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  • Programs of Study - Education
    Honors College Study Abroad Undergraduate Research Luise V Hanson Library Academic Affairs Office Registrar s Office Academic Achievement Center Disabilities Services Residential Academics Programs of Study Education Diversity Statement Diversity Statement The Teacher Education TEP program fosters an actively engaged and inclusive learning community based upon civility trust integrity respect and diversity in a safe welcoming physical environment We have a commitment to create an understanding and appreciation of diverse

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  • Programs of Study - Education
    one of these two courses PED 271 Coaching Anatomy 1 BIO 155 Basic Human Anatomy and Physiology 4 PED 272 Treatment of Athletic Injuries 2 English Language Arts Endorsement 119 Courses ENG 121 106 Composition 3 ENG 250 107 Literature 3 SPE 111 Essentials of Public Speaking 3 EDU 253 Literature for Children 3 EDU 330 Language Development Teaching Reading Language Arts 4 EDU 360 Teaching Reading Social Studies Language Arts K 8 4 SPED 390 Diagnostic Remedial Reading 4 Students will choose one of th following courses THR 132 Acting I 3 THR 200 Creative Dramatics 3 Students will choose one of th following courses ENG 341 American Literature to 1865 3 ENG 342 American Literature 1865 Present 3 ENG 415 Special Topics only if the course is an American literature topic 3 Mathematics Endorsement 142 Courses MTH 101 General Education Mathematics 4 MTH 103 College Algebra and Trigonometry 5 MTH 201 Elementary Statistics 4 CIS 130 Programming Fundamentals 3 Students will choose two of the following courses MTH 102 Liberal Arts Math 4 MTH 110 Quantitative Methods 4 MTH 203 Calculus I 4 MTH 204 Calculus II 4 Music Endorsement 144 Courses MUS 101 102 Theory I and Theory 2 6 MUS 103 104 Aural Skills I and Aural Skills II 2 MUS 215 Conductor s Workshop I 2 MUS 300 World Music 3 MUS 301 Music History I 3 MUS 315 Conductor s Workshop II 2 MSA Applied Lessons 3 EDU 406 Elementary Music Student Teaching 6 Students will choose one of th following courses MUS 302 Music History II 3 MUS 318 Music History III 3 Must pass either piano or guitar accompanying proficiency Reading Endorsement 148 Courses ENG 121 106 Composition 3 SPE 111 Essentials of Public Speaking 3 EDU 240 Educational Psychology 3 EDU 253 Literature for Children 3 EDU 330 Language Development Teaching Reading Language Arts 4 EDU 360 Teaching Reading Social Studies Language Arts K 8 4 EDU 440 Assessment Goal Setting 3 SPED 335 Inclusive Reading Pre Student Teaching 2 SPED 390 Diagnostic Remedial Reading 4 Social Studies Endorsement 164 Courses HIS 171 Contemporary World 3 EDU 144 Human Growth Development 3 EDU 240 Educational Psychology 3 EDU 360 Teaching Reading Social Studies Language Arts K 8 4 Students will choose between these two courses HIS 201 U S History to 1877 3 HIS 202 U S History Since 1877 3 Students will choose one of the following courses HIS 110 120 161 300 310 320 345 360 361 364 405 417 418 420 462 427 430 435 440 460 465 470 HIS POL 362 HIS POL 363 Students will choose three of the following courses ECO 251 ECO 252 GEO 201 POL 112 POL 210 POL 330 POL 410 SOC 221 SOC 222 GEO POL 320 POL HIS 362 POL HIS 363 SOC PSY 232 May only be used to fulfill one requirement area Special Education Strategist I Endorsement 260 Courses SPED 220 Exceptional Learners 3 SPED 321 Special Education

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  • Programs of Study - Education
    121 106 Composition 3 ENG 250 107 Literature 3 CWR 201 Intro to Creative Writing 3 ENG 230 Advanced Composition 3 ENG 205 English Grammar 3 EDU 395 Content Area Reading 2 ENG 341 American Literature to 1865 3 ENG 342 American Literature 1865 Present 3 ENG 351 British Literature I Beowulf to Eighteenth Century 3 ENG 352 British Literature II Romantics to Contemporary 3 ENG 310 Young Adult Literature 3 ENG 204 Writing Center Tutor Training 1 ENG 441 Shakespeare 3 Students will choose one of the following courses ENG 212 Global Literature 3 ENG 470 Vietnam Era 3 English 415 Special Topics in English may be substituted for any of the above course choices when the special topic matches the course category Health Endorsement 138 Courses BIO WEL 207 Principles of Nutrition 3 EDU 144 Human Growth Development 3 PED 170 First Aid CPR AED 1 PED WEL 221 Personal Community Health 3 PED WEL 230 History Principles of Physical Education 3 PED 345 Methods of Teaching Physical Education Health in Secondary Schools 3 PED 346 Secondary Physical Education Clinical Experience 1 PSY SOC 232 Close Relationships 3 PSY 322 Abnormal Psychology 3 WEL 101 Concepts of Wellness 1 WEL 212 Stress Management 2 WEL 250 Substance Abuse 3 WEL 482 Student Teaching in 5 12 Health 2 4 Instructional Strategist I Mild and Moderate Endorsement 261 Courses EDU 330 Lanugage Development Teaching Reading and Language Arts 4 SPED 220 Exceptional Learners 3 SPED 321 Special Education Clinical Experience 1 SPED 365 Methods and Materials in Special Education 3 SPED 390 Diagnostic and Remedial Reading 4 SPED 392 Math Strategies 2 SPED 422 5 12 Student Teaching 2 6 SPED 441 Assessment in Special Education 2 SPED 450 Child Family Community Relations 3 SPED 455 Transitional Collaboration 2 SPED 461 Behavior and Social Interaction in Special Education 2 Mathematics Endorsement 143 Courses CIS 130 Programming Fundamentals 3 MTH 201 Elementary Statistics 4 MTH 203 Calculus I 4 MTH 204 Calculus II 4 MTH 300 Discrete Mathematics 4 MTH 330 Linear Algebra 4 MTH 340 Classical and Modern Geometry 4 Reading Endorsement 149 Courses EDU 330 Lanugage Development Teaching Reading and Language Arts 4 EDU 355 Teaching Reading in Grades 5 12 2 EDU 395 Content Area Reading 2 ENG 121 106 Composition 3 ENG 205 English Grammar 3 ENG 310 Young Adult Literature 3 SPE 111 Essentials of Public Speaking 3 SPED 335 Inclusive Reading Pre Student Teaching 2 SPED 390 Diagnostic and Remedial Reading 4 Must accompany a secondary endorsement Speech Communication Theatre Endorsement 168 Courses SPE 111 Essentials of Public Speaking 3 THR 131 Introduction to Theatre 3 THR 132 Acting I 3 THR 200 Creative Dramatics 3 THR 300 Directing 3 SPE 300 Argumentation and Debate 3 COM 103 Mass Communications and Society 3 Students will choose one of the following courses THR 140 Introduction to Stagecraft 3 THR 146 Introduction to Theatrical Design 3 All Social Sciences 5 12 Endorsement 186 Courses American History

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  • Programs of Study - Education
    Endorsement K 8 144 5 12 145 Core Courses Education Core Curriculum EDU 144 Human Growth and Development 3 EDU 201 Intro to Teaching 3 EDU 202 Intro to Teaching Clinical 0 EDU 210 Human Relations for Teachers 2 SPED 220 Exceptional Learners 3 EDU 230 Educational Media and Computers 1 EDU 240 Educational Psychology 3 EDU 395 Content Area Reading 2 EDU 400 Ethics and Religious Diversity 3 Students will choose one of these courses EDU 460 Behavior Management for Elementary 2 EDU 465 Behavior Management for Secondary 2 EDU 411 Multicultural Practicum 1 EDU 430 Capstone 6 EDU 406 Elementary Music Student Teaching 6 EDU 421 Secondary Music Student Teaching 3 Music Core Curriculum MUS 101 Theory I 3 MUS 102 Theory II 3 MUS 201 Theory III 3 MUS 202 Theory IV 3 MUS 103 Aural Skills I 1 MUS 104 Aural Skills II 1 MUS 203 Aural Skills III 1 MUS 204 Aural Skills IV 1 MUS 215 Conductor s Workshop I 2 MUS 216 Arranging Technology 1 MUS 300 World Music 3 MUS 301 Music History I 3 MUS 302 Music History II 3 MUS 318 Music History III 3 MSA Applied Lessons 6 MSA

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  • Programs of Study - Education
    8 146 5 12 147 Core Courses Education Core Curriculum EDU 144 Human Growth and Development 3 EDU 201 Intro to Teaching 3 EDU 202 Intro to Teaching Clinical 0 EDU 210 Human Relations for Teachers 2 EDU 220 Exceptional Learners 3 EDU 230 Educational Media and Computers 1 EDU 240 Educational Psychology 3 EDU 395 Content Area Reading 2 EDU 400 Ethics and Religious Diversity 3 EDU 440 Assessment and Goal Setting 3 Students will choose one of these courses EDU 460 Behavior Management for Elementary Education 2 EDU 465 Behavior Management for Secondary Education 2 EDU 411 Multicultural Practicum 2 EDU 430 Capstone 1 EDU 480 Student Teaching K 8 6 PED 481 Student Teaching 5 12 6 Physical Education Core Curriculum BIO WEL 155 Basic Human Anatomy Physiology 4 PED 170 First Aid CPR AED 1 PED 210 Physical Education for the Elementary School 3 PED 230 History and Principles of PE Fitness and Leisure Studies 3 PED 251 Theory Psychology and Ethics of Coaching 2 PED 272 Treatment of Athletic Injuries 2 PED 301 Curriculum and Administration in Physical Education 3 PED SPED 310 Adaptive Physical Education 2 PED 343 Methods of Teaching PE in Elementary Schools 3 PED 344 Clinical Experience in Teaching PE in Scondary Schools 1 WEL 101 Concepts of Wellness 1 WEL 390 Kinesiology 3 Students must either demonstrate proficiency in a variety of PED activities or complete two of the following PED courses PED Physical Education Activities six activities 3 PED 243 Team Game Skills 2 PED 244 Individual and Dual Sports 2 Students must add a health endorsement or one of the following concentrations SPED Concentration Courses SPED 220 Exceptional Learners 3 SPED 310 Adaptive P E 2 SPED 365 Methods in Special Ed 3 SPED 450 Child Family Community

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  • Programs of Study - Education
    Content Knowledge The teacher understands the central concepts tools of inquiry and structures of the discipline s he or she teaches and creates learning experiences that make the discipline accessible and meaningful for learners to assure mastery of the content 4 b The teacher engages students in learning experiences in the discipline s that encourage learners to understand question and analyze ideas from diverse perspectives so that they master the content Performances 4 j The teacher understands major concepts assumptions debates processes of inquiry and ways of knowing that are central to the discipline s s he teaches Essential Knowledge 4 o The teacher realizes that content knowledge is not a fixed body of facts but is complex culturally situated and ever evolving S he keeps abreast of new ideas and understandings in the field Critical Dispositions Standard 5 Application of Content The teacher understands how to connect concepts and use differing perspectives to engage learners in critical thinking creativity and collaborative problem solving related to authentic local and global issues 5 a The teacher develops and implements projects that guide learners in analyzing the complexities of an issue or question using perspectives from varied disciplines and cross disciplinary skills e g a water quality study that draws upon biology and chemistry to look at factual information and social studies to examine policy implications Performances 5 i The teacher understands the ways of knowing in his her discipline how it relates to other disciplinary approaches to inquiry and the strengths and limitations of each approach in addressing problems issues and concerns Essential Knowledge 5 s The teacher values flexible learning environments that encourage learner exploration discovery and expression across content areas Critical Dispositions Standard 6 Assessment The teacher understands and uses multiple methods of assessment to engage learners in their own growth to monitor learner progress and to guide the teacher s and learner s decision making 6 a The teacher balances the use of formative and summative assessment as appropriate to support verify and document learning Performances 6 b The teacher designs assessments that match learning objectives with assessment methods and minimizes sources of bias that can distort assessment results Performances 6 j The teacher understands the differences between formative and summative applications of assessment and knows how and when to use each Essential Knowledge 6 k The teacher understands the range of types and multiple purposes of assessment and how to design adapt or select appropriate assessments to address specific learning goals and individual differences and to minimize sources of bias Essential Knowledge 6 v The teacher is committed to the ethical use of various assessments and assessment data to identify learner strengths and needs to promote learner growth Critical Dispositions Standard 7 Planning for Instruction The teacher plans instruction that supports every student in meeting rigorous learning goals by drawing upon knowledge of content areas curriculum cross disciplinary skills and pedagogy as well as knowledge of learners and the community context 7 a The teacher individually and

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  • Programs of Study - Education
    Requirements Advisory Committees Praxis Preparation English Foreign Languages Foundations of Education History Humanities Mathematics Music Physical Education Physics Psychology Religion and Philosophy Sociology Sport Management Theatre Arts Wellness Academic Calendar Educational Goals Continuing Education Faculty Achievements Honors College Study Abroad Undergraduate Research Luise V Hanson Library Academic Affairs Office Registrar s Office Academic Achievement Center Disabilities Services Residential Academics Programs of Study Education Faculty Education Faculty Rebecca Hill Ed D

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  • Programs of Study - Education
    Handbooks Forms Requirements Advisory Committees Praxis Preparation English Foreign Languages Foundations of Education History Humanities Mathematics Music Physical Education Physics Psychology Religion and Philosophy Sociology Sport Management Theatre Arts Wellness Academic Calendar Educational Goals Continuing Education Faculty Achievements Honors College Study Abroad Undergraduate Research Luise V Hanson Library Academic Affairs Office Registrar s Office Academic Achievement Center Disabilities Services Residential Academics Programs of Study Education Clinical Experiences Clinical Experiences Clinical Experiences are an important part of the Waldorf College Teacher Preparation Program because they provide opportunities for prospective teachers to enter educational settings to observe students and to practice teaching techniques in limited ways Students can experience the Waldorf Department of Education Mission Prepare engaging teachers to serve a community of learners Clinical Experiences occur prior to student teaching The state requires students to have at least 10 hours of field experience prior to admission to the Teacher Education Program and at least 40 hours after acceptance The major goal is for the student to be involved in the daily workings of a teaching situation The amount of involvement depends on previous experience the cooperating teacher personnel and which Field Clinical Experience the student is taking Area Schools Standards and

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