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SED DE 678: Practicum/Practicum Equivalent: Student-Teaching
Graduate Prerequisites: completed core coursework in education of the Deaf. Open only to matriculated graduate students who have completed prerequisites.
Open only to matriculated graduate students who have completed prerequisites. Full-time 16-week component. Students participate in classroom instruction in either a residential or a day school/day class program (totaling 300 hours). Students are placed with master teachers in a self-contained, resource room, and/or itinerant settings. Variable cr, either sem.
SED DE 690: Seminar: Practicum
This seminar is designed to provide opportunities to discuss topics relevant to student teaching with Deaf Children. Although we will address a number of areas our primary focus will be on (1) the role of ASL in content areas in addition to (2) the use of effective teaching strategies. (must be enrolled in DE 678). Variable cr, either sem.
SED DE 691: Advanced Seminar: Learning and the Deaf
The major aim of the seminar is to examine the current research on a topic pertinent to learning in Deaf children. The goal is to develop a more in depth understanding of research in learning and the Deaf. Research articles will be reviewed and topics will be selected for discussion. 2cr, either sem.
SED DE 693: Adv ASL 6
SED DS 502: Introduction to Adolescent Development
An overview of diverse developmental theories of preadolescence and adolescence, including physical, cognitive, sociomoral, personal, and identity development. Examines how education may promote these broad, interrelated human competencies. Social institutions that promote or inhibit the growth and learning of adolescents- particularly in middle and secondary schools and within the family- are studied. Relies heavily on general reading with student- and faculty-led discussions. Requires an analytical paper or applied project. 2cr, either sem.
SED DS 504: Adolescent Development
This course is an overview of diverse development theories of preadolescence, adolescence, and young adult development. Cognitive, sociomoral, personal, and identity development are examined as well as physical, motor, and fitness development. The course relies heavily on general reading with student - and faculty- led discussions.
SED DS 600: Culture, Ethnicity and Race: A developmental approach
This graduate-level course is for students interested in human development and counseling. We consider cultural and racial-ethic differences in development and how these differences translate into counseling practices. We consider several topics including: communication, child-rearing, cognitive development, and schooling. 4 cr. either sem. and Sum.
SED DS 700: Advanced Seminar in Sport and Exercise Psychology
Emphasis on theory, research, and applied aspects of contemporary sport and exercise psychology. Students develop a research project that involves conceptualizing a problem statement, designing a study, and collecting and analyzing data. 4cr, 2nd sem.
SED EC 206: Working with At-Risk Preschoolers
This course is designed to provide information about successful interventions in preschool classrooms. The course also provides information about the overall context of the achievement gap and related issues. 2cr, 2nd sem.
SED EC 305: Child Development and Early Childhood Education
Undergraduate Prerequisites: CAS PS 101; Stamped approval required.
Analyzes selected aspects of development in young children. Includes both descriptive information (milestones) and theory (processes accounting for development) and stresses application of these to early education. 4cr, either sem.
SED EC 350: Introduction to Early Childhood Education
Overview of the historical and philosophical foundations of early childhood education, Pre-K-2. Study of selected programs and curriculum models in a variety of settings. 2cr, either sem.
SED EC 405: Preschool Curriculum and Fieldwork
Undergraduate Prerequisites: SED ED 100 and SED EC 305; Stamped approval required.
Required in initial licensure program for majors. Includes supervised teaching of 3-to-5-year-olds. Emphasis on curriculum development, instructional planning, classroom management, assessment/evaluation, and adaption of teaching to special learners. 8cr, either sem.
SED EC 453: Early Childhood Practicum K
Undergraduate Prerequisites: SED EC 350 and SED EC 405; Stamped approval required.
Develops competency in reading and language skills, social and science education, basic elements of curriculum design, and the institutional policies and practices of early childhood education. 8cr, both sem.
SED EC 507: Role of Play in Child Development
Examines theories of play. Role of play in cognitive, affective, and social development of the child; play and creativity. Field observation and analysis required for licensure program students. 4cr, 2nd sem.
SED EC 511: Early Childhood Curriculum and Prepracticum
Seminars and fieldwork in early childhood classrooms. Seminars examine instructional practices in literacy and language arts, social science, and science. 4cr, either sem.
SED EC 516: Early Childhood Curriculum and Practicum, K-2
Graduate Prerequisites: SED EC 611; Stamped approval required. Open only to matriculated graduate students who have completed prerequisites. Graduate students only.
Open only to matriculated graduate students. Includes reading and the other language arts, social science and science education, as well as basic elements of curriculum design, instruction, assessment, and classroom management in early childhood classrooms, K-2. Application in field settings. 4cr, 2nd sem.
SED EC 553: Early Childhood Student-Teaching Practicum 1-2
Undergraduate Prerequisites: SED EC 453.
Required of students who seek licensure in early childhood education. Supervised student teaching in a 1- 2 classroom (for undergraduates only) including classroom management and evaluation of the learner. Requires participation in seminars. 10cr (undergraduate), either sem.
SED EC 556: Children's Literature for the Early Childhood Teachers, Pre-K-2
Introduces a wide array of children's literature, fiction and nonfiction, appropriate and necessary for the establishment of a literacy-based classroom. Students develop criteria for literature evaluation, investigate media's influence upon literature, and explore ways to incorporate children's literature throughout the preK-2 curriculum. 2cr, either sem.
SED EC 557: Classroom-Based Assessment of Young Children, Pre K-2
Prepares early childhood majors to conduct assessment of children within the classroom. History of assessment, current trends, and assessment principles will be examined. Students will evaluate assessment tools and gain skills necessary for classroom-based assessment. 2cr, either sem.
SED EC 605: Topics in Child Development and Education
Graduate Prerequisites: Stamped approval required.
In-depth coverage of selected aspects of development in children from birth to seven years. Includes both descriptive information (milestones) and theory (processes accounting for development). Stresses applications to early education. Taken concurrently with SED EC611 by graduate students in the licensure program unless waiver is obtained. 4cr, 1st sem.