools and guidance to carry out an action research project from statement of the problem to dissemination of the results.Prerequisites:EDU 8603Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 2016, Spring 2007CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7278 - Women as Leaders

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7279 - Conflict and Accountability

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7280 - Effective Communications

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7281 - Risk Management in Schools

Description:Identify and discuss a list of common school-based risk situations and develop strategies to prevent them. Evaluate a sample risk management plan and develop recommendations to strengthen the sample.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Summer 2008, Fall 2007, Summer 2007CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7282 - Harassment in Schools

Description:Will help teachers recognize signs and identify types of harassment in schools. Discuss and understand long term effects of harassment and review strategies for preventing harassment and develop lesson plan or parent workshop dealing with bullying or sexual harassment.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Summer 2009, Fall 2007, Spring 2007CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7283 - New Literacy in Classrooms

Description:Highlights importance of achieving a student's own personal sense of literacy within each classroom and provide teachers with background in the changing shape of literacy in 21st century. Offers strategies in how to improve student's literacy levels.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Spring 2009, Spring 2007CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7284 - Differentiated Instruction

Description:Overview of research that supports differentiated instruction and explores needs of struggling and advanced learners. Develop lesson plans that recognize academic standards and provide strategies and activities that honor individual learning styles.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 2016, Spring 2016, Fall 2015, Spring 2015CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7285 - Inclusive Classrooms

Description:To equip teachers with the skills needed in accommodating students with disabilities in an inclusive setting. Review of current regulations and ways of meeting educational needs of all students.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 2016, Spring 2016, Fall 2015, Spring 2015CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7290 - Promoting Catholic Schools

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7291 - Voc Catholic Edu Leader

Description:This seminar examines the distinctive origin of catholic educational leadership, namely, the calling to devote professional endeavors to the Church's educational ministry. Students will analyze and discuss documents exploring the nature of God's call to his people to distinguish their profession as an important ecclesiastical ministry.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7292 - Purpose Imp of Catholic School

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 2016CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7293 - Student Diff: Sexual Orienta

Description:An examination of sexual orientation issues in classrooms, schools, and society.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 2007, Fall 2006, Fall 2005CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7295 - Multi-Tier System of Supports

Description:Multi-Tier System of Supports (MTSS) is the practice of providing high quality instruction and interventions matched to students with special needs. MTSS procedures, various applications, and standard implementations will be explored in school and classroom settings.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 2016, Spring 2016, Spring 2015, Spring 2014CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7301 - Hum Relations Discipline

Description:Credit Hours:2Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7302 - Teaching Child to Read

Description:Credit Hours:2Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7303 - Classroom Problems

Description:Credit Hours:2Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7304 - Wm Glassner Approach

Description:Credit Hours:2Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7305 - Values & Morality in Sch

Description:Credit Hours:2Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7306 - Mainstream Except Child

Description:Credit Hours:2Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7307 - Survival Skills Teachers

Description:Credit Hours:2Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7308 - Coping with Kids

Description:Credit Hours:2Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7309 - Social Problem Classroom

Description:Credit Hours:2Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7310 - Teach. & Sch. Guid. Servcs.

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 1995CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7312 - Asses. Stud. Ctr. Learning

Description:This workshop will examine the subject of assessment in light of current trends toward realistic and holistic practices. Open to GTE (GRADUATE TEACHER EDUCATION) students. Undergraduate seniors may be admitted with proper permission including that of the GTE coordinator.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Spring 1997, Fall 1995CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7314 - Calc & Comp in Geometry

Description:Graphing calculators, computer geometry software, calculator and computer generated geometry constructions, problem solving, and National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Standards.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 1999, Fall 1998, Fall 1996CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7315 - Teach Critical Thinking

Description:Strategies for interpreting editorial cartoons as a source for enhancing critical thinking related to current and/or historical events. Exploration of the sources and history of political cartoons and their use in the classroom.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7316 - Web Page Lessons

Description:World Wide Web as a source for lesson material, integrating World wide Web material into lessons, constructing web pages to be used in teaching.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Spring 2005, Spring 2004, Spring 2003, Spring 2002CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7318 - Multimedia Language Classrms

Description:To provide teachers with opportunities to use new and emerging technologies to create culturally authentic projects, lesson plans and activities to develop student's reading, listening, and speaking skills in languages other than English.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7320 - Strat w/ At-Risk Students

Description:Strategies for working with the full range of at-risk students, including behaviorally-disordered, ADHD, and Special Education. The relevance of psychological testing, support teams, and resources. Strategies demonstrated through the use of videos, case studies and role play.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Spring 2009, Spring 2008, Spring 2007, Spring 2006CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7321 - Student Teaching Seminar

Description:Students simultaneously enrolled in Graduate Student Teaching meet bi-weekly with a faculty member to analyze and reflect upon their student teaching experience.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Spring 2016, Spring 2015, Spring 2013, Spring 2012CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7401 - Communication Skills

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7402 - Classroom Mgt & Teaching

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Summer 2002CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7403 - Grad & Eval Clasrm Teach

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7404 - Technique Affective Educ

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7405 - Basic Skills Humanities

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7406 - Mainstream except Student

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7407 - Career Educ into Curric

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7408 - Edit/Polit/Hist Cartoons

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7500 - American Higher Education

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Spring 1998CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7502 - Devel Responsibil Child

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7503 - Teacher Effectiveness

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7504 - Motivation

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7506 - Creating Multimedia Lessons

Description:Workshop for elementary, middle and secondary teachers on: integration multimedia techology into classroom instruction; developing the capability of constructing multimedia lessions; editing audio and video sources for use in multimedia.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Spring 2005, Spring 2004, Spring 2003, Spring 2002CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7507 - Writing sem Grade 3-6

Description:Credit Hours:2Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7508 - Stress Manage Sch Person

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7509 - Writing Success

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7510 - Public/Private School Coll

Description:Public and private school collaborations in terms of their goals, organizational structure, financial and human support commonalities and differences, and assessment techniques.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Spring 2001, Spring 2000CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7512 - Competence Math Teaching

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7519 - Reading Comprehension

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7523 - Anal & Improve Instruc

Description:Credit Hours:2Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7524 - Critical Thinking

Description:Thinking skills in all areas of the school curriculum; furthering reason through activities and other approaches, K-12Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 1996CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7525 - Children's Literature

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7526 - Adv Writ Edu Publication

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Spring 2004, Spring 2002, Spring 1999, Spring 1996CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7528 - Making Skillful Writer

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7529 - Class Mgt Self-dis K-12

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7530 - Read Comp Cont Area K-12

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7532 - Market Edu Publications

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7534 - Teaching as Performance

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 1997CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7535 - Sci: Skill & Proc invest

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7536 - Stu Motiv Bet Learn K-12

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7537 - Writ Content Area K-12

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7539 - Teacher in Effective Sch

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7540 - Prob Solv Math Inst K-8

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7542 - Teach w/ Digital Prim Sources

Description:Explores the use of on-line primary source collections and technology (e.g. WebQuests) to enhance instruction in the humanities.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Spring 2012CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7543 - Promot Self Esteem Class

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 2007, Summer 2006, Summer 2005, Summer 2004CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7544 - Educating Middle School

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 2016, Summer 2015, Summer 2013, Fall 2011CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7546 - Voc Cath Edu Leader

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7548 - Eff Time Mngmnt for Ed

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Fall 2006, Fall 2005, Fall 2004, Fall 2003CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7549 - Promoting Cath Schools

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7551 - Lead Top in Higher Education

Description:Evolution of presidential leadership in America universities and the professional conduct of university/college teachers and administrators. Exploration of how the moral tone set for the academic community by the faculty and administration frames choices, policies, and actions.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Spring 2000CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7560 - Purpose Import Cath Sch

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7561 - Chars of Cath School

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7563 - Teach Study Skills Tes

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Spring 2012, Spring 2011, Fall 2009, Fall 2007CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7564 - Classroom Mgt & Teach Wksp

Description:Motivating of adolescent behavior, strategies for handling unacceptable behavior and creating positive classroom environments for effective communication, and protocols for effective communication with parents and administrators.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:Summer 2004, Spring 2004CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7676 - Educ Phil St Augustine

Description:Philosophical and psychological factors involved in the learning-teaching process gleaned from the life and works of St. Augustine.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7900 - Advanced Placement Statistics

Description:Practical guide for the development of high-quality statistics courses and curricula to meet the increasing demand for AP statistics among high-school students.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Summer 2000CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7905 - Teaching English Composition

Description:Practical seminar dealing with common writing problems and potential solutions, including such topics as: composition in an internet age, grammar and standard English, teaching organization, workplace writing, coping with plagiarism, and others.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Summer 2002, Summer 2001, Summer 2000CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7910 - Developing Resiliency

Description:Styles of teaching and learning that can promote resiliency among students from all backgrounds by fostering social competence, problem-solving skills, a sense of autonomy, and hope for the future.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7915 - Interactive Design for Teacher

Description:Highly-interactive course to provide experience with the design, development, and evaluation of effective multimedia- based applications in the classroom.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Summer 2001, Summer 2000CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7920 - Methods of Teaching Science

Description:Practical integration of science and mathematics for the study of major concepts and issues relevant in today's technological society, with emphasis on active learning through the use of word processors, spreadsheets, presentation programs,and web-page editing.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7925 - Cooperative Learning

Description:A framework for constructing problem-based, rigorous, and challenging classroom curricula linked to broadly-defined performance assessment that reflects the concepts, skills, learner characteristics, and learning processes revealed by students during classroom project.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7930 - Advanced Placement History

Description:The basic administrative needs as well as topical considerations in American History for an AP history program, emphasizing through simulated lessons the practical requirements of outline development, utilizing the internet for research,test taking strategies, and more.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Summer 2000CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 7935 - Dealing with Difficult Student

Description:Techniques for dealing with diffult students, exploring the root causes of disrupting behavior and emphasizing a step-by-step approach for dealing with such students through communication approaches and intervention techniques.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Summer 2002, Summer 2001, Summer 2000CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8372 - Time Management

Description:How school leaders can use their time to increase productivity, effectiveness, and satisfaction.Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8400 - Critical Perspectives Spec Ed

Description:Strategies for working with individuals with special needs; issues of inclusion and exclusion in Special Education; national and international Special Education policies and practices. Service is a requirement of this course.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Summer 2016, Summer 2015, Fall 2014, Fall 2013CRSE Attributes:Diversity Requirement 1; Education

 

EDU 8500 - Theory & Purpose of the Univ.

Description:Examines important philosophical and theological isssues in understanding a university, in particular, the notion of the university as a catholic institution of higher education. This intellectual endeavor establishes a conceptual framework for discussing other considerations which are important to grasp the idea of the university, viz., the nature of the curriculum, the professoriate, rank, tenure, and promotion, as well as issues in the administration and organization of U.S. higher education.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2010, Spring 2007, Fall 2004, Spring 2003CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8530 - Teaching Methods in Lang Clsrm

Description:Provide teachers with opportunities to use new and emerging technologies to create culturally authentic projects, lesson plans, and activities to develop student's reading, listening, and speaking skills in languages other than English.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2016, Spring 2016, Spring 2015, Spring 2013CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8540 - Methods of Teaching Math & Sci

Description:Methods, lesson and unit planning standards, technology, professional codes, and field experiences for prospective teachers of secondary Mathematics and Science. Restricted to Master's and Certification Students with permission of chair.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2016, Spring 2016, Spring 2015, Spring 2014CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8550 - Meth of Teaching Eng & Soc Stu

Description:Methods, lesson and unit planning, technology, professional codes, and field experiences for prospective teachers of secondary English and Social Studies.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2016, Spring 2016, Spring 2015, Fall 2014CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8560 - Individual Instruction

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8561 - Adv Trends & Issues in Spec Ed

Description:Discussion of research and recent issues in special education and inclusion with implications for classroom instruction.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Spring 2016, Spring 2015, Fall 2013, Fall 2012CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8565 - Leadership in School Settings

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8566 - Democracy & Education

Description:Theoretical & practical examination of the historical, political, & social foundations of the civic mission of schools in both the U.S. & other democratic states.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8567 - History through Discovery

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Summer 2002CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8568 - Kennedy to Kent State

Description:Investigate the educational developments, theories and practices of the 1960s in an intensive and challenging manner, from a wide spectrum of focal points. Will provide valuable insight into the development of modern education.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8570 - Technology Elementary Classrms

Description:Integrating technology in elementary classrooms. Use of and discussion of basic woftware packages developed to help motivate students and enhance the learning process in the classroom.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Spring 1999CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8571 - Technology in Sec. Schools

Description:Integrating technology in secondary classrooms. Use and discussion of basic software packages developed to help motivate students and enhance the learning process in the classroom.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Summer 2002, Summer 2001, Summer 2000, Spring 1999CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8572 - Arts Integrated Curriculum

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8573 - Teaching Adolescents in Schls.

Description:Adolescent Schooling & Development.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Summer 2002, Summer 2001CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8575 - On-Line Communications

Description:Basic introduction to networks, the Internet and E-mail and their application to classroom teaching. Discussion of and experience with terminology and academic subject information locations.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Spring 2000, Summer 1999CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8603 - Educational Research

Description:Analysis of diverse types of educational research; familiarization with research resources and literature survey procedures; evaluation of educational research; its implications for, and application to, educational practice; emphasis on the scientific methods of investigation; development of competency to conduct a research study and write a research paper.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2016, Summer 2016, Fall 2015, Summer 2015CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8605 - Qualitative Research

Description:A broad overview of the philosophical & scientific foundations of qualitative inquiry. Process of defining a research problem to designing a study, using appropriate methods of data collection, data analysis & manuscript preparation.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8606 - Assessment & Evaluation CR

Description:Techniques and strategies that characterize quality assessment; relationship of learning to evaluation; development of a philosophy of assessment.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2008, Fall 2007, Spring 2006, Spring 2005CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8610 - Current Issues Amer Educ

Description:Critical issues for the administrator, counselor, and teacher are discussed. Students are grouped according to their areas of concentration so that the issues chosen reflect their concerns.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2016, Fall 2015, Fall 2014, Fall 2013CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8611 - Early Childhood Educ I

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8612 - Early Childhood Educ II

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8614 - Curriculum & Assessment

Description:Recent research, trends, and issues in curriculum design and assessment. Purposes and types of curriculum and assessment in education. Analysis of curriculum documents; investigation of changing models of curriculum design and the trend towards outcomes-based curriculum planning. Connections among assessment, curriculum and instruction.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Spring 2016, Fall 2014, Fall 2013, Spring 2013CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8616 - Methods of Teaching

Description:Practice in pedagogical techniques requisite in the quality classroom. Examination of research findings relative to teaching students with a variety of backgrounds, intelligences and needs. Emphasis on planning, methodology and assessment.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2013, Fall 2012, Fall 2011, Fall 2010CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8618 - Adolescent Psychology

Description:Provides an appreciation for the varied psychological dynamics ocurring within the adolescent learning setting as well as the implication of those dynamics for effective pedagogy.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2016, Fall 2015, Summer 2014, Fall 2013CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8620 - Found of Reading Instruction

Description:An introduction to the nature of reading, the development of trends in reading instruction; the appraisal of reading needs and requirements for the improvement of reading instruction.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Summer 2015, Spring 2007, Summer 2005, Summer 2003CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8622 - Diag. & Remed of Read. Diff.

Description:Focuses on the techniques and materials utilized in the diagnosis and remediation of reading difficulties of students in grades K-12.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2002, Fall 2000, Fall 1998, Spring 1997CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8624 - Reading Secondary School

Description:Developing the appropriate reading instruction in various subject areas. Specific and practical methods that can be utilized by teachers to combine reading instruction with competancy in the subject area.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Summer 2016, Summer 2006, Spring 2005, Summer 2004CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8625 - Org & Admin Reading Prog

Description:Various organizational patterns, and the procedures for organizing and administering developmental and remedial reading programs are studied. The responsibilities of the Reading Specialist are examined and discussed in detail.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8626 - Learn Disabilities Read

Description:The characteristics of learning disabled students, and the instruments used for identification of learning disabilities are studied. Severe language, reading, and motor disorders are discussed, and the techniques and materials used to assist learning disabled students with the reading process are presented.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2016, Summer 2014, Summer 2010, Spring 2006CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8627 - Teaching Language Arts

Description:Techniques for developing the language arts skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing are stressed. The experiences outlined in the Pennsylvania Comprehensive Reading/Communication Arts Plan are examined. Improving the Language Arts Curriculum so that all students will become literate is the major theme of the course.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Spring 2015, Summer 2013, Summer 2007, Fall 2005CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8628 - Graduate Student Teaching

Description:Observation and teaching under actual classroom conditions in the student's field of teaching specialization. Open only to students of the Master's + Certification Program under the supervision of a Master Teacher.Credit Hours:6Last Offered:Spring 2016, Spring 2015, Spring 2014, Spring 2013CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8630 - Clinical Pract Reading

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8631 - Meth of Teaching Writing

Description:This course aims to teach K-12 teachers how to effectively teach writing both in the traditional classroom setting and with the aid of computer technology.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2006, Fall 2002, Fall 2001, Fall 1999CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8641 - Assessment and Analysis

Description:Assessment procedures, interpretation of statistical data and analysis of student assessment results.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Spring 2016, Spring 2015, Spring 2014, Spring 2013CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8651 - Social Issues & Schools

Description:Introduces aspiring school leaders to selected social issues and their impact upon school organizations. Extant social science research is examined and community service agencies are surveyed in order to develop community based networks to help educators deal with these social issues and to en- courage closer school community relations.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Spring 2001, Spring 2000, Spring 1999, Spring 1998CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8653 - Pupil Personnel Service

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8654 - Policy Analysis

Description:An overview of the policy process and introduction to the art of policy analysis, through examination of the roots and repercussions of current educational policies, at federal, state, and local levels.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2016, Fall 2015, Fall 2014, Fall 2013CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8656 - School Law

Description:How Federal, State and Local laws impact Elementary, Secondary and Higher Education Institutions in the development of policies and in their daily operations. Topics include: Constitutional Freedoms, Institutional Liability, Teacher Rights, Special Education, and Employment Discrimination.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Spring 2016, Spring 2014, Spring 2013, Spring 2012CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8658 - School Finance

Description:Provides an overview of the structure and functions of a school's business office as well as how these support the achievement of the school's primary purpose, the education of youth.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Summer 2012, Summer 2010, Summer 2009, Fall 2008CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8660 - Adm/Supv Elementary Sch

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8661 - Curric & Meths Elem Sch

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8662 - Trends Social Studies

Description:An investigation of teaching innovations as well as changes in the disciplines of History and the Social Sciences and techniques for evaluation instructional materials.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Spring 2009, Fall 2006, Fall 2004, Fall 2002CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8663 - Teach Prob Solv Math-Sci

Description:Recent curriculum developments in mathematics and science with emphasis on inquiry and discovery; methods of teaching processes and problem solving in elementary and secondary school classrooms.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2016, Spring 2007, Spring 2005, Summer 2002CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8664 - Politics of Education

Description:The local, state and national political context and philosophical and historical antecedents of the political process in the United States.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Spring 2014, Spring 2007, Spring 2006, Spring 2004CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8666 - Curric & Meths Sec Sch

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8667 - Cath Educ Leadership

Description:An examination of texts, documents and essays relating to the ministerial dimensions of Catholic Educational leadership.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8669 - Comparative Education

Description:Educational ideals, systems, and problems of the United States and selected foreign countries. Special reference given to curriculum development and teaching materials in each country.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Summer 2016, Spring 2015, Spring 2014, Spring 2013CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8670 - Hist of Western Educ

Description:The principal movements; origins of the liberal arts; educational work of the Church; beginnings of the university; education in the Renaissance and Reformation; nationalism in European education; educational thought in the West.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Summer 2016CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8671 - Hist of American Educ

Description:The principal movements in American education and their leadership, including college and university development, public and parochial schools, teacher education, progressive education and role of the federal government.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2016, Fall 2015, Summer 2014, Summer 2013CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8672 - Instructional Leadershp

Description:Develops a foundation for aspiring school leaders to synthe- size research in social science curriculum and instruction as well as human resources and leadership with their experiential perspectives about effective learning.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Spring 2016, Spring 2015, Spring 2014, Spring 2013CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8673 - Philosophy Education

Description:The immediate and ultimate ends of education; the nature of the child and the philosophical basis for religious and moral training, intellectual and aesthetic culture, curriculum and methods; Naturalism, Pragmatism, Socialism, and Scholasticism in their educational implications and applications.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2016, Summer 2016, Fall 2015, Summer 2015CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8674 - Professional Negotiation

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8675 - Development of ELL Students

Description:Working with the English language learning student.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2016, Summer 2016, Spring 2016, Summer 2015CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8676 - Technology in Teaching

Description:Examination of a variety of technological applications appropriate to elementary and secondary teaching. Emphasis is upon the use of computers, CD-ROMs, laser discs, the Internet, World Wide Web, Hypercard and multimedia with classroom instruction. Laboratory experiences with various technologies will be provided. Course will allow for differentiated learning experiences based upon previous technical skills.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Summer 2009, Spring 2009, Summer 2008, Spring 2008CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8677 - The Principalship

Description:Examines educational management and leadership from an interdisciplinary perspective. A special emphasis is placed upon organizational learning, school transformation, and the critical role assumed assumed by school leaders as they enable others to develop self-managing schools.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Spring 2012, Spring 2009, Spring 2008, Spring 2006CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8678 - Multicult, Gender in Schools

Description:Issues of race, culture, sexual orientation, and special education as they are related to the understanding and practice of education.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Summer 2016, Summer 2015, Fall 2014, Summer 2014CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8679 - Standards Aligned Sys & Curric

Description:Review of standards aligned systems and their implications for elementary and secondary school curricula; innovation in curriculum implementation; processes for designing and developing curriculum; culture projections.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2016, Fall 2015, Fall 2014, Fall 2012CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8693 - Leadership Practicum II

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8696 - Leadership Practicum

Description:Students spend a total of 120 hours shadowing three practicing school principals in three different educational settings (public, private, urban/suburban) to observe school leadership behavior in practice and to construct a practice- based school leadership model.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Spring 2009, Spring 2008, Spring 2007, Spring 2006CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8697 - Leadership Simulation

Description:Taken after completion of the skills component, this seminar features a reality-based learning project to develop strate- gic problem-solving skills through computer simulation, interactive video, and other data resources. Students develop a one- and three-year strategic plan for presenta- tion to a board of three practicing school superintendents.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8699 - Found US Cath Ed

Description:An exploration of the theological, philosophical, and historical trends impacting the development of U.S. Catholic Educational policy.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8725 - The Principal's Center

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8726 - Dev Research & Practice

Description:Credit Hours:1Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8868 - Creativity in Counseling

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 8869 - Special Topics: Education

Description:Work in critical analysis of selected topics in education, reflecting various historical, philosophical, and societal perspectives and methodologies, including Anthropology and Education; Gender and Education; Women's Philosophies of Education, History of School Reform, Effects of Globalization.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2011CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 9031 - Indep Study & Research I

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Summer 2016, Spring 2016, Spring 2015, Fall 2014CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 9032 - Ind Study & Research II

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2012, Spring 2012, Fall 2011, Summer 2011CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 9033 - Ind Study & Research III

Description:Credit Hours:3Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 9034 - Thesis I

Description:Direction of writing of the thesis under supervision of an individual instructor. Restricted to EDU graduate students who elect the Thesis option.Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2016, Summer 2016, Summer 2015, Summer 2014CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 9035 - Thesis II

Description:Direction of writing of the thesis under supervision of an individual instructor. EDU graduate students who elect the Thesis option.Prerequisites:EDU 9034Credit Hours:3Last Offered:Fall 2016, Summer 2016, Spring 2011, Spring 2001CRSE Attributes:NONE

 

EDU 9080 - Thesis Continuation

Description:Credit Hours:0Last Offered:CRSE Attributes:NONE

The following courses are required of all Education Majors:    
             
EDU 2201 or 2202   Social Foundations   3  
EDU 2300   Research Seminar   1  
EDU 3000   Professional Development in Education 3  
EDU 3251   Psychology of Learning and Teaching 3  
EDU 3263   Diversity & Inclusion   3  
EDU 3264   Introduction to Disability Studies 3  
EDU 4245   Literacy and English Language Learning 3  
EDU 4290   Philosophy of Education   3  
EDU 4291   Student Teaching   9  
EDU 4292   Seminar   3  
             
One of the following methods courses is required depending on concentration:
             
EDU  4281   Methods of Teaching English   3  
EDU 4282   Methods of Teaching Language 3  
EDU 4283   Methods of Teaching Mathematics 3  
EDU 4284   Methods of Teaching Science   3  
EDU 4285   Methods of Teaching Social Studies 3  
        Total 37  
             

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