Childhood Education

  • SED CH 300: Methods of Instruction: Elementary 1-6
    Develops competency in reading and language arts, history and social studies education, science education; general teaching strategies; basic elements of curriculum design; institutional policies and practices of elementary education. Develops competency in providing effective instruction across the curriculum to culturally and linguistically diverse learners. Includes application of these competencies in field settings. Stamped approval and a qualifying score on the Boston University School of Education Literacy Test are required. 10cr, either sem.
  • SED CH 515: Curriculum Methods, 1-6
    Graduate Prerequisites: Graduate students only. Stamped approval required.
    Examines theories of and develops specific competencies in reading and language arts, social studies education, and science education; general teaching strategies; basic elements of curriculum design; and institutional policies and practices of elementary education. Application of these competencies in field settings. 10cr, 1st sem.
  • SED CH 553: Erly Chld St/Tc
  • SED CH 555: Student-Teaching Practicum: Elementary 1-6
    Required of all students seeking licensure as elementary teachers. Open only to degree candidates who have completed prerequisites. Supervised student teaching in a classtroom for grades 1-6. Includes curriculum development, methods of instruction, and evaluation of the learner. 10cr.
  • SED CH 655: Student-Teaching Practicum: Elementary 1-6
    Graduate Prerequisites: Open only to matriculated graduate students who have completed prerequisites and have passed the School of Education Literacy Test.
    Supervised student-teaching in a classroom for grades 1-6. Includes curriculum development, direct instruction, and evaluation of the learner. Open only to matriculated graduate students who have completed prerequisites and have passed the School of Education Literacy Test. Implementation of educational learning standards of the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks. 8cr, 2nd sem.