Education: Required Subjects

EDUCATION TRACK
First semester Second semester
 
ED 134  EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
This course is a study of human learning, development, and motivation. Focus is on translating learning theories, concepts, and principles into applications for any teaching learning situation.
 
 
ED 33  PRINCIPLES AND METHODS OF TEACHING
This course introduces the different techniques of teaching in different subject areas, preparation of lessons, the use of instructional materials and media, and classroom management. The course is designed to help prospective teachers explore and reflect on the process of becoming an effective teacher.
 
 
ED 140. 2  PRACTICE TEACHING
This is a practice course designed to familiarize students with the guidelines and principles of teaching. Students work with a teacher in the classroom to familiarize themselves with different teacher roles and school and classroom routine.
 
 
ED 135 CLASSROOM ASSESSMENT
This course is an introduction to assessment principles that specifically relate to instruction. Students develop skills in constructing classroom tests and assessments that measure a variety of learning outcomes and gain competence in administering and interpreting test results. 
 
 
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ED 136 FUNDAMENTALS OF EDUCATION
This course is a study of the basic theories, principles, and concepts in education. Students are given a frame of reference for understanding current issues and problems in the field of education.