Education Graduate Courses
Dept Prefix CRS# Title Credit Hours
ESE 5342 - (3) Teaching the Adolescent Learner
Emphasis is placed on adolescent developmental and learning needs linking them to practices in the classroom appropriate to the diverse secondary education population (ESOL, special education, multicultural, at-risk, etc.) in preparation for planning responsive standards-based instruction.
ESE 5344 - (3) Classroom Management For A Diverse School & Society
Covers practical, theoretical, philosophical and ethical aspects of school and society; the education profession; and secondary schools with particular focus on classroom management, school violence, educational law, and other critical social issues.
ESE 7415 - (3) Teaching and Learning in the Content Area
This course examine aspects of secondary school reform movement and the effect on various content fields associated with secondary school. Attention is given to motives for school reform, public policy issues associated, effect of reform, & how school reform movements affect teaching and learning.
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