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1 EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 105 Education & Family Studies Bldg. (45) To find faculty & staff phone numbers and addresses, please consult the University Directory directory.php. Department Chair Chizu Matsubara Faculty Associate Professors Chizu Matsubara, Ph.D. Tracey Wheeler, Ed.D. Assistant Professors Cari Buckner, Ed.D. Angela Child, Ph.D. Nancy Hauck, Ed.D. Sandra Petersen, Ph.D. Instructor Deanne Murray, Ph.D. Visiting Professor John Goldhardt, Ed.D. Lecturer / Advisors Harry Woody Odil, M.A. (Secondary) Terry Young, Ph.D. (Elementary) Placement Coordinators Joy Challis (Elementary) (Secondary) School of Education Dean Brenda Sabey, Ph.D. Program Description Department Secretary Telauna Byamugisha Administrative Assistant Robyn Whipple The mission of the Department of Education is to develop competent, caring, and qualified teachers by ensuring that our students acquire the necessary professional knowledge in content and teaching. In pursuit of that goal, the department provides engaging and rigorous classes in the essential areas of teaching, extensive practicum/field experiences in a variety of settings, advisement/mentoring/supervision from experienced, knowledgeable, and caring professors, all within the context of a student-centered learning environment. Degrees Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Secondary Education Teaching (SET) Licensure A student receiving a secondary education teaching degree or the Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education may choose to complete a teaching minor: Prefixes English Education EDTL, EDUC, ELED, SCED ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHING Elementary school teachers work with a classroom of students, aged five to twelve years old depending on grade level. Usually, elementary school teachers teach multiple subjects to the same group of students. Therefore, proficiency in math, science, language, and social studies is required. Elementary school teachers typically work full-time for a nine-month traditional school year with summers off although many teachers participate in professional development programs during the summer months. Examples of typical tasks performed daily: Planning, evaluating, and assigning lessons Preparing and grading assessments Maintaining an orderly classroom Communicating with parents about their child s progress Interacting with grade level coworkers to assess curriculum efficacy and implementation SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHING Middle and high school teachers work with classrooms of students, aged eleven to eighteen years old depending on grade level. Usually, middle and high school teacher teach one of two subject areas, depending on qualifications. Middle and high school teachers typically work full-time for a ninemonth traditional school year with summers off although many teachers participate in professional development programs during the summer months. Examples of typical tasks performed daily: Plan lessons in the subjects they teach, such as biology or history Assess students to evaluate their abilities, strengths, and weaknesses Teach students as an entire class or in small groups Grade students assignments to monitor progress Communicate with parents about students progress Work with individual students to challenge them, to improve their abilities, and to work on their weaknesses Prepare students for standardized tests required by the state Develop and enforce classroom rules Supervise students outside of the classroom for example, at lunchtime or during detention CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

2 CAREER OPPORTUNITITES* Elementary and secondary eachers develop the skills and knowledge necessary to teach the appropriate grade levels in the State of Utah (teaching licenses are generally transferrable to other states). With some additional coursework, they can add specializations to their license (i.e., literacy, technology, math, gifted education, additional subject-area endorsements). Also, they can earn graduate degrees and serve in other roles such as principals, school counselors, and staff developers. JOB OUTLOOK* The growth rate for elementary and middle school teachers from is about 17%, which is average for all occupations. The growth rate for high school teachers is slower at 7%. Job growth varies substantially by region and school district. SALARY RANGE* Although teacher salaries vary somewhat from district-to-district and even more state-by-state, the average salary for experienced elementary school teachers in Utah is $48,000. The national median is $51,80. Entry level salaries would be considerably less. The national median salary is $51,960 for experienced middle school teachers and $5,20 for experienced high school teachers. Entry level salaries would be considerably less. *From the Occupational Outlook Handbook Licensure There are two licensure programs offered in the Department of Education. The Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education will lead to a license by the State of Utah to teach in grades Kindergarten through 6th grade. The Secondary Education Teaching (SET) program will lead to a license by the State of Utah to teach grades 7-12 in a particular content area. The SET program MUST be paired with a bachelor s degree in a Utah State Office of Education approved content subject area. (See the following link for list of approved content areas: Accreditation The Department of Education received national accreditation with the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) in Fall Admission to Elementary Education Degree Program To be considered for admission to the Elementary Education program, an applicant must first be accepted as a Dixie State College student. Application deadlines can be found on the Education Department s website at If English is not the applicant s first language, s/he is required to take the Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) in English and must achieve an Advanced Low proficiency in order to apply for the program. Further information about the assessment can be found at: Listed below are the requirements that must be completed before acceptance into the program will be considered. There are four (4) sections: 1. General Education Requirements One of the following: At least 6 college level credit hours Completed Associate s degree HIST 1700 American History POLS 1100 American Government FCS 1500 Human Development / Lifespan PSY 1010/A General Psychology PSY 1100 Human Development / Lifespan 2. Diversity Component Documentation may include any of the following: At least one (1) semester of any college-level foreign language course, including ASL. Evidence of having lived in a foreign-speaking country or environment for a continuous period of one (1) year or more. Evidence of testing out of college-level foreign language coursework (AP, CLEP, IB, FLATS, etc.).. Prerequisite Requirements EDUC 1010 Introduction to Education EDUC 2400 Foundations to Multicultural & EDUC 2010 Introduction to Teaching Exceptional Learners EDUC 2500 Tech for Ed / Electronic Portfolios (K-12) EDUC 110 Educational Psychology MATH 2010 Math for Elementary Teachers I MATH 2020 Math for Elementary Teachers II NOTES: Must earn a.0 GPA average in these classes with no D credit MATH 2010 Must have Grade C or higher. MATH 2020 Must pass exit test. Due to USOE requirements for licensure, previously completed coursework will be evaluated on an individual basis. 4. Application Packet Application Requirements (See your Education advisor for more information): Completed Application Form Three recommendations Basic Skills Test taken at DSU Testing Center Official transcript from most recent school Cumulative GPA 2.75 or above GPA must be.0 or above with no grade lower than a C- in the Education prerequisite courses CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 61

3 Admission to Secondary Education Teaching (SET) Licensure Program To be considered for admission to the SET program, an applicant must first be accepted as a Dixie State University student. The Secondary Education teaching Licensure MUST be paired with a bachelor s degree in a USOE-approved content area. Application deadlines can be found on the Education Department s website at edu/education/. If English is not the applicant s first language, s/he is required to take the Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) in English and must achieve an Advanced Low proficiency in order to apply for the program. Further information about the assessment can be found at: Listed below are the requirements that you will need to complete before acceptance into the program will be considered. There are four (4) sections: 1. General Education Requirements At least 6 college level credit hours HIST 1700 American History POLS 1100 American Government FCS 1500 Human Development / Lifespan PSY 1010/A General Psychology PSY 1100 Human Development / Lifespan 2. Prerequisite Requirements EDUC 1010 Introduction to Education EDUC 2400 Foundations to Multicultural & EDUC 2010 Introduction to Teaching Exceptional Learners EDUC 2500 Tech for Ed / Electronic Portfolios (K-12) EDUC 110 Educational Psychology NOTES: Must earn a.0 GPA average in these classes with no D credit Due to USOE requirements for licensure, previously completed coursework will be evaluated on an individual basis.. Major Course Work Completion Requirement Students with BS/BA degrees in progress need to have at least 95% of major course work completed and signed off by the major academic content department advisor. Students with completed BA/BA or higher degrees need to have their transcripts reviewed by an advisor. The degree must be in an Utah State Office of Education approved major area Academic content departments may add additional admission requirements. These requirements, if added, will focus on unique aspects of each discipline CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 4. Application Packet (See advisor) Application Requirements (See your Education advisor for more information): Completed Application Form Three recommendations Basic Skills Test taken at DSC Testing Center Official transcript from most recent school Cumulative GPA 2.75 or above GPA must be.0 or above with no grade lower than a C- in the Education prerequisite courses Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education K-6 Licensure with Endorsement 125 credits The Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education (K-6 Licensure with Endorsement) has five basic components: 1. General Education & Institutional Requirements 2. Education pre-professional course requirements. One semester of foreign language to fulfill Diversity Requirement 4. Professional course requirements 5. Apropriate PRAXIS II test with passing grade. General Education & Institutional Requirements All DSU General Education and Institutional requirements must be fulfilled. A previously earned degree may fulfill those requirements, but courses must be equivalent to DSU s minimum General Education standards in American Institutions, English, and Mathematics. Institutional Requirement in Computer Literacy CIS 1200 Computer Literacy CIS 1201 Computer Literacy Exam 0 CS1400/CS1410 Computer Programming 6 General Education Requirements ENGL 1010/A/D Intro to Writing ENGL 2010/A Intermediate Writing MATH 1050* College Algebra / Pre-Calculus 4 LIB 1000 Information Literacy Exam 0 LIB 1010 Information Literacy 1

4 HIST 1700 American Civilization POLS 1100 American Government Complete one of the following FCS 1500 Human Development / Lifespan PSY 1010 /A General Psychology PSY 1100 Human Development / Lifespan Life Sciences GE course -5 Physical Science GE course -5 Laboratory Science GE course 0-1 Fine Arts GE course Literature / Humanities GE course Exploration GE course -5 Two (2) Global & Cultural Perspectives Courses 0-6 *NOTE: Grade C or higher required in MATH 1050 required. Program Prerequisites One of the following: Minimum 6 college semester credits 6 Completed Associate of Arts degree 60 Completed Associate of Science degree 60 Complete one of the following to fulfill the Diversity Component: Minimum 1-semester of any college-level foreign language (including ASL) Evidence of having lived in a non-english speaking country or environment for a continuous period of 1 year or more Evidence of testing out of college-level foreign language coursework (CLEP or other standardized test accepted for credit at DSC) Complete the following as General Education or elective credit: MATH 1050 College Algebra /Pre-Calculus 4 Complete one of the following as General Education or elective credit: PSY 1010 General Psychology PSY 1100 Human Development / Lifespan FCS 1500 Human Development / Lifespan Complete one of the following as General Education or elective credit: HIST 1700 American Civilization POLS 1100 American Government Complete the following pre-professional courses: EDUC 1010 Intro to Education EDUC 2010 Intro to Exceptional Learners EDUC 2400 Foundations of Multicultural & Educ. EDUC 2500 Technology / Educ. / Electronic Portfolio EDUC 110 Educational Psychology MATH 2010 Math for Elementary Teachers I MATH 2020 Math for Elementary Teachers II NOTE: Grade C- or higher in each class and.0 GPA or higher in each pre-professional course required. Grade C or higher required in MATH Passing grade on MATH 2020 exit exam required. Professional Courses Prerequisite: Admission to the DSU Elementary Education program. Semester I ELED 100 Curr Design, Planning & Assessment ELED 150 Principles of Early Childhood Education 2 ELED 250 Effective Classroom Management ELED 50 Literacy Acquisition of Young Children ELED 410 Language Acquisition & Cognition ELED 4200 Fine Arts in Elementary Education 2 Semester II ELED 00 Literacy for the Intermediate Grades ELED 420 Assessment for Education ELED 500 Healthy Lifestyles & Physical Education ELED 550 Curr for Early Childhood Education 2 ELED 650 Assessment of Young Children ELED 900 Diff Instr for Exceptional Children Semester III ELED 4100 Methods in Teaching Elementary Math ELED 400 Methods in Teaching Elementary Science ELED 4400 Methods in Teaching Elem Social Studies ELED 4410 Methods/Strat/Materials Lang Arts ELED 440 Family/Parent Involvement Educ. 2 ELED 4600 Methods in Teaching Elem Language Arts 2 Semester IV ELED 4440 Integrating Language and Content ELED 4900 Student Teaching 9 ELED 4989 Capstone Seminar 1 Licensure Requirement Students are required to pass the PRAXIS II Elementary Education Content Knowledge Test. Graduation Requirements 1. Complete a minimum of 125 college-level credits (1000 and above) CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 6

5 2. Complete at least 40 upper-division credits (000 and above).. Complete at least 0 upper-division credits at DSU for institutional residency. 4. Cumulative GPA 2.75 or higher. 5. Grade C- or higher (no D credit) in all pre-professional and professional EDUC and ELED courses. 6. GPA.0 or higher in all pre-professional and professional EDUC and ELED courses. SAMPLE EDUCATIONAL PLAN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION FALL SEMESTER. 1st Year (15 credits) EDUC 1001 FYE: Education 1 EDUC 1010 Foundations/Introduction to Education ENGL 1010/A/D Intro to Writing LIB 1010 Information Literacy 1 MATH 1050 College Algebra / Pre-Calculus 4 General Education American Institutions HIST 1700 or POLS 1100 SPRING SEMESTER, 1st Year (15 credits) ENGL 2010/A Intermediate Writing CIS 1200 Computer Literacy MATH 2010 Math for Elementary Teachers I EDUC 2010 Introduction to Exceptional Learners General Education Social & Behavioral Science (PSY1010/AorPSY1100orFCS1500) FALL SEMESTER, 2nd Year EDUC 2400 Foundations of Multicultural & Education EDUC 2500 Technology/Education/Electronic Portfolios MATH 2020 Math for Elementary Teachers II General Education Fine Arts General Education Physical Science/Lab /1 ELED 150 Principles of Early Childhood Education ELED 250 Effective Classroom Management ELED 50 ELED 410 Literacy Acquisition of Young Children Language Acquisition & Cognition ELED 4200 Fine Arts in Elementary Education 2 SPRING SEMESTER, rd Year (17 credits) ELED 00 Literacy for the Intermediate Grades ELED 420 Assessment for Education ELED 500 Healthy Lifestyles & Physical Education ELED 550 Curr for Early Childhood Education 2 ELED 650 Assessment of Young Children ELED 900 Diff Instr for Exceptional Children FALL SEMESTER, 4th Year ELED 4100 ELED 400 ELED 4400 ELED 4410 ELED 440 ELED 4600 SPRING SEMESTER, 4th Year ELED 4440 Methods in Teaching Elementary Math Methods in Teaching Elementary Science Methods in Teaching Elem Social Studies Methods/Strat/Materials Lang Arts Family/Parent Involvement Educ. Methods in Teaching Elem Language Arts Integrating Language and Content ELED 4900 Student Teaching 9 ELED 4989 Capstone Seminar (1 credits) SPRING SEMESTER, 2nd Year EDUC 110 Educational Psychology General Education Literature/Humanities ENGL 20 Children's Literature (recommended) General Education Life Science General Education Global & Cultural Perspectives Elective Foreign Language (Diversity Component prereq) FALL SEMESTER, rd Year ELED 100 Curr Design, Planning & Assessment CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

6 Secondary Education Licensure The DSU Secondary Education teaching Licensure program MUST be paired with a bachelor s degree (BA/BS) in a Utah State Office of Education approved content area. Students who have already completed an acceptable BA/BS degree may complete the courses required for secondary licensure. The following degrees are offered at DSU include secondary education licensure: Art with an Art Education Emphasis (BS) Biology, Secondary Education (BS) Biology with Integrated Science, Secondary Education (BS) English with an English Education Emphasis (BA/BS) Mathematics Education, Secondary Education (BA/BS) Physical Science Composite Teaching, Secondary Education (BS) Social Science Composite Teaching (BA/BS) Theatre with an Emphasis in Theatre Education (BA/BS) In addition, a student receiving any of the teaching degrees listed above or the Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education may choose to complete a teaching minor: English Education Prerequisites See Admission Requirements in the Education section of the catalog and the department website for complete admission procedures. To be admitted to the SET program and enroll in Professional courses, students must have completed all pre-professional Education classes with.0 or higher GPA and no D credit and students must pass the appropriate PRAXIS II content area subject test(s). In addition, one of the following must be completed: Students with BA/BS degrees in progress must have completed at least 95% of major coursework and have approval of major academic content area department advisor EDUC 2500 Technology / Educ. / Electronic Portfolio EDUC 110 Educational Psychology NOTE: Grade C- or higher in each class and.0 GPA or higher in pre-professional courses required. Professional Courses Prerequisite: Admission to the DSU Secondary Education Teaching program (SET). Semester I SCED 720 Reading and Writing in the Content Areas SCED 4100 Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment SCED 4600 Classroom Management SCED 4700 Content Methods Course Approved Methods Course in a subject content area Semester II SCED 4900 Secondary Student Teaching 10 SCED 4989 Student Teaching Seminar 2 NOTE: Grade C- or higher in each class and.0 GPA or higher in professional courses required. Completion Requirement 2.75 cumulative GPA required. Licensure Requirement Students are required to pass the PRAXIS II in appropiate subject Students with completed BA/BS or higher degrees must have their transcripts reviewed by the content area department advisor Complete one of the following through General Education or elective credit: HIST 1700 American Civilization POLS 1100 American Government Complete one of the following as General Education or elective credit: FCS 1500 Human Development / Lifespan PSY 1010/A General Psychology PSY 1100 Human Development / Lifespan Complete the following pre-professional courses: EDUC 1010 Intro to Education EDUC 2010 Intro to Exceptional Learners EDUC 2400 Foundations of Multicultural & CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 65

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