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Education Courses

EDU-308  TEACHING CHILDREN TO READ (3)

The reading process, instructional principles, word recognition, vocabulary and understanding, and teaching reading to students for whom English is a second language.

EDU-408  INTRODUCTION TO TEACHING  (3)

This course is designed to develop in the student a thorough understanding of education philosophy, exploring both the Christian philosophy and secular humanism.

EDU-414  SPECIAL EDUCATION (3)

Presents a comprehensive, current survey of professional research, practice, and trends in special education.

EDU-418  SPECIAL ED IN GENERAL CLASSROOM (3)

It is designed to prepare the professional educator to effectively teach the range of students found in the typical elementary or secondary classroom. The course provides information about four groups of students with special needs: students with disabilities, gifted and talented learners, culturally and linguistically diverse individuals, and students at risk for school failure.

EDU-419 EFFECTIVE CLASSROOM COMMUNICATION (3)

How to be heard and how to listen to others in a classroom setting

EDU-420  TEACHING ELEM & MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH (3)

Discusses the new standards and clearly develops four key aspects of teaching mathematics: the nature of mathematics as a science of pattern and order; an understanding of how children learn mathematics; a problem solving view of teaching mathematics; and specific methods for integrating assessment with instruction

EDU-421 TEACHING SCIENCE (3)

Addresses teaching topics such as life, physical, and Earth and space science lessons, and integrate concepts such as science as inquiry, technology, personal and social perspectives, and the history and nature of science. Also gives advice on teaching strategies, classroom management, and supplies

EDU-621 CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT  (3)

The study of the principles of effective curriculum construction with special attention given to major and minor independent publishing houses.

EDU-525  PRACTICUM IN EDUCATION (3)

Participation in an in-depth exposure to the practical aspects of Christian education by the student. Student interaction and involvement in ministry experience. All participation is guided and reviewed by qualified church leaders. Period of not less than 45 hours.

EDU-603 LEADERSHIP FOR EXCELLENCE IN SCHOOL (3)

Addresses school leadership from the perspective that leadership in schools is a complex, multifaceted task that requires continual learning and that effective school leaders must be strong educators focused on the central issues of learning, teaching, and school improvement.

EDU-604 EDUCATIONAL GOVERNANCE & ADMIN (3)

Discusses balancing the tensions between local, state, and federal levels. A comprehensive discussion of the financial and legal problems that serve as a background for issues.

EDU-690  THESIS (3)

The student will develop and compile an original work demonstrating ability to add to the body of knowledge in his field for presentation to, and acceptance by the university.

EDU-  EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY  (3)

 

 

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