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Internship Clinical Practice II: Methods/clinical practice for Special Education

Internship II is the second part in a two-part methods course sequence that prepares prospective teachers for special education teaching at K-12 school level. Candidates take this course as a part of a two-semester sequence (Internship I and Internship II). Developmentally appropriate content, strategies, and methods of instruction will be discussed with emphasis on the […]

Internship Clinical Practice I: Methods/clinical practice for Special Education

Internship I is the first part in a two-part methods course sequence that prepares prospective teachers for special education teaching at K-12 school level. Candidates take this course as a part of a two-semester sequence (Internship I and Internship II). Developmentally appropriate content, strategies, and methods of instruction will be discussed with emphasis on the […]

Methods/Student Teaching for Computer Science K-12

This course will prepare prospective teachers with the methods for teaching Computer Science in K-12 schools. Developmentally appropriate content, strategies, and methods of instruction will be discussed with emphasis on the implementation in student teaching. This course requires a full time placement in an educational setting appropriate for the intended certification area. Students work toward […]

Internship Clinical Practice II: Methods/clinical practice for Middle/Secondary School Mathematics Teachers

This is the second part of the clinical practice/internship experience for science certification. Candidates take this course as a part of a two-semester sequence (Internship I and Internship II), after successful completion of Internship I. Developmentally appropriate content, strategies, and methods of instruction will be discussed with emphasis on the implementation in the internship II […]

Internship Clinical Practice II: Methods/Clinical Practice for Middle/Secondary School Science Teachers

This course will prepare prospective teachers for teaching science at the middle/secondary school level. This is the second part of the clinical practice/internship experience for science certification. Developmentally appropriate content, strategies, and methods of instruction will be discussed with emphasis on the implementation in the internship II placement. In addition to the seminar, this course […]

The Teaching Portfolio

This course is offered to continue to assist TECP candidates with their professional portfolio development. The portfolio is a program requirement for certification. In this course candidates will continue to add coursework and practicum (or student teaching) evidence and reflections to the portfolio. Candidates will prepare their portfolio for review before application for certification. All […]

Practicum, Methods/Materials, and Culture in ESOL Education

This is a semester long, field-based course designed to integrate and apply previous course work in ESOL certification. Students document their work in the school, including planning, teaching, and consultation and aiding with transition issues. Students assume the full range of teaching responsibilities while supervised in the field. Seminars meet weekly throughout the semester. Students […]

Supervised Student Teaching/Theory, Practice, and Methods/Materials in ESOL Education

This is a semester long, field-based course designed to integrate and apply previous course work in ESOL certification. Students document their work in the schools, including planning, teaching and consultation and aiding with transition issues. Students assume the full range of teaching responsibilities while supervised in the field. Seminars meet weekly throughout the semester. This […]

Curriculum & Design and Assessment in ESOL

This course presents theories, tools, and techniques, and materials in the development of curricula, which address the language and content needs of English language learners. The methodology for teaching such learners will be covered as well as how to plan and implement an adapted or differentiated curriculum to meet student need. Strategies that promote student […]

Introduction to Linguistics

The course focuses on linguistics, the scientific study of language. We will explore the properties of language and linguistic challenges faced by English language learners. The course will expand upon the subfields within the linguistics: phonetics and phonology, morphology and syntax, semantics and pragmatics. Concepts relevant to teaching English will be taught: pronunciation, grammar, and […]