Education courses

ECE450 - The Early Childhood Professional Portfolio
In this course, students will produce a professional portfolio, a culmination of the knowledge from the required ECE courses in the BAEC major. The portfolio will address professional standards, ethical standards, and a faith reflection.Prerequisites: ECE305, ECE310, ECE320, ECE325, ECE330, ECE340, ECE400, ECE420, ECE425 and ECE430. (3 credits)
EDU102 - Foundations of Education
(2 credits) This course provides philosophical, historical, social and economical foundational background for students considering the teaching profession.Note: This course includes a field experience. Students must earn a C- orbetter in order to fulfill program requirements for elementary licensure.
EDU202 - Early Field Experience
This course requires 30 clock-hours of field experience with a certified teacher in an area school. Prerequisite:EDU102. (1 credit) (Note: Graded on a pass/no pass basis.)
EDU203 - Early Field Experience-Middle School
This course requires 30 clock-hours of field experience with a certifiedteacher in an area middle school. Prerequisite: EDU102. (1 credit) (Note: Graded on apass/no pass basis.)
EDU205 - Directed Field Experience
This elective class requires 30 clock-hours of field experience with acertified teacher in an area school. The candidate will be required to teachfour lessons and debrief/reflect on those experiences. Prerequisite: EDU202 and recommendation by the department chair.(1 credit) (Note: Graded on a pass/no pass basis.)
EDU206 - Survey of Exceptional Individuals
(3 credits) This course provides an overview of the history of special education up to and including present day trends and practices in education students with exceptionalities. Various areas of exceptionality are explored, including ways to support students with diverse learning and behavioral needs in inclusionary environments.Note: This course includes a field experience. Students must earn a C- orbetter in order to fulfill program requirements for elementary licensure.
EDU221 - Growth and Development of the Middle School Aged Student
The middle school growth and development primarily embraces the knowledge of the learner component of the professional knowledge base with concentration, identification and comprehension of the physical, psychosocial, and cognitive characteristics of the middle school aged student. This course includes a 5 hour field experience. (3 credits, alternate years, consult department)
EDU227 - Instructional Technology
This course studies the impact and uses of media and technology in educational settings. Use and operation of AV equipment will be taught. Emphasis is placed on the various ways the computer can be used in teaching. Current and future use of technology in education will beaddressed.(2 credits)
EDU228 - Children's Literature
This course focuses on the history of children's literature and its uses in the classroom. This course provides an introduction to the criteria and selection of Children's literature for elementary school students. Various genres are detailed, and ideas for curriculum integration are discussed. A study of illustrations and authors is included. (2 credits)
EDU229 - Introduction to Early Childhood
This course examines both the typical and atypical growth and development ofchildren ages birth through grade three in the areas of cognition, languagedevelopment, physical motor, social-emotional, mental health and adaptivebehavior. Candidates will learn how these areas impact development andlearning in the first years of life and will use this knowledge to plan,develop, implement and evaluate integrated learning experiences for home,center and school environments based on knowledge of the child, the family,and the community. Candidates will also use relevant national and stateprofessional standards for designing content and informing and improvingpractices for children and their families. (3 credits; alternate years,consult department) Note: This course requires 25 hours of field experience.
EDU230 - Organization and Administration of Early Childhood Programs
This course examines the principles of administration and operation ofprograms for children ages birth through grade three and their families,including program development, supervision, staff evaluation, and continuingimprovement of programs and services. Candidates will understand thesignificance of lifelong learning by participating in professionalactivities relevant to early childhood education, special education andearly intervention. Candidates are required to complete pre-student teachingexperiences in at least three settings that offer early childhood education.(3 credits; alternate years, consult department) Note: This course requires25 hours of field experience.
EDU235 - Characteristics of Learners with Mild and Moderate Disabilities
This course will include various causes of mild and moderate disabilities,an overview of current trends in educational programming for mild andmoderate disabilities, educational alternatives and related services, andthe importance of the multidisciplinary team in providing more appropriateeducational programming. Prerequisite: EDU 206. (3 credits)
EDU240 - Integrating the Arts for the Elementary Classroom Teacher
This course is designed to provide basic skills for integrating music,theatre, art, and physical education in the elementary school classroom aswell as strategies for cooperative opportunities with the specializedteachers. We will concentrate on effective teaching strategies, whichinclude planning, implementing, and evaluating the teaching process. Coursecontent will include practicing teaching techniques and learning pedagogyrelated to the integration of these specials in the elementary classroom. (3 credits)
EDU243WI - Diagnosis and Correction of Reading Problems
Diagnosis and Correction of Reading Problems focuses both on the role of formative and summative assessmentin the teaching of reading. In addition, significant attention is paid tothe remediation of reading problems, including diagnostic andprescriptive procedures for individuals and groups of students. Studentswill be required to write and revise their work for professional audiences.Formal and informal assessment procedures will be examined. Writing is asignificant part of each exam. Prerequisites: EDU326, and admission intoteacher education program. (3 credits)(Writing intensive) Note: This course includes a field experience.
EDU247 - Reading in the Content Area
This course addresses skills necessary in teaching students to read insocial studies, math, science, and other content areas. This course offersstrategies for vocabulary, comprehension, study skills, writing, assessment,and more. Prerequisite: EDU102. (2 credits)
EDU300 - Characteristics of Young Children with Diverse Needs
This course will examine the nature of child growth and development forchildren ages birth through grade three in the areas of languagedevelopment, social-emotional, aesthetics, cognition and adaptive behaviorand how these impact development in the first years of life. Candidates willdemonstrate a range of appropriate assessment and evaluation strategies tosupport the strengths, interests and needs of students with a range ofabilities and disabilities. Candidates are required to complete apre-student teaching experience working in at least three settings thatoffer early childhood education and with students that reflect diversefamily systems and other differentiating factors, like urban/rural,socioeconomic status, and cultural/linguistic diversity. Prerequisites: EDU102 and 206. (3 credits; alternate years, consult department) Note: Thiscourse requires 25 hours of field experience.
EDU300A - Characteristics of Young Children with Diverse Needs
This course will examine the nature of child growth and development forchildren ages birth through grade three in the areas of languagedevelopment, social-emotional, aesthetics, cognition and adaptive behaviorand how these impact development in the first years of life. Candidates willdemonstrate a range of appropriate assessment and evaluation strategies tosupport the strengths, interests and needs of students with a range ofabilities and disabilities. Candidates are required to complete apre-student teaching experience working in at least three settings thatoffer early childhood education and with students that reflect diversefamily systems and other differentiating factors, like urban/rural,socioeconomic status, and cultural/linguistic diversity. (3 credits, fornon-traditional students) Note: This course requires 25 hours of fieldexperience.
EDU301 - Methods of Working with Young Children with Diverse Needs
This course examines the central concepts, structures and tools used todevelop meaningful learning progressions for individuals withexceptionalities ages birth through grade three. Candidates will develop,implement and evaluate individualized plans (IFSPs and IEPs) and utilize arange of appropriate assessment and evaluation strategies to supportindividual strengths, interests and needs. By the end of the course,candidates will be able to design curricula, assessments and interventionstrategies that align with learner and program goals. Candidates will alsounderstand the role of families in the assessment process and assist them inidentifying resources, priorities and concerns in relation to the child'sdevelopment. (3 credits; alternate years, consult department) Note: Thiscourse requires 25 hours of field experience.
EDU304 - Educational Psychology
The application of psychological principles to the learner, the learning process and the learning situation. This course not only explores learning theories that impact education today, but also has an emphasis on developing appropriate motivation techniques, creating developmentally appropriate and productive learning environments, developing classroom management, as well as developing authentic and appropriate evaluation and assessment. Prerequisites: EDU102,and PSY221SS or 224. (2credits)
EDU307WI - General Methods in Secondary Education
The principles and methods of teaching at the secondary level, includinglesson plans, teaching skills, reading in the content area, classroommanagement, evaluation and school law. Note: This course includes a fieldexperience. Students must earn a "C" or better in this course in order tofulfill program requirements for secondary licensure. Prerequisite:sophomore class standing and admission to the teacher education program. (3credits) (Writing intensive)
EDU308 - Special Methods in Major
A study of the content, techniques, and materials in the student's major field needed to qualify for secondary teacher certification. Biology, chemistry and natural science majors see course offering under NSC308. Economics, history, political science, social science and sociology majors see course offering under SSC308. Kinesiology majors see course offering under KIN318. All other majors see course offering, number 308, under your major department. (2 credits, alternate years, consult department)
EDU309 - Transition for Students with Mild to Moderate Disabilities
A study of the job opportunities and training for the adolescent mentally disabled student.Prerequisites: EDU206 and 235.(2 credits, alternate years, consult department)
EDU312 - Middle School Methods and Curriculum
This course focuses on the philosophy of the middle school, organization of the curriculum, effective teaching strategies, and assessment. This course includes a 5 hour field experience. Prerequisite: junior class standing. (3 credits, alternate years, consult department)
EDU314 - Working with Parents
This course examines the theories and knowledge of dynamic roles andrelationships within and between families, schools and communities and howthey can influence and support learning. Candidates will engage inintentional practices that value diversity and demonstrate understanding inhow language, culture and family background can impact development. Inaddition, candidates will also learn to recognize how children are bestunderstood in the context of family and how linguistic diversity, biologicaland environmental factors, and family strengths can influence developmentand learning at all stages of life. Prerequisite: EDU 206. (2 credits;alternate years, consult department)
EDU314A - Working with Parents
This course examines the theories and knowledge of dynamic roles andrelationships within and between families, schools and communities and howthey can influence and support learning. Candidates will engage inintentional practices that value diversity and demonstrate understanding inhow language, culture and family background can impact development. Inaddition, candidates will also learn to recognize how children are bestunderstood in the context of family and how linguistic diversity, biologicaland environmental factors, and family strengths can influence developmentand learning at all stages of life. (2 credits, for non-traditionalstudents)
EDU315 - Behavior Management and Classroom Instruction
This course is designed to provide an overview of various models for classroom and behavior management. The course will emphasize both theoretical and practical dimensions of behavior and social concerns. Note: This course includes a 10 hour field experience. Prerequisite: EDU206. (2 credits)
EDU318 - Diagnostic Assessment, Teaching and Evaluation of Special Education Students
A study in the purposes, procedures and issues related to screening, testing and evaluation of special needs students. The course will include a study of diagnostic instruments used by the profession.Prerequisite: EDU206.(3 credits, alternate years, consult department)
EDU319 - Communication and Collaborative Partnerships for Special Educators
This course examines how successful early childhood education depends uponreciprocal and respectful partnerships with families, communities andagencies. Candidates will understand the dynamic roles within and betweenfamilies, schools and communities and how to create a community of supportfor children and families through interagency collaboration. Candidates willlearn how to collaborate with supervisors, mentors and colleagues to enhanceprofessional growth within and across disciplines to inform practice and toadvocate for developmentally and individually appropriate practice.Utilizing collaborative partnerships, candidates will learn how to createsafe, inclusive, culturally responsive learning environments that engagelearners in meaningful activities and interactions. Prerequisite: EDU 206.(2 credits; alternate years, consult department)
EDU319A - Communication and Collaborative Partnerships for Special Educators
This course examines how successful early childhood education depends uponreciprocal and respectful partnerships with families, communities andagencies. Candidates will understand the dynamic roles within and betweenfamilies, schools and communities and how to create a community of supportfor children and families through interagency collaboration. Candidates willlearn how to collaborate with supervisors, mentors and colleagues to enhanceprofessional growth within and across disciplines to inform practice and toadvocate for developmentally and individually appropriate practice.Utilizing collaborative partnerships, candidates will learn how to createsafe, inclusive, culturally responsive learning environments that engagelearners in meaningful activities and interactions. (2 credits, fornon-traditional students)
EDU323 - Teaching Mathematics
A foundational course for the teaching of mathematics at the elementary andmiddle school levels. Candidates will understand and utilize materials,lesson design, methods and procedures to teach basic math properties,functions and formulas. Prerequisite: Admission to the Teacher Education Program. (3 credits) Note: This course includes a field experience. Candidates must earn a "C" or better to fulfill program requirements for elementary licensure.
EDU326 - Teaching Reading and Language Arts
A foundational course for the teaching of language arts at the elementaryand middle school levels. Candidates will understand and utilize materials,lesson design, methods and procedures to teach reading, writing, spelling,handwriting and grammar. Prerequisite: EDU206. (3 credits) Note: This course includes a field experience. Candidates must earn a "C" orbetter to fulfill program requirements for elementary licensure.
EDU327 - Classroom Management for Secondary Teachers
The objective of this course is to teach students effective strategies for organizing and managing an effective classroom. Included in this course are guidelines for organizing your classroom and materials, choosing rules and procedures, maintaining appropriate student behaviors, managing student work and planning and conducting instruction. Students will interview classroom teachers to discover management strategies that have worked effectively for them.(1 credit)
EDU328 - Teaching Science in the Elementary Classroom
A foundational course for the teaching of science at the elementary andmiddle school levels. Candidates will understand and utilize materials,lesson design, methods and procedures to teach science with special emphasison earth and space science content. Prerequisite: Admission to the Teacher Education Program. (3 credits) Note: This course includes a field experience. Candidates must earn a "C" orbetter to fulfill program requirements for elementary licensure.
EDU329 - Teaching Social Studies in the Elementary Classroom
A foundational course for the teaching of social studies at the elementaryand middle school levels. Candidates will understand and utilize materials,lesson design, methods and procedures to teach economics and civic literacy. Prerequisite: Admission to the Teacher Education Program. (2 credits) Note: This course includes a field experience. Candidates must earn a "C" orbetter to fulfill program requirements for elementary licensure.
EDU336 - Methods & Strategies for Learners with Mild & Moderate Disabilities (K-6)
This course is designed to prepare pre-service teachers to develop and implement intervention strategies as well as appropriate accommodations and modifications to address students' exceptional learning and behavioral needs at the elementary school level. Pre-service teachers will also develop/refine skills in IEP writing, incorporating assessment and evaluation information as well as input from parents/families. Prerequisites: EDU206 and 235. (3 credits, alternate years, consult department)
EDU337 - Methods of Working with Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities at the Secondary Level
This course prepares college students to teach students with exceptional learning needs at the secondary level. A practicum experience of ten hours is required.Prerequisites: EDU206 and 235.(3 credits, alternate years, consult department)
EDU340CC - Human Relations
This course addresses major issues and concepts associated with living in a culturally diverse society and/or teaching in culturally diverse settings.Students will consider ways in which ethnicity, gender/sexuality, socialclass, and religion intersect and influence beliefs and behaviors.Note: This course includes a required field experience.Prerequisites: None (3 credits) (NWCore option under Cross-CulturalEngagement)
EDU345 - Language Learning and Reading Disabilities
This course focuses on learning oral language and the implications that has for learning written language. A major part of the course is devoted to designing effective remedial education programs for Title I and special education. Special attention is paid to early intervention programs. This is an upper level course, designed for students completing reading and special education endorsements. Prerequisites:EDU243WI and EDU326.(3 credits) Note: This course includes a field experience.
EDU350 - Health, Safety and Nutrition: Creating a Safe Space for Young Children to Learn
This course examines basic health, nutrition and safety managementprocedures to promote development and learning. Candidates will learn torecognize signs of emotional distress, physical and mental abuse, andneglect in young children. Candidates will create learning environments andclassroom procedures that promote positive social interaction, mutualrespect, conflict resolution and self-regulation, and will utilize groupguidance and problem-solving to develop supportive relationships amongchildren. Prerequisite: EDU 206.(3 credits; alternate years, consult department)
EDU398 - Directed Study
EDU406 - Student Teaching in Reading
This experience will include the observation, engagement and instruction ofan elementary or secondary classroom for 4-6 weeks while under thesupervision of a licensed, certified reading teacher. Candidates will drawfrom and develop the knowledge, skills and dispositions in planning,instruction, assessment and professionalism learned and assessed throughoutthe program. Candidates are expected to model "Teacher as Servant"throughout the experience by serving God and society in diverse classroomsettings. Prerequisites: EDU343WI and 347. (1-6 credits) Note: Graded on apass/no pass basis. Successful completion of student teaching is a necessarystep towards licensure; a passing grade for student teaching does notguarantee licensure recommendation from department.
EDU407 - Early Childhood Student Teaching
This experience will include the observation, engagement and instruction inboth pre-kindergarten and kindergarten classrooms for 4 weeks while underthe supervision of a licensed, qualified teacher. Candidates will draw fromand develop the knowledge, skills and dispositions in planning, instruction,assessment and professionalism learned and assessed throughout theelementary education program. Candidates are expected to model "Teacher asServant" throughout the experience by serving God and society in diverseclassroom settings. Prerequisites: EDU229 and 230, and KIN104 or current first aid and infant child CPR certification.(1-6 credits) Note: Graded on a pass/no pass basis. Successful completion ofstudent teaching is a necessary step towards licensure; a passing grade forstudent teaching does not guarantee licensure recommendation fromdepartment.
EDU408 - Paraprofessional Practicum
This experience will include the observation, engagement and instruction ofan elementary classroom for 4-16 weeks while under the supervision of alicensed, qualified teacher. Candidates will draw from and develop theknowledge, skills and dispositions in planning, instruction, assessment andprofessionalism learned and assessed throughout the elementary educationprogram. Candidates are expected to model "Teacher as Servant" throughoutthe experience by serving God and society in diverse classroom settings.(4-8 credits) Note: Graded on a pass/no pass basis. Successful completion of studentteaching is a necessary step towards completing the elementary educationmajor, but candidate will not be recommended for teacher licensure.
EDU409SR - Philosophy of Education
The liberally educated Christian teacher is the knowledgeable servant of Godand society and this course examines the reasoning behind policies andmethods of teaching, learning and schooling. Various schools of thought arediscussed, including a distinctively Christian perspective, to preparestudents to serve as professional teachers. This course is the NWCore SeniorSeminar course for education students. (2 credits)
EDU410 - TESL Student Teaching
This experience will include the observation, engagement and instruction ofa K-12 classroom for 4 weeks while under the supervision of a licensed,qualified teacher. Candidates will draw from and develop the knowledge,skills and dispositions in planning, instruction, assessment andprofessionalism learned and assessed throughout the ESL program. Candidatesare expected to model "Teacher as Servant" throughout the experience byserving God and society in diverse classroom settings. (1-4 credits) Note:Graded on a pass/no pass basis. Successful completion of student teaching isa necessary step towards licensure; a passing grade for student teachingdoes not guarantee licensure recommendation from department.
EDU411 - Student Teaching in the Middle School
This experience will include the observation, engagement and instruction ofa middle school classroom (grades 6th-8th) for 4-8 weeks while under thesupervision of a licensed, qualified teacher. Exact number of weeks/creditsrequired will be determined by student teacher coordinator and departmentchair. Candidates will draw from and develop the knowledge, skills anddispositions in planning, instruction, assessment and professionalismlearned and assessed throughout the education program. Candidates areexpected to model "Teacher as Servant" throughout the experience by servingGod and society in diverse classroom settings. (4-8 credits) Note: Graded ona pass/no pass basis. Successful completion of student teaching is anecessary step towards licensure; a passing grade for student teaching doesnot guarantee licensure recommendation from department.
EDU413 - Elementary Student Teaching
This experience will include the observation, engagement and instruction ofan elementary classroom for 4-16 weeks while under the supervision of alicensed, qualified teacher. Exact number of weeks/credits required will bedetermined by student teacher coordinator and department chair. Candidateswill draw from and develop the knowledge, skills and dispositions inplanning, instruction, assessment and professionalism learned and assessedthroughout the elementary education program. Candidates are expected tomodel "Teacher as Servant" throughout the experience by serving God andsociety in diverse classroom settings. (4-16 credits) Note: Graded on apass/no pass basis. Successful completion of student teaching is a necessarystep towards licensure; a passing grade for student teaching does notguarantee licensure recommendation from department.
EDU413A - Elementary Student Teaching
EDU415 - Secondary Student Teaching
This experience will include the observation, engagement and instruction ofa secondary classroom for 4-16 weeks while under the supervision of alicensed, qualified teacher. Exact number of weeks/credits required will bedetermined by student teacher coordinator and department chair. Candidateswill draw from and develop the knowledge, skills and dispositions inplanning, instruction, assessment and professionalism learned and assessedthroughout the secondary education program. Candidates are expected to model"Teacher as Servant" throughout the experience by serving God and society indiverse classroom settings. (4-16 credits) Note: Graded on a pass/no passbasis. Successful completion of student teaching is a necessary step towardslicensure; a passing grade for student teaching does not guarantee licensurerecommendation from department.
EDU416 - Vertical Student Teaching
This experience will include the observation, engagement and instruction ofa K-12 classroom in art, music, kinesiology or Spanish for 4-16 weeks whileunder the supervision of a licensed, qualified teacher. Exact number ofweeks/credits required will be determined by student teacher coordinator anddepartment chair. Candidates will draw from and develop the knowledge,skills and dispositions in planning, instruction, assessment andprofessionalism learned and assessed throughout the education program.Candidates are expected to model "Teacher as Servant" throughout theexperience by serving God and society in diverse classroom settings. (4-16 credits)Note: Graded on a pass/no pass basis. Successful completion of studentteaching is a necessary step towards licensure; a passing grade for studentteaching does not guarantee licensure recommendation from department.
EDU417 - Internship
EDU426 - Elementary Special Education Student Teaching
This experience will include the observation, engagement and instruction ofan elementary special education classroom for 4-8 weeks while under thesupervision of a licensed, qualified teacher. Exact number of weeks/creditsrequired will be determined by student teacher coordinator and departmentchair. Candidates will draw from and develop the knowledge, skills anddispositions in planning, instruction, assessment and professionalismlearned and assessed throughout the education program. Candidates areexpected to model "Teacher as Servant" throughout the experience by servingGod and society in diverse classroom settings. (4-8 credits) Note: Graded ona pass/no pass basis. Successful completion of student teaching is anecessary step towards licensure; a passing grade for student teaching doesnot guarantee licensure recommendation from department.
EDU428 - Secondary Special Education Student Teaching
This experience will include the observation, engagement and instruction ofa secondary special education classroom for 4-8 weeks while under thesupervision of a licensed, qualified teacher. Exact number of weeks/creditsrequired will be determined by student teacher coordinator and departmentchair. Candidates will draw from and develop the knowledge, skills anddispositions in planning, instruction, assessment and professionalismlearned and assessed throughout the education program. Candidates areexpected to model "Teacher as Servant" throughout the experience by servingGod and society in diverse classroom settings. (4-8 credits) Note: Graded ona pass/no pass basis. Successful completion of student teaching is anecessary step towards licensure; a passing grade for student teaching doesnot guarantee licensure recommendation from department.
EDU429 - Birth through Grade 3 Inclusive Settings Student Teaching
This experience will include the observation, engagement and instruction ofa multi-categorical elementary resource program for children from birth tograde three while under the supervision of a licensed, qualified teacher.During this practicum, candidates are required to complete supervisedstudent teaching experiences in two different settings, which can includeregistered child development homes, home visiting programs, state-accreditedchild care centers, or classrooms that include both children with andwithout disabilities in two of three age levels: infant and toddler,preprimary and primary. Using the knowledge, skills and dispositions inplanning, instruction, assessment and professionalism learned and assessedthroughout the education program, candidates will be able to schedule,evaluate, collaborate, write IEPs and IFSPs, and develop strategies toaddress special needs of children. Candidates are expected to model "Teacheras Servant" throughout the experience by serving God and society in diverseclassroom settings. Prerequisites: KIN 104 or current First Aid and infant child CPRcertification. (4-8 credits) Note: Graded on a pass/no pass basis.
EDU520 - Assessment Planning and Practice
This course will provide an in-depth presentation of the complex issue ofassessment, including an examination of evaluation procedures, frompre-referral intervention, eligibility/placement/program decision-making toprogress monitoring of research-based instructional interventions based onResponse to Intervention (RTI). Students will examine a variety of formaland informal instruments and techniques used in assessing the strengths,needs, interests, and preferences of children and youth with exceptionallearning needs. The focus is placed on providing students with knowledgeand skills necessary for selecting, using, interpreting, and evaluatingresults from measurement and/or screening instruments and techniquescommonly employed by professionals to facilitate special educationplacement, Individual Education Program (IEP) development and evaluation ofthe effectiveness of that instruction using progress-monitoring techniques.Issues in assessment and instruction concerning multicultural and bilingualspecial education will also be addressed. (3 credits)
NSC308 - Methods of Teaching Secondary Natural Science
(3 credits, alternate years, consult department) A study of the techniques and materials for teaching natural science at the secondary school level (for biology and chemistry majors). This courserequires a30-hour practicum and is required of each candidate seeking anendorsement in this content area. Notes: Does not count toward the major or minor. See course offeringsi under biology, chemistry and physics. Students must earn a "C" or better in the special methods course in orderto fulfill program requirements for secondary licensure. Prerequisite: upperclassman.
TSL207 - TESL Grammar
Study of English grammar as it applies to the teaching of English as a second language. Designed for active speakers of English who anticipate teaching ESL and wish to learn about those grammar topics of concern to ESL students. (2 credits, alternate years, consult department)
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