ESE: Education: Secondary Courses

Courses

ESE 3905   Directed Study

College of Ed and Prof Studies, Department of Teacher Ed & Ed Leadership

1-12 sh (may be repeated indefinitely for credit)

ESE 4322   Instruction, Management, and Assessment: Secondary Education

College of Ed and Prof Studies, Department of Teacher Ed & Ed Leadership

3 sh (may not be repeated for credit)

This course provides an introduction to the teacher?s role in managing the classroom, instruction, and evaluation as it relates to teaching the essential secondary (grades 6-12) school competencies. Models of teaching are briefly introduced to support new teachers in developing a broader perspective regarding teaching practice and their implications for classroom management. Throughout the course, students will investigate the effective (authoritative) teacher perspective with respect to each model with the following teaching-learning goals in mind: 1) Organizing the classroom for a productive learning environment; 2) Building positive student-teacher relationships for culturally responsive instruction; 3) Handling challenging circumstances with effective strategies; 4) Supporting students with special needs; and 5) Assessing and evaluating student understanding and skills.

ESE 4905   Directed Study

College of Ed and Prof Studies, Department of Teacher Ed & Ed Leadership

1-12 sh (may be repeated indefinitely for credit)

ESE 4940   Secondary Practicum

College of Ed and Prof Studies, Department of Teacher Ed & Ed Leadership

3 sh (may be repeated for up to 6 sh of credit)
Prerequisite: (EDF 3234 AND SSE 4113*) OR ECT 4380* OR MAE 3324* OR LAE 3324* OR SCE 4320*

Secondary Practicum is designed to be a practical experience for those preparing to become a professional educator. This program will provide the student with a secondary school placement in their discipline in which they will apply knowledge and skills from their coursework. The placement will provide opportunities for students to practice skills under careful observation and in cooperation with a supervising teacher. During the 100 hour placement, students will observe quality teaching strategies and then plan, deliver and evaluate multiple lessons. In order to receive a C- or above in the course, students must earn at least a "Developing" rating on the Danielson evaluation tool for elements 1a,1b,1c,2a,3e,4e & 4f. Permission is required.

ESE 5905   Directed Study

College of Ed and Prof Studies, Department of Teacher Ed & Ed Leadership

1-12 sh (may be repeated indefinitely for credit)

ESE 6905   Directed Study

College of Ed and Prof Studies, Department of Teacher Ed & Ed Leadership

1-12 sh (may be repeated indefinitely for credit)