Quality Education in the Benedictine Tradition
The Education Department now offers an online component in their curriculum.
Dr. Mary Beth Spore, DeanSchool of Social Sciences, Communication, and EducationPhone: 724-805-2950Fax: 724-532-5083 firstname.lastname@example.org
School of Social Sciences, Communication, and Education
Candidates will be able to:
Requirement for K-12 CertificationIn addition to the courses listed below, candidates must satisfy the requirements for a major in an academic degree program related to their area of certification and have a minimum of six (6) credits in English [one (1) composition, one (1) literature] and six (6) credits in college mathematics (100-level or above). Courses in psychology (12 credits)PY 115 Educational Psychology* - 3 creditsPY 214 Adolescent Psychology* - 3 creditsPY 290 Psychology/Education of the Exceptional Student - 3 creditsCourses in basic pedagogy (16 credits)ED 100 Foundations of Education* - 3 creditsED 205 Strategies and Techniques of Instruction - 2 creditsED 208 Classroom Partnerships and Inclusion - 3 creditsED 220 Academic Intervention and Differentiation in the Content Areas - 2 creditsED 300-306 Teaching in the Content Area (discipline area) - 3 creditsED 390 Teaching Nonnative and Culturally Diverse Students - 3 creditsField experiences (17 credits)ED 103 Field Experience I: K-12 and Secondary** - 1 creditED 206 Field Experience II: Strategies and Techniques of Instruction - 1 creditED 322 Field Experience III: K-12 and Secondary Instruction and Theory - 1 creditED 400 Field Experience IV: Pre-Student Teaching Practicum - 2 creditsED 410 Field Experience V: Student Teaching Internship - 8 creditsED 411 Professional Seminar - 3 credits
*Also fulfills Core Curriculum requirements.**ED 207 (Practicum in Education I) may be substituted for ED 103 K-12 Certification Content Majors:Chinese Language and Culture Minor with History MajorArtSpanishFrenchEnvironmental EducationBusiness, Computer and Tech