Professional and Secondary Ed (EDS)

College of Education and Social Work

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EDS 502. Curriculum Development in a Diverse Society. 3 Credits.

This course is designed to improve candidates' skills as instructional designers within a diverse society. Within this course students will design an educational program/curriculum that will result in a positive impact on a specific thematic concern.

EDS 505. Field Experience For Secondary Teachers. 3 Credits.

Students develop strategies that will increase the probability of their becoming successful classroom teachers. Topics include planning, instructional strategies, learning styles, motivation, and classroom management. Student will observe in area schools.
Pre / Co requisites: EDS 505 requirement - Majors only.
Repeatable for Credit.

EDS 590. Independent Study. 1-3 Credits.

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EDS 599. Workshop In Secondary Education. 3 Credits.

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Repeatable for Credit.