Minutes of the January 21, 2000 Meeting
PRESENT: Amy Anderson, Scott Bradley, Tom Colwin, Shannon Duchow, George Ferencz, Melissa Hinderman, Phil Johns, John Zbikowski (for Larry Kenney), Marilyn Lavin, Jim Meyer, Jo Ann Oravec, David Remmele, Ann Ruff, Larry Schuetz, Lance Urven, and Meg Waraczynski
ABSENT: Greg Green, Terry Ostermeier, Jim Stewart, and Richard Telfer
Larry Schuetz called the meeting to order at 2:21 p.m.
Greg Green moved approval of the agenda, and John Zbikowski seconded, the motion which carried.
The November 19, 1999 minutes were approved on a Phil Johns/Marilyn Lavin motion.
Larry Schuetz reminded everyone that the General Education Proposal will be on the next agenda.
John Zbikowski moved to approve the College of Education's proposals as a package. Tom Colwin seconded the motion, and the motion carried. The package approved the following new courses: 400-321 Guiding Young Children (download), 400-322 Working with Infants and Toddlers and Their Families (download), 400-323 Reflective Seminar: Assessment (download), 400-331 Directed Teaching A: Infants and Toddlers (download), 400-332 Reflection Seminar: Literacy/Infant Toddler (download), 400-333 Informal Assessment of Young Children (download), 400-334 Children's Literature and Language Arts, Ages 3 through 8 (download), 400-441 Directed Teaching B: Preschool (3-4) (download), 400-442 Planning for Individual Needs (download), 400-443 Field Study: Ages 3 through 5 (download), 400-451 Reflective Seminar: Final Considerations (download), 400-452 Integrated Curriculum for Children: Ages 6 through 8 (download), 400-461 Directed Teaching C (ECSE) (download), 400-462 Directed Teaching D: Kindergarten (download), and 400-463 Directed Teaching E: Primary (download), as well as the new major Early Childhood Education Major (download).
The proposal from the College of Letters and Sciences to create a new prefix for the Asian Studies Minor was received and recorded on a Phil Johns/Meg Waraczynski motion.
Lance Urven moved, and Meg Waraczynski seconded, to receive and record the Biological Sciences Department's proposal for a change in credits, requisites, and repeatability for 630-498 Independent Study. The motion carried.
Larry Kenney moved to receive and record the special courses that had been approved between November 11, 1999 and January 12, 2000 as listed below:
|110-490/690||Art Educators Institute: Traversing Media in the Arts||2003||11/24/99|
|150-790||Jazz Pedagogy Workshop||2003||11/22/99|
|150-790||Low Brass Workshop||2003||11/22/99|
|150-790||Preventing Teacher Burnout: Revitalizing the Career||2003||11/22/99|
|150-790||The Music of Africa and the Afro-West||2003||11/22/99|
|220-790||Computerized School Store Records||2003||12/8/99|
|220-790||Creating Web Pages for Business & Marketing Education||2003||12/1/99|
|220-790||Developing Academic Standards Based Curriculum Using WIDS for Bus. & Marketing Education||2003||12/8/99|
|220-796||Marketing Education Update - MarkEd National Conclave||2003||12/8/99|
|400-490/690||Children at Risk||2003||11/24/99|
|400-490/690||Teaching Gifted Students||2003||11/24/99|
|426-490/690||Contemporary Wisconsin Indian Issues in Education||2003||11/22/99|
|426-490/690||Integrating Wisconsin Folk/Traditional Arts and Cultures Across the Curriculum||2003||11/22/99|
|426-490/690||Storytelling & Literacy Learning: A Workshop for Librarians, Teachers & Media Specialists||2003||11/22/99|
|426-490/690||Wisconsin Indian Experience||2003||11/22/99|
|426-490/690||World of Business: Education for Employment||2001||11/24/99|
|436-490/690||Computer Applications for K-12 Educators||2001||12/13/99|
|436-490/690||Education in Business and Industry Partnerships||2003||12/13/99|
|436-490/690||Issues in Adult Education||2001||11/24/99|
|436-490/690||Literacy Education in the Early Childhood and Elementary Years||2001||12/1/99|
|436-496/696||Emergent Curriculum Using Reggio Emilia Approach||2001||12/8/99|
|448-490/690||Basketball Camp Administration & Fundamentals||2003||11/24/99|
|448-490/690||Basketball Transition and Power Post Play||2003||11/24/99|
|448-490/690||Developing a Passing Attack & Defending the Passing Game||2003||11/24/99|
|448-490/690||Facility Planning Design & Management in Physical Education & Sport||2003||11/24/99|
|448-490/690||Football Camp Organization & Observation||2003||11/24/99|
|448-490/690||Playing & Coaching Golf||2003||11/24/99|
|448-490/690||Promotion and Retention of Athletic Programs||2003||11/24/99|
|448-490/690||Tournament & Championship Planning & Management||2003||11/24/99|
|460-490/690||Current Issues in Highway Safety||2001||12/13/99|
|480-490/690||Manual Communication for Educators & Health Care Professionals||2003||11/24/99|
|510-490/690||Communication Assessment & Intervention: Strategies for Adolescents with Language Disorders||2003||12/1/99|
|510-496/696||Language and Learning in Adolescents: How to Teach the Hard to Reach Students||2003||12/1/99|
|722-490||Intro to Geographic Information Systems: Utilizing Arc View GIS||2003||12/1/99|
|892-494/694||Anthropology Seminar-Women and Development||2007||11/22/99|
|900-494||Freshman Honors Seminar||2001||11/22/99|
Phil Johns moved to accept the General Education Review Committee's report to continue Science and Technology as a core course. Marilyn Lavin seconded the motion. After some discussion, the item was tabled to await the General Education Proposal at the next meeting on a Lance Urven/Marilyn Lavin motion.
The meeting adjourned at 3:05 p.m. on a Meg Waraczynski/George Ferencz motion.