Middle Level Teacher Education (EDML)
EDML 207. Adoles Lrng&Beh&Cog Perspect. 3 Credits.
In-depth examination of cognitive learning theory and its background in behavioral and other learning theories, with application to teaching in a middle or secondary setting. Prerequisite: Acceptance to Master of Arts in Teaching or EDML 171 or Instructor permission.
EDML 260. Teaching Young Adolescents. 3-6 Credits.
Focus on understanding and reflecting on an integrative and developmental approach to the design of middle level curriculum, as well as teaching in one area of specialization.
EDML 261. Mid Lev Teaching Practicum II. 3 Credits.
Teaching practicum on middle level team in one of two areas of academic concentration, acquiring knowledge of and skills in curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment. Pre/Co-requisite: Admission to Middle Level Professional Program.
EDML 270. Middle School Org & Pedagogy. 3-6 Credits.
Focuses on exploring theory and practice in responsive school organization for young adolescents, including interdisciplinary/partner teaming, block scheduling, and teacher advisories, as well as teaching lessons in one area of specialization. Pre/co-requisite: EDML 024, EDML 056.
EDML 285. Middle Level Student Teaching. 9-12 Credits.
Full-time supervised student teaching internship as a member of a middle school team. Development of a professional portfolio as stipulated in the Middle Level Program Handbook. Pre/co-requisite: EDML 260, EDML 261, EDML 270, and Instructor permission.
EDML 286. Internship Support Seminar. 3 Credits.
Seminar addresses and responds to internship experiences including planning, reflective practice, classroom management, teamwork, and assessment of learning. Guidance in development of Professional Teaching Portfolio. Pre/co-requisites: EDML 260, EDML 261, EDML 270.
EDML 287. Content Literacy in Mid Grades. 3 Credits.
Focus on the use of content and disciplinary literacy strategies, including multiliteracies, in middle level content areas. Pre/co-requisite: Minimum Junior standing.
EDML 392. Independent Study. 1-18 Credits.
A course which is tailored to fit the interests of a specific student, which occurs outside the traditional classroom/laboratory setting under the supervision of a faculty member, for which credit is awarded. Offered at department discretion.
EDML 396. Special Topics. 1-18 Credits.
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