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Practicum in Secondary Education

Practicum in Secondary Education
Implementing meaningful and engaging instruction for secondary students; developing critical thinking, problem solving, literacy, and democratic character; assessing learner performance.
HIST
478
 Hours1.0 Credit, 0.0 Lecture, 3.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesSC ED 276R; or HIST 276; Concurrent enrollment in Hist 477 or comparable major course.
 TaughtFall, Winter
 ProgramsContaining HIST 478
Course Outcomes: 

Learning-centered Classrooms

Prospective teachers will consider the characteristics of learning-centered classrooms that are based on current theories of learning

Assessing Students

Students will consider various methods of assessing student learning.

Reearch-supported Teaching Methods

Students will study and apply research-supported teaching methods that foster students' content knowledge, content and literacy skills, and learning and democratic dispositions.

Teaching Resources

Students will be assisted in the preparation of the teacher work sample and a multiple text inquiry activity.

Teacher Work Sample

They will be assisted in the preparation of the teacher work sample and a multiple text inquiry activity.

Critical Analysis Assessment Reflection

The course will provide a forum to coordinate and reflect on the prospective teachers' clinical experiences.