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Teaching and Learning (TEAC)

201: Teaching and Learning in Diverse Settings I. (3-2-2)
Course Prerequisite: Admission into the AST program
This course, the first of a two course sequence, introduces candidates to the field of teaching by focusing on professional responsibilities of educators and the development of elementary school children. Three primary topics will be addressed within the course: Professional Issues for Education Careers, Child Development, and Technology for Teaching and Learning. The course will involve a combination of lecture, group learning, reflection, and site-based experiences within schools.

203: Teaching and Learning in Diverse Settings II. (3 credit hours)
Prerequisite: TEAC 201
This course, the second of a two course sequence, focuses on the diverse needs of students and the role of educators in recognizing and addressing learners’ needs. Two primary topics will be addressed within the course: Diverse Ways of Knowing and Learning and Professional Issues of Diversity in Education. The course will involve a combination of lecture, group learning, reflection and site-based experiences within schools.

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