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1 Faculty Tyi-Sanna Jones (2008) Assistant Professor in Special Education B.S., North Carolina A&T State University; M.S., University of Kansas; Ph.D., University of Nevada at Las Vegas Tom Oppewal (2009) Associate Professor of Education and Education Department Chair- B.A., Calvin College; M.Ed., Murray State University; Ed.D., University of Virgina Robin Vincent (2006) Instructor in Elementary Education B.S., M.Ed., Meredith College Carolann Wade (2006) College Liaison, Coordinator for Elementary Education, Instructor in Elementary Education B.S., Atlantic Christian College; M.Ed., East Carolina University Education The program leading to teacher licensure is under revision to reflect new state standards. Please check with the Education Chair for specific requirements. Peace College offers two options for students interested in teaching: Education Major at Peace College lead ing to dual licensure in Elementary Edu cation (K-6) and Special Education: General Curriculum (K-12). Licensure only program, for candidates who have earned a Baccalaureate degree, lead ing to dual licensure in Elementary Edu cation (K-6) and Special Education: General Curriculum (K-12). 179

2 Elementary Education & Special Education: General Curriculum Our innovative program undergraduate program in the state that prepares students for licensure in both Elementary Education (K-6) and Special Educa tion: General Curriculum (K-12). Interested candidates must apply to the Education Division (see Program Admission Requirements below). It is recommended that students apply during their freshman or sophomore year, given that the program takes two years for completion. Once accepted in the program, students enroll as a cohort and together take classes which integrate special education and elementary education content. Education Major Requirements Applicants must score 1100 (minimally) on the SAT or pass Praxis I Reading, Math, and Writing portions. If SAT Verbal scores are 550 (minimally), you are exempt from the Reading and Writing sections of the Praxis. If SAT Math scores are 550 (minimally), you are exempt from the Praxis Math section. Register for Praxis I tests on-line registration (www.ets.org/praxis). 1. Achieve cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher in your college coursework at the time of program entry. Maintain a 2.5 GPA throughout the program. 2. Earn a C or better in EDU Complete an application to the program (available from program offices). 4. Complete a satisfactory interview with the Education faculty and write an acceptable essay as part of the application process. 5. Pass Praxis I by March 1st of junior year. Education Liberal Education Curriculum 50 hours See the full description of requirements in the Peace Passport. Education Major Courses 50 hours General Electives 25 hours Total Hours for B.A. in Education 125 hours Required Education Courses 52 hours Prerequisite (for Degree-seeking students only) EDU 200: Early Field Experience for Prospective Teachers education courses 50 hours EDU 250: Exceptionalities in Education 3 EDU 302: Literacy Methods 3 EDU 303: Social Studies & Arts Methods 3 EDU 304: Mathematics Methods 3 EDU 305: Science & Healthful Living Methods 3 EDU 306: Instructional Technology 2 EDU 321: Twenty-first Century Teaching and Learning 3 EDU 325: Effective Programs & Learning Strategies 3 EDU 330: Practicum I-Special Education 1 EDU 331: Practicum II-Elementary Education 1 EDU 351: Classroom Organization & Management 3 EDU 402: Diagnostic Reading and Assessment 3 EDU 452: Integrated Curriculum and Instruction 4 EDU 496: Student Teaching and Seminar 15 Licensure-Only Program Dual Licensure: Elementary Education & Special Education: General Curriculum A licensure-only evening program is offered for students who have graduated with a Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university with a minimal 2.5 GPA. The licensure-only program prepares candidates for licensure in both Elementary Education (K-6) and Special Education: General Curriculum (K-12). Classes are generally held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Once accepted, students enroll as a cohort and together take classes which integrate special education and elementary education content. Licensure Program Admission Requirements 1. Achieve cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher in your Baccalaureate degree and maintain a 2.5 GPA throughout the program. 2. Complete an application to the program (available from program offices). 180

3 3. Complete a satisfactory interview with the Education faculty and write an acceptable essay on-site as part of the application process. Additional Information For additional program-related information refer to the Peace College Education Program Handbook on the Education Division website. Applications and other information can be obtained by visiting the Education website (www.peace.edu) or calling Offices are located on the second floor of Main and our mailing address is: Education Division, Peace College, 15 East Peace Street, Raleigh, NC Education Courses EDU 200: EARLY EXPERIENCES FOR PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS Credit: 1 hour; Prerequisite for admission to the Education Program for degree-seeking students (may be waived for licensure-only students) This course is designed to provide an introduction to a career as a teacher and become acquainted with the innovative blended licensure program in elementary and special education. Candidates spend sixteen hours in a classroom observing instructional practices and environments. Students will engage in reflective activities that will focus on the conceptual framework of the teacher education program and current trends in the field of education. Candidates meet for ten seminars arranged around specific topics such as standards and traits of effective teaching, diversity, technology, and the standard course of study. EDU 250: EXCEPTIONALITIES IN EDUCATION Credit: 3 hours. Prerequisite: EDU 200; for education majors only in conjunction with EDU 302, EDU 303, EDU 306 and EDU 351; or permission of department This course is a general introduction to the characteristics of exceptional learners and their education. It focuses on terminology, etiology, characteristics, interventions and programs for students with special needs. The course focuses on fundamental background knowledge of the field of special education as well as current information on how students with disabilities are served within the inclusive schools. EDU 302: LITERACY METHODS in conjunction with EDU 250, EDU 303, EDU 306 and EDU 351 or This course gives an overview of research based literacy instruction. Students learn the various parts of a balanced literacy program. Concentration is given to assessment driven instruction and lesson planning. EDU 303: SOCIAL STUDIES & ARTS METHODS in conjunction with EDU 250, EDU 302, EDU 306 and EDU 351 or This course addresses the major social studies concepts for the elementary learner. Students evaluate a variety of instructional materials for teaching social studies. Students learn how to implement effective instruction in social studies and integrate social studies concepts with the arts. EDU 304: MATHEMATICS METHODS ; EDU 250, EDU 302, EDU303, EDU 351, EDU 306; or This is an exploration of the processes of learning mathematics concepts through the eyes of a young learner. Students study, practice, and demonstrate the elements of a comprehensive elementary school mathematics program and become familiar with management strategies for its implementation. An emphasis is placed on constructarist based assessmentinformed instruction. EDU 305: SCIENCE AND HEALTHFUL LIVING METHODS ; EDU 250, EDU 302, EDU303, EDU 351, EDU 306; or This course examines the processes of learning to investigate science, as well as specific science content for the elementary teacher. Students study, practice, and demonstrate scientific inquiry and become familiar with management strategies for its implementation and assessment. Students study the current health and health risks of elementary students and learn ways to integrate the NC Healthful Living curriculum into the instructional day. 181

4 EDU 306: INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY in conjunction with EDU 250, EDU 302, EDU 303 and EDU 351 or This course focuses on integrating effective instructional technology throughout the curriculum to support effective instruction and assessment. Students will begin to develop a technology portfolio based upon the North Carolina technology standards. In future coursework, the portfolio will be updated and strengthened. Completed portfolios are due upon completion of licensure requirements. EDU 321: 21st CENTURY TEACHING AND LEARNING Credit: 3 hours. Prerequisite: EDU 304, EDU 305, EDU 325, and EDU 330; and Licensure Only students in conjunction with EDU 331, EDU 402 and EDU 452 or This course provides methodology and techniques for exploring topics in education and writing secondary research. Students will write an in-depth research paper on a selected content area. The independent research project will be completed under the supervision of Peace faculty. The course will also address professional requirements of the education program and the NC teacher licensure requirements. EDU 325: EFFECTIVE PROGRAMS AND LEARNING STRATEGIES Credit: 3 hours. Prerequisite: EDU 250, EDU 302, EDU 303, EDU 306 and EDU 351; or permission of the department The course covers the following areas in working with students with disabilities: 1) an overview of the process and procedures for providing special education services, 2) current advances in instructional and assistive technology, 3) preparation of IEP s. Learning strategies in literacy, language arts and math will be applied to the development of a math unit for middle grades in special education. EDU 330: PRACTICUM I-SPECIAL EDUCATION Credit: 1 hour. Prerequisite: EDU 250, EDU 302, EDU 303, EDU 351 and EDU 306; or permission of the department During this field experience, students spend 45 hours in a middle or high school under the direction of a trained special education partner teacher. Practicum students will be at their partner school the equivalent of one full day per week. In addition to a weekly schedule, students will attend several school meetings and events before and after school hours. 182

5 EDU 331: PRACTICUM II-ELEMENTARY ED Credit: 1 hour. Prerequisite: EDU 250,EDU 302, EDU 303, EDU 304, EDU 305, EDU 306, EDU 325, EDU 330 and EDU 351 for Education major seniors or EDU 250, EDU 302, EDU 303, EDU 304, EDU 325, EDU 330 and EDU 351 for Licensure Only students or Students spend 45 hours in an elementary school under the direction of a trained partner teacher. Practicum students will be at their school the equivalent of one full day per week. In addition to a weekly schedule, students will attend several school meetings and events before and after school hours. EDU 351: CLASSROOM ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT Credit: 3 hours. Prerequisite: EDU 200; For education majors only in conjunction with EDU 250, EDU 302, EDU 303 and EDU 306 or permission of Department Chair. Students will gain an understanding of classroom management strategies found to be effective in general curriculum settings for students with disabilities. This includes a theoretical foundation, application activities involving case studies, various forms of behavioral assessment and data collection techniques, and strategies in positive behavioral support, cognitive behavior management, self-management strategies, conflict/stress management, and anger management. Students apply this content to case studies EDU 402: DIAGNOSTIC READING AND ASSESSMENT Credit: 3 hours. Prerequisite: EDU 304, EDU 305, EDU 325 and EDU 330 for education major seniors; EDU 303, EDU304, EDU 325 and EDU 330 for Licensure Only students or permission of the department This course provides an overview of a variety of assessment techniques in order to determine instructional content, procedures, and documentation of student learning and progress in grades K-12. The course is designed to prepare students to select and interpret formal and informal assessment instruments and techniques. Students are required to administer a basic reading inventory (BRI) during their practicum and/or student teaching internship. EDU 452: INTEGRATED CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION* Credit: 4 hours. Prerequisite: Prerequisite: EDU 304, EDU 305, EDU 325 and EDU 330 for education major seniors; EDU 303, EDU304, EDU 325 and EDU 330 for Licensure Only students or permission of the department In EDU 452, candidates create an integrated unit of study emphasizing the development of lessons that meet the needs of diverse learners and formative assessment data to drive future instruction. Candidates integrate mathematics and literacy with science, social studies, arts and technology to design a balanced unit of study. Candidates implement their instructional unit during student teaching. EDU 496: STUDENT TEACHING & SEMINAR Credit: 15 hours. Prerequisite: EDU 321, EDU 331, EDU 401 and EDU 452 for education major seniors and Licensure Only students or permission of Department Chair. Candidate will student teach for 15 weeks in public school setting; splitting the elementary and special education experiences. This course is required to earn a license to teach in the public school classroom. Both a clinical teacher and a college supervisor will plan the observation and teaching schedule for the student teacher, leading to an assumption of total responsibility for instruction and for other tasks normally performed by the clinical teacher. Student teachers are required to work in the assigned classrooms for the en tire day during the 15 week student teaching experience. They adhere to the public school s schedule, not Peace College s calendar, and are not excused during college breaks. Seminars convene on campus in the late afternoon. The purpose of these seminars is for reflection on practice and addressing topics relevant to the role of educators. 183

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