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ARE 4250 Art for Exceptionalities
Concepts, principles, and methods of integrating art processes into the education of students with physical, emotional, and mental disabilities.
ARE 4313 Art in the Elementary School
Basic principles, purposes, scope and sequence; organization for instruction; evaluation of activities; selected art experiences.
ARE 4351 Teaching Art in the Elementary School
Transition from university art studio practices to public school teaching of art. Organizing, designing and analyzing art experiences, activities and classroom environments for the elementary school classroom.
ARE 4352 Teaching Art in the Secondary School
Transition from university art studio practices to High School Teaching of art. Organizing, designing and analyzing art experiences and activities appropriate for junior high and high school children. Examination of teaching methodology relative to the high school and junior high school settings.
ARE 4356 Teaching Art Appreciation & Criticism in the Classroom
An examination of art appreciation programs and concepts toward planning curriculum for the study of art history, popular art, art criticism, and aesthetics for specific educational settings.
ARE 4453 Studio Experiences in Art Education
Materials available for instruction in public schools will be explored in depth in relation to their appropriateness and productive qualities. May be repeated for credit.
ART 2160C Metals, Woods, Leathers and Stones
Processes and techniques of production.
EDE 3942 Internship I
Student teaching assignment in an elementary school under the supervision of a certified classroom teacher.
EDE 4223 Integrated Arts and Movement in the Elementary School
Provides the prospective teacher with knowledge, skills, and dispositions to integrate arts and movement into the education of elementary school children.
EDE 4943 Internship II (Elementary)
Student teaching in an elementary school under the supervision of a certified classroom teacher. Scheduled concurrent seminars.
EDE 4945 Internship II Seminar
Culminating seminar emphasizing current classroom management and assessment issues as they relate to teaching in the elementary grades.
EDF 2005 Introduction to the Teaching Profession
A survey course including an orientation to education careers, ethics, and the historical, philosophical and sociological foundations of education. This course has a field component.
EDF 2007 Introduction to Substitute Teaching
Social and legal factors related to PK-12 teaching, including school safety, ethics, legal aspects, and roles and responsibilities of substitute teachers
EDF 2085 Introduction to Diversity for Educators
An introduction to cultural factors and their impact on education and life changes. Explores stereotyping, prejudice and changing classroom demographics. Includes directed field experience.
EDF 2130 Child and Adolescent Development for Educators
Critical examination of developmental stages and characteristics of individuals from infancy through adolescence with application to learners in educational settings.
EDF 2250 Classroom Management for Substitute Teachers
Instructional and classroom management strategies to optimize student learning and maximize the effectiveness of substitute teachers.
EDF 2720 Children in Schools: Legal, Ethical and Safety Concerns
The role of education in children’s lives through the analysis of legal, ethical and safety concerns
EDF 3601 Professional Ethics in Education
Pedagogical knowledge, awareness of educational process and the analytical skills necessary for responsible public involvement in educational policy making.
EDF 4467 Learning Theory and Assessment
Application of learning theory and assessment principles to classroom teaching situations. Fifteen hour in-school experience required.
EDF 4603Analysis and Application of Ethical, Legal, and Safety Issues in Schools
Critical analysis of contemporary educational issues, including ethical, safety, legal, cultural, and linguistic considerations which directly impact schooling in a democracy.
EDF 4603H HON Analysis and Application of Ethical, Legal and Safety Issues in Schools:
PR: Consent of Honors.
Critical analysis of contemporary educational issues, including ethical, safety, legal, cultural, and linguistic considerations which directly impact schooling in a democracy with Honors content.
EDG 2311Teaching Strategies for Substitute Teachers
Planning, adapting and implementing effective instructional practices and assessing student performance in K-12 settings with diverse populations
EDG 4410Teaching Strategies and Classroom Management
Instructional, organizational and classroom management strategies to create effective learning environments. Fifteen hour in-school experience required
EDG 4948Service Learning
Involvement with community agencies and/or schools to gain a new perspective about the central Florida community. May be repeated for credit.
EDG 4945Developing Int’l Education Perspectives: Field Experiences in European Schools
A guided field experience for students participating in a study abroad program in Europe. Students
gain insights into global and local education issues through in-school experiences
EME 2040 Introduction to Technology for Educators
Introduction to technology for educators, including classroom management tools, multimedia, communication networks, interactivity, educational software and legal, ethical and social issues.
ESE 3940 Internship I – Secondary
Student teaching in a secondary school under the supervision of a certified classroom teacher.
ESE 4942 Internship II Seminar
Culminating seminar emphasizing current classroom management and assessment issues, as they relate to teaching in the secondary grades.
ESE 4943 Internship II - Secondary
Student teaching in a secondary school under the direction of a certified classroom teacher.
FLE 4314 Foreign Language Teaching in Elementary Schools
Methods of planning and teaching foreign languages in the elementary school. The emphasis is on teaching communicatively and on integrating culture in the K-6 classroom.
FLE 4333 Foreign Language Teaching in the Secondary School
Methods of teaching foreign languages at the secondary level within a communicative framework. Current instructional techniques in listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills, testing, error correction.
HLP 2701 Peer Education Training
Strategies for teaching life skills and health education information for secondary students and college age peers.
HLP 4722 Teaching Elementary School Health and Physical Education
Organization, practice, and conduct of health (including drug abuse) and physical education programs in the elementary school.
LAE 3414Literature for Children
Criteria for analysis and evaluation of children’s literature in terms of interests, needs, and abilities of children.
LAE 4314 Language Arts in the Elementary School
Content, principles, materials, and techniques involved in teaching, speaking, listening, writing, and spelling in the elementary school; organizing for instruction.
LAE 4342 Programs in Teaching Language and Composition
Special programs, strategies and materials for middle and secondary English Language Arts majors. Emphasis on individual needs of students.
LAE 4360 English Instructional Analysis
Course objectives for a school curriculum and methods and materials which have special application for teaching English at the middle grades and high school.
LAE 4464 Survey of Adolescent Literature
This course is designed to explore adolescent/young adult literature from an educational and historical perspective.
MAE 2801 Elementary School Mathematics
Mathematics appropriate for the elementary school including the six basic sets of numbers, concepts, learning sequences, algorithms, problem-solving techniques, error patterns, number systems, and geometry.
MAE 4326 How Children Learn Mathematics
Instructional strategies, learning activities, the use of manipulatives, lesson planning, evaluation of mathematical learning, and diagnostic techniques.
MAE 4360 Mathematics Instructional Analysis
Study of course objectives for the middle grades and high school curriculum and survey of methods and materials which have special application for teaching mathematics.
MAE 4634 Programs in Teaching of Mathematics
A consideration of special programs, strategies, and materials. Emphasis on individual needs of students.
RED 3012 Basic Foundations of Reading
Principles, procedures, and current practices for teaching reading. Specific techniques and materials for word identification, content reading and comprehension.
RED 3310 Early Reading, Writing and Language Arts
Emergent reading/writing processes during preschool, kindergarten, and first grade; methods for implementing integrated language arts curriculum; guiding developmental early childhood language experiences.
RED 4043 Content Reading in Kindergarten through Grade 12
Content literacy in the K-12 school curriculum; Principles, strategies, assessment, and promising practices.
RED 4311 Primary Reading, Writing, and Language Arts Curriculum and Assessment
Methodologies for teaching and assessing young children in reading, writing, and language arts in the elementary grades.
RED 4519 Diagnostic and Corrective Reading Strategies
An investigation of the needs of individual learners in reading instruction. Organization and techniques for promoting optimum reading growth. Concurrent school experiences required.
RED 4942 Practicum for Assessment and Instruction of Reading
Practicum that provides opportunity to apply knowledge of reading assessment and instruction in order to increase reading proficiency of struggling readers. Concurrent school experience required.
SCE 3310 Teaching Science in Elementary
Selected concepts; organizing for instruction; techniques; evaluation procedures.
SCE 4360 Science Instructional Analysis
Course objectives for a school curriculum and methods and materials for the middle grades and high school.
SCE 4361 Programs in Teaching Science
Special programs, strategies, and materials for middle and secondary school science education majors.
SLS 1501 Strategies for Success in College
Development of life-skills necessary for the contemporary student to appropriately adjust to college requirements that lead to self-mastery and the total concept of lifetime wellness.
SLS 2715 Peer Educator Leadership
Training peer educators in helping strategies applicable to their peer leadership positions.
SSE 3312 Teaching Social Science in the Elementary School
Selected themes, problems, and concepts; organizing for instruction; techniques; evaluation procedures.
SSE 4361 Social Science Instructional Analysis
Analysis of secondary (grades 6-12) social science instructional programs including development of objectives, materials, processes, and assessment procedures in light of current research and practice.
SSE 4936 Programs in Teaching Social Science
Special programs, strategies, and materials for middle and secondary social science majors.
TSL 4080 Theory and Practice of Teaching ESOL Students in Schools
Focuses on methods of teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), ESOL curriculum and materials, cross-cultural understanding, applied linguistics in second language teaching, and test and evaluation of ESOL.