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EDTEP 501 Community-Based Field Experience (1-10, max. 15)
Field experience and group discussions accompanying the first quarter of study in the Elementary Teacher Education Program. Field experience in community based organizations or school settings. Prerequisite: elementary TEP student. Credit/no-credit only.

EDTEP 502 Second Quarter Field Experience - Elementary (2-10, max. 15)
Field experience accompanying the second quarter of study in the Elementary Teacher Education Program. Observe school-year opening full-time in late August through September; field experiences during the quarter in supervised school placements. Prerequisite: elementary TEP student. Credit/no-credit only.

EDTEP 503 Third Quarter Field Experience - Elementary (4)
Field experience and use of reflective process in small group discussions accompanying third quarter of study in Elementary Teacher Education Program. Observe school-year opening full-time in late August through September; field experiences during the quarter in supervised school placements. Prerequisite: elementary TEP student. Credit/no-credit only.

EDTEP 505 Capstone Project: Tools for Reflection - Elementary ([1-3]-, max. 3)
Group discussions fostering integration of coursework, field experience, and teaching experiences through documentation and reflection on first year teaching experiences. Using certification standards for teachers, students illustrate their learning through multiple forms of evidence. Final capstone project is presented to an audience. Prerequisite: elementary TEP student. Credit/no-credit only.

EDTEP 511 School and Society (3)
Exploration of issues regarding schooling and society, such as matters of value and value tension in American schools. Consideration of social values such as equality, opportunity, pluralism, and community; historical and contemporary evidence of values in schooling; and how values can conflict in policy and practice. Prerequisite: elementary TEP student.

EDTEP 512 Arts in Teaching (3)
Prepares prospective elementary education teachers to understand and acquire arts literacy through a comprehensive approach to learning and teaching in and through the arts. School and arts-site based, inclusive of multiple art forms. Based on comprehensive art principles, and project oriented. Credit/no-credit only.

EDTEP 521 Teaching and Learning in Numeracy I (4)
Focus on mathematics from the perspective of the learner and on the meaning of understanding a mathematics concept. Examination of cultural aspects of the development of these concepts. Prerequisite: elementary TEP student.

EDTEP 522 Teaching and Learning in Numeracy II (3)
Focus on pedagogy of mathematics. In conjunction with field experience, students extend understanding of mathematics and successfully integrate mathematics as a tool for learning science and art. Prerequisite: elementary TEP student.

EDTEP 523 Teaching and Learning in Science (3)
Science teaching in a manner consistent with how young children learn science concepts and skills. Opportunities are provided for work on science activities similar to those used with elementary school children and to experience many of the problems and successes of preadolescents. Prerequisite: elementary TEP student.

EDTEP 531 Teaching and Learning in Literacy I (3)
Investigation of the multiple natures of literacy development. Students study the impact of culture and family on literacy development by reading and discussing a variety of texts while also experiencing the development of their own learning through literature study, the writing process, and oral presentations. Prerequisite: elementary TEP student.
Instructor Course Description: Anne M Reece

EDTEP 532 Teaching and Learning in Literacy II (4)
Introduces participants to the content and process of literacy learning in elementary school. Study of abilities needed for effective literacy use, instructional strategies to help children acquire these abilities, and assessment strategies to evaluate student progress. Prerequisite: elementary TEP student.

EDTEP 533 Teaching and Learning in Literacy III (3)
Introduces participants to the content and process of literacy learning in elementary school. Study of abilities needed for effective literacy use, instructional strategies to help children acquire these abilities, and assessment strategies to evaluate student progress. Prerequisite: elementary TEP student.
Instructor Course Description: Tony Smith

EDTEP 541 Dilemmas of Teaching and Learning in Elementary School ([2-4]-, max. 4)
Covers human learning in the elementary school setting with emphasis on discipline-specific cognition and cognitive development. Prerequisite: elementary TEP student.

EDTEP 542 Meeting the Needs of All Students-Elementary (3)
Overview of physical, cognitive, and social development of elementary school age children. Discussion of ways in which differences in development may affect children in school. Provides elementary teachers with understanding of how to facilitate the success of all children in general education classrooms. Prerequisite: elementary TEP student.

EDTEP 543 Teaching and Learning in Social Studies. (4)
Strategies for teaching social studies and the arts through integrated thematic units of curriculum and instruction. Prerequisite: elementary TEP student.
Instructor Course Description: Allen D. Glenn Mary Anne Christy

EDTEP 544 Differentiated Instruction (1-4, max. 20)
Introduction to the concepts and practice of differentiated instruction for children with diverse developmental, linguistic, and cultural characteristics. Prerequisite: elementary TEP student.
Instructor Course Description: Jacob Hackett

EDTEP 551 Multicultural Teaching (3)
Concepts, theories, and strategies that constitute major dimensions of multicultural education. Focus on racial and ethnic groups, social class, and gender. Dimensions of multicultural education examined include content integration, knowledge construction process, prejudice reduction, equity pedagogy, and empowering school culture and social structure. Prerequisite: TEP student.

EDTEP 552 Assessment in Elementary Education ([1-2]-, max. 3)
Emphasis on methods of assessment that reinforce understanding of the various disciplines. Includes performance assessments, assessments of student projects and papers, traditional exams, and observational exams. Prerequisite: elementary TEP student.
Instructor Course Description: Janice Fournier

EDTEP 553 Introduction to Multicultural Education - Elementary (4)
Explores concepts, theories, and strategies that constitute major dimensions of multicultural education. Focuses on racial and ethnic groups, social class, and gender. Examines dimensions of multicultural education including content integration, knowledge construction process, prejudice reduction, equity pedagogy, and empowering school culture and social structure. Prerequisite: elementary TEP student. Offered: SpS.

EDTEP 560 Teaching for Learning in Secondary School (3)
Studies human learning in an educational setting, with an emphasis on learning of school subjects. Topics include nature of learning, knowledge and teaching, motivation, culture, and cognition. First in a two-course sequence. Prerequisite: secondary TEP student.

EDTEP 561 Teaching and Learning for Secondary Schools II (2)
Study of human learning in an educational setting, with an emphasis on learning of school subjects. Topics include nature of learning, knowledge and teaching, motivation, culture, and cognition. Second of a two-course sequence. Prerequisite: secondary TEP student.

EDTEP 562 Adolescent Development and Education I (2-)
Overview of trends and issues of adolescent development and behavior in relation to contemporary secondary schooling. Examines psychological perspectives on adolescent identity, interpersonal relationships, academic engagement, and social deviancy in schools. First in a two-course sequence. Prerequisite: secondary TEP student.

EDTEP 563 Adolescent Development and Education II (-2)
Overview of trends and issues of adolescent development and behavior in relation to contemporary secondary schooling. Examines psychological perspectives on adolescent identity, interpersonal relationships, academic engagement, and social deviancy in schools. Second in a two-course sequence. Prerequisite: secondary TEP student.

EDTEP 564 Working in Schools (1-2, max. 20)
Explores the organizational, personal, and interpersonal aspects of working as a teacher in schools. Preparation for membership and leadership in a professional learning community and for continuing professional growth. Prerequisite: TEP student Credit/no-credit only.
Instructor Course Description: Allen D. Glenn

EDTEP 565 Planning and Teaching an Integrated Curriculum (3)
Introduction of models for integrating curriculum, congruent instructional and assessment strategies, and team planning skills. Provides direct and experiential learning activities and results in production of team-planned curricular units based on two different models of curriculum integration. Prerequisite: secondary TEP student.

EDTEP 566 Creating Classrooms for All Students (2-4, max. 4)
Provides middle and high school teachers with an understanding of how to organize their classrooms so as to encourage and teach civility and be familiar with the needs of special education students.

EDTEP 571 Topics and Tensions in School and Society (4)
Exploration of issues of value and value tension in American schools. Consideration of social values of equality, opportunity, pluralism, and community, historical and contemporary evidence of values in schooling, and how values can conflict in policy and practice. Prerequisite: secondary TEP student.

EDTEP 573 Assessment in Secondary Education (4)
Strong emphasis on methods of assessment that reinforce understanding of the various disciplines, including performance assessments, assessments of student projects and papers, traditional exams, and observational exams. Prerequisite: secondary TEP student.

EDTEP 575 Working with English Language Learners and Literacy Across the Curriculum (4)
Prepares pre-service secondary teachers to meet the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse students in the mainstream secondary classroom. Emphasis on second language acquisition, critical literacy issues, and integration of language and literacy into academic content areas for adolescent learners.

EDTEP 580 Teaching English and Language Arts in Secondary School I (5-)
Teaching of English and language arts in middle, junior, or senior high school. Prerequisite: secondary TEP student.

EDTEP 581 Teaching English and Language Arts in Secondary School II (-3)
Teaching of English and language arts in middle, junior, or senior high school. Prerequisite: secondary TEP student.
Instructor Course Description: Paul S Sutton

EDTEP 582 Teaching Mathematics in the Secondary School I (5-)
Teaching of mathematics in middle, junior, or senior high school. Prerequisite: secondary TEP student.

EDTEP 583 Teaching Mathematics in the Secondary School II (-3)
Teaching of mathematics in middle, junior, or senior high school. Prerequisite: secondary TEP student.
Instructor Course Description: Ilana Seidel Horn

EDTEP 584 Teaching Social Studies in the Secondary School I (5-)
Developing, teaching, and evaluating social studies courses on the middle, junior, and senior high school levels. Prerequisite: secondary TEP student.

EDTEP 585 Teaching Social Studies in the Secondary School II (-3)
Developing, teaching, and evaluating social studies courses on the middle, junior, and senior high school levels. Prerequisite: secondary TEP student.

EDTEP 586 Teaching Science in the Secondary School I (5-)
Teaching of science in middle, junior, or senior high school. Prerequisite: secondary TEP student.

EDTEP 587 Teaching Science in the Secondary School II (-3)
Teaching of science in middle, junior, or senior high school. Prerequisite: secondary TEP student.

EDTEP 588 Teaching World Languages I (5-)
Introduction to currently used foreign language teaching methods and approaches, including learning and teaching strategies and techniques for the four skills - reading, writing, speaking, listening - and culture. Current and future trends in pedagogy and technology. Prerequisite: secondary TEP student.

EDTEP 589 Teaching World Languages II (-3)
Introduction to currently used foreign language teaching methods and approaches, including learning and teaching strategies and techniques for the four skills - reading, writing, speaking, listening - and culture. Current and future trends in pedagogy and technology. Prerequisite: secondary TEP student.

EDTEP 591 First Quarter Field Experience - Secondary (2-5, max. 10)
Field experience accompanying the first quarter of study in the Secondary Teacher Education Program. Observe and assist for two weeks full-time during the quarter in supervised school placements. Prerequisite: secondary TEP student. Credit/no-credit only.
Instructor Course Description: Jessica J Thompson

EDTEP 592 Second Quarter Field Experience - Secondary (2-5, max. 10)
Field experience accompanying the second quarter of study in the Secondary Teacher Education Program. Supervised placements in summer school program. Prerequisite: secondary TEP student. Credit/no-credit only.

EDTEP 593 Third Quarter Field Experience - Secondary (2-5, max. 10)
Field experience accompanying third quarter of study in Secondary Teacher Education Program. Four weeks full-time plus daily part-time in supervised school placements. Prerequisite: secondary TEP student. Credit/no-credit only.

EDTEP 595 Capstone Project: Tool for Reflection - Secondary ([1-3]-, max. 3)
Group discussions fostering integration of coursework, field experience, and teaching experiences through documentation and reflection on first year teaching experiences. Using certification standards for teachers, students illustrate their learning through multiple forms of evidence. Final capstone project is presented to an audience. Prerequisite: secondary TEP student. Credit/no-credit only.

EDTEP 600 Independent Study or Research (*-)
Registration must be accompanied by a study prospectus endorsed by the Director of Teacher Education and the faculty adviser for the work proposed. Credit/no-credit only.

EDTEP 601 Fourth Quarter Field Experience (2-10, max. 15)
Field experience during the fourth quarter of study in the Teacher Education Program. Full-time student teaching in supervised school placements. Prerequisite: TEP student. Credit/no-credit only.