ED 342 - Foundations of Teaching SBFE
This school-based field experience works in tangent with the ED 341 classroom instruction and content, for students to observe and implement techniques and strategies for teaching. Students will work with a cooperating teacher in a public school setting and the course instructor around concepts such as lesson design, instructional practices, assessment, differentiated learning styles, and classroom management.
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (0-2)
Prerequisites: ED 204 (minimum grade of B-) OR ED 222 (minimum grade of B-)
Minimum Class Standing: Sophomore
Corequisite: ED 341
Students must complete a background check.
Students must complete this course with a B- or better for admission to the Teacher Education Licensure Program.
If pursuing a Biochemistry Secondary Education Major you may need to seek an electronic override prior to registration from Skyhawk Station, advising, or the instructor.
There is a course specific fee for this course.
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