EDU 401-407 Special Methods
Each special methods course builds upon the previous course in adolescent literacy, enabling the student to further examine the methods and pedagogy specific to his discipline. The course will cover the remaining Indiana content standards for teachers, and introduce students to the Indiana P-12 standards, while examining the methods and procedures particular to each discipline in both classroom and field-based settings. Using the inquiry-based model introduced in Education 400, students will revise a proposal for a field-based inquiry project to be conducted during student teaching. The course is team-taught by liberal arts and high school faculty who will mentor candidates in their field-based experiences (practice in teaching) and with the initial development of the inquiry project. Field work experiences at the secondary level are required.
401. Teaching of Language Arts (English and Speech)
Level: Admitted students only. (Courses may be offered at a different semester for Transition to Teach students). This course is offered in the second half of fall semester.
Prerequisite:Psychology 101, Education 101, Education 201, 302, 400, senior standing and admission to the Teacher Education Program.