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ELEMMID 424 ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE SCHOOL ART EDUCATION 3 u

A preparatory course for those planning to teach art in the elementary/ middle school. Included will be a study of the contribution of art expression to the creative growth of the child and an analysis of the visual arts in the elementary/middle school curriculum. Various approaches to curriculum organization will be explored and materials developed for use in teaching. Required of all Broadfield Art majors and minors seeking licensure to teach art at the elementary level.
Prereq: Restricted to students with Professional Education admission.

SECNDED 423 MIDDLE/SECONDARY SCHOOL ART EDUCATION 3 u
A preparatory course toward teaching art in middle/secondary school. The place of art in the middle/high school program, use and organization of art materials, exhibits and community relations. Required of all broadfield art education majors.
Prereq: EDFOUND 212 or EDFOUND 222. Restricted to students with Professional Education admission.

EDFNDPRC 210 INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION AND TEACHING 3 u
This course introduces prospective teachers to the teaching profession, educational philosophies, and the structure of schools. It includes a fieldwork component that complements classroom instruction. Offered on a letter grade basis only.
Coreq: EDFOUND 243 and EDFOUND 212 or EDFOUND 222 and student must have passed at least two sections of the PPST and 2.75 GPA based on at least 12 credits of course work or consent of department.

EDFOUND 212 EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 u
This course is designed primarily for secondary school teachers. Among the areas considered are the psychology of teaching, learning theories, memory, development, intelligence, creativity, individual differences, motivation, and classroom management.
Coreq: EDFOUND 243 and EDFNDPRC 210, pass two portions of PPST and 2.75 GPA.

EDFOUND 222 CHILD DEVELOPMENT 3 u
A developmental study of the child from conception to the onset of puberty, including physical, psychosocial and cognitive growth.
Prereq: Concurrent enrollment in CIFLD 210 or SPECFLD 210 and EDFOUND 243.

EDFOUND 243 FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION IN A PLURALISTIC SOCIETY GI/Diversity 3 u
This course is designed to prepare students to understand and teach in school settings with diverse populations. Attention will be directed to major educational issues, the experiences of students from diverse backgrounds, and the role of the teacher in a pluralistic society. Through an emphasis on historical, cultural, and sociological perspectives, students will understand how issues of diversity have shaped the educational experiences of different groups of Americans.
Coreq: For those seeking licensure in education, CIFLD 210 or SPECFLD 210 and EDFOUND 212 or EDFOUND 222.

SPECED 205 PSYCHOLOGY OF THE EXCEPTIONAL CHILD 3 u
A survey course designed to familiarize students with the psychological, physiological and educational problems which confront persons who are cognitively disabled, gifted, emotionally disturbed, speech impaired, auditorily impaired, visually impaired, orthopedically and neurologically impaired.

SECNDED 466 LITERACY STRATEGIES FOR 3 u CONTENT-AREA TEACHERS
The principles, techniques and materials for literacy instruction in the middle/secondary schools with emphasis on application of skills within the various content areas taught in the secondary schools.
Prereq: EDFOUND 212 or EDFOUND 222 or EDFOUND 478. Restricted to students with Professional Education admission.

EDFOUND 425/625 MEASUREMENT AND 3 u EVALUATION IN THE SECONDARY SCHOOL
This class is designed for special education, communicative disorders and secondary education majors. It includes testing , measurement, and evaluation of student progress in multiple contexts and subject areas. Teacher testing, assessment, and decision making in the school environments are emphasized as well as examining traditional and performance assessment strategies. Basic statistical procedures, the use and interpretation of standardized tests, appropriate use of non-testing techniques are covered as well as various grading and reporting systems specific to the secondary school setting. Prereq: Junior or senior standing. Restricted to students with Professional Education admission.

CIFLD 492 FIELD STUDY 1-12 u
Offered on a Satisfactory/No Credit basis only. Designed to give the student experience in working with individuals in such settings as day care centers, nursery, elementary, middle and secondary schools. Repeatable for a maximum of 12 units in degree.
Prereq: EDFNDPRC 210. Restricted to students with Professional Education admission.

CIFLD 411 DIRECTED TEACHING - ELEMENTARY 2-12 u
Offered on a Satisfactory/No Credit basis only. Professional laboratory experience under the guidance of carefully selected, qualified cooperating teachers in elementary school classrooms in the area. Students with licensure who desire recommendation for licensure by this University must complete at least 3-6 units of directed teaching on this campus regardless of the number of units earned elsewhere. Repeatable for a maximum of 18 units in major/degree.

CIFLD 414 DIRECTED TEACHING - SECONDARY 2-12 u
Offered on a Satisfactory/No Credit grade basis only. Professional laboratory experience is provided under the guidance of carefully selected qualified cooperating teachers in secondary school classrooms in the area. Students with licensure who desire recommendation for licensure by this University, must complete at least 3-6 units of directed teaching on this campus regardless of the number of units earned elsewhere. Repeatable for a maximum of 18 units in major/degree.