Academic Catalog 2014.2015 - page 116

The Master’s College 2014-2015 Catalog
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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS
include HU312 Disciplinary Connections. Students
select nine (9) additional units from one of the
following list of concentrations:
Communication
Computer Concepts and Applications
English
Foreign Language – Spanish
History - United States
History - World
Intercultural
Israel
Mathematics
Music
Physical Education
Political Studies
Science
Visual and Performing Arts
Writing
Other concentrations may be considered by the
department that enhance subject preparation
for elementary education
Course Offerings in
Teacher Education
ED101 Freshman Integration Seminar (2)
The Freshman Integration Seminar links the content
of college coursework in the Liberal Studies-teacher
education major to teaching competencies.
ED202 Sophomore Integration Seminar (2)
The Sophomore Integration Seminar links the content
of college coursework in the Liberal Studies-teacher
education major to teaching competencies. It examines
characteristics of K-8 students and links them to
developmentally appropriate teaching strategies. Included
are six (6) hours of planned, structured experiences in
K-8 classrooms.
ED210 Classroom Participation (1,3)
A pre-professional course intended to give the prospective
teacher experience as a teacher aide in the classroom. The
student selects two schools in which to serve for a total of
10 hours per unit. Recommended for students uncertain
about entering either elementary or secondary education
professions.
ED301 Junior Integration Seminar (2)
The Junior Integration Seminar links the content of college
coursework in the Liberal Studies-teacher education major
to teaching competencies. It introduces students to cultural
and linguistic factors that must influence decisions about
teaching and classroom management.
ED400 Foundations of Education (3)
A course designed to introduce student to processes
in today’s elementary and secondary classrooms.
Includes the study of underlying philosophical bases;
and introduction to the California State Teaching
Performance Expectations; learning about students,
establishing academic learning goals, planning
instruction, designing instructional strategies, assessing
student learning; and maintaining an effective
learning environment. Requires twelve (12) hours of
observation and participation in the classroom. Seniors
Only (Course Fee $15)
ED402 Senior Integration Seminar in Liberal
Studies (3)
The Senior Integration Seminar assists the student
in integrating the content and skills taught in the
various major courses. It requires the integration of
biblical world view principles into the disciplines. It
also links the content of college coursework in the
Liberal Studies-teacher education major to teaching
competencies. The student is prepared for the
summative assessments for graduation and also for
the subject matter program of the multiple subject
credential.
ED410 Technology Uses in Education (3)
An in-depth, hands-on study of how current
technologies are used in the elementary and secondary
school classroom. Topics discussed include Computer
Assisted Testing, Computer Managed Instruction,
Web site management, and communication with
various technologies. Class meets the state technology
preliminary credential requirement. (Course fee $20)
ED420 Principles of Secondary Education (3)
A course designed to give students an introduction to
secondary education. Includes an examination of the
structure and organization of the secondary school
program, the multicultural environment, characteristics
of adolescent learners, and teaching performance
expectations. Requires six (6) hours of classroom
observation in local public junior/senior high schools.
Prerequisite for entry into the TMC credential program
for single subject credential candidates.
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