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  • Art Education | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    bring about a foundation for understanding the impact that the arts has had on the evolution of the human experience how it relates to the growth of various civilizations and cultures around the world reflecting societal development as well as its application to the 21st century culture and diversity in an ever shrinking global environment The Art Education program is a comprehensive 54 credit broad area major preparing students in visual art and design for a K 12 license to teach art in public schools Course List Descriptions Art Education Degree Program 58 59 credits art portion of degree All classes are 3 credits unless otherwise specified Core Requirements 26 27 credits ART 121 Design Foundation ART 122 3D Design Foundation ART 131 Drawing I ART 132 Drawing II ART 211 Western Art to 1500 ART 212 Art History Since 1500 ART 485 Art Seminar Addition Art History Course 2 3 Credits Select at least 2 credits from the following Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits ART 308 History of Design ART PHIL 310 Philosophy and History of Visual Art ART 321 Gender and Art ART 392 Pre Columbian Art History ART 389 Special Topics 1 3 cr Introductory Courses 18 credits Select at least 18 credits from the following Indicates a repeatable course used to accumulate credits ART 225 Advertising Design I ART 226 Introduction to Fibers ART 227 Introduction to Ceramics ART 229 Introduction to Glass ART 230 Cold Glass ART 235 Introduction to Photography ART 236 Introduction to Printmaking ART 237 Introduction to Sculpture ART 238 Introduction to Painting ART 241 Graphic Design I Art 250 Child Art 2 cr Art 251 Middle and Secondary Art 2 cr spring only ART 289 Special Topics 1 3 cr ART 291 Asian Art History ART 292 Introduction

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  • Biology, with Broad Field Science | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    and written forms and to employ electronic technology used in disseminating scientific information Broadfield Science Licensure A person with a broadfield science BFS license may teach any science class middle school level through grade 10 and any basic science class in grades 11 12 which is not a college preparatory course advanced placement AP course or an elective course with more depth of content than a basic course However you may teach advanced courses in your science major Biology Chemistry or Physics Course Requirements Professional Education Required Courses TED 120 Intro to Education and Instructional Technology 3 credits TED 212 Educational Psychology Middle Secondary Education 5 TED 252 Foundations of Multicultural Education 3 TED 414 Development of the Transescent 4 SPED 330 Introduction to Special Education 3 TED 434 Techniques in Science 3 TED 462 Content Area Literacy in Middle Secondary School Science 3 TED 465 Management Strategies for the Secondary Science Classroom 3 TED 420 School Society 3 TED 473 Student Teaching Middle School TED 474 Student Teaching Secondary Education Broadfield Science Core Required Courses BIOL 150 General Biology 3 credits or BIOL 160 General Biology Freshman Research Focus 4 CHEM 121 General Chemistry I 5 or CHEM 120 Introduction to General Chemistry 6 CHEM 122 General Chemistry II 5 PHYS 117 Basic Astronomy 3 PHYS 121 Algebra Based Physics I 5 PHYS 122 Algebra Based Physics II 5 or PHYS 131 Calculus Based Physics I 5 PHYS 132 Calculus Based Physics II 5 Required Supporting Courses Choose one of the following sequences 1 GEOL 269 Environmental Geology 3 GEOL 102 Introduction to Geology Laboratory 1 ESM 302 Broadfield Science Environmental Education Lab 1 or 2 ESM 300 Environmental Education 3 GEOL 101 Introduction to Geology 3 GEOL 102 Introduction to Geology Laboratory 1 or 3 ESM 300 Environmental

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  • Broad Field Social Studies, History Emphasis | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Students learn life needed skills while being a part of this major Students will gain professional writing skills organizational skills research analysis skills public speaking skills and skills needed to be a successful teacher Broad Field Social Studies Major History Emphasis 138 Total Credit Hours History Emphasis Requirements 33 credit hours History core HIST 102 History of the Modern World 1500 Present HIST 215 United States History to 1865 HIST 216 U S History from 1865 HIST 485 History Seminar Non western history choose one of the following 3 credits HIST 201 Introduction to Asian Civilization g HIST 202 Introduction to Latin American Civilizations g HIST 203 The Mediterranean A Survey g HIST 209 Introduction to African History g U S history 300 level or above two courses World history 300 level or above two courses Environmental history HIST 365 American Environmental History Elective 300 level or above one course Social Studies Requirements 27 credit hours Required core BFSS 200 Introduction to Social Science for Teachers BFSS 400 Curriculum Development for Social Studies Distribution non history courses SOCI 100 Introduction to Sociology POLS 230 Introduction to Political Philosophy and Ideology or POLS 114 American Government and Politics POLS 260 Introduction to International Relations g ECON 201 Principles of Microeconomics or ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics Electives three courses Education Requirements 43 credit hours Education TED 120 Intro to Education and Instructional Technology TED 212 Educational Psychology Middle Secondary Education TED 252 Foundations of Multicultural Education d American Cultural Diversity TED 414 Development of the Transcescent TED 420 School Society SPED 330 Introduction to Special Education TED 473 Student Teaching Middle School TED 474 Student Teaching Secondary Education 12 cr Total Student Teaching Block You should take block classes in the fall semester of your senior year TED 433 Techniques in

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  • Chemistry, with Broad Field Science | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    teachers The curriculum is planned so as to give the student 1 a broad general education 2 specialized preparation in chemistry with a minor in a supporting field and 3 professional training necessary for effective teaching In order to be admitted to the Educator Preparation Program the student needs to be evaluated and recommended by the Chemistry Education Advisory Committee Contact the Chemistry Department chair or the education program s STEM advisor for further information Course Requirements Professional Education Required Courses TED 120 Intro to Education and Instructional Technology 3 credits TED 212 Educational Psychology Middle Secondary Education 5 TED 252 Foundations of Multicultural Education 3 TED 414 Development of the Transescent 4 SPED 330 Introduction to Special Education 3 TED 434 Techniques in Science 3 TED 462 Content Area Literacy in Middle Secondary School Science 3 TED 465 Management Strategies for the Secondary Science Classroom 3 TED 420 School Society 3 TED 473 Student Teaching Middle School TED 474 Student Teaching Secondary Education Broadfield Science Core Required Courses BIOL 150 General Biology 3 credits BIOL 210 General Botany 3 or BIOL 230 General Zoology 3 or BIOL 240 Cell Molecular Biology 3 CHEM 121 General Chemistry I 5 or CHEM 120 Introduction to General Chemistry 6 CHEM 122 General Chemistry II 5 PHYS 117 Basic Astronomy 3 PHYS 121 Algebra Based Physics I 5 PHYS 122 Algebra Based Physics II 5 or PHYS 131 Calculus Based Physics I 5 PHYS 132 Calculus Based Physics II 5 Required Supporting Courses Choose one of the following sequences GEOL 269 Environmental Geology 3 GEOL 102 Introduction to Geology Laboratory 1 ESM 302 Broadfield Science Environmental Education Lab 1 or ESM 300 Environmental Education 3 GEOL 101 Introduction to Geology 3 GEOL 102 Introduction to Geology Laboratory 1 or ESM 300 Environmental Education

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  • Early Childhood Degree Completion & Teacher Certification | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Me Purchase Tickets Camps Clinics About UWRF Fast Facts Employment Directory Maps Directions UWRF History UWRF Leadership FAQ Contact UWRF Menu About UWRF Academics Admissions Campus Life Athletics Quick Links A Z Search Directory News Event Calendar D2L eSIS Email Library Resources For Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Parents Family Community Search UWRF College of Education and Professional Studies Academic Programs Teaching Teaching Agricultural Education Alternative Education Art Education Biology with Broad Field Science Broad Field Social Studies History Emphasis Chemistry Education Chemistry with Broad Field Science Early Childhood Degree Completion Teacher Certification Elementary Early Childhood Education Elementary Graduate Elementary Undergraduate English Education French Education Health and Physical Education Mathematics Education Music Education Physics Education Physics with Broad Field Science STEM Graduate Teaching Certification Spanish Education Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Graduate Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Undergraduate CEPS Home Early Childhood Degree Completion Teacher Certification To meet the growing need for preparation in early childhood education the University of Wisconsin River Falls offers a degree completion program that allows individuals with an associate degree in early childhood education to apply credits earned toward the requirements for a bachelor s degree and optional Wisconsin early childhood

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  • Elementary & Early Childhood Education | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    enrichment in techniques for instruction in the primary grades this minor and certification increases the range of potential employment for an elementary education major Those who may seek employment in existing day care centers nursery schools child and family education programs or those intending to start their own private pre school should investigate the opportunities opened via an early childhood minor Admission to the Educator Preparation Program EPP is required the semester prior to enrolling in the Block courses See the Degree Requirements by College for a complete list of requirements for admission The techniques blocks give students the opportunity to spend approximately 300 contact hours three days per week for two semesters in public schools with this innovative instructional program The Blocks consist of the following courses Block I TED 312 science TED 315 math TED 317 reading 12 cr hrs Block II TED 310 language arts TED 311 social studies TED 316 reading 12 cr hrs Elementary Education Major Elementary Education Major 46 Total Credits TED 155 Intro to Tech Integration and the Reflective Multimedia 2 cr TED 211 Educational Psychology Elementary Ed writing intensive 5 cr TED 420 School and Society writing intensive 3 cr TED 310 Techniques in Elementary Education Language Arts 4 cr TED 311 Techniques in Elementary Education Social Studies 4 cr TED 312 Techniques in Elementary Education Science 4 cr TED 315 Techniques in Elementary Education Mathematics 4 cr TED 316 Developmental Reading 4 cr TED 317 Reading Practicum 4 cr TED 472 Student Teaching Elementary Education 12 cr Required Courses 25 cr hrs TED 252 Foundations of Multicultural Education 3 cr TED 255 Children s Literature for Elementary Education or ENGL 250 Literature for Children 3 cr ART 250 Child Art 2 cr ESM 300 Environmental Education 3 cr HEAL 361 Methods

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  • Elementary, Undergraduate | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    broad general education professional preparation for effective teaching at the elementary education level and special preparation in an academic minor Program Highlights small class size 25 or less students spend over 300 hours in schools before student teaching all faculty have K 12 teaching experience location provides students opportunities to teach in rural suburban and urban schools two semester block methods program where student participate in approximately 300 hours of supervised classroom experience prior to student teaching The program boasts a dynamic professional education faculty who will help you develop a strong knowledge base in your discipline and the skills to teach it Admission to the Educator Preparation Program EPP is required the semester prior to enrolling in the Block courses See the Degree Requirements by College for a complete list of requirements for admission The techniques blocks give students the opportunity to spend approximately 300 contact hours three days per week for two semesters in public schools with this innovative instructional program The Blocks consist of the following courses Block I TED 312 science TED 315 math TED 317 reading 12 cr hrs Block II TED 310 language arts TED 311 social studies TED 316 reading 12 cr hrs What our students are saying Elementary Education Major 46 Total Credits TED 155 Intro to Tech Integration and the Reflective Multimedia 2 cr TED 211 Educational Psychology Elementary Ed writing intensive 5 cr TED 420 School and Society writing intensive 3 cr TED 310 Techniques in Elementary Education Language Arts 4 cr TED 311 Techniques in Elementary Education Social Studies 4 cr TED 312 Techniques in Elementary Education Science 4 cr TED 315 Techniques in Elementary Education Mathematics 4 cr TED 316 Developmental Reading 4 cr TED 317 Reading Practicum 4 cr TED 472 Student Teaching Elementary Education 12 cr

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  • Health and Physical Education | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Languages Graduate Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Undergraduate CEPS Home Health and Physical Education Health and Physical Education is a 139 credit comprehensive program that qualifies graduates to teach pre K 12 physical education in the private or public school setting Combining the Health Education and Physical Education options into one single major allows graduates to obtain licensure in both areas as they are both desired to acquire a teaching position An Adapted Physical Education Minor is also available for students seeking pre K 12 Adapted Physical Education certification and HIGHLY recommended It is also for teachers who are already certified in pre K 12 Physical Education that wish to get an add on to their current licensure Major Requirements 105 credits Required Courses 21 Credits P ED 161 Intro to Health and Human Performance 3 cr P ED 172 Instructional Strategies 1 1 cr P ED 243 Motor Learning and Development 3 cr P ED 300 Adapted Physical Education 3 cr P ED 305 Developmental and Adapted Physical Education 3 cr P ED 354 Biomechanics 3 cr P ED 372 Instructional Strategies II 2 cr P ED 455 Organization and Administration of Physical Education 3 cr Activity Courses 20 Credits P ED 230 Rhythms and Educational Gymnastics 3 cr P ED 265 Physical Activities I 3 cr P ED 266 Physical Activities II 3 cr P ED 275 Leadership in School Based Adventure Education 3 cr P ED 395 Water Safety Instructor 3 cr EXSS 266 Aerobic Exercise Leadership 2 cr EXSS 465 Scientific Principles of Strength and Conditioning 3 cr Health 25 Credits SFED 212 First Aid CPR Instructor 1 cr HEAL 262 Applied Anatomy and Exercise Physiology 3 cr HEAL 269 Wellness 3 cr HEAL 315 Nutrition 3 cr HEAL 330 Safe and Emotionally Healthy

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