This is a research-based course involving applications of media techniques to facilitate learning. Media presentations are planned and implemented using practical and theoretical considerations about learning characteristics, exceptionalities, and cultural differences. Various projection techniques as well as microcomputer application are utilized.
An introduction to educational research procedures, including formulation of research problems, research designs, data collections, and analysis of data.
This course introduces teacher candidates to educational psychology as a research oriented discipline and a science of practical application.
A seminar designed to investigate the characteristics of the at-risk student, the teaching strategies utilized to meet the needs of the at-risk student in the classroom, and the national and state laws concerning students with exceptionalities.
This course examines the study of education and various social groups, including the effects of various societies and educational systems. It also examines the legal factors that must be considered in the educational process.
A seminar to examine research for sources and types of models available for managing the classroom. Development of classroom management skills and systems by applying human development, learning, teaching, and communication principles. This class will review the research and professional literature on classroom management. It includes a practicum involving field experiences in the public school.