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  • Dr. Oliver Johnson
    Clinical Social Work and a member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers Dr Johnson has served as an adjunct lecturer at The University of Michigan School of Social Work Ashland Theological Seminary Pastoral Counseling Program and in the Family Life Education Program at Spring Arbor University Dr Johnson s research interests continues to center around the development and utilization of evidence based modalities for use with severely traumatized African American adolescents and families as well as the development of empirically grounded approaches for capturing the essence of spirituality as a primary coping paradigm among particularly vulnerable families of color He is also interested in the process by which African American families become adversely affected by addictive behavioral disorders Teaching Courses SWRK 330 Human Behavior and the Social Environment SWRK 540 Social Work Intervention with Individuals and Families SWRK 630 Assessment of Mental Disorders SWRK 625 Chemical Dependent Families Publications Johnson O Johnson Imani Nia 2013 Special Issue Social Behavioral Health in the Military Responding to the Needs of Soldiers and their Families in the Post 9 11 Environment Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment Vol 23 No 6 Johnson O Whitfield J Grohe B 2011 Improving Social Work Student s Information Literacy Skills A Faculty Librarian Collaboration Journal on Excellence in College Teaching Vol 22 No 3 Johnson O Bowie S Hall J C 2011 Intergrating Diversity into Graduate Social Work Education A 30 Year Retrospective View by MSW Level African American Social Workers In Press Journal of Black Studies Johnson O and Allen V 2010 African American Male Stress Best Practices for Asssessment and Intervention Based on a Qualitative Analysis of Selected Survey Responses Journal of Best Practices Vol 3 No 1 Johnson O Harvey A R McCollough Chavis A Carter Woods T 2010 Evidence Based

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  • Faculty Spotlights
    Gateway Cities Innovation Institute GCII and the Rennie Center for Education Research Policy Dr Eley is one of fifteen scholars selected from a national search and is the only faculty member from an HBCU selected Senior Research Fellows and district teams will participate in a range of activities that will be designed to support the college and career readiness projects The MICCR is designed to promote the use of education research in the design implementation and evaluation of policies and programs to enhance student s post secondary education and workforce readiness skills The MICCR will promote working alliances between researchers and policymakers in the use and interpretation of data and evidence to guide decision making and student outcomes The partnerships fostered through the MICCR will work to improve education outcomes and to better prepare Massachusetts s students for higher education and future careers The MICCR will provide policymakers a place to learn what works from researchers in the field before enacting specific reforms The overarching goal of the MICCR is to strengthen reform efforts in high need communities with histories of poor school performance http www bu edu sed 2014 05 19 miccr to be established with 1m ies grant

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  • About the Department
    content subject matter connections with diverse learners within their cultural and global contexts balancing teaching practices and complex learning behavioral environments reflecting behavior on an ongoing basis and engaging in professional development activities that ehance teachers as continous learners The principal goal of the Department of Middle Grades Secondary and Specialized Subjects is to provide quality education for prospective facilitators of learning in middle grades secondary and specialized subjects In keeping with this principal goal the department offers programs leading to the Bachelors of Science degree in Middle Grades 6 9 post baccalaureate licensure in Middle Grades 6 9 Secondary 9 12 and Special Education Master of Education degrees in Middle Grades 6 9 Special Education K 12 and Secondary Education 9 12 and the Master of Arts in Teaching degress in Middle Grades 6 9 Special Education General Curriculum and Secondary Education 9 12 We invite you to explore our website if you have any further questions please feel free to contact me at ksmith uncfsu edu Mission The primary goal of the Department of Middle Grades Secondary and Specialized Subjects is to offer quality programs leading to the Bachelor of Science degree the Master of Education degree and

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/mgss/about-the-department (2016-02-17)
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  • Degree Programs
    Licensure in Art Education Licensure in Health and Physical Education Licensure in Middle Grades Education 6 9 Language Arts Concentration Licensure in Middle Grades Education 6 9 Mathematics Concentration Licensure in Middle Grades Education 6 9 Science Concentration Licensure in Middle Grades Education 6 9 Social Studies Concentration Licensure in Music Education K 12 Licensure in Secondary Education 9 12 Biology Specialty Area Licensure in Secondary Education 9 12 English Specialty Area Licensure in Secondary Education 9 12 Mathematics Specialty Area Licensure in Secondary Education 9 12 Sociology Specialty Area Licensure in Special Education Initial A Level License Offered Degrees MAT in Middle Grades Education 6 9 Science Specialty Area Thesis Option MAT in Middle Grades Education 6 9 Language Arts Specialty Area Project Portfolio Option MAT in Middle Grades Education 6 9 Language Arts Specialty Area Thesis Option MAT in Middle Grades Education 6 9 Mathematics Specialty Area Project Portfolio Option MAT in Middle Grades Education 6 9 Mathematics Specialty Area Thesis Option MAT in Middle Grades Education 6 9 Science Specialty Area Project Portfolio Option ME in Middle Grades 6 9 Science Concentration Thesis Option ME in Middle Grades 6 9 Language Arts Concentration Project Portfolio Option ME in Middle Grades 6 9 Language Arts Concentration Thesis Option ME in Middle Grades 6 9 Mathematics Concentration Project Portfolio Option ME in Middle Grades 6 9 Mathematics Concentration Thesis Option ME in Middle Grades 6 9 Science Concentration Project Portfolio Option MAT in Secondary Education 9 12 Biology Specialty Area Project Portfolio Option MAT in Secondary Education 9 12 Biology Specialty Area Thesis Option MAT in Secondary Education 9 12 Mathematics Specialty Area Project Portfolio Option MAT in Secondary Education 9 12 Mathematics Specialty Area Thesis Option MAT in Secondary Education 9 12 Sociology Specialty Area Project Portfolio Option

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  • Syllabi
    Learning and Collaborative Leadership EDUC 690 Applied Research in Education EDUC 697 Advanced Applied Products of Learning Internship EDUC 698 Advanced Applied Products of Learning ELEM 530 Remediation of Math Difficulties ELEM 652 Sel Top in Biol Sci Elementary Teachers GEOG 311 Introduction to Geology HEED 112 Health Wellness HEED 212 Health Promotion Wellness HEED 300 Human Sexuality HEED 301 Drug Education HEED 310 Mental and Emotional Health HEED 372 First Aid Safety HEED 410 Introduction to Epidemiology HEED 411 Public Health Problems PEDU 101 Swimming Co ed PEDU 107 Weight Training PEDU 120 Tennis Badminton PEDU 122 Volleyball PEDU 140 Conditioning Exercise PEDU 201 Swimming II PEDU 204 Methods and Materials in Individual Dual Sports PEDU 361 Sport Officiating PEDU 450 Physiology of Exercise Kinesiology READ 300 New Literaies of 21st Century READ 422 Teach Reading Clt Diverse Child SPED 320 Education of the Exceptional Child SPED 410 Classroom Management Strategies for Exceptional Children SPED 415 Read Skills Student Disability SPED 418 Math Write Skills Student Disabilities SPED 460 Diagnosis and Evaluation of Exceptional Children SPED 465 Meeting the Instructional Needs of Students with Disabilities SPED 470 Student Teaching in Exceptional Education SPED 480 Seminar II Exceptional Student Field Experience SPED 515 Teach Reading to Students with Disabilties SPED 580 Advanced Management of Learning Environments SPED 698 Advanced Applied Product of Learning Spring 2014 EDMG 400 The Middle School EDMG 470 Student Teaching in Middle Grades EDUC 210 Technology Application for Teachers EDUC 211 Lab Experiences in Area School EDUC 311 Foundations of Multicultural Education Diversity EDUC 421 Principles of Secondary Education EDUC 450 Classroom Management EDUC 480 Student Teaching in Secondary Schools MATH EDUC 490 Professional Education Seminar EDUC 610 Planning Implementing for Div Learn EDUC 615 Technique of Teaching in High Schools EDUC 641 Adv Stud in

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  • Student Resources
    Services Police and Public Safety Student Organizations Student Support Services School of Education Academic Advisement and Retention Center School of Education Specific Resources Office of School Services Early Childhood Learning Center Curriculum Learning Resource Laboratory Office of Teacher Education University School Teacher Education Partnership U STEP Of Interest Lesson Plan Format Lesson Plan Instructions Writing Behavioral Objectives Student Complaint Form Field Experience Manual 2011 Copyright Fayetteville State University 1200 Murchison

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  • Important Student Information
    Health and Physical Education BS in Middle Grades Education BS in Secondary Eduation MAT in Middle Grades Education MAT in Secondary Education MED in Middle Grades Education MED in Secondary Education MAT in Special Education MED in Special Education Post Baccalaureate Initial Licensure ONLY Program in Special Education Student Teachers Did You Know That Sheet Forgivable Education Loans for Service Copyright Fayetteville State University 1200 Murchison Road Fayetteville NC 28301

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  • Student Spotlights
    2014 FSU MSSS Students and Alumni Serve as STEM Fellows for the Chevron STEM ZONE Exhibit at the Men s and Women s US Open in Pinehurst NC Fayetteville State University students and alumni from the Department of Middle Grades Secondary and Specialized Subjects along with one Johnson C Smith University and two North Carolina A T University students served as STEM Fellows for the Chevron STEM ZONE Exhibit at the Men s and Women s US Open Championships in Pinehurst NC from June 9 22 2014 The STEM ZONE is a unique hands on and interactive warehouse style environment built to inspire K 12 students to inquire about the science of sporting events The design is intended to feel like a cross between a room in Hogwarts and a den in the Matrix The STEM ZONE features learning stations where the public and students of all ages can learn about the science within sports These included broadcast technology agronomy Bernoulli s Principle reaction time and thermal imaging as well as several other engaging and educational stations The following students served as STEM Fellows Eric Kibler Team Leader FSU 14 Paretta Hall Johnson FSU Rico Mitchell FSU 14 Lorne Whitehead Jr FSU Paul Murray FSU Nicole Pratt FSU Emily Richards FSU 14 Gabrielle Alexander Lee FSU 13 Davit Gooseby FSU 14 Dawn Stock FSU 14 Darius Marsh FSU 11 Ashley Wlezen FSU 14 Jacob Richards FSU Tyhron Leak NC A T Jocquez McFayden Johnson C Smith Miayah Guinn NC A T Spring 2015 Strong Scholarship Recipient Congratulations to Ms Cartinia Bivens for being selected as a Spring 2015 Strong Foundation Scholarship recipient The Strong Foundation Scholarship supports undergraduate teacher education candidates who have exhibited outstanding success and enthusiasm in field experience prior to the final year of the program or

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