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Teacher Education - Course Descriptions
Teacher Education | Course Descriptions | NYSTCE

TED 500 Lives of Children
This course focuses on the experience of childhood from infancy to pre- adolescence using developmental, historical, and cultural approaches. Students consider different theories of development with implications for learning and instruction. Consideration will be given to the role of culture, gender, disability, race, class, language, and sexual orientation in the process of learning and development. Three credits.

TED 505 Issues in Education
This course examines the intersection of individuals, families, schools, communities, and society as they exist and interact in a range of settings. Through readings and class discussions, students explore schooling from historical, philosophical, sociological, economic, and political perspectives. Students also investigate how factors such as language ability, socioeconomic class, ethnicity, race, gender, and sexuality influence and shape education. Three credits.

TED 510 Introduction to Students with Disabilities
This course focuses on the nature and needs of students with a range of disabilities and special health-care needs, and the effect of these disabilities and needs on learning and behavior. Course participants examine the field of special education including historical perspectives and current practices, legal mandates, assessment and planning procedures, and instructional strategies. Students also explore the uses of technology, instructional as well as assistive, to enhance teaching and learning. They develop skills for collaborating with families as well as with other professionals in order to help students with disabilities attain their highest levels of academic achievement and independence. Three credits.

TED 515 Multicultural Perspectives in Education
This course examines the historical evolution, theories, and practices of multicultural education. Factors of race, ethnicity, culture, language, socioeconomic status, gender, ability, and sexual orientation are explored as they relate to teaching and learning. Students investigate instructional strategies and design curricula that support multicultural education and select and evaluate commercially available multicultural curricula and literature. Three credits.

TED 516 Learning in Bilingual/Multicultural Settings
This course focuses on the individual, social, cognitive and linguistic nature of bilingualism, including second language acquisition, sociology of language, and the relationship between language and culture. Students also explore the socio-political, historical, and legal foundations that have shaped bilingual and multicultural education policies, program models, and teaching and assessment practices. In addition, students develop an understanding of the distinction between language differences and language disability as they examine issues relating to second language learners with diverse learning needs. Field experience required. 3 credits.

TED 520 Language and Literacy
This course focuses on the relationship between oral language and reading and writing. Students examine theories of cognition, syntactic and semantic development, comprehension, metalinguistics, and vocabulary growth and how they relate to reading and writing processes. Principles of first and second language acquisition, dialectal differences, and the development of literacy in English language learners, bilingual children, and youngsters with a range of learning difficulties are addressed. Attention is focused on the social and cultural contexts of language use, function, and literacy acquisition. Students examine approaches to curriculum development and instruction based on theories of language development, learning processes, motivation, and reading and writing acquisition. Three credits.

TED 525 Teaching Literacy and Language Arts 1-6
This course focuses on the teaching of literacy in grades 1-6 to native English speakers and students who are English language learners, including methods of reading enrichment and remediation. Students are introduced to theories of literacy development, a variety of approaches for teaching reading, writing, listening and speaking, including strategies for teaching phonological awareness, word recognition, phonics, vocabulary, study skills, comprehension, and building literacy in the content areas. Assessing literacy abilities, including but not limited to identifying dyslexia, interventions for students experiencing difficulty in acquiring literacy skills, organizing and managing the classroom for literacy instruction, and using technology for teaching and learning are also addressed. Three credits.

TED 530 Teaching Social Studies/ The Arts 1-6
This course examines curriculum development, instructional planning, and multiple research validated instructional strategies for teaching social studies to children within the full range of abilities in the childhood classroom. Students also explore a variety of art forms to integrate arts activities into the curriculum. Three credits.

TED 535 Teaching Science/ Technology 1-6
This course examines curriculum development, instructional planning, and multiple research validated instructional strategies for teaching science to children within the full range of abilities in the childhood classroom. Students explore the uses of technology in teaching and learning, instructional as well as assistive technology, to acquire information, communicate and, overall, enhance teaching and learning. Three credits.

TED 540 Teaching Math/Technology 1-6
This course focuses on curriculum development, instructional planning, and multiple research validated instructional strategies for teaching mathematics to children within the full range of abilities in the childhood classroom as well as formal and informal methods of assessing mathematical learning.. Students also learn to use technology for acquiring mathematical skills and strategies, problem solving, and overall, enhancing teaching and learning. Three credits.

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TED 545 Promoting Wellness in the Classroom
This course focuses on the knowledge and strategies needed by teachers to ensure a safe and nurturing learning environment. Topics include, but are not limited to, means for identifying and reporting suspected child abuse and maltreatment, means for instructing students for the purpose of preventing child abduction, preventing alcohol, tobacco and other drug abuse, providing safety education, providing instruction in fire and arson prevention, and means for the prevention of and intervention in school violence. One credit.

TED 550 Teaching Literacy 5-12
This course focuses on the teaching of the literacy skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing to native English speakers and to students who are English language learners at the middle childhood and adolescence education levels, including methods of reading enrichment and remediation. Students are introduced to theories of literacy development, a variety of approaches to teaching literacy, particularly strategies for teaching vocabulary, comprehension, study skills and building literacy in the content areas. Assessing literacy abilities, including but not limited to identifying dyslexia, interventions for students experiencing difficulty, organizing and managing the classroom for literacy instruction, and using technology for teaching and learning are also addressed. Three credits.

TED 555 Foundations of Middle Childhood Education
This course explores academic, social, and emotional issues that impact on middle childhood education. Strategies for fostering motivation, promoting positive social interaction skills, classroom management, assessment, curriculum development, and instruction, for students within the full range of abilities, in a middle school environment, are addressed. Course participants also focus on building collaborative relationships among students, families, and school personnel. Three credits.

TED 560 Teaching Methods in Middle Childhood and Adolescence Education: General
This course focuses on curriculum approaches, assessment techniques, techniques for classroom management and organization, uses of technology, and research validated instructional strategies appropriate for students within the full range of abilities at the middle childhood and adolescence education levels. Three credits.

TED 566 Teaching Methods in Middle Childhood and Adolescence: English
This course explores approaches to curriculum planning and development, assessment, and instruction for English at the middle childhood and adolescence education levels. Course participants examine ways to use technology (assistive and instructional), for both teaching and learning, and become familiar with multiple research validated teaching strategies for students within the full range of abilities at the middle childhood and adolescence levels to master the learning standards in English. Three credits.

TED 567 Teaching Methods in Middle Childhood and Adolescence: Social Studies
This course explores approaches to curriculum planning and development, assessment, and instruction for Social Studies at the middle childhood and adolescence education levels. Course participants examine ways to use technology assistive and instructional), for both teaching and learning, and become familiar with multiple research validated teaching strategies for students within the full range of abilities at the middle childhood and adolescence levels to master the learning standards in Social Studies. Three credits.

TED 568 Teaching Methods in Middle Childhood and Adolescence Languages other than English
Curriculum development, formal and informal assessment techniques and research-validated instructional strategies for teaching languages other than English to students within the full range of abilities are the focuses of this course. Course participants explore approaches to the teaching of listening, speaking, reading, writing, and communicating in a new language, including culturally relevant material for those cultures represented by the target language. Students learn to incorporate interventions for remediation and enrichment as well as the uses of technology to enhance teaching and learning. Three credits.

TED 569 Teaching Languages other than English in the Elementary School
This course focuses on teaching languages other than English in grades 1-6. The course examines curriculum development, formal and informal assessment techniques, and research validated instructional strategies for teaching languages to children within the full range of abilities. Course participants explore approaches to the teaching of listening, speaking, reading, writing, and communicating in a new language, including culturally relevant material for those cultures represented by the target language. Students learn to incorporate interventions for remediation and enrichment as well as the uses of technology to enhance teaching and learning. Three credits.

TED 571 Teaching Methods in Middle Childhood and Adolescence: Mathematics
This course explores approaches to curriculum planning and development, assessment, and instruction for Mathematics at the middle childhood and adolescence education levels. Course participants examine ways to use technology (assistive and instructional), for both teaching and learning, and become familiar with multiple research validated teaching strategies for students within the full range of abilities at the middle childhood and adolescence levels to master the learning standards in Mathematics. Three credits.

TED 572 Teaching Methods in Middle Childhood and Adolescence: Science
This course explores approaches to curriculum planning and development, assessment, and instruction for Science at the middle childhood and adolescence education levels. Course participants examine ways to use technology (assistive and instructional), for both teaching and learning, and become familiar with multiple research validated teaching strategies for students within the full range of abilities at the middle childhood and adolescence levels to master the learning standards in Science. Three credits.

TED 575 Lives of Adolescents
This course focuses on the experiences of pre-adolescents and adolescents from diverse backgrounds with a range of abilities using developmental, historical, and cultural approaches. Theories of development are studied as they apply to the adolescent learner in families, communities, peer groups and schools. Physical, cognitive, socio-emotional and moral domains of development with implications for learning will be studied. Throughout the course, attention will be given to ways in which culture, gender, disability, race, class, language, ethnicity and sexual orientation play roles in the process of learning and development. Three credits.

TED 600 Introduction to Students with Learning Problems
This course focuses on the nature and needs of children and adolescents with learning disabilities and with other mild disabilities that interfere with learning. Students explore historical trends, current issues, definitions, etiological factors, and social/emotional components. They also study the theoretical bases for and practical applications of assessments and interventions. Three credits.

TED 605 Teaching Students with Learning Problems
This course focuses on curriculum development, instructional planning and research validated methods of teaching students with mild disabilities, such as learning disabilities, including, but not limited to, methods of teaching literacy, mathematics, and social skills. Students also explore how to plan and manage teaching/learning environments and use assistive and instructional technology so youngsters with disabilities can be successful in a range of settings, particularly the general education classroom, and best access the general education curriculum. Three credits.

TED 610 Assessing Students with Literacy and Learning Problems
This course focuses on the assessment of children and youth with a range of literacy and/or learning problems. Course participants explore formal and informal assessment measures and strategies and how to use information gathered through assessment and analysis to plan or modify instruction. Topics covered include measurement concepts, administering tests and interpreting test data, communicating testing information to parents, caregivers, and school personnel, using testing information for instructional planning, and legal mandates. Students will be required to perform assessments. Three credits.

TED 612 Assessment of English Language Learners in Special Education
This course is designed to develop competency in implementing appropriate multidisciplinary assessment techniques for English language learners with disabilities. Students will examine both formal and informal assessment instruments and strategies, and will analyze them in the context of planning for IEP (Individualized Educational Program) objectives. Three credits.

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TED 615 Classroom Management in Inclusive Settings
This course focuses on theoretical and practical approaches, and research validated intervention strategies, for planning, managing, and organizing teaching/ learning environments so as to manage behavior of students in inclusive settings and promote the development of positive social interaction skills. Three credits.

TED 616 Applied Behavior Analysis for Students with Disabilities
This course provides information on the basic principles of applied behavior analysis, particularly as they pertain to young children with special needs. Behavioral techniques will be contrasted with alternative management techniques. Students will learn practical strategies for implementing behavioral management programs in early childhood special education settings. Three credits.

TED 620 Collaboration in Inclusive Settings
This course focuses on developing collaborative partnerships for the benefit of diverse populations of students. Participants develop strategies for strengthening family partnerships, and collaborating with other school personnel including general and special educators, school psychologists and counselors and literacy and library media specialists. The goal of collaboration is to organize instructional programs and develop curricula, share information for assessment and instructional planning, and monitor student progress. Three credits.

TED 621 Enhancing Social/Emotional Learning
This course explores the ways social/emotional competencies can be integrated into ongoing reading and writing instruction among culturally diverse populations, for students of varying abilities. One credit.

TED 622 Interdisciplinary Instruction in Inclusive Classrooms
This workshop course explores how interdisciplinary instruction lends itself to differentiated instructional techniques, including cooperative learning. Students will develop new ways of meeting the needs of all the learners in their classrooms. Attention will be focused on creating meaningful learning experiences that reflect multiple intelligences, and the NYS Learning Standards for the disciplines. One credit.

TED 625 Interventions in Reading
This course examines theories of literacy development and individual differences to form a basis for understanding possible difficulties encountered in mastering literacy skills. Interventions, for all aspects of literacy acquisition, appropriate for students experiencing difficulty are addressed. Three credits.

TED 630 Math/ Technology for Students with Learning Problems
This course focuses on curriculum development, instructional planning, and research validated instructional strategies for teaching mathematics and for using technology (assistive and instructional technology), for students with learning problems. Among the topics presented are the uses of technology to enhance and assist learning, the nature of math disabilities, designing and administering assessment measures for mathematics, methods for enrichment and remediation in mathematics and organizing the classroom for instruction. Three credits.

TED 635 Adolescents with Learning Problems
This course examines the academic and social/ emotional needs of adolescents with learning problems while they are in middle and secondary school, and the issues they face, and the competencies they need, as they prepare to transition from school to employment or post secondary training and adult life. Course participants explore characteristics of these learners, and examine a range of research validated and practical interventions for enhancing academic performance, managing behavior, promoting the development of positive social interaction skills and competencies associated with self-determination.. Also addressed is the transition services initiative: its history and legislation, models of service delivery, and strategies for developing linkages among agencies and personnel. Three credits.

TED 636 Early Childhood Special Education
This course looks at how various disabilities impact a child’s development in key areas such as motor skills, cognitive skills, language skills and social-emotional skills. Various models for providing education to young children with special needs are described, ranging from center-based models to inclusive preschool programs. Emphasis is placed on the importance of collaboration among parents, teachers and other professionals in order to maximize student growth. Three credits.

TED 640 Phonological Awareness and Beginning Reading Instruction
This course explores ways teachers, and teachers working with families and other professionals, create positive instructional environments for beginning readers and writers. This course also examines curriculum development, assessment, and instructional strategies for teaching beginning reading and writing skills and strategies, particularly phonological awareness, to children within the full range of abilities. Three credits.

TED 641 Curriculum and Methods for Early Childhood Education
This course examines the evolving early childhood curriculum and looks at ways in which historical antecedents to today’s early childhood programs impact contemporary classrooms. Special focus is on the design of curricula that integrate language arts, mathematics, science, instructional and assistive technology, and expressive arts in a holistic framework. Students will examine research-validated instructional strategies for teaching students with the full range of abilities. Three credits.

TED 642 Observation and Assessment in the Early Childhood Classroom
This course explores formal and informal methods of assessing student learning, including a variety of observational techniques, with an eye to evaluating one’s own instructional practice. Students will develop skill in using information gathered through observation and assessment to plan and modify instruction. 40 hours of fieldwork are required. Three credits.

TED 643 Literacy Instruction Through Child and Adolescent Literature
This course focuses on providing student-centered, developmentally appropriate support for literacy learning using various literary genres, The goal is to equip professionals with the understanding and sensitivity needed to assist in the advancement of the literacy knowledge of children from birth through grade twelve. Methods of using literature to encourage and enrich language development, as well as skill in reading and writing, are presented. Three credits.

TED 644 Writing and Thinking Skills: An Interdisciplinary Approach
This course focuses on reasoning skills, problem solving, oral communications, story construction techniques, and gimmicks and games to motivate writing. It is appropriate for teachers at the elementary, middle and high school levels, as well as teachers of remedial reading. Three credits.

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TED 645 Methods of Teaching Writing
This course focuses on curriculum development, formal and informal assessment techniques, and research validated instructional strategies for teaching writing to students within the full range of abilities. Course participants explore approaches to the teaching of writing, particularly the process writing approach, interventions for remediation and enrichment, and the uses of technology to enhance teaching and learning. Three credits.

TED 650 Second Language Acquisition
This course examines the theories of language acquisition and focuses on the factors that influence the acquisition of a second language, including cultural and societal, as well as linguistic variables. Students explore the processes by which a learner develops language proficiency and analyze the stages that naturally occur during these processes. Issues specific to language learning in children, adolescents, and adults will be addressed. Three credits.

TED 655 Fundamentals of Linguistics
This course explores the underlying structure of languages as well as the evolution and psychology of language. Phonological, morphological, syntactic and semantic patterns are examined and discusses. Three credits.

TED 660 English and Its Structure
In this course students focus on English grammar in order to develop curriculum, and instructional strategies for the teaching of semantics, syntax, morphology, and phonology for English language learners. Three credits.

TED 665 Literacy K-12 in TESOL Programs
This course examines the teaching of the literacy skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing in grades K-12, including methods of reading enrichment and remediation, to students who are English language learners. Three credits.

TED 670 Teaching the Content Areas in TESOL Programs
This course examines methods of second language teaching for the presentation of content area material to students who are English language learners. Three credits.

TED 674 Methods of Teaching Adult ESL/EFL
This course focuses on research validated instructional strategies, standards-based curriculum development, and formal and informal assessment techniques for teaching English as a second or foreign language to adults. Course participants explore approaches to instruction in a variety of settings, including: community based programs, workplace programs, post-secondary programs, and overseas teaching. Field work required. Three credits.

TED 675 Methods and Materials for TESOL
This course examines curriculum development, instructional planning, multiple research validated instructional strategies, and surveys a range of commercially available materials appropriate for teaching English language learners. Theories of language learning and methods for integrating them into classroom practice are addressed. Three credits.

TED 676 Instruction in the Native Language in Bilingual Programs
This course explores theories of literacy and related teaching practices to develop native language reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills, and to use native language in teaching the content areas (mathematics, science, and social studies). Students learn techniques of assessing native literacy skills and become familiar with native language resources in the community through evaluating culturally appropriate curricula, children's literature and media. Students also analyze and strengthen their own biliteracy skills. Field experience required. 3 credits.

TED 677 Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment in ESOL Programs
Curriculum development, instructional planning and assessment, both formal and informal, in programs for English to Speakers of Other Languages are covered. The course addresses links to the standards movement, instructional technology, and alternative models for delivery of instruction to English language learners. Three credits.

TED 683 Crayons to Keyboard: Teaching Writing to Diverse Learners
This course focuses on research validated instructional strategies for teaching writing, and integrating technology for teaching writing, to students within the full range of abilities and to students of varying cultural and linguistic backgrounds. In a “hands-on” workshop format, students will explore techniques for organizing information, developing content, and building skill and strategies on word, sentence and paragraph levels. One credit.

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TED 691 Creating Teacher Web Sites
Students will learn how to design and create a teacher web site, using Microsoft's Front Page Web design software. Important issues will be covered, such as the web site's objectives, audience, flow, logistics of updating, school districts' policies regarding use of children's photographs and names, posting of student work, incorporating graphics, parent communication and disclaimers for outside links. The final project will consist of a complete teacher web site design, including a Home Page and 5 to 10 additional Web pages with all related links. One credit.

TED 700 Field Experience: Childhood
Students are involved in an elementary classroom experience where they observe, and participate in all classroom activities, on a daily basis, for a two week period. This experience precedes student teaching. Two credits.

TED 701 Field Experience: Early Childhood/Childhood Education
Students are involved in both early childhood and elementary classroom experience where they observe, and participate in all classroom activities, on a daily basis, for a two week period. This experience precedes student teaching. Two credits.

TED 702 Seminar and Student Teaching: Early Childhood Education
Students participate in a full-time, twelve week, student teaching experience at the early childhood level. The classroom experience is accompanied by a student teaching seminar. Four credits.

TED 703 Seminar and Supervised Teaching: Early Childhood Education
Students participate in a full- time, twelve week, supervised teaching experience at the early childhood level. The classroom experience is accompanied by a supervised teaching seminar. Four credits.

TED 705 Seminar and Student Teaching: Childhood
Students participate in a full-time, twelve week, student teaching experience at the childhood level. The classroom experience is accompanied by a student teaching seminar. Four credits.

TED 706 Seminar and Supervised Teaching: Childhood
Students participate in a full- time, twelve week, supervised teaching experience at the childhood level. The classroom experience is accompanied by a supervised teaching seminar. Four credits.

TED 707 Seminar and Student Teaching: Early Childhood/ Childhood Education
Students participate in a full-time, twelve week student teaching experience in an early childhood as well as an childhood education setting. The classroom experience is accompanied by a student teaching seminar. Four credits.

TED 708 Seminar and Supervised Teaching: Early Childhood/Childhood Education
Students participate in a full-time, twelve week student teaching experience in an early childhood as well as a childhood education setting. The classroom experience is accompanied by a student teaching seminar. Four credits.

TED 710 Practicum in Literacy for Students with Learning Problems, grades 1-6
In this course, participants evaluate and teach a youngster in the childhood grades who is experiencing difficulty in acquiring literacy skills and strategies. Class discussions focus on assessment techniques and research validated instructional strategies effective for teaching all aspects of literacy acquisition. Three credits.

TED 715 Practicum in Literacy for Students with learning problems, grades 5-12
In this course participants evaluate and teach a youngster, in grades 5-12, who is experiencing difficulty with literacy skills and strategies. Class discussions focus on assessment techniques and research validated instructional strategies effective for teaching all aspects of literacy particularly vocabulary, comprehension, study skills and literacy in the content areas. Three credits.

TED 720 Seminar and Student teaching: Childhood Special Education
Students participate in a full time, twelve week student teaching experience in a special education or inclusive educational setting at the childhood level. The classroom experience is accompanied by a student teaching seminar. Four credits.

TED 721 Seminar and Supervised Teaching: Childhood Special Education
Students participate in a full-time, twelve week supervised teaching experience in a special education or inclusive education setting at the childhood level. The classroom experience is accompanied by a supervised teaching seminar. Four credits.

TED 722 Seminar and Student Teaching: Early Childhood and Early Childhood Special Education
Students participate in a full-time, twelve week student teaching experience in an early childhood setting as well as an early childhood special education setting or an inclusive early childhood setting. The classroom experience is accompanied by a student teaching seminar. Four credits.

TED 723 Seminar and Supervised Teaching: Early Childhood and Early Childhood Special Education
Students participate in a full-time, twelve week supervised teaching experience in an early childhood setting as well as an early childhood special education setting or an inclusive early childhood setting. The classroom experience is accompanied by a student teaching seminar. Four credits.

TED 725 Seminar and Student Teaching: Childhood and Childhood Special education
Students participate in a full-time, twelve week student teaching experience in a childhood education as well as a childhood special education setting or in an inclusive childhood education setting. The classroom experience is accompanied by a student teaching seminar. Four credits.

TED 726 Seminar and Supervised Teaching: Childhood and Childhood Special Education
Students participate in a full time, twelve week supervised teaching experience in a childhood education as well as a childhood special education setting or an inclusive childhood education setting. The classroom experience is accompanied by a supervised teaching seminar. Four credits.

TED 730 Seminar and Student Teaching: Middle Childhood/Adolescence Special Education
Students participate in a full-time, six week, or half-time twelve-week /student teaching experience in a special education or inclusive setting at the middle and adolescence education levels. The classroom experience is accompanied by a student teaching seminar. Two credits.

TED 731 Seminar and Supervised teaching: Middle Childhood/Adolescence Special Education
Students participate in a full-time, six week, or half-time twelve week supervised teaching experience in a special education or inclusive setting at the middle and adolescence levels. The classroom experience is accompanied by a supervised teaching seminar. Two credits.

TED 735 Writing Internship I

In this internship, course participants work with students, evaluating, planning, developing curricula and teaching skills and strategies for writing. Two credits.

TED 740 Writing Internship II
In this second internship, course participants work with students evaluating, planning, developing curricula, and teaching skills and strategies in writing. Two credits.

TED 743 Seminar and Supervised Teaching: Music Education
Students participate in a full time, twelve week supervised teaching experience in a music education settings. The classroom experience is accompanied by a supervised teaching seminar. Four credits.

TED 745 Field Experience: Middle Childhood and Adolescence
Students are involved in middle childhood and adolescence education experiences where they observe and participate in all classroom activities, on a daily basis, for a two week period. This experience precedes student teaching. Two credits.

TED 746 Field Experience: Adolescence Education
Students are involved in adolescence education experiences where they observe and participate in all classroom activities, on a daily basis, for a two week period. This experience precedes student teaching. Two credits.

TED 750 Seminar and Student Teaching: Middle Childhood and Adolescence
Students participate in a full time, twelve week student teaching experience in middle childhood and adolescence education settings. The classroom experience is accompanied by a student teaching seminar. Four credits.

TED 751 Seminar and Supervised Teaching: Middle Childhood and Adolescence
Students participate in a full time, twelve week supervised teaching experience in middle childhood and adolescence education settings. The classroom experience is accompanied by a supervised teaching seminar. Four credits.

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TED 752 Seminar and Student Teaching: Adolescence Education
Students participate in a full time, twelve week student teaching experience in adolescence education settings. The classroom experience is accompanied by a student teaching seminar. Four credits.

TED 753 Seminar and Supervised Teaching: Adolescence Education
Students participate in a full time, twelve week supervised teaching experience in adolescence education settings. The classroom experience is accompanied by a supervised teaching seminar. Four credits.

TED 760 Seminar and Student Teaching: Childhood Special Education
Students participate in a full time, 6 week, or half time 12 week, student teaching experience in a special education setting at the childhood level. The classroom experience is accompanied by a student teaching seminar. Two credits.

TED 761 Seminar and Supervised Teaching : Childhood Special Education
Students participate in a full time 6 week, or half-time 12 week supervised teaching experience in a special education setting at the childhood level. The classroom experience is accompanied by a supervised teaching seminar. 2 credits

TED 762 Seminar and Student Teaching II: Childhood Special Education
Prerequisite: TED 760. Students participate in a second six-week student teaching experience in a special education or inclusive educational setting at the childhood level. The classroom experience is accompanied by a student teaching seminar. 2 credits.

TED 763 Seminar and Supervised Teaching II: Childhood Special Education
Prerequisite: TED 761. Students participate in a second six-week supervised teaching experience in a special education or inclusive educational setting at the childhood level. The classroom experience is accompanied by a student teaching seminar. Two credits.

TED 765 Field Experience: TESOL
Students are placed in a TESOL setting where they observe and participate in all classroom activities, on a full-time, daily basis for a two week period. This experience precedes student teaching. Two credits.

TED 770 Seminar and Student Teaching: TESOL
Students participate in a full-time, twelve week student teaching experience in a TESOL setting. The classroom experience is accompanied by a student teaching seminar. Four credits.

TED 771 Seminar and Supervised Teaching: TESOL
Students participate in a full-time, twelve week student teaching experience in a TESOL
Setting. The classroom experience is accompanied by a student teaching seminar. Four credits.

TED 775 Field Experience: Childhood Education and TESOL
Student are placed in Childhood and TESOL settings where they observe and participate in all classroom activities on a full-time, daily basis for a two week period. This experience precedes student teaching. Two credits.

TED 780 Seminar and Student Teaching: Childhood and TESOL
Students participate in a full-time, twelve week student teaching experience in TESOL and Childhood settings. The classroom experience is accompanied by a student teaching seminar. Four credits.

TED 781 Seminar and Supervised Teaching: Childhood and TESOL
Students participate in a full-time, twelve week supervised teaching experience in TESOL and Childhood settings. The classroom experience is accompanied by a supervised teaching seminar. Four credits.

TED 785 Seminar and Student Teaching: Special Education and Middle Childhood/Adolescence Education
Students participate in a full-time, twelve week student teaching experience in special education and middle childhood/adolescence education settings. The classroom experience is accompanied by a student teaching seminar. Four credits.

TED 786 Seminar and Supervised Teaching: Special Education and Middle Childhood/Adolescence Education
Students participate in a full-time, twelve week supervised teaching experience in special education and middle childhood/adolescence education settings. The classroom experience is accompanied by a supervised teaching seminar. Four credits.

TED 799 – Special Topics
An intensive study in special areas of interest in the field of teacher education open to matriculated teacher education students with permission of the appropriate Program Director. This opportunity for students to do advanced work under the supervision of a faculty member may be taken only on a Pass/Fail basis. One credit.

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