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  Syllabi for Professional Education coursework
ECH 2305 Socio-Cultural Influences on Child Development (3-0)
This explores the influences of society, culture, political issues, family, and experiences on personal identity and learning success with special emphasis on the development of social competence and self-discipline, as well as culture of schools and classrooms. Students participate in 20 clock-hours of field experience in a variety of settings with diverse student populations.
ECH 2305 Knight    
ECH 3350 Developmentally Appropriate Environments (3-0)
This course link cognitive, physical, social and affective developmental domains to children’s experience and environment. The focus is on connecting developmental sequence and theory to real world experience and practice. The role of adult influence on children’s development is emphasized.
ECH 3350 Moore    

ECH 4305 Cognitive Development (3-0)
A study of qualitative and quantitative changes in thinking, organizing, perceiving, and problem solving. Emphasizes the sensory motor, intuitive, concrete, and formal development periods.

ECH 4450 Moore    
ED 2202 Teacher Education and Practice (2-0)
Designed to provide an overview of the practice of teaching in today’s society and the skills and tools required by the classroom teacher.
ED 2202 Moore ED 2202 Purkiss ED 2202 Sanders
ED 2323 Introduction to Computer Technology (3-0)
A survey of computer technology systems supporting the instructional process with emphasis on technology foundations, acquisition of information, communications, problem solving, productivity, and evaluation tools. The course will introduce the student to technology concepts and terminology and to a wide range of microcomputer applications including presentation software, desktop publishing, authoring systems, telecommunications, multimedia, graphics, and integrated packages.
ED 2323 Evans    
ED 3314 Linguistically Diverse Learners (3-0)
Designed to enhance awareness, respect, understanding, and appreciation of the strengths of linguistically and culturally diverse learners through an examination of the research, the study of theory, curriculum, assessment methodology, and classroom environments that foster a climate of respect, learning, equity, and excellence.
Ed 3314 Hakes    
ED 4309 Mathematics: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School Teacher (2-2)
This field-based course emphasizes the integration of research and theories about the process of learning mathematics. The development of logical reasoning in students, stages of intellectual development, appropriate questioning and problem solving strategies and techniques will be used with students in a public school setting. The TEKS addressing basic mathematics information, methods, and materials will be included. (Must be taken concurrently with ED 4311, ED 4314.)
ED 4309 Gee    
ED 4311 Social Studies: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School Teacher (2-2)
This field-based course emphasizes the integration of research and theories about the processes of learning social studies in the elementary and middle school. Problem solving, critical thinking, and citizenship will be stressed. Appropriate strategies will be identified using concepts from the social studies. Field practicum is required. (Must be taken concurrently with ED 4309 and ED 4314).
Ed 4311 Hakes    
ED 4314 Science: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School Teacher (2-2)
This field-based course emphasizes the integration of research and theories about the processes of learning science. The major science processes such as observing, experimenting, measuring, classifying, analyzing, interpreting, sequencing, recognizing properties and patterns, and inferring will be used with students in a public school setting. The TEKS addressing basic scientific information, methods, and materials will be included. (Must be taken concurrently with ED 4309, ED 4311.)
ED 4314 Purkiss    
ED 4315 The Elementary School: Organization and Management (3-0)
Focus is on the organization and management of classroom environments, curriculum, time management, planning, and student behavior. Legal and ethical issues related to schools and public education are addressed. Teacher Candidates acquire knowledge, skill, and ability by observing and working with experienced public school teachers in elementary classrooms. To be taken concurrently with the student teaching placement. A seminar format conducted by teams of university and/or public school teachers is utilized.
Prerequisites: ED 4309, 4311, 4314, and admission to the Student Teaching Program.
ED 4315 Gee ED 4315 Moore  
ED 4321 Secondary School Organization and Curriculum (3-0)
A study of the structure, organization, and management of the secondary school system emphasizing state and local structures in Texas. Includes an examination of special student populations, the legal and ethical aspects of teaching, and career development. A field experience component is required. (Must be admitted to the Educator Preparation Program.)
ED 4321 Bain    
ED 4322 Teaching Techniques in the Secondary School (3-0)
A study of the teaching process in the secondary school, including measurement and evaluation of student achievement, instructional media and technology, and planning. A field experience in a secondary school is required.
ED 4322 Williamson    
ED 4323 Teaching Techniques in the Secondary School (3-0)
A study of the teaching process in the secondary school, including planning, classroom management, and questioning strategies. This course must be taken concurrently with student teaching.
Prerequisites: Reading 4320, Education 4321, and admission into the Student Teaching Program.
ED 4323 Williamson    
EPSY 3303 Child and Adolescent Development (3-0)
A study of the human development processes from childhood to adolescence including physical, cognitive, social, emotional, and personality development. Aspects of learning, motivation, classroom management, behavior management, diverse learners, and socio-cultural elements are examined. A case study report is required.
EPSY 3303 Gee EPSY 3303 Lucksinger EPSY 3303 Purkiss
RDG 2306 The Role of Affect and Literature in Reading (3-0)
A study of children’s literature, selection of materials, and literature-based methods for use in the elementary classroom.
RDG 2306 Mears    

RDG 3332 Reading in the Content Areas (3-0)
An examination of reading and writing processes across the content areas with an emphasis on planning instruction, implementing strategies, and selecting materials for the elementary classroom.

RDG 3332 Johnson RDG 3332 Mears  

RDG 3335 Reading Development in the Elementary School (3-0)
An understanding of reading development from emergent to fluency, methods of reading instruction, and sequence of instruction for the elementary classroom.
Prerequisite: RDG 2306

RDG 3335 Eisenwine RDG 3335 Johnson  
RDG 3336 Teaching Reading in the Language Arts Classroom (3-0)
A study of the integrated language arts process in the elementary classroom. Focus on effective teaching of the language arts modes of listening, speaking, reading, writing, viewing, and representing.
Prerequisite: RDG 2306
RDG 3336 Mears    
RDG 3339 Reading in the Middle School Classroom (3-0)
Examines reading and writing processes, the development of reading and writing abilities and skills, theories and models of reading, assessment, remedial strategies, planning, and materials for the 4-8 literacy learning environment.
RDG 3339 Mears    
RDG 4301 Assessment and Evaluation of Reading and Writing (3-0)
An examination of appropriate assessment and evaluation strategies for the classroom teacher to utilize. Both formal and informal assessment measures are introduced for evaluation of student performance and planning instruction.
Prerequisites: Reading 3332, Reading 3335 and Reading 3336
RDG 4301 Hines    
RDG 4320 Reading in the Secondary School Content Areas (3-0)
A study of reading skills, learning and study and higher level thinking skills development in the content areas. Includes determining the readability of curriculum materials, adapting learning experiences, planning curriculum to accommodate student diversity in reading ability, and assessing student learning. A field experience component is required.
Prerequisites: Admission to the Teacher Education Program.
RDG 4320 Williamson    
RDG 4602 Reading and Language Arts in the Elementary and Middle School (6-0)
Students will apply integrated language arts knowledge and skills in a variety of settings in the elementary and middle school. This course is the capstone field-based experience in reading/language arts prior to the student teaching experience.
Prerequisites: Reading 3332, Reading 3335, Reading 3336 and Reading 4301
RDG 4602 Hines Eisenwine Decker    

SPED 2361 A Survey of Exceptionalities (3-0)
A survey of students with disabilities and the impact on school performance. Legal definitions and requirements under state and federal regulations and the impact on school programs will be presented.

SPED 2361 Bain SPED 2361 McCoulskey  

 

 

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