EDUC 292 - Explorations in Elementary Education
This course will provide a broad overview of current issues and practices in elementary schools. Candidates will explore major child development concepts, learning theories, socio-historical contexts, and research related to the growth and development and literacy acquisition. This course requires a field experience involving tutoring in a local school.
Prerequisite(s): Demonstrated proficiency in critical reading, writing, and mathematics. Indiana standards and benchmarks will be followed. Current requirements include a score of 220 on each part of the Core Academic Skills Assessment (CASA) OR qualifying ACT, SAT, GRE scores. Overall GPA of 2.75 or higher.
Prereq (may be taken concurrently): EDUC 221
Term(s) Offered: Fall, Spring
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