Education

Fall Semester 2017

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Field Placement
EDUC.5015.A1
Levesque, Leo-James-
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[5. Field Experience] The field placement consists of a minimum of fifteen weeks. There are four days of school visitation and two separate placements in a K-12 school setting. Placement is made by the School of Education in accordance with the policy in the St. Thomas University Calendar and the BEd Field Placement Handbook. All field placements will be conducted in the Province of New Brunswick.

Fren. Sec. Lang. Meth: Ms/Hs
EDUC.5163.A
Levesque, Leo-JamesM W08:30AM-10:20AM
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[2. Middle and Secondary Majors and Electives|French Second Language] This course presents theories of second language acquisition, current trends in the field of second language teaching and learning, and their application to the teaching of French in a communicative and interactive approach at the middle and secondary levels. Students will develop lesson units, engage in peer-teaching, and integrate technology into their teaching. Students will participate in discussion, work with case studies, research issues in second language education using current professional journals and resources. Attention will be given to the teaching and assessing of listening, reading, writing, speaking and cultural understanding. This course aims to provide solid advice, information and guidance to French Second Language teachers so that they may help their students recognize that French is not only a means of communication but also a portal to future opportunities. Students are required to have a minimum proficiency of Intermediate Plus on the New Brunswick French Oral Proficiency scale to register for this course.

Elem.School Reading&Lang. Arts
EDUC.5413.A1
Ingersoll, MarceaTH01:30PM-03:20PM
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[3. Elementary Majors] The course will focus on current approaches to reading and language arts instruction. This includes becoming aware of the influence of theories of reading and literacy. You will begin to lay the groundwork for your own effective language arts practice by designing and developing curriculum resources and materials for use in the classroom. You will be expected to review and utilize the New Brunswick Curriculum English Language Arts documents (found online) and your course notes and required texts in your planning and preparation of lessons and activities for this course. The spotlight is on reading and the processes of writing, listening, thinking and comprehension in the elementary classroom.

Elem.School Reading&Lang. Arts
EDUC.5413.B1
Ingersoll, MarceaT01:30PM-03:20PM
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[3. Elementary Majors] The course will focus on current approaches to reading and language arts instruction. This includes becoming aware of the influence of theories of reading and literacy. You will begin to lay the groundwork for your own effective language arts practice by designing and developing curriculum resources and materials for use in the classroom. You will be expected to review and utilize the New Brunswick Curriculum English Language Arts documents (found online) and your course notes and required texts in your planning and preparation of lessons and activities for this course. The spotlight is on reading and the processes of writing, listening, thinking and comprehension in the elementary classroom.

Mdl Scl Literacy & la
EDUC.5423.A
Ingersoll, MarceaM W01:30PM-03:20PM
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[2. Middle and Secondary Majors and Electives|Language Arts] This course continues the development of the pre-service teacher's knowledge base with regard to designing the language arts programme in the elementary and middle level. Topics include the comprehension and response to literature, content area reading, study skills, and making connections between reading and writing. This course provides a framework for the beginning teacher upon which to base logical reflective decisions concerning learning experiences, instructional techniques, and assessment strategies.

Elem School Math Mtds
EDUC.5433.A1
Wood, ShaundaT01:30PM-03:20PM
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[3. Elementary Majors] Elementary mathematics is an introduction to the context and strategies of elementary mathematics (K-8). This course does not require a strong mathematics background. The emphasis will be on content as well as on doing mathematics. Students will be encouraged to be involved in problem solving and exploring mathematical concepts by developing ideas from the concrete to the abstract level, and by developing multiple representations of mathematical ideas. Content topics include pre-number concepts, numeration and place value, whole number operations, number theory, and geometry.

Elem School Math Mtds
EDUC.5433.B1
Wood, ShaundaTH01:30PM-03:20PM
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[3. Elementary Majors] Elementary mathematics is an introduction to the context and strategies of elementary mathematics (K-8). This course does not require a strong mathematics background. The emphasis will be on content as well as on doing mathematics. Students will be encouraged to be involved in problem solving and exploring mathematical concepts by developing ideas from the concrete to the abstract level, and by developing multiple representations of mathematical ideas. Content topics include pre-number concepts, numeration and place value, whole number operations, number theory, and geometry.

Art and Music Ed. in Elem
EDUC.5443.A1
Hewson, AnneW01:30PM-03:20PM
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[3. Elementary Majors] This modularized course will introduce two elements of the elementary major: art and music. Existing curricula in these fields will be examined; students will be given opportunities to plan and present lessons that meaningfully integrate art and music into other areas of the elementary curriculum.

Art and Music Ed. in Elem
EDUC.5443.B1
Hewson, AnneM01:30PM-03:20PM
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[3. Elementary Majors] This modularized course will introduce two elements of the elementary major: art and music. Existing curricula in these fields will be examined; students will be given opportunities to plan and present lessons that meaningfully integrate art and music into other areas of the elementary curriculum.

Science for Elem Children
EDUC.5473.A1
Wood, ShaundaM01:30PM-03:20PM
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[3. Elementary Majors] The nature and purpose of science education are explored. Effective use of minimal time allotted to this discipline at the elementary level is the main focus. One of the primary tasks to be undertaken is the construction of discovery-based learning centres as well as appropriate assessment tools. Students will be given the opportunity to experience the dynamics of constructivist science learning with a special emphasis to cross-curricular extensions including health. Time will be spent exploring student record keeping strategies which compliment a guided inquiry-based approach.

Science for Elem Children
EDUC.5473.B1
Wood, ShaundaW01:30PM-03:20PM
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[3. Elementary Majors] The nature and purpose of science education are explored. Effective use of minimal time allotted to this discipline at the elementary level is the main focus. One of the primary tasks to be undertaken is the construction of discovery-based learning centres as well as appropriate assessment tools. Students will be given the opportunity to experience the dynamics of constructivist science learning with a special emphasis to cross-curricular extensions including health. Time will be spent exploring student record keeping strategies which compliment a guided inquiry-based approach.

Methods in Elem Soc. Stud. Ed.
EDUC.5613.A1
Murray, SharonTH08:30AM-10:20AM
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[3. Elementary Majors] This course focuses on investigating elementary school (K-5) social studies teaching methods. The course intends to help pre-service teachers articulate a conception of social studies education and its goals. The main areas of social studies focus are geography, history, political science, and economics and the social aspects of health education. The course design assumes that all teachers strive to engage students in meaningful experiences that bridge the study of social studies concepts with the community of learners in the classroom.

Methods in Elem Soc. Stud. Ed.
EDUC.5613.B1
Murray, SharonT08:30AM-10:20AM
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[3. Elementary Majors] This course focuses on investigating elementary school (K-5) social studies teaching methods. The course intends to help pre-service teachers articulate a conception of social studies education and its goals. The main areas of social studies focus are geography, history, political science, and economics and the social aspects of health education. The course design assumes that all teachers strive to engage students in meaningful experiences that bridge the study of social studies concepts with the community of learners in the classroom.

Methods in Social Studies
EDUC.5843.A
Murray, SharonT TH01:30PM-03:20PM
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[2. Middle and Secondary Majors and Electives|Social Studies] This course is an introduction to instructional strategies and methods for teaching social studies. The course intends to help pre-service teachers integrate their knowledge of social studies with educational best practices. The areas of social studies focus are geography, history, political science, and economics.

Methods in Sci. Educ - 6-10
EDUC.5863.A
Williams, GrantM W10:30AM-12:20PM
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[2. Middle and Secondary Majors and Electives|Math and Science] This course will focus on the Atlantic Canada Science Curriculum for grades 6 to 10. Through reading, discussion, practice, and reflection, course participants will develop the content mastery and pedagogical skills necessary to facilitate engaging, inquiry-based science lessons of the constructivist learning model for middle level and early high school students. Particular focus will be placed on the use of analogies, simulations and discrepant events in the development of explanatory models. A science background is an asset but is not essential.

Methods in Math Ed. Gr. 6-10
EDUC.5873.A
Williams, GrantT TH06:30PM-08:20PM
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[2. Middle and Secondary Majors and Electives|Math and Science] This course will focus on the provincial mathematics curriculum for grades 6 to 10. Through reading, discussion, practice, and reflection, course participants will develop the content mastery and pedagogical skills necessary to facilitate engaging, student-centered math lessons for middle level and early high school students. Particular emphasis will be placed on the use of manipulatives and various models in the development of problem solving skills. A mathematics background is an asset but is not essential.

Classroom Management
EDUC.5903.E
Hewson, AnneM W10:30AM-12:20PM
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[1. Core Courses|Pedagogical] Research has shown that classroom management strategies have a dramatic impact on the learning environment. Several very different schools of thought regarding classroom management are discussed. Emphasis is placed on course participants developing a personal proactive approach by extracting and merging effective strategies from many sources.

Classroom Management
EDUC.5903.S
Hewson, AnneM W03:30PM-05:20PM
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[1. Core Courses|Pedagogical] Research has shown that classroom management strategies have a dramatic impact on the learning environment. Several very different schools of thought regarding classroom management are discussed. Emphasis is placed on course participants developing a personal proactive approach by extracting and merging effective strategies from many sources.

Law, Ethics and Prof. Conduct
EDUC.5963.A
Williams, RaymondT TH10:30AM-12:20PM
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[1. Core Courses | Professional] This course is an examination of the role of the professional in a public school setting. It involves the study of teaching and the law, professional conduct and ethics, and the teacher's role as a member of a self-regulating profession. Topics addressed will include the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, Canadian Constitution (focus on the Charter of Rights and Freedoms), New Brunswick Education Act & its Policies and Regulations, Family Services Act (pertinent educational sections), and the NBTA Code of Ethics. Students will also collaborate to research a variety of topics in case law.

Law, Ethics and Prof. Conduct
EDUC.5963.B
Williams, RaymondT TH03:30PM-05:20PM
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[1. Core Courses | Professional] This course is an examination of the role of the professional in a public school setting. It involves the study of teaching and the law, professional conduct and ethics, and the teacher's role as a member of a self-regulating profession. Topics addressed will include the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, Canadian Constitution (focus on the Charter of Rights and Freedoms), New Brunswick Education Act & its Policies and Regulations, Family Services Act (pertinent educational sections), and the NBTA Code of Ethics. Students will also collaborate to research a variety of topics in case law.

Integrating Tech in Classroom
EDUC.5973.A
Parks, ScottT TH04:00PM-05:50PM
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[1. Core Courses | Professional] The intent of this course is to develop comprehensive skills, knowledge and understanding of current educational technologies. Opportunities for teams to integrate technology while developing basic technical skills will result in resources for teaching in a particular subject area. Individuals will also develop an electronic portfolio to showcase their professional growth and development.

Integrating Tech in Classroom
EDUC.5973.B
Murray, SharonT TH10:30AM-12:20PM
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[1. Core Courses | Professional] The intent of this course is to develop comprehensive skills, knowledge and understanding of current educational technologies. Opportunities for teams to integrate technology while developing basic technical skills will result in resources for teaching in a particular subject area. Individuals will also develop an electronic portfolio to showcase their professional growth and development.

Exceptional& Differentiated Ed
EDUC.5993.E
Treadwell, ChrisT TH06:30PM-08:20PM
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[1. Core Courses|Pedagogical] The course provides an overview of issues associated with specific student groups, including students with various exceptionalities and or academic abilities. This includes but is not exclusive to students with developmental or learning disabilities (as part of or in addition to an individualized program plan), students who are gifted, English Language learners, and students who are at risk for leaving high school before completion. Through a combination of the study of recent research and an examination of theory and differentiated practice within the New Brunswick school context, the course offers pre-service teacher opportunities to use curriculum-specific perspectives while co-constructing instructional and assessment strategies, for teaching all students.

Exceptional& Differentiated Ed
EDUC.5993.S
Godsoe-Daigle, KarenT TH08:30AM-10:20AM
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[1. Core Courses|Pedagogical] The course provides an overview of issues associated with specific student groups, including students with various exceptionalities and or academic abilities. This includes but is not exclusive to students with developmental or learning disabilities (as part of or in addition to an individualized program plan), students who are gifted, English Language learners, and students who are at risk for leaving high school before completion. Through a combination of the study of recent research and an examination of theory and differentiated practice within the New Brunswick school context, the course offers pre-service teacher opportunities to use curriculum-specific perspectives while co-constructing instructional and assessment strategies, for teaching all students.

Winter Semester 2018

CourseInstrDaysTime
Field Placement
EDUC.5015.A2
Levesque, Leo-James-
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[5. Field Experience] The field placement consists of a minimum of fifteen weeks. There are four days of school visitation and two separate placements in a K-12 school setting. Placement is made by the School of Education in accordance with the policy in the St. Thomas University Calendar and the BEd Field Placement Handbook. All field placements will be conducted in the Province of New Brunswick.

Alternative Schooling Pedagog
EDUC.5113.A
Wood, ShaundaM W10:30AM-12:20PM
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[4. Electives]Participants will explore a range of alternative pedagogies used to teach students in non-traditional schools including long established philosophies such as Waldorf, Montessori and current trends in addressing the learning needs of students who do not attend, have different interests/needs, or who have disengaged with traditional schooling. Topics may include International Baccalaureate, Charter, and Private schools, as well as other alternative educational settings with focus on the sociocultural dimensions of learning that underpin these contexts.

Classroom Management II
EDUC.5123.J
Levesque, Leo-JamesM10:30AM-12:20PM
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[4. Electives] This module introduces pre-service teachers to some of the basic forms, processes and vocabulary used in creative movement and dance education. Readings and discussions will focus on how structured movement experiences can support and enrich learning for students at any age, in a variety of curricular disciplines.

The Professional Learning Comm
EDUC.5143.A
Williams, RaymondT TH08:30AM-10:20AM
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[4. Electives] This course examines schools as learning organizations. It focuses on the philosophical and operational changes essential for the transformation of schools from the traditional bureaucratic paradigm to a learning community approach. Students will analyze case studies to determine how PLC implementation and sustainability are successfully achieved. The final assignment prepares students in the development and delivery of a workshop on professional learning communities for their peers.

Fren. Sec. Lang. Methods: Elem
EDUC.5153.A
Levesque, Leo-JamesM W06:30PM-08:20PM
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[2. Middle and Secondary Majors and Electives|French Second Language] This course presents theories of second language acquisition, current trends in the field of second-language teaching and learning, and their application to the teaching of French in a communicative and interactive approach at the kindergarten to grade eight levels. Students will develop lesson units, engage in peer-teaching, and integrate technology into their teaching. Students will participate in discussion, work with case studies, research issues in second language education using current professional journals and resources. Attention will be given to developing an understanding of the importance of teaching developmentally. Students will learn about the role of age and social/psychological factors in language acquisition, the benefits of early language learning and the characteristics of the elementary school learner. This course aims at providing solid advice, information and guidance to French Second Language teachers so that they may use a wide variety of approaches and techniques designed to involve students actively in language learning and use. Students are required to have a minimum proficiency of Intermediate Plus on the New Brunswick French Oral Proficiency scale to register for this course.

Elem.School Reading&Lang. Arts
EDUC.5413.A2
Ingersoll, MarceaM08:30AM-10:20AM
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[3. Elementary Majors] The course will focus on current approaches to reading and language arts instruction. This includes becoming aware of the influence of theories of reading and literacy. You will begin to lay the groundwork for your own effective language arts practice by designing and developing curriculum resources and materials for use in the classroom. You will be expected to review and utilize the New Brunswick Curriculum English Language Arts documents (found online) and your course notes and required texts in your planning and preparation of lessons and activities for this course. The spotlight is on reading and the processes of writing, listening, thinking and comprehension in the elementary classroom.

Elem.School Reading&Lang. Arts
EDUC.5413.B2
Ingersoll, MarceaW08:30AM-10:20AM
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[3. Elementary Majors] The course will focus on current approaches to reading and language arts instruction. This includes becoming aware of the influence of theories of reading and literacy. You will begin to lay the groundwork for your own effective language arts practice by designing and developing curriculum resources and materials for use in the classroom. You will be expected to review and utilize the New Brunswick Curriculum English Language Arts documents (found online) and your course notes and required texts in your planning and preparation of lessons and activities for this course. The spotlight is on reading and the processes of writing, listening, thinking and comprehension in the elementary classroom.

Elem School Math Mtds
EDUC.5433.A2
Wood, ShaundaM01:30PM-03:20PM
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[3. Elementary Majors] Elementary mathematics is an introduction to the context and strategies of elementary mathematics (K-8). This course does not require a strong mathematics background. The emphasis will be on content as well as on doing mathematics. Students will be encouraged to be involved in problem solving and exploring mathematical concepts by developing ideas from the concrete to the abstract level, and by developing multiple representations of mathematical ideas. Content topics include pre-number concepts, numeration and place value, whole number operations, number theory, and geometry.

Elem School Math Mtds
EDUC.5433.B2
Wood, ShaundaW01:30PM-03:20PM
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[3. Elementary Majors] Elementary mathematics is an introduction to the context and strategies of elementary mathematics (K-8). This course does not require a strong mathematics background. The emphasis will be on content as well as on doing mathematics. Students will be encouraged to be involved in problem solving and exploring mathematical concepts by developing ideas from the concrete to the abstract level, and by developing multiple representations of mathematical ideas. Content topics include pre-number concepts, numeration and place value, whole number operations, number theory, and geometry.

Science for Elem Children
EDUC.5473.A2
Wood, ShaundaT01:30PM-03:20PM
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[3. Elementary Majors] The nature and purpose of science education are explored. Effective use of minimal time allotted to this discipline at the elementary level is the main focus. One of the primary tasks to be undertaken is the construction of discovery-based learning centres as well as appropriate assessment tools. Students will be given the opportunity to experience the dynamics of constructivist science learning with a special emphasis to cross-curricular extensions including health. Time will be spent exploring student record keeping strategies which compliment a guided inquiry-based approach.

Science for Elem Children
EDUC.5473.B2
Wood, ShaundaTH01:30PM-03:20PM
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[3. Elementary Majors] The nature and purpose of science education are explored. Effective use of minimal time allotted to this discipline at the elementary level is the main focus. One of the primary tasks to be undertaken is the construction of discovery-based learning centres as well as appropriate assessment tools. Students will be given the opportunity to experience the dynamics of constructivist science learning with a special emphasis to cross-curricular extensions including health. Time will be spent exploring student record keeping strategies which compliment a guided inquiry-based approach.

Teaching English Second Langua
EDUC.5513.A
Whitehouse-Sheehan, DarleneT TH08:30AM-10:20AM
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[4. Electives] This course offers an exploration of methods and issues related to teaching English as a second language in a variety of contexts (e.g. overseas, mainstream public school instruction, courses for newcomers to Canada, intensive English programmes). It offers students a great under- standing of the structure of the English language. The major focus of the course will be current approaches to language teaching, with an emphasis on communicative, task-based, and con- tent-based methods. Attention will be also be devoted to such Social issues as learner identity and the role of the English in the world.

Teaching English Second Langua
EDUC.5513.B
Whitehouse-Sheehan, DarleneT TH03:30PM-05:20PM
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[4. Electives] This course offers an exploration of methods and issues related to teaching English as a second language in a variety of contexts (e.g. overseas, mainstream public school instruction, courses for newcomers to Canada, intensive English programmes). It offers students a great under- standing of the structure of the English language. The major focus of the course will be current approaches to language teaching, with an emphasis on communicative, task-based, and con- tent-based methods. Attention will be also be devoted to such Social issues as learner identity and the role of the English in the world.

Theatre in Education
EDUC.5523.A
Hewson, AnneT TH06:30PM-08:20PM
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[4. Electives] This course will introduce students to the Theatre in Education (TIE) movement and invite them to explore the use of theatre for educational purposes. Besides reading about and discussing current practices, participants will have the opportunity to produce a performance/workshop on a topic of interest for a select population. The devising will emphasize interactive theatrical strategies for generating and integrating audience input.

Methods in Elem Soc. Stud. Ed.
EDUC.5613.A2
Murray, SharonTH01:30PM-03:20PM
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[3. Elementary Majors] This course focuses on investigating elementary school (K-5) social studies teaching methods. The course intends to help pre-service teachers articulate a conception of social studies education and its goals. The main areas of social studies focus are geography, history, political science, and economics and the social aspects of health education. The course design assumes that all teachers strive to engage students in meaningful experiences that bridge the study of social studies concepts with the community of learners in the classroom.

Methods in Elem Soc. Stud. Ed.
EDUC.5613.B2
Murray, SharonT01:30PM-03:20PM
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[3. Elementary Majors] This course focuses on investigating elementary school (K-5) social studies teaching methods. The course intends to help pre-service teachers articulate a conception of social studies education and its goals. The main areas of social studies focus are geography, history, political science, and economics and the social aspects of health education. The course design assumes that all teachers strive to engage students in meaningful experiences that bridge the study of social studies concepts with the community of learners in the classroom.

Methods in Teaching History
EDUC.5633.A
Murray, SharonT TH10:30AM-12:20PM
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[2. Middle and Secondary Majors and Electives|Social Studies] Methods and strategies of teaching history at the secondary level are the focus of the course. A strong emphasis is on awareness of the place of history teaching in the curriculum. Course participants explore and develop a variety of active learning activities. A history background or broad historical knowledge is an asset.

Secondary English Mtds
EDUC.5813.A
Ingersoll, MarceaM W01:30PM-03:20PM
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[2. Middle and Secondary Majors and Electives|Language Arts] The Secondary English methods course exposes pre-service teachers to the elements that support current methods of teaching literature to middle and high school students (2011). The course text provides a framework for examining methods based on a social constructivist premise. The course will also expose pre-service teachers to recent adolescent literature. Learning outcomes in the course include: designing and participating in book club discussions, developing units of literature instruction, writing about assessment and evaluation for the secondary English classroom, understanding curriculum outcomes for secondary English lessons and other topics that we encounter during the course. Students in the course will be asked to consider what they value in literature instruction, what they believe about individual differences, how the reading abilities' of their students affects their teaching, planning and assessment. Subsequently students in the course will consider and design planning models for effective instruction.

Teaching Sec. Math & Science
EDUC.5833.A
Williams, GrantM W03:30PM-05:20PM
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[2. Middle and Secondary Majors and Electives|Math and Science] Course participants will develop the content mastery and pedagogical skills necessary to facilitate engaging, inquiry-based math and science lessons for high school students. By examining various math and science education resources, developing and practicing lesson presentations, and reflecting on learning through discussion and writing, the course participants will gain a greater level of mathematics and science content knowledge and a wider array of teaching strategies for the topics in high school math and science. This course is primarily intended for Math and/or Science majors.

Measurement and Evaluation
EDUC.5913.E
Buggie, WilliamT TH10:30AM-12:20PM
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[1. Core Courses|Pedagogical] This course examines the connections between achievement assessment and classroom instruction. Topics will include: major types of assessment methods, validity and reliability in assessment planning, norm and criterion referenced assessment and standardized testing.

Measurement and Evaluation
EDUC.5913.S
Buggie, WilliamM W08:30AM-10:20AM
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[1. Core Courses|Pedagogical] This course examines the connections between achievement assessment and classroom instruction. Topics will include: major types of assessment methods, validity and reliability in assessment planning, norm and criterion referenced assessment and standardized testing.

Educational Psyc. I
EDUC.5953.A
Williams, RaymondM W03:30PM-05:20PM
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[1. Core Courses|Pedagogical] This course explores the major theoretical principles upon which education for children and adults may be based. It also examines the notion of 'normative' characteristics of learners as well as current trends in the application of theory to classroom situations.

Educational Psyc. I
EDUC.5953.B
Williams, RaymondT TH03:30PM-05:20PM
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[1. Core Courses|Pedagogical] This course explores the major theoretical principles upon which education for children and adults may be based. It also examines the notion of 'normative' characteristics of learners as well as current trends in the application of theory to classroom situations.

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