Adolescence Education

For a list of required additional general education courses and those that are highly-recommended, refer to programs for adolescence and adolescence/special education.
The 31 credits required are as follows:

Phase I: Apprentice semester (13 credits)

EDU 3290

Strategies for All Learners in the Diverse Classroom

3

EDU 3300

Field Experience in a School Setting

0

EDU 3600

Foundations of Education for Regular and Special Education Teachers

3

EDU 3610

Law and Professionalism in Inclusive Settings

1

EDU 3650

Critical Examination of Issues in Education

3

Phase II: Pre-Professional semester (9 credits). Adolescence program candidates will take the methodology course to sharpen skills in their content area (EDU 3460 or 3140 or 3150 or 3160 or 3190) depending on major. It is also expected that teacher candidates will be completing the required courses in their major department during this semester. Twelve credits are required to maintain full-time status.

EDU 3460

Methods and Techniques of Teaching Science for Adolescent Students

3

EDU 3140

Methods and Techniques of Teaching Mathematics for Adolescent Students

3

EDU 3150

Methods and Techniques of Teaching Spanish for Adolescent Students

3

EDU 3160

Methods and Techniques of Teaching Social Studies for Adolescent Students

3

EDU 3190

Methods and Techniques of Teaching English for Adolescent Students

3

EDU 3660

Principles and Techniques of Teaching Adolescent Students

3

Phase III: Professional semester (9 credits).
Note: In order to maintain full-time status, teacher candidates must take an additional 3 credit course. Most content area departments require a 1-3 credit capstone or senior seminar. Twelve credits are required to maintain full-time status.

EDU 4850

Adolescence Student Teaching

8

EDU 4900

Student Teacher Seminar

1

 

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