SED 3706    Principles of Teaching Adolescents    3 s.h.

Classroom management, Instructional strategies, and technology integration for diverse learners in the high school classroom. Cross-disciplinary curriculum exploration. Reflection and analysis of peer and classroom teaching experience. 30 hours of field experience required.
Prereq.: BCOE upper-division status.
Coreq.: TERG 3711.

SED 4800B    Special Methods: Integrated Business    3 s.h.

Techniques used in teaching integrated business subjects. Observation of teaching in a vocational setting, presentation of a lesson in a secondary or vocational school, unit development, reflective writing. Organization, administration, implementation, and evaluation of vocational business education programs at the secondary and adult education levels.
Prereq.: BCOE upper-division status and approval of chairperson.
Coreq.: SED 3706, TERG 3711 and FOUN 3710.

SED 4800C    Science Methods for Adolescent and Young Adult Learners    3 s.h.

Using NSTA/NCATE and Ohio content standards, candidates establish and maintain learning environments that provide diverse students with a holistic, interdisciplinary understanding of science. Background for teaching science, instructional strategies, classroom management, planning instruction, assessment, professional development, integration of content with inquiry emphasized. 80 hours field experience required.
Prereq.: BCOE upper-division status, SED 3706, 24 s.h. science.
Concurrent with: SED 4800L.

SED 4800E    English Methods for Adolescent and Young Adult Learners    3 s.h.

Exploring and demonstrating reflective teaching methods for adolescent learning of English: planning instruction, execution of teaching/learning activities, representations of English concepts, authentic assessment, English communication, purposeful use of instructional technology, classroom management for effective teaching. 80 hours field experience required.
Prereq.: BCOE upper-division status, SED 3706.
Concurrent with: SED 4800L.

SED 4800L    Laboratory Experience for Teaching Adolscent and Young Adult Learners    0 s.h.

Laboratory Experience for creating effective classroom environments that are developmentally appropriate, engaging, and integrate the use of technology to positively impact learning. Peer and clinical teaching designed to meet needs of all learners.
Coreq.: One of SED 4800C, SED 4800S, SED 4800M, SED 4800E.

SED 4800M    Mathematics Methods for Adolescent and Young Adult Learners    3 s.h.

Exploring and demonstrating reflective teaching methods for adolescent learning of mathematics: planning instruction, execution of teaching/learning activities, multiple representations of mathematical concepts, problem-solving strategies, authentic assessment, manipulative materials, mathematical communication, purposeful use of instructional technology, classroom management for effective teaching. 80 hours field experience required.
Prereq.: BCOE upper-division status and SED 3706.
Concurrent with: SED 4800L.

SED 4800S    Social Studies Methods for Adolescent and Young Adult Learners    3 s.h.

Theory and practice in learning how to plan, execute, and evaluate social studies lessons that are empowering, interesting, and reflective. Topics include: creating thematic unit plans; interpreting academic standards; writing instructional objectives; creating authentic learning activities; authentic assessment; classroom management and democratic discipline.
Prereq.: BCOE upper-division status and approval of chairperson.
Coreq.: SED 3706, TERG 3711 and FOUN 3710.

SED 4827    Supervised Student Teaching: Language (K-12)    1-10 s.h.

Sixteen weeks supervised student teaching experience in foreign language education.
Prereq.: passing scores on OAE exams, BCI/FBI background check, BCOE upper-division status.
Concurrent with: student teaching seminar.
Gen Ed: Capstone.

SED 4842    Supervised Student Teaching: High School    1-10 s.h.

Sixteen weeks supervised student teaching experience in adolescent/young adult education.
Prereq.: BCOE upper-division status, passing scores on OAE exams, BCI/FBI background check.
Concurrent with: student teaching seminar.
Gen Ed: Capstone.

SED 4842A    Student Teaching Seminar for Secondary Education    2 s.h.

Seminar topics are based on research and theory related to pedagogy, classroom management, cultural bias, academic language, differentiation, collaboration, and reflection. Examination of OSTP standards and professional ethics. Completion of the edTPA is required.
Coreq.: One of SED 4827, SED 4842, SED 4843, SED 4844, SED 4845, or SED 4846.

SED 4843    Supervised Student Teaching: Art (K-12)    1-10 s.h.

Sixteen weeks supervised student teaching experience in visual arts education.
Prereq.: passing scores on OAE exams, BCI/FBI background check, BCOE upper-division status.
Concurrent with: student teaching seminar.
Gen Ed: Capstone.

SED 4844    Supervised Student Teaching: Music (K-12)    1-10 s.h.

Sixteen weeks supervised student teaching experience in music education. Prereq. passage of OAE exams, BCI/FBI background check, upper division admission. Grading is CR/NC.
Prereq.: Passage of OAE exams, BCI/FBI background check, BCOE upper division status.
Coreq.: SED 4842A.
Concurrent with: student teaching seminar.
Gen Ed: Capstone.

SED 4845    Supervised Student Teaching: Health (K-12)    1-10 s.h.

Sixteen weeks supervised student teaching experience in health education.
Prereq.: passing score on OAE exams, BCI/FBI background check, BCOE upper-division status.
Concurrent with: student teaching seminar.
Gen Ed: Capstone.

SED 4846    Supervised Student Teaching: Physical Education (K-12)    1-10 s.h.

Sixteen weeks supervised student teaching experience in physical education.
Prereq.: passing score on the OAE exams, BCI/FBI background check, BCOE upper-division status.
Concurrent with: student teaching seminar.

SED 4850    Supervised Student Teaching: Career/Technical    1-10 s.h.

Full-time 16 week student teaching in grades 4-adult supervised by University faculty and experienced career/technical practitioners licensed in the teaching subject of the candidate. Grading is CR/NC.
Prereq.: BCOE upper-division status, passing scores on PRAXIS II content and PLT test, criminal background check, and completion of adolescent/young adult or career/technical program excluding student teaching and student teaching seminar.
Coreq.: SED 4842A.

SED 6910    Supervision Secondary Schools    2 s.h.

SED 6920    Field Experience Supervision    2 s.h.

SED 6931    The Secondary School Curriculum    3 s.h.

Historical development of the American secondary school curriculum, present nature, and recent developments. Study of reports, experiments, and typical programs. The roles of supervisors, administrators, teachers, pupils, and public in the development of curriculum.
Prereq.: Admission to the School of Graduate Studies and Research.

SED 6935    Curriculum Development in VBME    2 s.h.

SED 6957    Practicum in Language Arts    2 s.h.

SED 6958    Instructional Supervision for Nonschool Personnel    3 s.h.

Strategies of teaching and supervision, including the use of media, the evaluation of instruction and pupil performance, and related personnel issues will be covered. The course is designed for personnel in nonschool settings who have teaching or supervisory responsibility in in-service programs.
Prereq.: Permission of instructor.

SED 6965    Supervised Student Teaching: High School    5 s.h.

Full-time 16-week student teaching in grades 7-12 supervised by University faculty and experienced A/YA practitioners licensed in the teaching subject of the candidate. To be taken concurrently with SED 6965A. Grading is S/U.
Prereq.: Completion of all requirements for initial Adolescent/Young Adult licensure and permission of advisor.

SED 6990    Independent Study    1-4 s.h.

Individual investigation of advanced topics under guidance of selected staff.
Prereq.: FOUN 6904.

SED 6999    Thesis    2-6 s.h.

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Prereq.: Approval of department graduate faculty and chair.

SED 7025    Seminar in Secondary Education    1-5 s.h.

Study of selected topics chosen by the secondary education staff. May be repeated by non-degree students. See TCED 7032.
Prereq.: Permission of instructor.

SED 7042    Professional Development for Classroom Teacher Educators    2 s.h.

A restricted professional development course for classroom teacher educators invited to supervise the instructional program of student teachers and field experience students. The course concentrates on developing analytical observation, conferencing, evaluation, and supervision skills based on scientific knowledge and theoretical constructs.
Prereq.: Invitation from YSU and endorsement from home school district to serve as a classroom teacher educator.
Cross-listed: EMCE 7042.