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  • Early Childhood | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Education Association NEA Exemplary Teacher Education Program Offered in an integrated format that supports constructivism and developmentally appropriate practice You will learn by actively exploring to make connections between subject areas and improve your skill of teaching children in this way Emphasizes the importance of and strategies for connecting children to nature Back to top Hear what our students say about this program Program Curriculum Program Curriculum For Degree Required Courses Early childhood major courses typically completed as part of an associate degree 25 credits TED 211 Educational Psychology TED 225 Developmental Learning Experiences of Young Children TED 330 Infant and Toddler Programs TED 332 Preschool Curriculum TED 345 Parent Education and Family Development TED 400 Supervision and Management of Early Childhood Programs TED 405 Early Childhood Special Needs TED 410 Early Childhood Language Arts Additional UWRF early childhood major courses 31 credits COMD 160 Introduction to Communicative Disorders MUS 275 Music and Art for Early Learners P ED 246 Health and Movement Activities for Children TED 255 Children s Literature for Elementary Education TED 325 Diversity in Early Childhood Settings TED 326 Place Based Environmental Science for Early Childhood Educators TED 329 Exploring Nature Through Inquiry Learning TED 335 Kindergarten Curriculum and Materials TED 409 English Language Learners in Early Childhood TED 411 Leadership and Advocacy for Young Children TED 451 Integrating Alternative Methodologies of Early Childhood Education Electives 19 credits Students are given flexibility to select courses to meet their unique goals Many online options are available at UWRF and transfer credits may be accepted for approved courses from other institutions UWRF University and General Education Requirements 45 credits Program Curriculum for Degree and Certification Required Courses Early childhood major courses typically completed as part of associate degree 25 credits TED 211 Educational Psychology TED 225 Developmental Learning Experiences of Young Children TED 330 Infant and Toddler Programs TED 332 Preschool Curriculum TED 345 Parent Education and Family Development TED 400 Supervision and Management of Early Childhood Programs TED 405 Early Childhood Special Needs TED 410 Early Childhood Language Arts Additional UWRF early childhood major courses 59 credits MUS 275 Music and Art for Early Learners P ED 246 Health and Movement Activities for Children TED 155 Intro to Tech Integration and the Reflective Multimedia TED 255 Children s Literature for Elementary Education TED 321 Early Childhood Integrated Reading and Language Arts I TED 322 Early Childhood Integrated Reading and Language Arts II TED 323 Content and Techniques of K 3 Mathematics I TED 324 Content Techniques of K 3 Mathematics II TED 325 Diversity in Early Childhood Settings TED 326 Place Based Environmental Science for Early Childhood Educators TED 335 Kindergarten Curriculum and Materials TED 350 Pre K Early Elementary Learning Challenges TED 409 English Language Learners in Early Childhood TED 411 Leadership and Advocacy for Young Children TED 424 Inquiry Learning Society and Environment for Early Elementary TED 451 Integrating Alternative Methodologies of Early Childhood Education TED 480 Early Childhood Student Teaching UWRF University and General

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  • Early Childhood Certification | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    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 Catalog Degree Requirements Degree Requirements College Requirements College of Agriculture Food and Environmental Sciences College of Arts and Sciences College of Business and Economics College of Education and Professional Studies University Requirements General Education Requirements General Education Requirements 05 06 13 14 Graduate Programs Undergraduate Programs Early Childhood Certification Program Overview Early Childhood Certification Program Prerequisites to entering the minor sequence TED 211 Educational Psychology Elementary Ed writing intensive 5 cr Completion of 33 credits Required Courses 23 cr hrs TED 225 Developmental Learning Experiences of Young Children 3 cr TED 225 is a prerequisite for all other Early Childhood courses TED 330 Infant Toddler Programs 3 cr TED 332 Preschool Curriculum 3 cr TED 335 Kindergarten Curriculum and Materials 3 cr TED 345 Parent Education and Family Development 3 cr TED 400 Supervision and Management Early Childhood Program 2 cr TED 405 Special Needs Child Early Childhood Classroom 3 cr TED 410 Early Childhood Language Arts 3 cr Student Teaching Requirement 10 cr TED 471 Student Teaching Pre kindergarten Kindergarten Co Prerequisite TED 400 Early Childhood Certification Department of Teacher Education TED 257 Walker Wyman Education www uwrf edu TED Geoffrey Scheurman Chair UW River Falls offers a program in Early Childhood through Middle Childhood for students who are elementary majors with an early childhood minor which meets certification requirements to teach Early Childhood through Middle Childhood Regular Education In addition to providing further enrichment in techniques for instruction in the primary grades this minor and certification increases the range of potential employment

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  • Earth Science Minor | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    Wellness Safety Security Parking Transportation Services Resources Athletics Falcon Athletics Athletics Schedule Recruit 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 Catalog Degree Requirements Degree Requirements College Requirements College of Agriculture Food and Environmental Sciences College of Arts and Sciences College of Business and Economics College of Education and Professional Studies University Requirements General Education Requirements General Education Requirements 05 06 13 14 Graduate Programs Undergraduate Programs Earth Science Minor Earth Science Minor Requirements 21 Total Credits Required Courses 16 cr hrs GEOL 102 Introductory Geology Lab 1 GEOL 150 Historical Geology 4 GEOL 202 Oceanography 3 GEOL 269 Environmental Geology writing intensive 3 GEOL 330 Meteorology 2 PHYS 117 Introductory Astronomy 3 Electives 5 cr hrs Select from 200 level or above Geology courses Department of Plant and Earth Science 324 Agricultural Science 715 425 3345 www uwrf edu PES Donavon Taylor Chair Jarod Blades Jill Coleman Wasik Holly Dolliver Allison Gale Todd Johnson

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  • Economics | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    identify problems and the solutions to those problems throughout their professional career Graduates are prepared to make informed decisions in management marketing finance or the public sector based on economic information Students in the economics program study unemployment inflation economic growth the distribution of income and wealth the balance of payments and exchange rates as well as topics related to labor banking the environment health care poverty and governing systems and policies Learning more about economics helps students understand how businesses workers consumers and governments interact in domestic and international markets Many economics majors elect to double major in economics and a related business or liberal arts field An economics major from UW River Falls has excellent employment opportunities in the 21st century Economics projects from April 2014 Spring Research Scholarly and Creative Activity Day Mission The mission of the Economics department is to provide students with analytical critical thinking research and communication skills that are necessary for advancing in the public sector the non profit sector and the business sector or for seeking an advanced degree Learning Outcomes An economics graduate will be able to Understand basic economic principles Use economic theory to critically examine problems in the U S and global economy Demonstrate and apply knowledge gained in the area of statistics Conduct economic research and present results Career Opportunities The following job positions may be available to economics graduates Market researcher Staff analyst Labor economist Commodities trader Economic analyst International trade specialist ECON 480 at the Minnesota Job and Internship Fair in 2013 Academic Links Economics Major Degree Requirements Economics Minor Degree Requirements Sample Economics Four Year Academic Plan Upper Level Admission Requirements The Economics department has a diverse and outstanding faculty with expertise in the areas of public finance government regulation of business the economics of

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  • Elementary Education | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    staff will contact you Thank you for your interest Master of Science in Education Initial Teaching Certification Who Should Enroll Individuals with an undergraduate degree in an area other than education who want to become certified to teach in an elementary or middle school Individuals who want to add elementary certification to a current teaching license Key Features Completion of WI certification requirements for Middle Childhood through Early Adolescence grades 1 8 while pursuing the Master s degree Evening graduate classes with part time and full time options Field experiences in elementary and middle schools integrated throughout the program Program Curriculum Degree Requirements Professional education courses 31 credits Prior to admission to Educator Preparation Program 16 credits TED 700 Curriculum in the Elementary School 3 credits TED 745 Psychology of Teaching 6 credits TED 740 Historical Philosophical Multicultural Foundations of American Education 4 credits SPED 530 The Exceptional Child 3 credits Post admission to Educator Preparation Program 18 credits TED 705 Language Arts in the Elementary School 3 credits TED 707 Adolescent Literature New Literacies for the Elem Teacher 3 credits TED 710 Social Studies in the Elementary School 3 credits TED 715 Science in the Elementary School 3 credits TED 720 Mathematics in the Elementary School 3 credits READ 760 Literacy Instruction in the Elementary School 3 credits Student teaching 12 credits TED 472 Student Teaching Elementary School 12 credits Oral Exam for Master s degree Required only for the degree not for teacher licensing Required supporting coursework required for elementary teacher certification MATH 647 Math for Elementary Teachers 3 credits TED 553 Environmental Education 1 credit MUS 350 Music for Elementary Teachers 2 credits TED 661 Health Physical Ed for Elem Teachers 2 credits Coursework equivalents from your undergraduate work may be counted for the above credits Any

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  • English Language Transition Program | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    البرنامج الانتقالي للغة الإنجليزية إجراءات الألتحاق لبرنامج اللغة الانجليزية الأسئلة المتداولة 英語トランジションプログラム 英语学习过渡计划 ELT 设置程序 常见问题 영어 전환 프로그램 ELT 반배정 절차 자주 묻는 질문 CHƯƠNG TRÌNH CHUYỂN TIẾP ANH NGỮ Câu Hỏi Thường Gặp Quy Trình Xếp Lớp ELT English Language Transition Program ENGLISH LANGUAGE TRANSITION PROGRAM Great teaching Great results Welcome to Wisconsin and to the English Language Transition Program for ESL students at the University of Wisconsin River Falls a GREAT place to learn English Our Mission The mission of the English Language Transition ELT Program is to assist non native English learners to develop and strengthen the knowledge and language skills necessary to achieve their academic professional and personal goals The ELT Program provides a supportive learning environment for students while fostering social and intercultural understanding Why choose the ELT program at UWRF Small classes Professionally trained ESL instructors Social and cultural opportunities to practice English such as the Global Partners Program and International Friendship Program Upon completion of the ELT program students are assured admittance to UWRF without needing to take another TOEFL or IELTS exam In the Classroom The goal of the ELT Program is to strengthen students academic skills This goal is accomplished by a variety of classroom activities which include Speaking through classroom discussions and presentations Learning academic note taking skills Developing reading comprehension skills Acquiring academic writing skills Expanding critical thinking skills Increasing vocabulary Focusing on clear pronunciation UW River Falls offers ESL courses at the following levels beginner low intermediate intermediate and advanced Students are placed in classes based on the ELT Placement Procedures Students can start at the beginning of the semester or in the middle of the semester Campus Life and Extracurricular Activities An important part of the International Student experience is to learn about the people and

    Original URL path: http://www.uwrf.edu/ENGL/ELT/index.cfm (2016-02-16)
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  • Emergency Preparedness | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    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 Emergency Management Emergency Management Emergency Alerts EAS Emergency Alert System Desktop Alerts Subscribe Your Family to Emergency Alerts Subscribe Yourself to Emergency Alerts Emergency Management Team Members Emergency Response Guide Emergency Response Levels Personal Preparedness Training Emergency Management at UWRF The UWRF Emergency Management Team EMT has created this site to assist in preparing the campus community for emergency situations The site is just one piece of an all hazards approach to emergency preparedness that includes pre disaster mitigation emergency exercises emergency communications systems and continuity of operations and pandemic flu planning Mission The University will respond to an emergency situation in a safe effective and timely manner University personnel and equipment will be utilized to accomplish the following priorities Priority 1 Protection of Human Life Priority 2 Support of Health Safety and Basic Care Services Priority 3 Protection of University Assets Priority 4 Maintenance of University Services Priority 5 Assessment of Damage s Priority 6 Restoration of General Campus Operations Sign up for the Emergency Alert

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  • English | University of Wisconsin-River Falls
    ELT Placement Procedures English Learning Resources Grammar Listening Multi skill Pronunciation Reading Speaking Vocabulary Writing Frequently Asked Questions International Student Admissions International Student Services Language Matters Programa de Transición al Idioma Inglés Preguntas frecuentes Procedimientos de nivelación de ELT Programa de Transição da Língua Inglesa Perguntas frequentes Procedimentos de nivelamento do programa TLI ПОДГОТОВИТЕЛЬНАЯ ПРОГРАММА Порядок распределения в рамках программы ELT Program Часто задаваемые вопросы البرنامج الانتقالي للغة الإنجليزية إجراءات الألتحاق لبرنامج اللغة الانجليزية الأسئلة المتداولة 英語トランジションプログラム 英语学习过渡计划 ELT 设置程序 常见问题 영어 전환 프로그램 ELT 반배정 절차 자주 묻는 질문 CHƯƠNG TRÌNH CHUYỂN TIẾP ANH NGỮ Câu Hỏi Thường Gặp Quy Trình Xếp Lớp ELT Faculty and Staff Literary Magazine Review Majors and Minors Mission Vision and Values Newsletters OWL Scholarships Student Organizations TESOL Graduate Studies TESOL Undergraduate Undergraduate Conference Writing Center Welcome The English Department at the University of Wisconsin River Falls is dedicated to preparing students to become insightful readers thinkers and writers life long learners with an awareness of historical cultural and philosophical issues Their education in literature writing criticism and language enables students to write effectively think critically read widely weigh values and communicate ideas These abilities serve our majors in teaching business or graduate professional education Majors and Minors The Department of English offers majors in English Literature Creative Writing English Education Broad Area English Education and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages TESOL Students can also minor Literature Creative Writing Professional Writing TESOL and English Language Arts for Elementary Education majors English Courses The English Department Community Classes in English Department majors and minors are small providing students opportunities to get to know not just their instructors but their fellow students as well The faculty are dedicated enthusiastic teachers and are readily available to students English Department faculty are committed to helping each

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