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  • Master of Education in the Art of Teaching (Alternate Route) | William Carey University
    teaching license 3 Admission to the Internship EDU 635 6 hours After the successful completion of Step 2 a candidate will be admitted to EDU 635 which is a two term internship as a regular classroom teacher This course will include regularly scheduled seminars on the William Carey campus during this year and additional assignments Each intern must be employed as a full time classroom teacher in the area in which PRAXIS II was passed or in an approved subject area in which the intern has a minimum of 21 undergraduate hours and appears on the intern s initial certificate Alternate route students will be enrolled in EDU 635 Internship in cohort groups A cohort is defined as a group of students who begin and end EDU 635 at the same time Interns will move through the two trimesters of internship in consecutive order fall trimester 3 hours winter trimester 3 hours After completing these three steps a candidate will apply for a standard Mississippi Educator License in the PRAXIS specialty area that was passed If the candidate wishes to enter the M Ed program the twelve hours earned in these steps will count toward the Master of Education in the Art of Teaching degree NOTE A student who is completely admitted may continue to take program courses prior to internship however the student cannot graduate without successful completing of the internship Admission to the Program A candidate having completed the admission requirements 2 75 G P A cumulative or the last 64 hours of undergraduate courses passing score on PRAXIS CASE and PRAXIS II will be admitted to the Master of Education in the Art of Teaching Program The Program This program is a specifically designed program with a 12 hour core and both an elementary and secondary track The special education track has been approved by the State of Mississippi s Department of Education and will be introduced September 2014 The elementary track has 33 hours and the secondary track has 30 hours Because there are 12 hours initially earned for licensure counting toward this degree there are no electives in this program Current Areas Available for Licensure Through the Alternate Route MAT Art PRAXIS 0134 Biology 0235 Business 0101 Chemistry 0245 Elementary Education 4th 6th 5014 English 5041 French 5174 German 5183 Health Home Economics 0121 Marketing 0561 Mathematics 5061 Mild and Moderate Disabilities Special Education September 2014 0354 Music Education 0113 Physical Education 5091 Physics 0265 Spanish 5195 Social Studies 5081 Special Education 0152 Speech Communication 0221 Elementary Education Track 33 hours EDU 536 Classroom Management EDU 650 Tests Measurements and Evaluations EDU 635 Internship I EDU 635 Internship II EDU 572 Survey of the Exceptional Child and Multicultural Education EDU 620 Teacher as a Researcher EDU 625 Technology in Education EDU 636 MAT Reading and Writing across the Curriculum EDU 602 Children s Literature EDU 606 Integration of Content Curriculum EDU 611 Current Trends in Reading Secondary Education Track 30 hours EDU 536 Classroom Management

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  • Department of Educational Leadership | William Carey University
    Staff Frequently Asked Questions Students With Disabilities Baptist Student Union Weekly Activities Missions Tradition BSU About Us BSU Links Staff Page Security Saderwatch Campus Crime Statistics Sexual Misconduct Redbook About Campuses Hattiesburg Tradition Administration Administrative Council Board of Trustees Organizational Chart Institutional Effectiveness President Dr Tommy King Museums Galleries Collections Center for the Study of the Life Work of William Carey D D Sarah Gillespie Collection Clarence Dickinson Special Collection Lucile Parker Gallery Chain Garden About Carey History of William Carey University Accreditation Mission Vision Theme Verse Speakers Bureau News Events Tuition Aid Giving To Carey Ways to Give Single and Recurring Gifts Planned Giving In Kind Gifts Scholarships Matching Gifts Memorial Gifts Annual Fund Current Priority Projects Donor Recognition Donor Testimonials Student Foundation Publications Why You Should Give to Carey Supporting Carey Mississippi Gives Day Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Catalogs and Course Schedules Change of Status Form Counselors and Staff Tuition Fees Events Admission Requirements Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Freshmen Students Graduate Students Transfer Students English Language Center Living on Campus Testimonials International Student Life International Student Services Campus Visits Special Events Testing CLEP Program Residual ACT Miller Analogies Test MAT Current High School Students High School Dual Credit Step Ahead Program You are here Home Academics Education Departments MESSAGE Department of Educational Leadership Vision The Vision of William Carey University s Leadership program is to equip educational leadership candidates to become change agents for positively impacting students lives socially emotionally and academically starting in early childhood elementary and secondary education and continuing through to community colleges and universities Programs The Department of Educational Leadership offers these education programs for K 12 Educational Leaders MEd in Educational Leadership Principal Certification PK 12 EdS in Educational Leadership Principal Certification PK 12 EdS in Instructional Leadership Online EdD in Educational Leadership

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  • Undergraduate Courses | William Carey University
    study of the diagnosis and remediation of reading disabilities Students diagnose and evaluate the skills of an individual child in a clinical setting and develop and carry out a plan of remediation based on the diagnosis Prerequisites EDR 308 EDR 311 and admission to teacher education Link to Syllabus Hattiesburg EDU 446 Teaching in the secondary school 3 hours The study of methods and problems related to teaching in the student s major field Prerequisite Admission to teacher education Link to Syllabus Tradition EDU 450 Tests Measurements and Evaluation 3 hours The study of the measurement and evaluation of student learning with both criterion and normreferenced procedures Prerequisite Admission to teacher education Link to Syllabus Hattiesburg EDU 460 Organizational Procedures for special Education 3 hours This course addresses organizational procedures of special education as required by the Mississippi State Department of Education In addition legislative and court decisions associated with special education are covered This class may be online enhanced Prerequisite EDU 372 Link to Syllabus EDU 468 Intellectual Disabilities 3 hours This course is an overview of intellectual disabilities including definitional perspectives etiology and syndromes theoretical research bases and social emotional physical and intellectual characteristics This class may be online enhanced Prerequisite EDU 372 Link to Syllabus EDU 469 Teaching the Individuals with Mild Intellectual Disabilities 3 hours This course addresses basic assessment procedures selection and utilization of instructional methods materials and individualized programming for individuals with mild intellectual disabilities Prerequisites EDU 372 and EDU 468 Link to Syllabus EDU 463 Learning Disabilities 3 hours This course is an overview of the field of learning disabilities including historical development theoretical research bases and social emotional physical and learning characteristics This class may be online enhanced Prerequisite EDU 372 Link to Syllabus Hattiesburg EDU 464 Teaching the Individuals with Learning Disabilities 3 hours This course addresses basic assessment procedures selection and utilization of instructional methods materials and individual programming for individuals with specific learning disabilities Prerequisites EDU 372 and EDU 463 Link to Syllabus Hattiesburg EDR 474 Reading in the Middle and Secondary School 3 hours The development of reading skills in the content areas is explored Emphasis is on helping the middle and secondary school student read more effectively Prerequisite Admission to teacher education Link to Syllabus Hattiesburg EDU 483 Student Teaching Internship in the Elementary school 12 hours The student is assigned to an approved supervising teacher in a local school for 75 school days Attendance at scheduled seminars on the STAI or INTASC is required Link to Syllabus EDU 484 Student Teaching Internship in the secondary school 9 hours The student is assigned to an approved supervising teacher in a local school for 75 school days Attendance at scheduled seminars on the STAI or INTASC is required Link to Syllabus EDU 496 Student Teaching Internship in special subject Areas Art Health and Physical Education and Music 9 hours The student is assigned to an approved supervising teacher in a local school for 75 school days Attendance at

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  • Graduate Courses | William Carey University
    with faculty and community groups in educational decision making and resolving conflict Same as PSY 686 687 Practicum in School Administration and Supervision Three hours Seminar and practical experiences in studying and solving current problems in elementary secondary school administration 688 Community Relations Three hours Examines the relationship between organizations and the communities they serve and strategies used to maintain strong public support 689 leadership in organizations Three hours Examines both the leadership and management skills necessary in any organizational operation 695 Advanced Individual Study One to six hours Title and content of course will be determined when scheduled This course may be used to clear deficiencies in the student s program 699 Directed Study One to six hours This course is supervised experience and or study in administration at the elementary or secondary school level By special permission only English ENG The English Department of William Carey University in keeping with the Goals Statement as put forth by the Master of Education program seeks to provide students with academic credentials that may allow them to advance in the chosen field of employment opportunities to specialize in the chosen field of English opportunities to build upon their undergraduate studies and work experience and opportunities to become strong professional leaders within the English discipline Ordinarily the M Ed candidate who wishes to specialize in English will be an undergraduate English major or minor In general the M Ed English candidates should have a mastery of rhetoric composition literature and pedagogy Candidates who do not have an undergraduate major minor in English will have their undergraduate transcript evaluated so that academic deficiencies in English may be addressed before beginning the graduate program in English These deficiencies may require the candidate to enroll in additional undergraduate classes these classes however may be taken for pass fail credit Each M Ed English candidate will be assigned an academic advisor who will both guide the candidate in course selection and track the candidate s academic success Graduate English classes are listed under the Master of Arts in English section of this catalog History and Social Science HIS The department of history and social science seeks to provide Master of Education students with an opportunity to expand their methodological interpretative and factual acumen in social studies Typically the M Ed candidate who wishes to specialize in social studies will be an undergraduate history or social science major or minor Candidates who do not have an undergraduate major minor in history or social science will have their undergraduate transcript evaluated so that academic deficiencies in history and social science may be addressed before beginning the graduate program in social studies These deficiencies may require the candidate to enroll in additional undergraduate classes Each M Ed social studies candidate will be assigned an academic advisor Requirements for the social studies concentration include 15 hours of courses in graduate history or social science nine hours of core M Ed courses EDU 620 630 640 and six hours of graduate electives Only six hours of the total program may be taken at the 500 level 502 Progressive Era Three hours A study of reformers and reform in the United States during the early twentieth century 511 History of Christianity Three hours A study of Christianity s historical foundations expansion historical theology and cultural influences 513 Renaissance and Reformation Three hours A study of the Renaissance and the Protestant Reformation with primary attention given to the interrelationship of these movements 521 Historiography Three hours The theory and practice of historical writing from Herodotus to the antiquarian empiricists 532 History of Russia Three hours A survey of Russian history from Slavic origins to the present day 558 The Contemporary World Three hours A regional study of the world since 1945 570 The Roman Republic Three hours A study of the origins growth and demise of the Roman Republic in the ancient Mediterranean world 509 B C to 31 B C 571 The Roman Empire Three hours A study of the transition from Roman Republic to Roman Empire 31 B C to 312 A D 572 The Byzantine Empire Three hours A study of the survival of the Roman Empire in the East down to the fall of Constantinople in 1453 620 The British Empire Three hours A study of the political social economic and religious institutions of the British Empire from 1600 through 1947 621 Britain 1485 1714 Three hours A study of the government and culture of Britain and Ireland during the reigns of the Tudors and the Stuarts 622 Britain 1714 1850 Three hours The study of the emergence of Britain as the pre eminent world power 623 Reformation Historiography Three hours A study of the historiographical trends that have governed recent understandings of the European Reformation 624 French Revolution Three hours A study of the collapse of the Bourbon monarchy and its replacement by a revolutionary regime 625 Mississippi History Three hours A study of the history of Mississippi from pre history to the present 630 The later Roman Empire Three hours A study of the decline of the Roman world and its transformation into Medieval Europe 631 Historiography of Medieval Europe Three hours An historiographic study of major works of scholarship on the history of medieval Europe 300 1500 632 The Crusades Three hours A study of the development and history of the crusading movement in western history through the use of both primary and secondary sources 633 The Early Church Three hours A study of the rise of the early church as well as the various internal and external challenges faced by the earliest Christians 634 The Italian City State Three hours A study of the unique culture of the Italian city republics during the late medieval and Renaissance periods 650 European Historiography 1815 to the Present Three hours An historiographical study of periods and topics from the age of Metternich to the present 659 Historiography of Nineteenth Century America Three hours An historiographical study of topics and periods in nineteenth century America 660 Historiography of Modern America Three hours An historiographical study of topics and periods in modern America since 1950 669 Historiography of Asia and Africa Three hours An historiographical study of Asian and African topics Mathematics MAT The mathematics department of William Carey University in keeping with the goals statement of the Master of Education program offers a graduate mathematics curriculum designed to provide students with academic credentials that may allow them to advance in the chosen field of employment opportunities to specialize in the chosen field of the teaching of mathematics opportunities to build upon their undergraduate studies and work experience and opportunities to become strong professional leaders within the mathematics discipline Ordinarily the M Ed candidate who wishes to specialize in mathematics will be an undergraduate mathematics major or strong minor Candidates who do not have this background in mathematics will have their undergraduate transcript evaluated so that academic deficiencies may be addressed These deficiencies may require the candidate to enroll in additional undergraduate classes these classes however may be taken for pass fail credit Each Master of Education in mathematics candidate will be assigned an academic advisor who will guide the candidate in course selection Graduate mathematics classes are offered on a rotation schedule with the majority of the classes offered in the summer term 536 Geometry Three hours Euclidean and non Euclidean geometries with emphasis given to their logical development from basic assumptions are studied 541 Abstract Algebra Three hours The algebraic structure of the rational real and complex numbers is studied 551 Advanced Calculus Three hours An intensive and detailed study of continuous and differential functions 553 Differential Equations Three hours A basic course in differential equations including differential equations of the first order applications linear differential equations and series methods 603 Algebra with Technology Three hours A comprehensive study of the functions and capabilities of graphing calculators hand held computers and their dual use in mathematical computation and as a tool for understanding algebra topics and the graphs and properties of relations and functions A variety of mathematical explorations keyed to both the Mississippi Mathematics Framework and CUPM recommendations for the training of teachers of mathematics are used to attain skill in the use of each ca1cu1ator feature 613 Higher Math with Technology Three hours A comprehensive study of the functions and capabilities of graphing calculators hand held computers and their dual use in computation in analysis probability statistics and trigonometry and as a tool for understanding these topics A follow up to MAT 603 which is a useful previous course but not a required pre requisite 623 Mathematics with Technology Three hours A companion course to MAT 603 and MAT 613 this course emphasizes the use of computer algebra systems CAS on calculators and computers to develop an understanding of mathematics and to use these features in problem solving and computation 635 Foundations of Higher Math Three hours Logic sets relations functions denumerable sets cardinal numbers and ordered sets with emphasis throughout on the nature and techniques of mathematical proof 641 Seminar in Algebra Three hours An intensive study of algebra with emphasis on the relationship of algebra to other areas of mathematics 643 Seminar in linear Algebra Three hours An in depth study of linear algebra topics and applications with emphasis on vector spaces inner product spaces linear transformations eigenvectors eigenvalues and an introduction to numerical methods Prerequisite MAT 341 651 Seminar in Analysis Three hours An intensive study of analysis which emphasizes applications to real life problems 661 Seminar in Geometry Three hours An intensive study of selected topics in geometry 671 History of Mathematics Three hours A study of the origin and development of mathematical concepts in which an effort is made to discover the role of mathematics in the cultural development of mankind 672 Seminar in Mathematics Education Three hours Current trends and issues in the teaching of mathematics in secondary schools are studied Special emphasis will be given to problems in curriculum and methods of instruction 680 Seminar in Problem Solving Three hours An exploration of various mathematical topics and contexts to learn mathematics to pose problems and make conjectures to solve problems to develop a variety of problem solving strategies and to communicate mathematical demonstrations and proofs Master of Education Educational leadership The School of Education offers the Master of Education in Educational Leadership degree program which leads to elementary and secondary principal licensure in school administration P 12 This leadership degree is pending approval from the Mississippi Department of Education in fall 2011 Vision The vision of William Carey University s leadership program is to equip educational leadership candidates to become change agents for positively impacting students lives socially emotionally and academically Goals and objectives The vision and values are instilled through the following guiding principles Effective leaders develop and articulate reasonable personal and school goals Effective leaders are instructional leaders and are knowledgeable about analyzing data identifying securing and organizing appropriate resources for school reform human technological etc Effective leaders create nurturing and caring educational environments Effective leaders are knowledgeable about safe practices regarding ethical legal social and political issues Effective leaders skillfully communicate with internal and external publics Effective leaders emphasize the importance of literacy and Effective leaders skillfully practice leadership theories in real world settings Admissions Requirements A General Each applicant must hold a baccalaureate degree or graduate degree from an accredited college or university Each applicant must file with the graduate office of admissions the following Documentation certifying at least three years of teaching experience A resume transcripts and licensure Graduate Record Exam score or Miller s Analogy Score competitive A letter of support from school superintendent and a letter of support from the principal Additionally applicant must have a G P A of 3 0 for the last 64 hours in the undergraduate program or 3 5 in the graduate program After acceptance by the graduate office of admissions each applicant must complete a writing sample and interview administered by the department of educational leadership B Other Students move through the program in cohorts A minimum of 36 semester hours of graduate work must be completed with a minimum grade point average of 3 25 maintained Only two grades lower than a B are allowed Upon receiving a second grade lower than a B a student is advised to repeat on one of the first two grades lower than a B before continuing in the program A student making a third grade lower than a B will be dismissed from the program All appeals to policy relative to academic standing are made through the appropriate dean and as necessary to the graduate academic appeals subcommittee of the graduate committee A student must complete all required work within a period of six years after enrolling in graduate courses A thesis is not an option in the Master of Education in Educational Leadership degree A written comprehensive examination will be required of each candidate prior to graduation The contents of this examination will be determined by the graduate faculty A student must have met all other degree requirements and be enrolled in the final six hours in order to take the comprehensive examination A signed program of study should be on file prior to completing 12 hours Candidates must successfully meet state requirements for Praxis SLLA School Leadership Licensure Assessment and any other licensure requirements mandated by the State of Mississippi as a graduation requirement Participation in the graduation ceremony is required Degrees are not conferred in absentia except by the office of academic affairs special permission for which students must submit a written request Students who are candidates for May degrees are required to file applications for their degrees in the registrar s office by October 15 Candidates for August graduation must file by March 31 Late applications will be accepted up to 30 days after the respective deadlines There will be a 50 late fee in addition to the graduation fee Curriculum for Master of Education in Educational leadership Degree The academic requirements for a Master of Education in Educational Leadership degree consist of 36 semester hours from four categories Landscapes LANDSCAPE ONE Organizational Horizons EDL 601 Organizational Leadership 3 hours EDL 602 Roles of the Principal 3 hours LANDSCAPE TWO Instructional Horizons EDL 603 Research Based Instruction 3 hours EDL 604 Data Driven Instruction 3 hours EDL 608 Best Practices 3 hours EDL 607 Instructional Leadership 3 hours EDL 617 Human and Student Diversity 3 hours LANDSCAPE THREE Humanistic Horizons EDL 605 Human Resources Management 3 hours EDL 606 Judicial and Ethics Considerations 3 hours EDL 688 School and Community Climates 3 hours LANDSCAPE FOUR Practicing Horizons EDL 635 Practicum and Internship 6 hours Internship I Pass or Fail Grade 1 hour Internship II Pass or Fail Grade 1 hour Internship III Pass or Fail Grade 1 hour Internship IV A B or C 3 hours Course Descriptions Educational Leadership EDL 601 organizational leadership Three hours The study of the fundamental principles and culture of the educational organization and administration as well as concepts for development and growth 602 Roles of the Principal Three hours This course identifies specific roles of the principal and equips the school leader in becoming a facilitator in sustaining a school culture that promotes the success of students and staff by ensuring management of the organization and resources for a safe efficient and effective learning environment 603 Data Driven Instruction Three hours This course examines the utilization of educational data to make informed decisions for leading schools 604 Research Based Instruction Three hours This is a study of research based approaches to leading and assessing instructional processes Required of all graduate students in the Master of Education in Educational Leadership degree program 605 Human Resources Management Three hours This course examines the processes of personnel administration in educational organizations for both certified and non certified personnel It provides a comprehensive overview of personnel administration as it relates to recruitment selection orientation professional development motivation work incentives grievance management reduction in force employee discipline employee evaluation salary fringe benefits sexual harassment discrimination and worker s compensation 606 Judicial and Ethics Considerations Three hours This course includes the exploration of local state and federal laws court decisions and legal opinions affecting public education 607 Instructional leadership Three hours This course trains the candidate to organize human financial physical and community resources for leading school improvement 608 Best Practices Three hours This course examines the new standards for various subject areas for the state of the art teaching as set by national educational and professional organizations as well as national exemplary programs 617 Human and Student Diversity Three hours This course helps the candidate to understand students from diverse and cultural backgrounds and examines ways to develop learning environments that support and improve student learning 635 Practicum and Internship Six hours Participation in reflective field experiences and observations of all aspects of day to day school operations 400 internship hours 688 School Community Climates Three hours The course examines the relationship between organizations and communities and explores strategies to maintain healthy school support SPECIALIST IN EDUCATION Specialized Concentrations Elementary Education Elementary Education for MAT Graduates Secondary Education Higher Education Administration The School of Education offers the Specialist in Education degree program with concentrations in elementary education elementary education for MAT graduates secondary education and higher education administration Elementary Education Concentration Admission Requirements Students are admitted to the specialist program as a cohort class When a sufficient applicant pool is available prospective candidates will be interviewed provide a writing sample and complete other requirements No students will be admitted on a provisional or probationary basis Students may transfer in no more than six hours of coursework from any institution into the program Coursework used in a previous degree may not be used toward the specialist degree To fulfill requirements for admission to the specialist in elementary education degree program the student must Hold

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  • Programs of Study | William Carey University
    Card Participating Businesses Carey Magazine Alumni Chapters Campus Life Student Activities Student Organizations Student Government Association Intramural Sports How to Create an Organization Quest for the Cup Student Activities Forms Student Life Office Redbook Campus Dining Housing Application Process Residence Halls Check In Check Out Information What to Bring Housing Standards Meet the Staff Frequently Asked Questions Students With Disabilities Baptist Student Union Weekly Activities Missions Tradition BSU About Us BSU Links Staff Page Security Saderwatch Campus Crime Statistics Sexual Misconduct Redbook About Campuses Hattiesburg Tradition Administration Administrative Council Board of Trustees Organizational Chart Institutional Effectiveness President Dr Tommy King Museums Galleries Collections Center for the Study of the Life Work of William Carey D D Sarah Gillespie Collection Clarence Dickinson Special Collection Lucile Parker Gallery Chain Garden About Carey History of William Carey University Accreditation Mission Vision Theme Verse Speakers Bureau News Events Tuition Aid Giving To Carey Ways to Give Single and Recurring Gifts Planned Giving In Kind Gifts Scholarships Matching Gifts Memorial Gifts Annual Fund Current Priority Projects Donor Recognition Donor Testimonials Student Foundation Publications Why You Should Give to Carey Supporting Carey Mississippi Gives Day Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Catalogs and Course Schedules Change of Status Form Counselors and Staff Tuition Fees Events Admission Requirements Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Freshmen Students Graduate Students Transfer Students English Language Center Living on Campus Testimonials International Student Life International Student Services Campus Visits Special Events Testing CLEP Program Residual ACT Miller Analogies Test MAT Current High School Students High School Dual Credit Step Ahead Program You are here Home Academics Education Departments MESSAGE Programs of Study Bachelor of Science B S Art Education K 12 Biology Education 7 12 Biology Chemistry Education 7 12 Elementary Education K 6 Online English Education 7 12 Health Physical Education Recreation Online Mathematics

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  • Contact Information | William Carey University
    Frequently Asked Questions Students With Disabilities Baptist Student Union Weekly Activities Missions Tradition BSU About Us BSU Links Staff Page Security Saderwatch Campus Crime Statistics Sexual Misconduct Redbook About Campuses Hattiesburg Tradition Administration Administrative Council Board of Trustees Organizational Chart Institutional Effectiveness President Dr Tommy King Museums Galleries Collections Center for the Study of the Life Work of William Carey D D Sarah Gillespie Collection Clarence Dickinson Special Collection Lucile Parker Gallery Chain Garden About Carey History of William Carey University Accreditation Mission Vision Theme Verse Speakers Bureau News Events Tuition Aid Giving To Carey Ways to Give Single and Recurring Gifts Planned Giving In Kind Gifts Scholarships Matching Gifts Memorial Gifts Annual Fund Current Priority Projects Donor Recognition Donor Testimonials Student Foundation Publications Why You Should Give to Carey Supporting Carey Mississippi Gives Day Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Catalogs and Course Schedules Change of Status Form Counselors and Staff Tuition Fees Events Admission Requirements Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Freshmen Students Graduate Students Transfer Students English Language Center Living on Campus Testimonials International Student Life International Student Services Campus Visits Special Events Testing CLEP Program Residual ACT Miller Analogies Test MAT Current High School Students High School Dual Credit Step Ahead Program You are here Home Academics Education Departments MESSAGE Contact Information School of Education Administration Hattiesburg Campus Dean School of Education Dr Ben Burnett 601 318 6144 bburnett wmcarey edu Program Administrative Assistant Ms Earline Herrin 601 318 6139 eherrin wmcarey edu Department of Curriculum and Instruction Dr Tammie Brown 601 318 6603 tbrown wmcarey edu Department of Educational Leadership Dr Liesa Weaver 601 318 6600 lweaver wmcarey edu Department of Physical Education Health and Recreation Mr Greg Bullock 601 318 6558 cbullock wmcarey edu Secretary Mrs Cynthia Smith 601 318 6600 csmith wmcarey edu Licensure Director and Federal

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  • Department of Curriculum & Instruction | William Carey University
    Student Government Association Intramural Sports How to Create an Organization Quest for the Cup Student Activities Forms Student Life Office Redbook Campus Dining Housing Application Process Residence Halls Check In Check Out Information What to Bring Housing Standards Meet the Staff Frequently Asked Questions Students With Disabilities Baptist Student Union Weekly Activities Missions Tradition BSU About Us BSU Links Staff Page Security Saderwatch Campus Crime Statistics Sexual Misconduct Redbook About Campuses Hattiesburg Tradition Administration Administrative Council Board of Trustees Organizational Chart Institutional Effectiveness President Dr Tommy King Museums Galleries Collections Center for the Study of the Life Work of William Carey D D Sarah Gillespie Collection Clarence Dickinson Special Collection Lucile Parker Gallery Chain Garden About Carey History of William Carey University Accreditation Mission Vision Theme Verse Speakers Bureau News Events Tuition Aid Giving To Carey Ways to Give Single and Recurring Gifts Planned Giving In Kind Gifts Scholarships Matching Gifts Memorial Gifts Annual Fund Current Priority Projects Donor Recognition Donor Testimonials Student Foundation Publications Why You Should Give to Carey Supporting Carey Mississippi Gives Day Admissions Undergraduate Admissions Catalogs and Course Schedules Change of Status Form Counselors and Staff Tuition Fees Events Admission Requirements Graduate Admissions International Student Admissions Freshmen Students Graduate Students Transfer Students English Language Center Living on Campus Testimonials International Student Life International Student Services Campus Visits Special Events Testing CLEP Program Residual ACT Miller Analogies Test MAT Current High School Students High School Dual Credit Step Ahead Program You are here Home Academics Education Departments MESSAGE Department of Curriculum Instruction The purpose of the School of Education is to provide professional training and study that will prepare the education student to pursue a career in the field of education This training is characterized by course content field assignments practica and clinical experiences Our Mission To develop caring reflective decision makers Our Duties The Department of Curriculum and Instruction is responsible for the development of undergraduate and graduate curricula in Elementary Education K 6 B S Elementary Education Endorsements in Mild and Moderate Disabilities K 12 Reading Education K 12 Mathematics Education 7 12 Social Studies Education 7 12 Science Education 7 12 English Education 7 12 Master of Education M Ed M Ed Elementary Education M Ed in the Art of Teaching Elementary Education Educational Specialist Ed S Elementary Education Secondary Education 7 12 B S Social Studies Education B A English Education B S Mathematics Education B S Biology Education B S Biology Chemistry Education M Ed Secondary Education M Ed in the Art of Teaching Secondary Education M Ed Social Studies Education M Ed English Education M Ed Biology Education Ed S Secondary Education Special Subjects K 12 B F A Art Education M Ed Art Education M Ed Gifted Education M Ed Dyslexia Therapy M Ed Mild and Moderate Disabilities Contact Information Hattiesburg Campus Chair Dr Tammie Brown tbrown wmcarey edu 601 318 6603 Faculty Phyllis Armstrong parmstrong wmcarey edu 601 318 6142 Faculty Dr Bitsy Brown Miller bmiller wmcarey edu 601

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  • Department of Physical Education, Health & Recreation | William Carey University
    PED 433 PED 436 and PED 437 nine hours in recreation from REC 301 REC 302 REC 303 REC 304 REC 305 REC 306 and REC 307 and 12 hours of electives from the courses listed above Coaching Minor Twenty one semester hours including PED 222 329 432 and six hours from the following PED 331 333 or 334 Six additional hours may be elected from any PED theory course Recreation Minor Eighteen semester hours of recreation courses Course Descriptions for Physical Education PED Course NO Course Name Course Hours Course Description Course Syllabus PED 222 Organization of Practice and Scouting of Team Sports 3 hours Principles for organizing and administering a practice session Scouting techniques for football basketball and baseball View Download PED 231 History and Introduction to Physical Education 3 hours Physical Education in America from the Colonial days to the present View Download PED 324 Anatomy Physiology 3 hours A study of the physical structure of the body and how each system relates in its function View Download PED 325 Motor Development and Creative Rhythms for Elementary School 3 hours The development and refinement of skillful performance in gymnastics rhythms and games View Download PED 329 Philosophy and Psychology of Coaching 3 hours A study of how sports became a part of the school and society an analysis of the purpose values nature and scope of coaching View Download PED 331 The theory and Practice of Coaching Basketball 3 hours View Download PED 333 The theory and Practice of Coaching Baseball 3 hours View Download PED 334 The theory and Practice of Coaching Soccer 3 hours View Download PED 336 Kinesiology 3 hours The scientific principles of movement muscles and muscular actions and mechanical principles such as levers laws of motion stability and momentum View Download PED 337 Methods of teaching Health and Physical Education in Elementary Schools 3 hours A study of principles of learning principles of teaching class organization teaching techniques and materials of elementary school View Download PED 338 Health and Physical Education in Elementary Schools 3 hours A study of how physical education physical fitness health and wellness and movement can be effectively used in the elementary grades View Download PED 339 Methods of teaching Health and Physical Education in Secondary Schools 3 hours A study of principles of learning principles of teaching class organization teaching techniques and materials of secondary school View Download PED 432 The Care and Prevention of Sports Injuries 3 hours Basic fundamentals and techniques in the prevention diagnosis treatment and care of injuries View Download PED 433 Organization and Administration of Physical Education 3 hours General Principles of Administration and their effects upon the organization of a physical education program View Download PED 436 Tests and Measurements in Physical Education 3 hours Techniques of constructing administering and analyzing written and skill test in health and physical education View Download PED 437 Physical Education for the Exceptional Child 3 hours The nature of certain physical and mental handicaps and

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