PRESENT: Scott Bradley, Tom Colwin, George Ferencz, Joseph Greene, Mary Margaret Hosler, Philip Johns, Larry Kenney, Michael Longrie, Terry Ostermeier, David Remmele, Larry Schuetz, Mark Skidmore, Richard Telfer, and Meg Waraczynski (for Lance Urven)
ABSENT: Anthony Hart, Jason Lauer, Jim Stewart, Michelle Weis, and Ed Zakrzewski
GUEST: Diane Jones and Diane Ormsby
Dick Telfer called the meeting to order at 2:15 p.m.
George Ferencz moved to approve the agenda with a change to divide the item Coaching minor into Coaching Minor-Bus/L&S and Coaching Minor-Edu. Mike Longrie seconded the motion and the motion carried.
The October 9, 1998 minutes were approved on a Phil Johns/George Ferencz motion.
The new Audio Studies module was pulled from the agenda to ensure that the Intent to Plan was circulated fully.
The change in requisite proposal for course 640-102 in the Chemistry Department was received and recorded on a Phil Johns/Meg Waraczynski motion.
George Ferencz moved, and Mary Margaret Hosler seconded, to approve and receive and record as appropriate, the proposals from the Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Coaching Department as a package. After some discussion regarding the title, Phil Johns moved to pull 448-250 from the package so that a concern over the course title could be addressed. Meg Waraczynski seconded the motion, which carried. Tom Colwin then moved to separate the Coaching minors from the package with action delayed until 448-250 is reintroduced. George Ferencz seconded the motion, and that motion carried. The original motion, with the three indicated exclusions, to approve 448-240, 448-256, 448-463(663), and 448-466(666), and to receive and record 448-250, 448-460(660), 448-492, 448-255, and 448-461(661) then carried.
The BSE -Occupational Safety proposal from the Safety Studies Department was approved on a Tom Colwin/George Ferencz motion.
The changes in submajors for Special Education, changing Special Education Mental Retardation Elementary Emphasis (BSE), and Special Education Severe Profound Handicapped Emphasis (BSE) to Special Education Cognitive Disabilities - Elementary Emphasis (BSE) and from Special Education Mental Retardation Secondary Emphasis (BSE), and Special Education Severe Profound Handicapped Emphasis (BSE)to Special Education Cognitive Disabilities - Secondary Emphasis were approved on a Tom Colwin/Larry Kenney motion.
The remaining Special Education proposals [change in requisite proposal, 480-476(676), change in requisite and title proposal, 480-465(665), change in title proposals, 480-356(556), 480-457(657), 480-459(659), 480-462(662), 489-411A, 480-411B, and the deletion of 489-411H] were all received and recorded on a Terry Ostermeier/Mike Longrie motion.
Tom Colwin moved to receive and record the special courses that had been approved between October 2, 1998 and October 30, 1998 as listed below:
|436-490||Pedagogy in Environmental Education||9891||10/12/98|
|436-490/690||Implementing Technology in the K-12 Classroom||9891||10/23/98|
|490-496/696||Working with Difficult Client Populations||Winterim||10/23/98|
|805-496/696||Instructional Applications of Archaeoastronomy||9893||10/30/98|
A draft of the Entitlement to Plan for a Major in Multimedia Studies was distributed for discussion. Phil Johns moved to table the discussion to allow members time to review the material, Mike Longrie seconded the motion, and the motion carried.
In response to a memo that he received, Dick Telfer brought up a question regarding the requiring of Independent Study courses within a major. There was discussion, but no action was taken. The topic will be revisited at a later meeting.
The meeting adjourned at 3:05 p.m. on a Mike Longrie/George Ferencz motion.