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Education (ED)
Education 2200E - Perspectives on Schooling
This course will consider various perceptions of the purpose and function of schooling, explore the culture of schools, and examine the characteristics and role of the teaching profession. The course is designed for students who are considering a teaching career, and for others interested in the social issues of schooling.
Antirequisite(s): The former Education 100E.
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Extra Information: 3 hours, 1.0 course.
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Education 2222A/B - Education and the Sciences
Three broad themes concerning the nature of science, curriculum, and learning underlie a focus on educational issues in the teaching and learning of the natural and mathematical sciences at the secondary school level. Includes observation in secondary school science classrooms.
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Prerequisite(s): Admission to the BSc Honors Minor in Education; Education 2200E.
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Extra Information: 2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory (i.e., 3 hr. school observation) per week, 0.5 course.
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Education 2401B - Practicum I
An initial practicum in which prospective mathematics teachers are placed in secondary school classrooms for a minimum of thirteen school days. Students work under the guidance of an experienced mathematics teacher, observing and participating in daily classroom life in a variety of roles.
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Extra Information: 0.5 course.
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Education 3402B - Practicum II
A second practicum experience in which prospective mathematics teachers are placed in secondary school classrooms for a minimum of thirteen school days. Students work under the guidance of an experienced mathematics teacher, observing and participating in daily classroom life in a variety of roles, and taking on specific teaching responsibilities.
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Extra Information: 0.5 course.
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Education 4403A/B - Classroom Learning Theory and Practice
Classroom Learning Theory and Practice: A formal discussion of the activities and events of Education 2401B, Education 3402B, and Education 4405B Professional Practice in Context, including analysis of teaching experiences and critical reflection on the work of teachers in schools.
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Extra Information: 0.5 course.
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Education 4405B - Professional Practice in Context
Concurrent students participate in a culminating Education program that puts the prior learning of the concurrent program into the context of professional practice. Course content includes community learning, workshops, seminars, lectures, and professional reflection. Assignments include an essay on the issues and concerns of professional practice in relation to particular teaching subjects.

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Extra Information: 0.5 course.
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Academic Calendar 2013 UNDERGRADUATE COURSE INFORMATION Education (ED)
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