Graduate Catalog 2019-2021

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EDMG 5001 Prof Seminar & Field Studies

Candidates will demonstrate in public school classrooms, their entry level proficiency as teachers by drawing on deep content knowledge; planning, implementing, and evaluating curriculum; fostering and assessing student learning; identifying and planning for the needs of diverse learners; and contributing positively to the educational life of the school and community.

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EDMG 5002 Prof Sem/Field Studies/MG MAT

Prerequisite: Successful completion of all courses required during summer of the MAT program: EDMG 5001, EDMG 5212, EDMG 5250, and EDIT 5220. As part of the teacher education program, the student demonstrates in public school classrooms the abilities to draw on deep content knowledge in order to plan, implement and evaluate curriculum; to foster and to assess student learning; to identify and plan for the needs of diverse learners; to contribute positively to the educational life of the school and community.

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EDMG 5212 Learning and the Learner

As part of the teacher education program, the student demonstrates in public school classrooms the abilities to draw on deep content and pedagogical content knowledge in order to plan, implement and evaluate curriculum; to foster and to assess student learning; to identify and plan for the needs of diverse learners; to contribute positively to the educational life of the school and community. Co-requisites: EDMG 5250, EDMG 5001, and EDIT 5220.

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EDMG 5214 Middle Grades Learner

The course content and activities develops the teacher candidate’s knowledge of middle level learners to include the intellectual, physical, social, emotional, and moral characteristics, needs, and interests of young adolescents as well as the role community plays in their lives. The middle grades philosophy is also integrated into the content.

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EDMG 5240 Curriculum & Instruction

Prerequisites: Successful completion of all previous courses in the Middle Grades Master of Arts in Teaching Math and Science (MG MAT M&S): EDMG 5212, EDMG 5250, and EDIT 5220. As part of the Middle Grades MAT in mathematics and science, the student learns to study, analyze and implement appropriate curriculum and instruction for young adolescents.

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EDMG 5243 Capstone

Prerequisites: Successful completion of all previous courses in the Middle Grades Master of Arts in Teaching Math and Science (MG MAT M&S): EDMG 5001, EDMG 5212, EDMG 5250, EDIT 5220, EDMG 5240, EDMG 5245, EDMG 5002, EDRD 5210, EDEX 6111, and EDIT 5222. This experience is planned with the MAT mentor leader and may involve the public schools.

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EDMG 5245 Curriculum & Assessment

Prerequisites: Successful completion of all previous courses in the Middle Grades Master of Arts in Teaching Math and Science (MG MAT M&S): EDMG 5001, EDMG 5212, EDMG 5250, and EDIT 5220. As part of the Middle Grades MAT in mathematics and science, the student learns to study, analyze and implement appropriate curriculum and assessment for young adolescents.

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EDMG 5250 Pedagogy & Nature/Disciplines

As part of the Middle Grades MAT in mathematics and science, the student learns to study the organization and major themes of the content disciplines, and to apply this knowledge to the development of curricular themes. Co-requisites: EDMG 5212 and EDMG 5001.

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EDMG 5255 Family/School/Community

Prerequisites: Successful completion of all previous courses in the Middle Grades Master of Arts in Teaching Math and Science (MG MAT M&S): EDMG 5212, EDMG 5250, EDIT 5220, EDMG 5240, EDMG 5245, EDMG 5002, EDRD 5210, EDEX 6111, and EDIT 5222. This course examines the interactive relationships among families, communities, and middle schools that can provide for a more responsive education for young adolescents. Graduate students will study recent research in order to deepen their understanding of the ways that these relationships have an impact on student learning and create a plan for improving this aspect of middle grades education before becoming certified teachers.

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EDMG 5960 Internship

Prerequisites: Successful completion of all previous courses in the Middle Grades Master of Arts in Teaching Math and Science (MG MAT M&S): EDMG 5001, EDMG 5212, EDMG 5250, EDIT 5220, EDMG 5240, EDMG 5245, EDMG 5002, EDRD 5210, EDEX 6111, and EDIT 5222. An individually designed and planned learning experience involving field experience. Must be approved by department chairperson. A course fee is required for student teaching. The monies are used to provide a stipend for host teachers. This course is repeatable for credit.

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