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ELED 132: II:CHILD GROWTH AND DV
This course presents the development of the child from conception through pre-adolescence, interaction between heredity and environment, parent-child relations, development and stabilization of the personality, attitudes toward self and others—physical, social, emotional, and cog...
Professors: WHITEHEAD, A
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ELED 264: PRIN&PRACT OF TEACHING
This course advances the ESU Educators: Reflective and Deliberate Decision-Makers conceptual framework. This course explores current research and practice related to the learner and the learning environment, the teaching and learning process, content, and professionalism includin...
Professors: KELLOW, M
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ELED 290: ST:URBAN SEMINAR-PHIL
Courses designed to meet specific needs of groups of students or offered on a trial basis in order to determine the demand for and the value of introducing them as a part of the university curriculum.
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ELED 311: ART CHILDHOOD EDUC
This course examines the unique role of the visual arts and art standards in education, learning and development. Weekly field experiences in a Professional Development School will emphasize the course content and instructional theories to teaching. Artistic literacy and behavior...
Professors: NAREY, M; PINCIOTTI, P
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ELED 342: LANGUAGE ARTS CHILD ED
This course is designed to familiarize students with the theoretical constructs, standards, and the methods and materials for teaching language arts in the elementary school. Through hands-on experiences students will explore ways to effectively plan, assess and implement languag...
Professors: KELLOW, M; ROGERS, LK; SWITZER, S
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ELED 342: Language Arts in Childhood Education
This course is designed to familiarize students with the theoretical constructs, standards, and the methods and materials for teaching language arts in the elementary school. Through hands-on experiences students will explore ways to effectively plan, assess and implement languag...
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ELED 343: MATHEMATICS CHILD EDUC
This course places emphasis on how theory and research shape practice in mathematics education. Additional emphasis will be placed on a variety of teaching techniques and assessment methods and how they can be integrated in a mathematics program. Course participants will also bec...
Professors: WILSON, C; WILSON, CA
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ELED 344: SCIENCE CHILDHOOD EDUC
This course engages students in developing their understandings of concepts, standards, methods, and materials for teaching science in elementary schools. The primary focus is on the use of inquiry and activity-based methods. Weekly field experience in a Professional Development ...
Professors: ADAMS, C; RUTTER, AL
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ELED 345: SOCIAL STUDIES CHLD ED
This course engages students in the use of standards, methods, and materials for teaching social studies in the elementary school. Weekly field experiences in a Professional Development School will emphasize the application of course content and instructional theories to teaching...
Professors: BENSON, ML; ROGERS, LK
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ELED 346: CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
This course studies the great variety of literature available for children and the literary materials of more recent times, which have been written expressly for children. The course offers varied ways to get children interested in books for their appropriate reading levels and i...
Professors: BENSON, ML; KELBERMAN, P; KELBERMAN, PM; (more)
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