Education

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EDUC 108 College Reading Strategies 3.00 School of Int Stud & Education
A performance-based course providing intensive, direct instruction leading to rapid improvement in the reading and study strategies needed for college and career success.

Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours – Course Credits: 3-0-3

EDUC 306 Serv Spec Needs 3.00 School of Int Stud & Education
Prospective teachers focus on the growing diversity of student population in contemporary elementary and secondary schools. Consideration is given to servicing special needs of students from minority families; students with handicapping conditions; those who are identified as gifted and talented; home and community factors are studied in order to foster the health, learning, appropriate behavior and independence of all students in a supportive, respectful and least restrictive environment. Particular emphasis is placed on developing open-mindedness, eliminating prejudicial bias as well as addressing targeted students' strengths and needs. Principles of nonsexist and collaborative education will be explored.

Classroom Hours - Laboratory and/or Studio Hours – Course Credits: 3-0-3

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EDUC 374 Curr Artic Multi 3.00 School of Int Stud & Education


Prerequisite Course(s): Prerequisite: EDUC 201, EDUC 203, EDUC 211, EDUC 212, and PSYC 220

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EDUC 463 Occ Prof Dev Sem 3.00 School of Int Stud & Education


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EDUC 489 Sem Student Tchn 3.00 School of Int Stud & Education


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EDUC 490 Supv Student Tch 6.00 School of Int Stud & Education


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EDUC 494 Supv Student Tch 3.00 School of Int Stud & Education


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