Elementary Education (B.A., B.S.)

Elementary education students who desire a Bachelor of Arts degree must complete two years of college-level foreign language.

See the elementary education brochure for other program requirements.

Courses  
Elementary Education Major (65 hours)
ART 1000/EDUC 1000 Art in the Elementary School 3 hours
EDUC 1010 Introduction to Education in the United States 2 hours
EDUC 1680 Literature for Children and Youth 3 hours
EDUC 1750 Field Experience 1 hour
EDUC 2050 Human Development and Learning I 2 hours
EDUC 2060 Human Development and Learning II 2 hours
EDUC 2090 Theory of Reading 2 hours
EDUC 2850 Education in a Pluralistic Society 3 hours
EDUC 2870 Instructional Technology 3 hours
EDUC 3400 Teaching Mathematics in K-8 2 hours
EDUC 3420 Teaching Social Sciences in K-8 3 hours
EDUC 3440 Teaching Natural Sciences K-8 3 hours
EDUC 3450 Methods for Teaching Literacy in K-8 4 hours
EDUC 3460A Methods Practicum K-8 Literacy 1 hour
EDUC 3460B Methods Practicum K-8 Math 1 hour
EDUC 3860 Classroom Management and Discipline 1 hour
HHP 2780 Curriculum and Methodology for Elementary Health and Physical Education 3 hours
MATH 1200 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers 3 hours
MUSIC 2520 Music Methods and Materials for Elementary Teachers 2 hours
SPED 2070 Understanding Human Differences 3 hours
SPED 3460 Adapted Methods Practicum K-8 1 hour
SPED 3480 Curriculum Adaptations for Language Art Methods 1 hour
SPED 3700 Curriculum Adaptations for Math and Science Methods 1 hour
Capstone Courses  
EDUC 4800 Supervised Teaching in the Elementary School or
EDUC 4890 Urban Student Teaching Semester
14 hours
EDUC 4990 Student Teaching Seminar 1 hour

Contact the Education department for additional certification requirements.

ART 1000 Art in the Elementary School (3 hours)

Study of age- and developmentally-appropriate philosophy, methodology, processes, and content for visual arts instruction in the elementary schools. Includes strategies for teaching art criticism, art history, art media and techniques, aesthetics, and developing curriculum for the elementary school art program. Students will engage in constructing and solving a series of design problems via a range of 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional art processes. Laboratory and teaching experiences in elementary schools as well as assigned readings, reflective writings, lecture/presentations, hands-on activities, and classroom discussions are provided. Required for certification of elementary teachers and K-12 art endorsements. Cannot be applied toward a major in art.
Cross listed with EDUC 1000.

EDUC 1000 Art in the Elementary School (3 hours)

See ART 1000 Art in the Elementary School.

EDUC 1010 Introduction to Education in the United States (2 hours)

A course providing a broad, general survey of education in the United States, designed to help students decide whether to continue coursework in professional education. This course is a prerequisite to further work in the department.
(Normally offered each semester.)

EDUC 1680 Literature for Children and Youth (3 hours)

An introduction to and survey of the genres of literature for children, along with the place of children's literature in the curriculum and the evaluation of the literary worth of children's books.
(Normally offered each spring semester.)

EDUC 1750 Field Experience (1 hour)

A course designed to allow students an opportunity to determine if they have a talent for teaching. Students will be assigned to assist an elementary, or secondary school teacher for a designated period of time each week. May be repeated a maximum of three times.
Pass/Fail only.
Pre or corequisite(s): EDUC 1010 Introduction to Education in the United States.
(Normally offered each semester.)

EDUC 2050 Human Development and Learning I (2 hours)

A course designed to acquaint students with the basic principles of growth and all phases of human development. Students will be required to assist an elementary or secondary teacher for a 50-minute period twice a week.
Pre or corequisite(s): EDUC 1010 Introduction to Education in the United States or permission of the department chair or instructor.
(Normally offered each semester.)

EDUC 2060 Human Development and Learning II (2 hours)

A continuation of EDUC 2050 with emphasis on the principles of learning and their application in the field of education. Secondary students will be required to assist a school teacher for a 50-minute period twice a week.
Pre or corequisite(s): EDUC 1010 Introduction to Education in the United States and EDUC 2050 Human Development and Learning I, or permission of the department chair or instructor.
(Normally offered each spring semester.)

EDUC 2090 Theory of Reading (2 hours)

This course serves as a theoretical foundation for the Reading and Language Arts Methods course. The students will define reading and discuss the purposeful nature of reading. The class presents a survey of the various theories of reading acquisition and familiarizes students with specific theories. It will encourage students to begin forming their own philosophy about the reading process. The State Standards for Reading and Writing will be presented and explored for their connections to theory and practice. The interconnectedness of listening, speaking, reading, and writing will be explored. This course will begin to build the bridge between theory and classroom application.
Prerequisite(s): EDUC 1010 Introduction to Education in the United States.
(Normally offered each spring semester.)

Archway Curriculum: Essential Connections: Writing Instructive
EDUC 2850 Education in a Pluralistic Society (3 hours)

This course helps future teachers and coaches recognize and understand biases experienced by groups and individuals due to race, ethnicity, gender, social class, religion, exceptionality, sexual orientation, and language background to help them work effectively with a diverse student or student-athlete population. This course meets the Nebraska Human Relations Training requirement for teacher certification and for the NSAA coaching certification
Pre or Corequisite(s): EDUC 1010 Introduction to Education in the United States or declared Coaching minor, or permission of instructor.
(Normally offered each semester.)

Archway Curriculum: Integrative Core: Democracy Thread
Archway Curriculum: Essential Connections: Diversity Instructive: U.S.
EDUC 2870 Instructional Technology (3 hours)

See SPED 2870 Instructional and Adaptive Technology.

EDUC 3400 Teaching Mathematics in K-8 (2 hours)

This course focuses on the content and process skills of teaching and learning math in the elementary and middle grades. The course incorporates methodologies (including interdisciplinary approaches) for developing and implementing curriculum and assessing learning. Laboratory experiences are provided.
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Teacher Education Program or permission of the department chair.
Corequisite(s): EDUC 3440 Teaching Natural Sciences K-8.

(Normally offered each spring semester.)

EDUC 3420 Teaching Social Sciences in K-8 (3 hours)

A course focusing on the methodology and content of elementary social sciences. It includes a survey of social science content, strategies for teaching the five disciplines of the social sciences, interdisciplinary approaches, human relationships, mental health, and community health. No P/F.
Prerequisite(s): EDUC 2090 Theory of Reading and acceptance into the Teacher Education Program, or permission of the department chair.
(Normally offered each fall semester.)

EDUC 3440 Teaching Natural Sciences K-8 (3 hours)

This course focuses on the content and process skills of teaching and learning science in the elementary and middle grades. The course incorporates methodologies (including interdisciplinary approaches) for developing and implementing curricula and assessing learning. Laboratory experiences are provided.
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Teacher Education Program or permission of the department chair.
Corequisite(s): EDUC 3400 Teaching Mathematics in K-8.
(Normally offered each spring semester.)

EDUC 3450 Methods for Teaching Literacy in K-8 (4 hours)

A course focusing on planning, teaching, and assessing the four broad areas of literacy: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The course includes writing plans that address objectives and standards, and meeting the needs of individual students. Teaching includes a variety of methodologies: basal series, direct instruction, holistic approaches, and balanced instruction. Effective listening, speaking, and writing through knowledge and proficiency in grammar usage, spelling, and handwriting are covered. Students gather information and experiences throughout the semester to form their own philosophies of teaching and assessing literacy. A unit on educational assessment and interpretation of results is also included. Includes 25 hours of practicum experience.
Prerequisite(s): EDUC 2090 Theory of Reading and acceptance into the Teacher Education Program, or permission of the department chair.
Corequisite(s): SPED 3480 Curriculum Adaptations for Language Art Methods.

(Normally offered each fall semester.)

Archway Curriculum: Essential Connections: Writing Instructive
EDUC 3460A Methods Practicum K-8 Literacy (1 hour)

A practicum opportunity allowing students to practice the planning, teaching, assessment, and dispositions that are presented in methods classes.
Corequisite(s): EDUC 3450 Methods for Teaching Literacy in K-8, SPED 3460 Adapted Methods Practicum K-8 and SPED 3480 Curriculum Adaptations for Language Art Methods.
(Normally offered each fall semester.)

EDUC 3460B Methods Practicum K-8 Math (1 hour)

A practicum opportunity allowing students to practice the planning, teaching, assessment, and dispositions that are presented in methods classes.
Pre or corequisite(s): EDUC 3400 Teaching Mathematics in K-8 and SPED 3700 Curriculum Adaptations for Math and Science Methods.
(Normally offered each spring semester.)

EDUC 3860 Classroom Management and Discipline (1 hour)

This course focuses on various attitudes, behaviors, and techniques which lead to effective classroom management. Students will engage in critical thinking and reflection as they review and develop effective classroom management practices.
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Teacher Education Program or approval of the department chair.
(Normally offered each fall semester.)

EDUC 4800 Supervised Teaching in the Elementary School (7-14 hours)

Students work with one or more regular teachers in an elementary school. They teach a full day, attend the student teaching seminar, and conference with their college supervisors as directed.
Prerequisite(s): Completion of preliminary student teaching requirements or approval of the department chair.

Archway Curriculum: Essential Connections: Experiential Learning: Intensive
EDUC 4890 Urban Student Teaching Semester (14 hours)

The Chicago Center for Urban Life and Culture project is a semester-long program that involves both interdisciplinary class work and field experiences in Chicago, Illinois, including full-time student teaching. The semester program will replace certain teacher certification program requirements as determined by the department chair.
Prerequisite(s): Students must meet the preliminary requirements for student teaching, be approved by the education department and the chair of the department in which the student is majoring, and be accepted by the Chicago Center Program Director.

Archway Curriculum: Essential Connections: Experiential Learning: Intensive
EDUC 4990 Student Teaching Seminar (1 hour)

A capstone course that meets biweekly for two hours to focus on two areas: first, to provide a structured and safe environment to dialogue about student teaching successes and concerns; and second, invited speakers, students and the instructor will discuss topics most pertinent to student teaching, how to obtain a teaching position, and critical issues for the beginning teacher. Topics include educational law, morals and ethics, student/teacher/parent rights and responsibilites, establishing and maintaining positive communication with the staff and community, as well as interviewing and job search skills.
Corequisite(s): Student teaching or permission of the department chair.
(Normally offered each semester.)

Archway Curriculum: Essential Connections: Speaking Instructive
HHP 2780 Curriculum and Methodology for Elementary Health and Physical Education (3 hours)

An examination of the objectives of an elementary health and physical education program and the development of a curriculum to meet these objectives. An introduction to teaching methods and class management skills are utilized in these programs. This course is designed for elementary education majors.
Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing.
(Normally offered each fall semester.)

MATH 1200 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers (3 hours)

A course for elementary education majors designed to promote a deep understanding of elementary mathematics topics, including the decimal system, fractions, percentages, arithmetic operations and problem-solving. Emphasis is placed on communicating mathematics, both in writing and orally.
(Normally offered each fall semester.)

MUSIC 2520 Music Methods and Materials for Elementary Teachers (2 hours)

A study of the theoretical materials of music and the methods of teaching music in the elementary schools. Intended primarily for elementary education majors and not open to music majors.
Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing or permission of the instructor.

SPED 2070 Understanding Human Differences (3 hours)

This course provides an overview of basic concepts related to the inclusive education of differently abled students. A broad understanding of a range of low and high incidence disabilities will be explored. Historical factors, legislation, litigation, service delivery models, and cross-cultural issues are examined in the course. Students will complete a fieldwork experience that will allow them an opportunity to assist kindergarten, elementary, middle school, or junior high special education students for a designated period of time. No P/F.
(Normally offered each fall semester.)

SPED 3460 Adapted Methods Practicum K-8 (1 hour)

A practicum opportunity allowing students to practice adapting lessons for children with exceptionalities.
Pre or corequisite(s): EDUC 3400 Teaching Mathematics in K-8, EDUC 3420 Teaching Social Sciences in K-8, EDUC 3440 Teaching Natural Sciences K-8, EDUC 3450 Methods for Teaching Literacy in K-8, SPED 3480 Curriculum Adaptations for Language Art Methods, SPED 3700 Curriculum Adaptations for Math and Science Methods, and .

SPED 3480 Curriculum Adaptations for Language Art Methods (1 hour)

As a corequisite with EDUC 3450 Methods for Teaching Literacy in K-8, this course will involve the critical study of materials, curriculum, and effective instruction used in teaching children and youth with mild/moderate disabilities.
Corequisite(s): EDUC 3450 Methods for Teaching Literacy in K-8.
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Teacher Education Program or permission of the department chair.

SPED 3700 Curriculum Adaptations for Math and Science Methods (1 hour)

As a corequisite of EDUC 3400 Teaching Mathematics in K-8 and EDUC 3440 Teaching Natural Sciences K-8, this course involves the critical study of materials, curriculum and effective instruction used in teaching children and youth with mild/moderate disabilities.
Corequisite(s): EDUC 3400 Teaching Mathematics in K-8 and EDUC 3440 Teaching Natural Sciences K-8.
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Teacher Education Program or permission of the department chair.

(Normally offered each spring semester.)

ART 1000 Art in the Elementary School (3 hours)

Study of age- and developmentally-appropriate philosophy, methodology, processes, and content for visual arts instruction in the elementary schools. Includes strategies for teaching art criticism, art history, art media and techniques, aesthetics, and developing curriculum for the elementary school art program. Students will engage in constructing and solving a series of design problems via a range of 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional art processes. Laboratory and teaching experiences in elementary schools as well as assigned readings, reflective writings, lecture/presentations, hands-on activities, and classroom discussions are provided. Required for certification of elementary teachers and K-12 art endorsements. Cannot be applied toward a major in art.
Cross listed with EDUC 1000.

EDUC 1000 Art in the Elementary School (3 hours)

See ART 1000 Art in the Elementary School.

EDUC 1010 Introduction to Education in the United States (2 hours)

A course providing a broad, general survey of education in the United States, designed to help students decide whether to continue coursework in professional education. This course is a prerequisite to further work in the department.
(Normally offered each semester.)

EDUC 1680 Literature for Children and Youth (3 hours)

An introduction to and survey of the genres of literature for children, along with the place of children's literature in the curriculum and the evaluation of the literary worth of children's books.
(Normally offered each spring semester.)

EDUC 1750 Field Experience (1 hour)

A course designed to allow students an opportunity to determine if they have a talent for teaching. Students will be assigned to assist an elementary, or secondary school teacher for a designated period of time each week. May be repeated a maximum of three times.
Pass/Fail only.
Pre or corequisite(s): EDUC 1010 Introduction to Education in the United States.
(Normally offered each semester.)

EDUC 2050 Human Development and Learning I (2 hours)

A course designed to acquaint students with the basic principles of growth and all phases of human development. Students will be required to assist an elementary or secondary teacher for a 50-minute period twice a week.
Pre or corequisite(s): EDUC 1010 Introduction to Education in the United States or permission of the department chair or instructor.
(Normally offered each semester.)

EDUC 2060 Human Development and Learning II (2 hours)

A continuation of EDUC 2050 with emphasis on the principles of learning and their application in the field of education. Secondary students will be required to assist a school teacher for a 50-minute period twice a week.
Pre or corequisite(s): EDUC 1010 Introduction to Education in the United States and EDUC 2050 Human Development and Learning I, or permission of the department chair or instructor.
(Normally offered each spring semester.)

EDUC 2090 Theory of Reading (2 hours)

This course serves as a theoretical foundation for the Reading and Language Arts Methods course. The students will define reading and discuss the purposeful nature of reading. The class presents a survey of the various theories of reading acquisition and familiarizes students with specific theories. It will encourage students to begin forming their own philosophy about the reading process. The State Standards for Reading and Writing will be presented and explored for their connections to theory and practice. The interconnectedness of listening, speaking, reading, and writing will be explored. This course will begin to build the bridge between theory and classroom application.
Prerequisite(s): EDUC 1010 Introduction to Education in the United States.
(Normally offered each spring semester.)

Archway Curriculum: Essential Connections: Writing Instructive
EDUC 2850 Education in a Pluralistic Society (3 hours)

This course helps future teachers and coaches recognize and understand biases experienced by groups and individuals due to race, ethnicity, gender, social class, religion, exceptionality, sexual orientation, and language background to help them work effectively with a diverse student or student-athlete population. This course meets the Nebraska Human Relations Training requirement for teacher certification and for the NSAA coaching certification
Pre or Corequisite(s): EDUC 1010 Introduction to Education in the United States or declared Coaching minor, or permission of instructor.
(Normally offered each semester.)

Archway Curriculum: Integrative Core: Democracy Thread
Archway Curriculum: Essential Connections: Diversity Instructive: U.S.
EDUC 2870 Instructional Technology (3 hours)

See SPED 2870 Instructional and Adaptive Technology.

EDUC 3400 Teaching Mathematics in K-8 (2 hours)

This course focuses on the content and process skills of teaching and learning math in the elementary and middle grades. The course incorporates methodologies (including interdisciplinary approaches) for developing and implementing curriculum and assessing learning. Laboratory experiences are provided.
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Teacher Education Program or permission of the department chair.
Corequisite(s): EDUC 3440 Teaching Natural Sciences K-8.

(Normally offered each spring semester.)

EDUC 3420 Teaching Social Sciences in K-8 (3 hours)

A course focusing on the methodology and content of elementary social sciences. It includes a survey of social science content, strategies for teaching the five disciplines of the social sciences, interdisciplinary approaches, human relationships, mental health, and community health. No P/F.
Prerequisite(s): EDUC 2090 Theory of Reading and acceptance into the Teacher Education Program, or permission of the department chair.
(Normally offered each fall semester.)

EDUC 3440 Teaching Natural Sciences K-8 (3 hours)

This course focuses on the content and process skills of teaching and learning science in the elementary and middle grades. The course incorporates methodologies (including interdisciplinary approaches) for developing and implementing curricula and assessing learning. Laboratory experiences are provided.
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Teacher Education Program or permission of the department chair.
Corequisite(s): EDUC 3400 Teaching Mathematics in K-8.
(Normally offered each spring semester.)

EDUC 3450 Methods for Teaching Literacy in K-8 (4 hours)

A course focusing on planning, teaching, and assessing the four broad areas of literacy: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The course includes writing plans that address objectives and standards, and meeting the needs of individual students. Teaching includes a variety of methodologies: basal series, direct instruction, holistic approaches, and balanced instruction. Effective listening, speaking, and writing through knowledge and proficiency in grammar usage, spelling, and handwriting are covered. Students gather information and experiences throughout the semester to form their own philosophies of teaching and assessing literacy. A unit on educational assessment and interpretation of results is also included. Includes 25 hours of practicum experience.
Prerequisite(s): EDUC 2090 Theory of Reading and acceptance into the Teacher Education Program, or permission of the department chair.
Corequisite(s): SPED 3480 Curriculum Adaptations for Language Art Methods.

(Normally offered each fall semester.)

Archway Curriculum: Essential Connections: Writing Instructive
EDUC 3460A Methods Practicum K-8 Literacy (1 hour)

A practicum opportunity allowing students to practice the planning, teaching, assessment, and dispositions that are presented in methods classes.
Corequisite(s): EDUC 3450 Methods for Teaching Literacy in K-8, SPED 3460 Adapted Methods Practicum K-8 and SPED 3480 Curriculum Adaptations for Language Art Methods.
(Normally offered each fall semester.)

EDUC 3460B Methods Practicum K-8 Math (1 hour)

A practicum opportunity allowing students to practice the planning, teaching, assessment, and dispositions that are presented in methods classes.
Pre or corequisite(s): EDUC 3400 Teaching Mathematics in K-8 and SPED 3700 Curriculum Adaptations for Math and Science Methods.
(Normally offered each spring semester.)

EDUC 3860 Classroom Management and Discipline (1 hour)

This course focuses on various attitudes, behaviors, and techniques which lead to effective classroom management. Students will engage in critical thinking and reflection as they review and develop effective classroom management practices.
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Teacher Education Program or approval of the department chair.
(Normally offered each fall semester.)

EDUC 4800 Supervised Teaching in the Elementary School (7-14 hours)

Students work with one or more regular teachers in an elementary school. They teach a full day, attend the student teaching seminar, and conference with their college supervisors as directed.
Prerequisite(s): Completion of preliminary student teaching requirements or approval of the department chair.

Archway Curriculum: Essential Connections: Experiential Learning: Intensive
EDUC 4890 Urban Student Teaching Semester (14 hours)

The Chicago Center for Urban Life and Culture project is a semester-long program that involves both interdisciplinary class work and field experiences in Chicago, Illinois, including full-time student teaching. The semester program will replace certain teacher certification program requirements as determined by the department chair.
Prerequisite(s): Students must meet the preliminary requirements for student teaching, be approved by the education department and the chair of the department in which the student is majoring, and be accepted by the Chicago Center Program Director.

Archway Curriculum: Essential Connections: Experiential Learning: Intensive
EDUC 4990 Student Teaching Seminar (1 hour)

A capstone course that meets biweekly for two hours to focus on two areas: first, to provide a structured and safe environment to dialogue about student teaching successes and concerns; and second, invited speakers, students and the instructor will discuss topics most pertinent to student teaching, how to obtain a teaching position, and critical issues for the beginning teacher. Topics include educational law, morals and ethics, student/teacher/parent rights and responsibilites, establishing and maintaining positive communication with the staff and community, as well as interviewing and job search skills.
Corequisite(s): Student teaching or permission of the department chair.
(Normally offered each semester.)

Archway Curriculum: Essential Connections: Speaking Instructive
HHP 2780 Curriculum and Methodology for Elementary Health and Physical Education (3 hours)

An examination of the objectives of an elementary health and physical education program and the development of a curriculum to meet these objectives. An introduction to teaching methods and class management skills are utilized in these programs. This course is designed for elementary education majors.
Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing.
(Normally offered each fall semester.)

MATH 1200 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers (3 hours)

A course for elementary education majors designed to promote a deep understanding of elementary mathematics topics, including the decimal system, fractions, percentages, arithmetic operations and problem-solving. Emphasis is placed on communicating mathematics, both in writing and orally.
(Normally offered each fall semester.)

MUSIC 2520 Music Methods and Materials for Elementary Teachers (2 hours)

A study of the theoretical materials of music and the methods of teaching music in the elementary schools. Intended primarily for elementary education majors and not open to music majors.
Prerequisite(s): Sophomore standing or permission of the instructor.

SPED 2070 Understanding Human Differences (3 hours)

This course provides an overview of basic concepts related to the inclusive education of differently abled students. A broad understanding of a range of low and high incidence disabilities will be explored. Historical factors, legislation, litigation, service delivery models, and cross-cultural issues are examined in the course. Students will complete a fieldwork experience that will allow them an opportunity to assist kindergarten, elementary, middle school, or junior high special education students for a designated period of time. No P/F.
(Normally offered each fall semester.)

SPED 3460 Adapted Methods Practicum K-8 (1 hour)

A practicum opportunity allowing students to practice adapting lessons for children with exceptionalities.
Pre or corequisite(s): EDUC 3400 Teaching Mathematics in K-8, EDUC 3420 Teaching Social Sciences in K-8, EDUC 3440 Teaching Natural Sciences K-8, EDUC 3450 Methods for Teaching Literacy in K-8, SPED 3480 Curriculum Adaptations for Language Art Methods, SPED 3700 Curriculum Adaptations for Math and Science Methods, and .

SPED 3480 Curriculum Adaptations for Language Art Methods (1 hour)

As a corequisite with EDUC 3450 Methods for Teaching Literacy in K-8, this course will involve the critical study of materials, curriculum, and effective instruction used in teaching children and youth with mild/moderate disabilities.
Corequisite(s): EDUC 3450 Methods for Teaching Literacy in K-8.
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Teacher Education Program or permission of the department chair.

SPED 3700 Curriculum Adaptations for Math and Science Methods (1 hour)

As a corequisite of EDUC 3400 Teaching Mathematics in K-8 and EDUC 3440 Teaching Natural Sciences K-8, this course involves the critical study of materials, curriculum and effective instruction used in teaching children and youth with mild/moderate disabilities.
Corequisite(s): EDUC 3400 Teaching Mathematics in K-8 and EDUC 3440 Teaching Natural Sciences K-8.
Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Teacher Education Program or permission of the department chair.

(Normally offered each spring semester.)