CRN# Dept Crse Sec Hrs Course Name Day Start End
 
January 13 - May 9
30262 EDUC 2123 M01 3 The Teaching Profession TR 11:00am  12:15
    Enrollment: 22 Location: GOODHU 306 Inst: Harry Starr
  Overview of formalized schooling; influence of cultural background and socioeconomic status on child development and learning; teacher ethics; legal issues; student diversity; and curriculum.. Includes a study of the historical movements of Western thought that have shaped contemporary educational theory and practice in the United States. Students will analyze the underlying philosophical themes revealed in the current structure and content of primary, middle level, and secondary education. Includes field experience component.
 
30266 EDUC 2123 M02 3 The Teaching Profession TR 02:00pm  03:15
    Enrollment: 19 Location: GOODHU 315 Inst: Harry Starr
 
30260 EDUC 2243 M01 3 Children'S Literature TR 11:00am  12:15
    Enrollment: 16 Location: GOODHU 200 Inst: Melissa Arnold
  Reading and evaluation of books and related materials for children in grades P-5. A review of the interests and needs of children at different ages. Discussion of issues in children's reading.
 
30254 EDUC 2713 M01 3 Intro To Educ Technology TR 08:00am  09:15
    Enrollment: 16 Location: GOODHU 107 Inst: Robert Williams
  Introduces the student to the theory and practice of instructional technology from historical and pragmatic perspectives. Studies the context and rationale for technology infusion in education, the definition of instructional technology, its development in practice, the history of the field and current trends and issues. Students develop competencies in educational technology appraisal, technologically mediated communication and research, and the selection, development and application of multimedia to instruction. Prerequisite or Co-requisite: EDUC 2123.
 
30258 EDUC 2713 M02 3 Intro To Educ Technology TR 09:30am  10:45
    Enrollment: 15 Location: GOODHU 107 Inst: Robert Williams
 
30275 EDUC 3123 M01 3 Prin Of Lifelong Learning T 05:30pm  08:00
    Enrollment: 9 Location: GOODHU 200 Inst: Debbi Lindsey
  A study of psychology's role in the understanding of human growth and development and its effect on learning. Students will become conversant with prevalent learning theories, experimental findings, and other data applicable to teaching and learning in the education profession. Students will integrate and apply the course knowledge base through case studies and application in K-12 educational settings. Prerequisites: PSYC 1003 and Acceptance into the Teacher Education Program (Stage 1). GE INTERMEDIATE - ENGAGED LOCAL & GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP
 
30252 EDUC 3143 M01 3 The Exceptional Learner M 05:30pm  08:00
    Enrollment: 15 Location: GOODHU 206 Inst: Linda Young
  A study of the social, psychological, and physiological aspects of diverse student needs in the classroom that include learning disabilities, the gifted, and the visually, aurally, physically, emotionally, and neurologically challenged. A major focus of the course is differentiation of instruction and accomodating the needs of learners. In the field component, education candidates will work collaboratively with the classroom teacher in assisting student learning. Prerequisite: PSYC 1003 and admission to the Teacher Education Program.
 
30251 EDUC 3223 M01 3 Teach Rdg & Lang Arts P-5 M 03:00pm  05:25
    Enrollment: 6 Location: GOODHU 200 Inst: Sarah Burton
  Reading/language arts methods, materials, and media for grades P-5 with special emphasis on theories of reading acquisition and development, multi-cultural experiences, and computer use in language arts and reading. Includes a field experience component. Prerequisites: Acceptance in the Teacher Education Program and EDUC 3413. GE INTERMEDIATE - INQUIRY & ANALYSIS
 
30658 EDUC 3313 M01 3 Literature For Grades 5-9 T 04:00pm  06:30
    Enrollment: 5 Location: GOODHU 206 Inst: Rhonda Kimbler
  Read and evaluate books and related materials for children grades 5-9. Identification and discussion of the types of children's literature. Includes field hours. Pre-requisites: EDUC 3403 or EDUC 3413.
 
30261 EDUC 3403 M01 3 Fund Of Secondary Education TR 11:00am  12:15
    Enrollment: 13 Location: GOODHU 206 Inst: Larry Ennis
  Students develop competencies in standards-based lesson/unit planning and lesson presentation at the secondary level. Students also utilize research-based best practice teaching and learning strategies. Includes a field experience component. Prerequisite or Corequiste: EDUC 2123 GE INTERMEDIATE - EFFECTIVE COMMUNIATION
 
30265 EDUC 3413 M01 3 Fund Of Elem & Middle Gr Educ TR 12:30pm  01:45
    Enrollment: 12 Location: GOODHU 206 Inst: Larry Ennis
  Students develop competencies in standards-based lesson/unit planning and lesson presentation at the elementary and middle grades level. Students also utilize research-based best practice teaching and learning strategies. Includes a field experience component. Prerequisite or Corequisite: EDUC 2123. GE INTERMEDIATE - EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION
 
30253 EDUC 4103 M01 3 Measurement & Assessment In Ed W 06:00pm  08:30
    Enrollment: 8 Location: GOODHU 200 Inst: Donald Wilkerson
  A pragmatic approach to the study of educational tests and measurements that explains essential psychometric concepts and their application in the classroom. Includes a thorough discussion of performance and portfolio assessments as well as how to assess special needs students. Examines construction, selection, administration, interpretation, and utilization of evaluation techniques and instruments, including statistical interpretations. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Teacher Education Program.
 
30250 EDUC 4243 M01 3 Meth/Mat P-5 Science TR 02:00pm  03:15
    Enrollment: 5 Location: GOODHU 200 Inst: Judy Bradshaw
  Course includes interpreting children's science experiences and guiding development of their scientific concepts; and a briefing of science content material and its use for children. Computer software designed for science instruction will be applied and evaluated. Includes a field experience component. Prerequisites: Acceptance into the Teacher Education Program and EDUC 3413.
 
30263 EDUC 4263 M01 3 Classroom Mgmt P-5, 5-9, P-12 TR 12:30pm  01:45
    Enrollment: 1 Location: GOODHU 200 Inst: Melissa Arnold
  Designed to develop techniques for establishing rules and procedures used in establishing and maintaining a safe learning environment. Included are discipline strategies and an introduction to the Kentucky Teacher Internship Program. Includes a field experience component. Prerequisites: Acceptance into the Teacher Education Program, EDUC 3413 and EDUC 3223 or EDUC 3323 or EDUC 3403.
 
30257 EDUC 4333 M01 3 Curr & Meth In The Middle Grds TR 09:30am  10:45
    Enrollment: 2 Location: GOODHU 200 Inst: Linda Young
  Study of the philosophies and organization of instruction in the middle grades, methods for the teaching majors, discipline strategies, and classroom management techniques. Includes a field experience component. Prerequisites: Acceptance into the Teacher Education Program, EDUC 3413, EDUC 3523, and second semester junior standing. Course Rotation: Spring. GE INTERMEDIATE - APPLICATION/ INTEGRATION OF KNOWLEDGE
 
30256 EDUC 4433 M01 3 Curr & Methodology In Sec Sch TR 09:30am  10:45
    Enrollment: 7 Location: GOODHU 200 Inst: Linda Young
  An in-depth study of discipline-specific principles of secondary curriculum and instruction. Topics include: theory and standards organizing disciplinary scope and sequence; preparation of activities, lessons and unit plans; micro-teaching; and the study and application of integrative principles and techniques. Students develop competencies in disciplinary curriculum design and expand repertoire of assessment and instructional strategies appropriate to their content area. Includes a field experience component. Prerequisites: Acceptance into the Teacher Education Program, EDUC 3403, EDUC 3523, and second semester junior standing. Course Rotation: Spring. GE INTERMEDIATE - APPLICATION/INTEGRATION OF KNOWLEDGE
 
30264 EDUC 4463 M01 3 Classroom Mgt 5-9 And 8-12 TR 12:30pm  01:45
    Enrollment: 3 Location: GOODHU 200 Inst: Melissa Arnold
  Acquaints the student with classroom organization, discipline strategies, and classroom management techniques. Designed as a culminating experience prior to student teaching that prepares students for effective classroom management in rural school settings. Includes a field experience component. Prerequisites: Acceptance into the Teacher Education Program and EDUC 3403 or EDUC 3413 and second semester junior standing.
 
30248 EDUC 4600 M01 12 Supervised Student Teaching M 03:30pm  04:30
    Enrollment: 5 Location: GOODHU 206 Inst: Larry Ennis
  The student-teacher is expected to observe systematically expert teaching and to engage, under supervision, in the conduct of class sessions. The student-teacher also is expected to acquire skills in, and familiarity with the co-curriculur activities of a teacher. Personal and group conferences and systematic supervision by faculty members are part of this requirement. Open only to students who have been approved for this part of the program. Co- requisite: EDUC 4603. Grading: A-F GE MASTERY - EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION - INQUIRY & ANALYSIS - APPLICATION/INTEGRATION OF KNOWLEDGE
 
30249 EDUC 4600 M02 12 Supervised Student Teaching M 03:30pm  04:30
    Enrollment: 5 Location: GOODHU 206 Inst: Larry Ennis
 
30271 EDUC 4600 M03 12 Supervised Student Teaching T 03:30pm  04:45
    Enrollment: 5 Location: GOODHU 200 Inst: Melissa Arnold
 
30272 EDUC 4603 M01 3 Practicum T 03:30pm  04:45
    Enrollment: 15 Location: CAVERN Inst: Cornelius Faulkner
  Taken during the student teaching semester, this course studies the curriculum, methods, media, computer software materials, and instructional procedures in the content areas in education with an emphasis on field experience. Corequisite: EDUC 4600.