Childhood Education with Elementary Education Requirements

Most courses must be taken in a specific order: Check advisement forms, Program Evaluations, and prerequisites. This course list is subject to change. Students must earn a B- or better in all courses marked with an asterisk (*). Each Teacher Education Workshop (TEW) is graded as Pass/No Pass.

Teacher Education Core Requirements

All students in the secondary and unified arts classroom teacher programs must take the set of required teacher education core courses directly below, then either the secondary- or unified arts-specific courses that follow, and then the secondary education endorsement-specific requirements for their area of endorsement.

Required Courses

Credits

Semester

EDU-TEW1

Teacher Education Workshop I

0

__________

EDU-TEW2

Teacher Education Workshop II

0

__________

EDU-TEW3

Teacher Education Workshop III

0

__________

EDU-TEW4

Teacher Education Workshop IV

0

__________

EDU-TEW5

Teacher Education Workshop V

0

__________

EDU-2360

Perspectives on Learning in a Diverse Society*

 

3

 

__________

EDU-2365

The Ecology of Human Experience: Development, Culture, and Identity*

 

3

 

__________

EDU-2370

The Contemporary School*

3

__________

EDU-3311

Foundations of Inclusive Practices*

3

__________

EDU-3440

Teaching Toward Democracy*

3

__________

EDU-4650

Capstone & Thesis Seminar*

3

__________

Total

 

18

 

Secondary Education Programs Requirements:

Required Courses

Credits

Semester

EDU-3140

Partnering with the Adolescent Learner to Promote Student Engagement*

 

4

 

__________

EDU-3360

Promoting Inventive Thinking: Instructional PLanning to Integrate Multimodal Literacy Across the Curriculum*

 

 

3

 

 

__________

EDU-4130

Implementing Content Specific Methods in a Secondary Classroom*

 

4

 

__________

EDU-4850

Secondary Education Student Teaching*

12

__________

Unified Arts Education Programs Requirements:

Required Courses

Credits

Semester

EDU-3112

Instructional Dynamics for the Elementary Educator: Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment for Integrated, Engaging, and Creative Learners; Part III: Unified Arts for Diverse Learners*

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

__________

EDU-4310

The Art of Experience in Education: Designing for Engagement & Accomplishment Through the Unified Arts*

 

 

3

 

 

__________

And One of the following, depending on endorsement:

Required Courses

Credits

Semester

EDU-4812

Art Student Teaching*

12

__________

EDU-4830

Music Student Teaching*

12

__________

EDU-4835

Physical Education Student Teaching*

12

__________

EDU-4860

Secondary Education Student Teaching: Theater/Dance*

 

12

 

__________

Secondary Education Endorsement-Specific Requirements

In addition to the Teacher Education Core Requirements and the Secondary Program Requirements listed above, students must complete the following courses along with the given major. Students must earn a B- or better in all courses marked with an asterisk (*).

English Education Endorsement-Specific Courses for Creative Writing Majors:

Complete the courses for the B.A. in Creative Writing described in the Writing & Literature Department section of this catalog and the following courses:

Required Courses

Credits

Semester

ENG-1330

FYS: Language of Film* OR

 

 

COM-2050

Introduction to Film Study*

3

__________

EDU-3035

Literacy Development in the Early Years

3

__________

ENG-3130

Fiction Workshop* OR

 

 

ENG-4110

Form and Theory of Fiction*

3

__________

ENG-3140

The Creative Essay* OR

 

 

ENG-4130

Form and Theory of Nonfiction

3

__________

ENG-3680

Linguistics and Language History*

3

__________

ENG-4150

Literary Criticism & Theory*

3

__________

English Education Endorsement-Specific Courses for English Majors

Complete the courses for the B.A. in English described in the Writing & Literature Department section of this catalog and the following courses:

Required Courses

Credits

Semester

ENG-1330

FYS: Language of Film OR

 

 

COM-2050

Introduction to Film Study*

3

__________

ENG-2101

Creative Writing*

3

__________

EDU-3035

Literacy Development in the Early Years

3

__________

ENG-3130

Fiction Workshop OR

 

 

ENG-4110

Form and Theory of Fiction*

3

__________

ENG-3140

The Creative Essay* OR

 

 

ENG-4130

Form and Theory of Nonfiction*

3

__________

ENG-3680

Linguistics and Language History*

3

__________

ENG-4150

Literacy Criticism & Theory*

3

__________

Math Education Endorsement-Specific Courses for Mathematics Majors

Complete the courses for the B.A. in Mathematics described in the Mathematics Department section of this catalog and the following courses:

Required Courses

Credits

Semester

MAT-3240

Probability Theory with Statistics*

3

__________

MAT-4130

Abstract Algebra*

3

__________

MAT-4140

Geometry*

3

__________

Science Education Endorsement-Specific Courses for B.A. Biology Majors

Complete the courses for the B.A. in Biology described in the Environmental & Health Sciences Department section of this catalog and the following course:

Required Courses

Credits

Semester

PHY-1041

Physics I*

4

__________

Science Education Endorsement-Specific Courses for B.S. Biology Majors

Complete the courses for the B.S. in Biology described in the Environmental & Health Sciences Department section of this catalog and one of the following courses:

Required Courses

Credits

Semester

ENV-1050

Introduction to Earth Science* OR

 

 

ENV-1110

Introduction to Environmental Problems* OR

 

 

ENV-3130

Environmental Geology*

3

__________

Science Education Endorsement-Specific Courses for Environmental Science/Natural Resources

Complete the courses for the B.S. in Environmental Science/Natural Resources described in the Environmental & Health Sciences Department section of this catalog and the following course:

Required Courses

Credits

Semester

PHY-1041

Physics I*

4

__________

Science Education Endorsement-Specific Courses for Integrated Environmental Science Majors

Complete the courses for the B.S. in Integrated Environmental Science described in the Environmental & Health Sciences Department section of this catalog.

Science Education Endorsement-Specific Courses for Health Science Majors:

Complete the courses for the B.S. in Health Sciences described in the Environmental & Health Sciences Department section of this catalog and the following courses:

Required Courses

Credits

Semester

ENV-1050

Introduction to Earth Science* OR

 

 

ENV-1110

Introduction to Environmental Problems* OR

 

 

ENV-3130

Environmental Geology*

3

__________

PHY-1041

Physics I*

4

__________

Social Studies Education Endorsement-Specific Courses for History Majors

Complete the courses for the B.A. in History described in the Humanities Department section of this catalog and the following courses.

Required Courses

Credits

Semester

HUM-3125

Religions of the World*

3

__________

POS-1010

Introduction to Political Science*

3

__________

POS-3030

Contemporary Political Theory: Race, Class, and Gender

 

3

 

__________

ECO-1020

Introduction to Economics OR

 

 

ECO-2020

Macroeconomics OR

 

 

ECO-2030

Microeconomics

3

__________

Social Studies Education Endorsement-Specific Courses for Political Science Majors

Complete the courses for the B.A. in Political Science described in the Humanities Department section of this catalog and the following courses.

Required Courses

Credits

Semester

ECO-1020

Introduction to Economics* OR

 

 

ECO-2020

Macroeconomics* OR

 

 

ECO-2030

Microeconomics*

3

__________

HUM-3125

Religions of the World*

3

__________

HIS-1211

Americam History I*

3

__________

HIS-1212

American History II*

3

__________

HIS-4010

History of the Middle East

3

__________

INT-4730

Topical Seminar: Peace and War

3

__________

Unified Arts Education Endorsement-Specific Requirements

In addition to the Teacher Education Core Requirements and the Unified Arts Program Requirements listed at the beginning of this section, complete the following courses along with the given major.

Art Education Endorsement-Specific Courses for Art Majors

Complete the courses for either the B.A. in Art or the B.F.A. in Studio Arts described in the Fine & Performing Arts Department section of this catalog and the following courses:

Required Courses

Credits

Semester

ARH-3120

Art Criticism

3

__________

Three courses from the list below: (Must include presentation and exhibition of ones' work.

 

 

ART-3032

Advanced Drawing

3

__________

ART-3222

Ceramics II

3

__________

ART-3314

Advanced Printmaking

3

__________

ART-4020

Advanced Digital Media

3

__________

ART-4040

Advanced Photography

3

__________

ART-4050

Advanced Painting

3

__________

ART-4130

Advanced Sculpture

3

__________

Dance Education Endorsement-Specific Courses

To be determined. See the Coordinator for Teacher Education Program in Unified Arts Education.

Music Education Endorsement-Specific Courses for Music Majors

Complete the B.A. in Music & Music Education described in the Fine & Performing Arts Department section of this catalog and the following courses:

To be determined. See the Coordinator for Teacher Education Program in Unified Arts Education.

Physical Education Endorsement-Specific Courses for Health Sciences Majors

Complete the B.S. in Health Science core courses and the Physical Education Teacher Endorsement concentration described in the Department of Environmental and Health Sciences section of this catalog and the following courses:

To be determined. See the Coordinator for Teacher Education Program in Unified Arts Education.

Theater Arts Education Endorsement-Specific Courses for Art Majors

Complete the courses for the B.A. in Theater & Drama described in the Fine & Performing Arts Department section of this catalog and the following courses:

To be determined. See the Coordinator for Teacher Education Program in Unified Arts Education.

The Education Department offers courses with an EDU designator. See full course descriptions. The department also offers a Master of Arts program in education. For further information, see the Johnson State College graduate catalog.