100: Early Experiences in Education. 0-1-1. Designed to give high school seniors an overview of the teaching profession from the perspectives of Teacher Education, Health and Physical Education, and Special Education.
102: Reading Skills for College Freshmen. 9-0-3 (9). The course provides individually prescribed instruction in reading skills for college freshmen. The course objective is to help alleviate reading deficiencies, which inhibit effective learning. Non-degree credit.
125: Introduction to Teaching. 1-1-1. An overview of the teaching profession from various perspectives supplemented with structured observations in elementary, middle, and secondary classrooms.
189: Special Topics. 1-4 hours credit. Selected topics in an identified area of study in the College of Education. May be repeated for credit.
194: Special Topics. 1-4 hours credit. Selected topics in an identified area of study in the College of Education. May be repeated for credit.
205: The Computer: A Tool for the Teacher. 0-1-1. Instructional, utility, and management software applications for school use. Development of instructional materials, incorporation of commercially available software into lesson and unit structure.
245: Microcomputer Applications: Tools for Lifelong Learning. 0-3-3. Designed to introduce students to the microcomputer and a variety of software applications that may be useful for study, research, and educational preparation.
289: Special Topics. 1-4 hours credit. Selected topics in an identified area of study in the College of Education. May be repeated for credit.
294: Special Topics. 1-4 hours credit. Selected topics in an identified area of study in the College of Education. May be repeated for credit.
300: Driver Education and Highway Safety. 0-3-3. Investigation of the problems facing drivers, traffic design problems, and the study of the philosophy of driver education.
310: Instructional Technology. 1-3-3. Introduction to instructional media for the classroom. Students evaluate and use computer software and other audio-visual media to develop and support classroom instruction.
320: Materials and Methods for Elementary Science and Social Studies. 0-3-3. Preq., PSYC 204. A course for the study of curriculum, organization and teaching in elementary science and elementary social studies.
351: Materials and Methods in Teaching Modern Language. 0-3-3. Preq., 12 hours of modern languages and EDUC 480. The student will be introduced to the latest techniques of organizing materials and presenting them to high school pupils.
389: Special Topics. 1-4 hours credit. Selected topics in an identified area of study in the College of Education. May be repeated for credit.
394: Special Topics. 1-4 hours credit. Selected topics in an identified area of study. May be repeated for credit.
401: Directed Observation and Pre Student Teaching Experiences. 3 3/4-1-1. Preq., 90 semester hours including professional preparation courses and taken in quarter prior to student teaching. Directed observation, participation, and critique related to the field in which the student plans to student teach.
402: Measurement in Education. 0-2-2. Includes principles of measurement and evaluation, construction of teacher-made tests, and utilization of standardized tests.
403: Materials and Methods of Teaching Reading. 0-3-3. Deals with problems of teaching reading. Includes emphasis on remedial and developmental reading as well as instruction in content areas.
404: Reading Strategies for Secondary School Teachers. 0-3-3. Instructional techniques designed to assist the secondary teacher in implementing reading strategies in content courses.
405: Materials and Methods in Teaching Agricultural Education. 0-3-3. Preq., AGED 460 or consent of instructor. Techniques, requirements, and organization of state curriculum guides and course requirements in agricultural education in public schools. Requirements of the FFA advisor/agriculture teacher. (G)
406: Education Innovations in the Current and Emerging Schools. 0-3-3. Study of educational innovations and their implications.
409: Materials and Methods in Teaching Business Education. 0-3-3. Preq., Upper Division status and ACCT 202. A course designed to acquaint the student with the best practices in teaching business subjects. (G)
410: Business and Office Operations. 0-3-3. Methods and procedures in developing and coordinating a cooperative office education program in the secondary school.
415: Multicultural Education. 0-3-3. Preq., Upper Division status and PSYC 204. This course provides K-12 education students with the culturally inclusive awareness, skills, and knowledge to meet the diverse needs of learners. (G)
416: Student Teaching. 6-9 hours credit. Meet all qualifications identified in this catalog for teaching level or area of specialization. Student receives appropriate supervised experiences. Total clock hours determined by program. Two hours of seminar. (Pass-Fail).
417: Diagnosis and Correction of Reading Difficulties. 11/4-2-3. Preq., Upper Division status, EDUC 424, and PSYC 204. Field-based experience in diagnosing reading problems and recommending appropriate instructional interventions for school children. (G)
420: Practica in Education. 10-1-3. Preq., Consent of Director of Laboratory Experience. Structured laboratory experiences in area(s) of specialization in education. May be repeated for credit. (Pass/Fail)
422: Materials and Methods for Elementary/Middle Mathematics. 0-3-3. Preq., Upper Division status and PSYC 204. An examination of the characteristics and objectives of the modern elementary mathematics program combined with experiences in content, methods, and organizations. (G)
423: Materials and Methods for Elementary/Middle Language Arts. 0-3-3. Preq., Upper Division status and PSYC 204. A course to enable students to use current principles, research, methods and materials to teach oral, written and reading communication skills. (G)
424: Materials and Methods for Elementary/Middle Reading. 0-3-3. Preq., Upper Division status, Reading Methods, and PSYC 204. Principles, methods, and research pertaining to the teaching of reading will be emphasized. (G)
425: Materials and Methods for Elementary/Middle Science. 0-3-3. Preq., Upper Division status and PSYC 204. A course for the study of curriculum, organization, and teaching of elementary/middle science. (G)
426: Materials and Methods for Elementary/Middle Social Studies. 0-3-3. Preq., Upper Division status and PSYC 204. A course for the study of curriculum, organization, and teaching elementary/middle social studies. (G)
430: Internship in Teaching. 35-0-3 (9). Preq., twelve semester hours professional education. Supervised teaching experience in area(s) of certification in education.
431: School Readiness. 1-3-3. Preq., PSYC 204 and Upper Division standing. Designed to acquaint the student with the appropriate theory, understanding, and methods necessary for beginning school success. Particular emphasis will be on holistic developmental readiness. (G)
432: Kindergarten Education. 1-3-3. Preq., PSYC 204 and Upper Division standing.. Course will involve curriculum planning based on principles of child development. Students will become familiar with the curriculum development process by using curriculum documents including instructional units. (G)
433: Special Problems in School Curriculum. 1-4 hours credit. (9). Preq., consent of instructor. Course is designed to deal with selected problems in elementary and secondary schools.
441: Methods of Teaching Kindergarten Children. 1-3-3 Preq., LSCI 201, EDUC 432, PSYC 408, and Upper Division standing.. Practical problems in the selection and organization of the curriculum to promote children's learning. Emphasis on planning, selecting equipment, teaching aids, and teaching procedure. (G)
445: Using the Microcomputer in the Classroom. 0-3-3. Operating and using microcomputers for classroom instruction. Computer literacy concepts, and software evaluation are included. (G)
447: Software Application, Teaching Methods, and Intermediate Programming for Teachers. 0-3-3. Preq., a course in BASIC programming. Computer-assisted instructional software, authoring packages, LOGO, and intermediate programming skills for classroom instruction. (G)
448: Instructional Software Design and Development. 0-3-3. Preq., A course in BASIC programming. Methods for teaching computer-related topics and programming techniques for designing instructional modules. (G)
449: Administrative Applications of the Microcomputer in Schools. 0-3-3. A course to provide information concerning the administrative users of computers in schools, hardware/software/consultant resources, and methods for developing effective in-service programs.
450: Improving Instruction in Art. 0-3-3. Identification of problems of teaching art. Emphasis upon philosophy, art materials and techniques, evaluation and curriculum planning.
451: Software Applications in the Teaching of Reading. 1-3 hours credit. (3). The microcomputer is used to prepare software for use in content reading applications and test construction. (G)
452: Administration of Instructional Materials Centers. 0-3-3. Techniques organization, management and selection of printed and non-book materials in multi-media instructional materials centers.
453: Foreign Language Teaching Methods. 0-3-3. Preq., 12 hours of a foreign language. Study of a broad range of foreign language teaching methods; examination of underlying theories and practical applications. Also listed as FLNG 453. (G)
454: English Grammar in ESL Teaching. 0-3-3. Preq., Senior standing. An analysis of English grammar specifically for developing instructional techniques used in teaching grammar for communicative competence in ESL. Also listed as ESL 454.
455: Improving Instruction in the Middle Grades. 0-3-3. A study of the history, philosophy, and nature of the middle school with emphasis on early adolescent physical and educational development and social/emotional problems.
456: Materials and Methods in Teaching Mathematics. 0-3-3. Preq., EDUC 480 and MATH 230. The nature of mathematics and methods of teaching. Special emphasis will be placed on the interpretation and solving of reading problems. (G)
457: Materials and Methods in Teaching English. 0-3-3. Preq., EDUC 480. The student will be introduced to the best techniques of organizing and presenting English material. (G)
458: Materials and Methods in Speech, Language and Hearing in the Public Schools. 0-3-3. Practical problems in the identification, diagnosis, and treatment of communication disorders in school children, with emphasis on materials, organization of therapy program and teaching procedures. (G)
459: Materials and Methods in Teaching Social Studies. 0-3-3. Preq., EDUC 480. An examination of the character and purpose of social studies is followed by presentation of appropriate teaching suggestions. (G)
460: Methods for Teaching and Testing in ESL. 0-3-3. Preq., Senior standing. Theories and techniques for teaching English as a Second Language and evaluating student performance; emphasis on communicative competence. Also listed as ESL 460.
462: Principles and Problems of Cooperative Education. 0-3-3.The basic principles and philosophies of cooperative vocational education. History and development of cooperative education.
463: Materials and Methods in Teaching Art. 0-3-3. Preq., EDUC 480. The planning of a course of art and the methods of presentation of such a course in the elementary and high schools. (G)
464: Materials and Methods in Teaching Science. 0-3-3. Preq., EDUC 480. A careful examination of the most advanced methods of organizing the presenting materials in sciences for the secondary school. (G)
465: Materials and Methods of Teaching Vocal Music. 0-3-3. Examines problems which confront the teacher and supervisor of vocal music; e.g., program building, contests, festivals, requisitions, grading, materials, scheduling, and rehearsing.
466: Materials and Methods of Teaching Instrumental Music. 0-3-3. Preq., EDUC 480. See EDUC 465 for description; emphasis on the instrumental aspects.
467: Materials and Methods in Teaching Speech. 0-3-3. Preq., EDUC 480. An examination of materials and methods for teaching speech in elementary and secondary schools. (G)
470: Curriculum Development and Design for ESL. 0-3-3. Preq., Senior standing. Selection of objectives, content, task implementation, and pedagogy for teachers of English as a Second Language. Also listed as ESL 470.
471: Classroom Management. 1-3-3. Course emphasizes the application of concepts, principles, and skills necessary for designing, implementing, evaluating, and revising plans for classroom management. (G)
472: Individually Guided Education. 0-3-3. Presents the essential concepts principles, and skills of several individualized instruction models and teacher roles as designers, managers, and evaluators of the teaching-learning process.
475: Foundations of Education. 0-2-2. An interdisciplinary survey of the development of educational institutions and practices with particular focus upon the influences of social, legal, historical and philosophical thought. (G)
480: Principles of Teaching. 0-3-3. An investigation of the principles of teaching as related to the student, curriculum, and the teaching-learning process. (G)
489: Special Topics. 1-4 hours credit (9). Selected topics in an identified area of study in the College of Education. May be repeated for credit. (G)
490: Introduction to Adult Education. 0-3-3. A study of the history, philosophy, objectives and nature of adult and continuing education; emphasis given to the adult as a learner. (G)
491: Reading in Adult Education. 0-3-3. Examines the characteristics of the functionally illiterate adult. (G)
492: Materials and Methods in Adult Education. 0-3-3. Examination of characteristics unique to the adult with emphasis on analysis of the methods and materials available for working with adults. (G)
493: Cross-Cultural Communication for ESL Teaching. 0-3-3. Preq., Senior standing. Concepts of culture and the relationship of language acquisition to the cultural setting with specific application to the teaching of ESL. Also listed as ESL 493.
494: Special Topics. 1-4 hours credit (9). Selected topics in an identified area of study in the College of Education. May be repeated for credit. (G)
501: Problems in Teaching Elementary Science. 0-3-3. A survey of research bearing on problems of organizing, developing, and evaluating the curriculum in science.
502: Problems in Teaching Language Arts in the Elementary School. 0-3-3. A study of the principles, research, methods and materials needed for teaching written and oral forms of communication in elementary and junior high schools.
503: Problems in Teaching Reading. 0-3-3. A study of problems in the teaching of reading in elementary schools. Special emphasis will be given to the development of a reading program, diagnosis, and care of individual needs of pupils, use of materials, research findings, and their applications to methods of instruction.
504: Problems in Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary School. 0-3-3. A study of the needs and problems of teachers of mathematics in the elementary school. An introduction to modern arithmetic with emphasis on newer teaching methods.
506: Improving Instruction in English. 0-3-3. A study of the methods of teaching usage and literature, analyses of curricula, selection of materials, research in recent studies in the teaching of English. Special attention will be given to planning units of work, to creative teaching and to a consideration of the needs of youth in area of reading, writing, speaking, and listening.
507: Improving Instruction in High School Mathematics. 0-3-3. The place of mathematics in general education and in specialized fields; professionalized subject matter; modern methods of teaching. Students will become familiar with teaching aids, long-unit assignments, and the construction and use of standardized and teacher-made tests.
508: Improving Instruction in Science. 0-3-3. A study of present-day trends in the teaching of science, content, organization of materials, methods of instruction, student activities, objectives, observation trips, use of textbooks, laboratory work and equipment, evaluation, preparation of unit and lesson plans, projects and student guidance.
509: Improving Instruction in the Social Studies. 0-3-3. A study of the selection and organization of subject matter in social studies, the planning of student activities, the use of instructional materials. Students will prepare unit and lesson plans utilizing community resources.
512: Philosophy of Education. 0-3-3. Designed to trace some of the more important educational problems as they have been affected by social and political facts of history, by contributions of leading educational theorists and by institutional practice.
513: Philosophy of Music Education. 0-3-3. A review of the historical development of music education in America and an analysis of trends in music education from 1930 to the present time.
514: The Learner in Adult Education. 0-3-3. The learner in adult education programs will be examined. Emphasis will be given to the teaching-learning process and the uniqueness of adult learning situations.
515: Administration and Supervision of Adult Education. 0-3-3. General administrative processes, emphasizing program planning and evaluation.
516: Seminar: Crucial Issues in Secondary Education. 0-3-3. Selected readings and research on current, crucial issues in secondary education. Topics will vary from quarter to quarter.
518: History of American Education. 0-3-3. A survey of the development and growth of elementary, secondary, and higher education with emphasis upon American education.
519: Contemporary Issues in Adult Education. 0-3-3. Investigates current problems and future trends in the broad field of lifelong learning.
520: Education for the Older Adult. 0-3-3. Designed as a study of the elderly as a unique group of learners, defining specific needs of the elderly.
521: Assessment of Students and Programs. 0-3-3. Diagnosing and evaluating students and programs within the framework of instruction; emphasis on problem solving in order to improve learning and teaching.
522: Instructional Theory and Practice. 0-3-3. Exploration and investigation of methods and paradigms of instructional theory and delivery; emphasis on creative application of instructional technology and processes that create learning opportunities.
524: Supervision of Student Teaching. 0-3-3. Designed for experienced teachers who are interested in serving as supervising teachers in teacher-education programs.
526: Curriculum Development. 0-3-3. Application of theory and research of curriculum; issues and trends in curriculum; strategies and techniques for planning curriculum; value and empirical bases for curriculum decisions.
527: Public School Organization and Administration. 0-3-3. Introduction to national, state, and local administration; public school finance; principles and practices of administration; administration of special services; national and state legal aspects of public school administration, and administration of school-community relations.
528: Evaluating Pupil Growth. 0-3-3. Methods and procedures in test development, administration, validation, and interpretation.
529: Educational Planning and Accountability. 0-3-3. A survey of planning and accountability models in education while emphasizing the essential principles and skills necessary for designing, implementing, and evaluating education plans.
530: Internship in Teaching. 35-0-3 (9). Preq., registration by application only, requires approval of academic advisor and Director of Laboratory Experiences. Supervised teaching experience in area(s) of certification in education. (Pass/Fail)
531: Foundations of Reading. 0-3-3. An in-depth examination of the processes involved in language development from pre-reading through advanced reading skills.
532: Reading Curriculum and Materials Development. 0-3-3. Analysis of reading curriculum and development of instructional materials for various levels of reading ability.
533: Problems in Education. 1-4 hours credit (9). Preq., Consent of the instructor. An advanced course dealing with special problems in the different fields of education.
534: Diagnosis and Evaluation of Reading Difficulties. 0-3-3.Preq., EDUC 503. Causes, diagnosis, evaluation and correction of reading disabilities.
535: Clinical Reading. 7-1-3. Clinical experience in diagnosing reading problems of school children.
536: Clinical Reading. 7-1-3. Preq., EDUC 535. Practicum in remedial reading for school children.
537: Seminar, Problems in Reading. 0-3-3. Preq., consent of instructor. Recent issues, theories, studies and research findings in teaching reading.
538: Supervision and Curriculum Development in Reading. 0-3-3. Construction of an innovative curriculum in reading, plans for implementation of new curriculum, and supervision of the reading program.
539: Advanced Laboratory Practicum in Reading. 7-1-3. Supervised internship in reading.
540: Comparative Education. 0-3-3. A study of the educational systems in Europe, the Orient, and South America.
541: Introduction to Graduate Study and Research. 0-3-3. Experience is gained in the application of techniques of educational research, in writing in acceptable form, and in evaluating research. Required of all master's candidates in education and should be scheduled during the first six hours of graduate work.
542: Statistical Methods in Education. 0-3-3. A study of the statistical methods used by school personnel in the study of educational problems.
543: Adjudication of Instrumental Ensembles. 0-2-2. This course examines in detail a philosophy of the phenomenon of adjudication. It includes practical aspects of evaluation.
544: Reading in the Content Areas. 0-3-3. Provides teaching methods and research findings related to the reading process as it applies to the various content areas of the curriculum.
545: The New Media in Education. 2-2-3. A study of the uses of new technology with some practical experience in the use of these educational aids.
546: Instructional Media Design and Development. 2-2-3. An investigation of the systems approach to instructional media design, organization, and application.
550: Supervision of Child Welfare & Attendance. 0-3-3. Preq., Graduate status. Principles and practices of census, child welfare, and attendance for the supervisor of child welfare and attendance or visiting teacher.
551: Research and Thesis. Three hours or multiples thereof. Maximum credit allowed is six hours.
552: Supervision of Instruction in Elementary and Secondary Schools. 0-3-3. A course designed to aid prospective elementary and secondary administrators in theories, principles, and concepts of supervision.
555: School and Community Relations. 0-3-3. Principles of school relations applied to education and the development of school and community understandings.
556: School Law. 0-3-3. State and national aspects and implications of public school law. Special attention is given to cases in both state and federal courts.
557: Elementary School Principalship. 0-3-3. Duties and responsibilities in organization, leadership, administration and supervision in the elementary school.
558: Secondary School Principalship. 0-3-3. Duties and responsibilities in organization, leadership and administration of the secondary school.
559: School Finance. 0-3-3. An in-depth survey into the financial and business management in public education.
560: School Personnel Administration. 0-3-3. A course to equip the new principal to administrate all school personnel.
561: Research Design and Analysis. 0-3-3. Preq., EDUC 542. A study of the techniques involved in the analysis of selected experimental designs in educational research.
562: Elementary School Curriculum. 0-3-3. A study of principles of curriculum construction in the elementary school. Emphasis is upon selection, organization and evaluation of materials suitable to the elementary school.
563: Secondary School Curriculum. 0-3-3. A study of the principles of curriculum development in the secondary school.
564: The Reading Process. 0-3-3. An analysis of the physiological, psychological, and neurological foundations of the reading process.
565: Differentiated Supervision. 0-3-3. Focuses on improvement of classroom instruction through the building of the relationship between supervision and teaching.
566: Improving Instruction in Remedial Education. 2-2-3. Focuses on improvement of college level instruction at the remedial/developmental level.
567: Teaching Methods for Language Arts. 0-3-3. Provides an in-depth study of the elements of lesson planning and design with emphasis in the teaching of written and oral communication (other than reading).
568: Teaching Methods for Effective Instruction of Reading. 0-3-3. An in-depth study of reading programs and materials, diagnosis and instruction for individual needs, research findings, and their applications to methods of instruction.
569: Teaching Methods for Effective Instruction of Mathematics and Educational Technology. 0-3-3. An in-depth study of mathematics curriculum, instructional methods and materials, and research findings with an investigation of technology usage in the content fields.
570: Field Problem and Internship. 0-3-3. Preq., approval of the Dept. Head, Computer Information Systems and Analysis. The provision of supervised professional activities in business education directed by the business education faculty. Selection of one major area of business education for intensive study in terms of methods, materials, research, and curricular problems.
572: Educational Foundations and Public Policy. 0-3-3. An analysis of the links between educational policy and school history with particular emphasis on the historical, philosophical, social, and legal foundations of education.
573: School Principles and Curriculum. 0-3-3. An analysis of the curriculum and principles of learning with additional emphasis on multicultural education, "at risk" students, and classroom management.
574: Teaching Methods for Effective Secondary School Instruction. 0-3-3. An examination of research, resources, and advanced techniques of teaching in secondary schools.
575: Practicum in Education. 10-1-3. Preq., Consent of Director of Laboratory Experiences. Structured laboratory experiences in education. (Pass-Fail)
576: Internship in Education. 9 hours credit. Advanced internship in area(s) of specialization. Minimum of 180 clock hours in direct teaching.
577: Teaching Methods for Effective Instruction of Science and Social Studies. 0-3-3. An examination of curriculum, instructional methods and materials, and research findings related to the teaching of science and social studies.
580: Specialist Research and Thesis. Three hours credit or multiples thereof. Maximum credit allowed is six hours.
589: Special Topics. 1-4 hours credit. Preq., graduate standing. Selected topics in an identified area of study in the College of Education.
594: Special Topics. 1-4 hours credit. Preq., graduate standing. Selected topics in an identified area of study in the College of Education.