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    Master Apprenticeship Program + Initial Teacher Licensure Course Requirements

    Core Course Requirements for the Master Apprenticeship Program + Initial Teacher Licensure

    • EDA 509 - Independent Research in Cont Area

      Adolescent to Young Adult students bring their content area knowledge to a greater degree of sophistication as they continue to increase their depth of content area knowledge and to explore literature and standards from the learned organizations which inform that discipline. Their increasing expertise is demonstrated as they complete research in their content area. Along with content area knowledge, emphasis is placed on purpose, pedagogy, success, planning and materials.

    • EDA 513 - Adv Studies in Dev & Learning

      This course provides both theoretical background and substantive field experience. Students apply their knowledge of developmental influences and stages through actual work with students on a daily basis. Designed with emphasis on the appropriate range of age groups, a comprehensive study of a student becomes the cornerstone of the course and becomes the vehicle through which theory and practice are explored.

    • EDA 520 - Content Area Reading

      This course encompasses a survey of literature for children and young adults, covering a variety of literary genres. Special attention to criteria and procedures for teacher selection of literature will support a complex, literature-based curriculum.

    • EDA 523 - Reading and Assessment

      Application of current philosophies and practices in the teaching of reading with emphasis on the individuality of the reader and the reader

    • EDA 540 - Curriculum Materials Methods I

      Ohio Learning Standards and Planning for Instruction: During this sequence of courses that spans the school year, apprentices participate in grade level placements aligning with licensure requirements. Apprentices work extensively with effective lesson planning which focuses on differentiation of instruction and professional reflection in order to develop effective pedagogical skills. A variety of instructional strategies are used to incorporate differing student approaches to learning. Instructional strategies for developing critical thinking, problem solving, and performance skills are practiced. Planning and management of instruction is strongly guided by knowledge of the content areas to be taught. (Series includes 540/541)

    • EDA 541 - Curr Materials Methods II

      Ohio Standards for the Teaching Profession, Instruction, Assessment, and Classroom Management

    • EDA 545 - Intgrtd Methods Cont Area I & II

      This methods course specifically emphasizes the methods inherent in teaching one's content area in grades seven through twelve. Apprentices build on their previous understanding of the tools of inquiry, principles of procedure, and methods of teaching the subject. They come to understand how goals and topics span a year-long curriculum and how to integrate short-term objectives within topical, integrated units. They apply this knowledge in lesson plans, clinical teaching, and mini-units. For their student teaching, they plan an extensive unit, following national, state, and school guidelines. The use of methods specific to their subject area is required. 

    • EDA 550 - Prof Development Seminar I

      Three philosophical themes are woven through this year-long seminar: purpose of schooling, pedagogy and success. Throughout the year, as apprentices observe, practice and reflect, they do so within the context of exploring the content and meaning of curriculum, of how learning goals are achieved and with a commitment to the success of every student. Individual advisement is a critical component of the seminar and serves as a vehicle for professional growth. Resume writing, job placement, an inclusive approach to differing school experiences, and the state mandated Ohio Assessment for Educators examinations are included components.

    • EDA 551 - Prof Development Seminar II

      Three philosophical themes are woven through this year-long seminar: purpose of schooling, pedagogy and success. Throughout the year, as apprentices observe, practice and reflect, they do so within the context of exploring the content and meaning of curriculum, of how learning goals are achieved and with a commitment to the success of every student. Individual advisement is a critical component of the seminar and serves as a vehicle for professional growth. Resume writing, job placement, an inclusive approach to differing school experiences, and the state mandated Ohio Assessment for Educators examinations are included components.

    • EDA 565 - Field Internship

      This practicum represents two sixteen week teaching internship experiences. Each apprentice plans and teaches a comprehensive unit or theme and assumes full teacher responsibility within the school culture. Advising and conferences with mentor/cooperating teacher, are critical to the success of the internship. Teaching during the internship builds from practice to cycles of full responsibility and team teaching throughout the semester.

    • EDE 500 - Foundations of Education

      This course encompasses a critical, reflective inquiry into the philosophical, historical and sociological theories that affect practice within the socio-cultural milieu of educational institutions. Critical pedagogy, constructivist theory, progressivism, interaction theory and labeling theory are key theoretical perspectives which underlie study in the course.

    • EDE 501 - Skills for the 21st Century Educ

      This course encompasses the academic and technological skills needed for success in graduate study and for the pre K-12 teacher. The student will learn to create a web page, PowerPoint presentations, desk top publishing and electronic grade book preparation. Students will also learn to maximize their use of library resources and to refine their academic writing skills.

    • EDE 510 - Intro to Human Development & Learng

      Designed to introduce graduate students to the theoretical framework of learning, this course provides a foundation of learning and development theory for all licensure areas.

    • EDE 527 - Addressing the Diverse Learner

      This course orients apprentices to the range of diversity among learners. Diversities studied include cultural, linguistic, learning disabilities, special education and various exceptionalities. Apprentices learn to create and modify environments and experiences to meet the individual needs of all children, including children with disabilities, developmental delays, and specific abilities.

    • EDE 578 - Student Teaching

      This practicum represents two sixteen week teaching internship experiences. Each apprentice plans and teaches a comprehensive unit or theme and assumes full teacher responsibility within the school culture. Advising and conferences with mentor/cooperating teacher, are critical to the success of the internship. Teaching during the internship builds from practice to cycles of full responsibility and team teaching throughout the semester.