ELED 138A - Reflective Inquiry and Issues in Early Childhood and Elementary Curriculum Design and DevelopmentSemester Hours: 4
Fall, January, Spring
Systems of integrated early childhood (birth-grade 2) and intermediate grades (4-6) curriculum development, inquiry, classroom interaction, environmental design, and assessment are studied. Students engage in reflective study of their own teaching behavior. Includes an analysis of macro- and micro-issues concerning classroom structures, environmental design, equity, diversity, inclusion, assessment and the integration of curriculum. Development of classroom management and governance strategies, provision for aesthetic education, play as a condition for learning, health, nutrition, safety, development of students’ cognitive abilities, career aspirations, home-school relationships, and the integration of computer technology.
ELED 104A , 111A or 111B , 122 , 134 , 135 , 136 , 128A , 128L , 129A , 129L ; SPED 101 . Must be taken concurrently with ELED 137A . Student must earn a minimum grade of C- in each course. Admission by application by May 1 for the succeeding spring semester. Note: Winter-Spring student teaching begins in December, the day after fall semester student teaching ends.
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