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EDSED 260 Overview

This course provides an opportunity for teacher candidates to explore the teaching profession in an elementary/middle/secondary classroom setting. Teacher candidates will observe and participate in a variety of lessons and activities in the assigned placement. The goal of the observations is to identify the 10 Inter-state Teacher Assessment and Support Consortiums (InTASC) Standards in action and teach two lessons during the required 32 hours. Lessons may be delivered to whole or small groups. Prerequisite: EDSED225, B- or better in CA108, EN101, EN102, and MT 119 or MT 196 (or higher), OR pass the Praxis Core Skills Test. Corequisite: EDSED 275 and ED 255.

  • 1.00 Credits
  • EDSED

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Field Experience I - 2022 Spring EDSED 260

This course provides an opportunity for teacher candidates to explore the teaching profession in an elementary/middle/secondary classroom setting. Teacher candidates will observe and participate in a variety of lessons and activities in the assigned placement. The goal of the observations is to identify the 10 Inter-state Teacher Assessment and Support Consortiums (InTASC) Standards in action and teach two lessons during the required 32 hours. Lessons may be delivered to whole or small groups.

Course Code: EDSED 260

1/17/2022 - 5/15/2022

M, W 8:00 AM - 8:50 AM

Face to Face

Main Campus