The following courses may be taken before acceptance into the Teacher Education Program – College of Education
SCED 3311 Curriculum Planning
Curriculum Planning in the Secondary School - Basic Principles of curriculum planning in the secondary school.
SCED 3312 General Methods in Secondary School
General Methods in Secondary School (3-0-2) Selection and usage of instructional methods in the secondary school.
RED 3342 Reading/Study in Content Area
Methods and materials for developing maturity in reading and study skills, especially in the content areas from K-12. Special emphasis is given to the development of interest, the matching of students to proper materials, and instructional techniques for integrating the teaching of skills with the teaching of content.
The following courses must be taken after formal acceptance into the Teacher Education Program – College of Education
EDPC 3300 Development of Variations
This covers typical development (cognitive-language, physical-motor, social-personality) from birth through young adulthood as well as variation of typical development and accommodations made within the education system to include federal, state, local, and school-based decisions in instruction, curriculum, and law.
SCED 3317 Multicultural Education in Secondary School
A survey of cultural education models, instructional methods, and classroom interaction processes in secondary schools that reflect the cultural composition of the United States.
SCED 4691 Internship
Students seeking a secondary level certification area in the teacher preparation program enroll in SCED 4691 for required student teaching, which is the culmination of the program. Students are assigned to complete their student teaching in secondary schools. Fieldwork consists of assisting in student-centered classroom instruction for a minimum of fifteen weeks for the entire school day.