Online Courses: In online teaching, 100% of instruction takes place online via Canvas and with supplemental platforms like Zoom. There are two types of online courses: asynchronous and synchronous.
Asynchronous online: Course is fully online, with lessons, assignments, and activities posted in Canvas with due dates. Students complete coursework, engage in discussions, etc., based upon their own schedules, but are required to meet posted deadlines.
Synchronous online: Online course that includes real-time class meetings using technology (e.g. Zoom). The number of required meetings varies based upon the particular class, but meetings take place during the scheduled class times. Faculty will inform students of the schedule for real-time meetings in their courses.
Hybrid Courses: Hybrid courses combine both in-person, on-campus meetings with online instruction. All face-to-face activities take place during the regularly-scheduled meeting times in the rooms assigned on the course listing. The number of people in classrooms is limited by social distancing requirements, and the number of in-person meetings varies by course. Faculty will notify students of the exact meeting schedule for their courses.
If your class is not listed as online or hybrid, it will meet fully face-to-face with proper social distancing following the noted class schedule.
Candidates in the dual major of Inclusive Early Childhood (IEC) will have an opportunity during their first year or semester on campus to learn about the professional and service learning opportunities available to them while engaged in the study of their major. An overview to program requirements and expectations for professionalism will be examined. Fall, Spring.
x'd w/SEE 100 X1. Meets one time only on Jan 27, 2023. HYBRID course.
This course is designed to provide candidates with the skills necessary to work with diverse families with emphasis on diversity of child-rearing, race, ethnicity, socio-economic status, and language, as well as the challenges associated with disability, poverty, illness, and abusive situations. Emphasis is placed upon understanding one’s own background and values as well as the differing values of others. Candidates will learn strategies to engage all families, including those whose experiences differ from their own, as well as those who express different viewpoints regarding child rearing. Through direct consultation with families as well as the agencies that serve families in need of support, candidates will practice the skills necessary for effective problem-solving, reflective listening and conflict resolution. Candidates will construct a resource guide to help them support and engage families in their future classrooms. 30 supervised field experience hours are required for this course in school and community settings. Students must obtain fingerprint clearance prior to beginning field experience. Program prerequisites: IEC 230, IEC 146, EPY 245, CSD 235, IEC 231. IEC 253, EPY 350, SED 366, SED 340, IEC 360 and IEC 385. 5-week immersion. Spring.
Must register for IEC 490, SED 494 and SED 495 concurrently. Face-to-face class during the first 5 weeks of the semester. Requires additional 39 hrs in the field during first 5 weeks
Teacher candidates prepare their professional portfolio as guided by the instructor. Faculty will evaluate materials presented by students such as exemplary lessons, instructional plans, assessment strategies, behavioral techniques, children's works (used with permission), and documentation of professionalism and collaboration. Emphasis is on the teacher candidate's ability to reflect in depth on past and current performance and the implications for future performance. Open only to candidates who are enrolled in SED 494. Co-requisite: SED 494 and SED 495. Spring
Must register for IEC 328, SED 494, & SED 495 concurrently. HYBRID with face-to-face and ONLINE meetings. ONLINE SYNCHRONOUS & ASYNCHRONOUS course.