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1 School of Education, Teaching & Health EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION STARTING SEMESTER: FINAL SEMESTER: CERTIFICATE: 30 CREDIT HOURS MASTERS: 36 CREDIT HOURS NAME: ID#: _ CELL: _ EDUCATION COURSES (6 CREDITS) CREDIT HOURS TERM/ YEAR EDU 521 Foundations of Education (Every Semester) 3 EDU 620 Theories of Educational Psychology and Human Growth 3 And Development (Every Semester) EARLY CHILDHOOD TRACK (24 CREDITS) EDU 609 Effective Teaching for Diverse Learners (Fall) 3 EDU 619 Children s Literature: Critical Literacy Perspectives (Fall/Spring) 3 EDU 628 Play and Learning (Fall) 3 EDU 625 Advocacy and Leadership in ECE (Spring) 3 EDU 635 Theory and Curriculum in Early Childhood Education (Fall) 3 Practicum (2 days a week) - EDU 623 Special Topics: Literacy, Assessment and Instruction (Spring) 3 EDU 699 Student Teaching with Required Seminar (Fall/Spring) 6 MAT REQUIREMENTS (6 CREDITS) EDU 541 Foundations of Special Education (Spring/ Summer) 3 OR EDU 623 Literacy in Nonformal Settings (Summer II) 3 Portfolio Training: _ Portfolio Completion Date:

2 ELEMENTARY EDUCATION STARTING SEMESTER: FINAL SEMESTER: CERTIFICATE: 30 CREDIT HOURS MASTERS: 39 CREDIT HOURS NAME: ID#: _ CELL: _ EDUCATION COURSES (6 CREDITS) CREDIT HOURS TERM/ YEAR EDU 521 Foundations of Education (Every Semester) 3 EDU 620 Theories of Educational Psychology and Human Growth 3 And Development (Every Semester) ELEMENTARY TRACK (24 CREDITS) EDU 601/555 Teaching Reading in the Elementary School (Fall) 3 EDU 602/553 Teaching Language Arts and Writing in Elementary School (Spring) 3 EDU 603/552 Teaching Mathematics in Elementary School (Fall) 3 EDU 604/556 Teaching Science in the Elementary School (Spring) 3 EDU 608/554 Teaching Social Studies in the Elementary School (Spring) 3 EDU 609 Effective Teaching for Diverse Learners (Fall) 3 Practicum (2 days a week) - EDU 699 Student Teaching with Required Seminar (Fall/ Spring) 6 MAT REQUIREMENTS (9 CREDITS) EDU 619 Children s Literature: Critical Literacy Perspectives (Fall/Spring) 3 EDU 541 Foundations of Special Education (Spring/Summer) OR 3 EDU 519 Uses of Technology in Education ((Every Semester) 3 Portfolio Training: _ Portfolio Completion Date:

3 SECONDARY EDUCATION STARTING SEMESTER: FINAL SEMESTER: CERTIFICATE: 24 CREDIT HOURS MASTERS: 39 CREDIT HOURS NAME: ID#: _ CELL: _ EDUCATION COURSES (6 CREDITS) CREDIT HOURS TERM/ YEAR EDU 521 Foundations of Education (Every Semester) 3 EDU 620 Theories of Educational Psychology and Human Growth and Development 3 (Every Semester) SECONDARY TRACK (18 CREDITS) EDU 520 Reading, Writing and Literature Across the Curriculum (Spring only) 3 EDU 522 Principles of Effective Instruction (Fall) 3 EDU 540 Methods, Materials and Management in Secondary Education I 3 Practicum (2 days a week) - EDU 542 Methods, Materials and Management in Secondary Education II (Spring only) 3 EDU 699 Student Teaching with Required Seminar (Fall and Spring only) 6 MAT REQUIREMENTS (15 CREDITS) EDU 541 Foundations of Special Education (Spring/ Summer) 3 OR Education Electives (6 credits): 3 3 Content Area (6 credits): 3 3 Portfolio Training: _ Portfolio Completion Date:

4 K-12 EDUCATION STARTING SEMESTER: FINAL SEMESTER: CERTIFICATE: 24 CREDIT HOURS MASTERS: 36 CREDIT HOURS NAME: ID#: _ CELL: _ EDUCATION COURSES (6 CREDITS) CREDIT HOURS TERM/ YEAR EDU 521 Foundations of Education (Every Semester) 3 EDU 620 Theories of Educational Psychology and Human Growth and Development 3 (Every Semester) SECONDARY TRACK (15 CREDITS) EDU 520 Reading, Writing and Literature Across the Curriculum (Spring) 3 EDU 522 Principles of Effective Instruction (Fall) 3 EDU 609 Effective Teaching for Diverse Learners (Fall only) 3 Practicum (2 days a week) - EDU Methods course (Spring) 3 (Taken with EDU 699) EDU 699 Student Teaching with Required Seminar (Fall/Spring) 6 MAT REQUIREMENTS (15 CREDITS) EDU 541 Foundations of Special Education (Spring/Summer) OR 3 Education Electives (6 credits): EDU 3 EDU 3 Content Area Electives (6 credits): _ 3 3 Portfolio Training: _ Portfolio Completion Date:

5 ENGLISH TO SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES STARTING SEMESTER: FINAL SEMESTER: CERTIFICATE: 30 CREDIT HOURS MASTERS: 39 CREDIT HOURS NAME: ID#: _ CELL: _ EDUCATION COURSES (6 CREDITS + STUDENT TEACHING) CREDIT HOURS TERM/ YEAR EDU 521 Foundations of Education (Every Semester) 3 EDU 620 Theories of Educational Psychology and Human Growth and Development 3 (Every Semester) Practicum (2 days a week) - EDU 699 Student Teaching with Required Seminar (Spring/ Fall) 6 ENGLISH FOR SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES (15 Credits): TESL 500 Principles of Linguistics (Every semester) 3 TESL 501 English Language Teaching I (Fall/ Summer I) 3 TESL 502 English Language Teaching II (Spring/Summer II) 3 TESL 527 Cultural Issues in the ESL/EFL Classroom (Spring/Summer I) 3 TESL 524 Reading and Writing in the ESL/EFL Classroom (Spring) 3 TESL 531 Language Assessment (Fall) 3 MAT REQUIREMENTS: (9 credit hours) EDU 541 Foundations of Special Education (Spring/Summer) OR 3 TESL 523 Second Language Acquisition (Spring/Summer II) 3 TESL 541 Teaching Grammar (Fall) OR 3 TESL 542 Teaching Pronunciation (Spring) Portfolio Training: _ Portfolio Completion Date:

6 MASTERS OF ARTS IN TEACHING SPECIAL EDUCATION: LEARNING DISABILITIES Courses are usually offered in semester indicated. Any waivers or substitutions must be submitted to Director for Approval. NOTE: You are required take and receive a passing score (as set by the District of Columbia teacher Licensing agency) on the PRAXIS I: Academic skills assessment before program admission and take PRAXIS II before program STARTING SEMESTER: FINAL SEMESTER: MASTERS: 36 CREDIT HOURS Name: ID#: Cell: _ Transcript Review: ( ) Complete ( ) Incomplete For Admission: ( ) Praxis 1 or ( ) GRE For Program Completion: ( ) Praxis II Content and ( ) Praxis II PLT REQUIRED CORE COURSES Credit Hours Term/Year EDU.502 Methods of Managing Pupils with Behavior Disorders (Summer and Fall) 3 EDU.541 Foundations of Special Education (Spring only) Or EDU.545 Overview of all Exceptionalities: Arts in Special Education (Fall only) 3 EDU.605 Methods of Assessment for Learning Disabilities (Spring only) 3 EDU.606 Theories, Methods, and Diagnosis in Remedial Math (Spring only) 3 EDU.644 Language Development and Remediation (Fall only) 3 EDU.645 Learning Disabilities I (Fall only) 3 EDU.646 Learning Disabilities II (Spring only) 3 EDU.671 Foundations of Reading: Diagnosis and Remediation (Fall and Summer) 3 RESEARCH REQUIREMENTS (Must earn a minimum grade of B for each course) EDU.607 Research Seminar in Special Education: Learning Disabilities (Spring only) 3 EDU.792 IN-SERVICE TRAING PROJECT IN LEARNING DISABILITIES (FALL AND SPRING) 3 (SUMMER FOR THOSE WITH EXPERIENCE) (6 TOTAL CREDITS) 3 ELECTIVE EDU.620 THEORIES OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY (EVERY SEMESTER) 3 OR EDU.690 INDEPENDENT STUDY (WITH UNIQUE TITLE) 3 : TRAINING: COMPLETION DATE:

7 Student AUID Academic Year MA International Peace and Conflict Resolution & MAT: Secondary Education (57 CREDITS) SIS COURSEWORK (27 CREDITS) SEM/YEAR IPCR Core (9 credits) SIS-607 Peace Paradigms (3) SIS-609 Conflict Analysis & Resolution: Theory & Practice (3) SIS- 606 Culture, Peace, & Conflict Resolution: Alternatives to Violence (3) Economics (3 credits) SIS- 619 Economics of Violence and Peace (3) OR An approved Economics course (3) SIS Research and Professional Methods course (6 credits) SIS-600 Int l Affairs Stats & Methods OR SIS-619 Adv. Int l Affairs Stats/Methods (3) AND _ SIS-612 Qualitative Research Methods in PCR (3) OR An approved methodology course SIS Electives (6 Credits)(may include skills institutes, an internship for credit, additional thesis credits, or elective courses) SIS Capstone (3 credits) _ SIS-797: Master s Thesis (3)* SIS-793: Practicum (3) *Additional 3 credits of thesis can be registered as elective credit EDU COURSEWORK (30 CREDITS) Education Courses (9 credits) _ EDU-521 Foundations of Education (3) _ EDU-541 Foundations of Special Education (3) OR EDU-545 Overview of all Exceptionalities: Arts in Special Education (3) _ EDU-620 Theories of Educational Psychology and Human Growth and Development (3) Secondary Track (12 credits) _ EDU-520 Reading, Writing and Literature Across the Curriculum (3) _ EDU-522 Principles of Effective Instruction (3) _ EDU-540 Methods, Materials and Management in Secondary Education I (3) _ EDU-542 Methods, Materials and Management in Secondary Education II (3) Student Teaching (6 credits) _ EDU-699 Student Teaching with Required Seminar (6) Electives (3 Credits) _ EDU (3) SIS NON-CREDIT REQUIREMENTS SIS-795: Substantial Research Paper (3) SIS-794: SRP w/ Coursework (3) Certification of Internship/Professional Experience Certification of proficiency (intermediate level) in modern foreign language EDU NON-CREDIT REQUIREMENT Practicum Experience (Taken concurrently with EDU-540 and before EDU-699)

8 Suggested Layout of Courses for Dual Degree Academic Year Fall SIS-607 Peace Paradigms (3) EDU-521 Foundations of Education (3) (Education Course or SIS Core course) Spring Summer (Choice between SIS-600 or SIS-619 and SIS-612 or an approved methodology course) Fall Spring Summer (Choice between SIS-600 or SIS-619 and SIS-612 or an approved methodology course) Fall EDU-540 Methods, Materials and Management in Secondary Education I (3) Practicum SIS Capstone (3) Spring EDU-542 Methods, Materials and Management in Secondary Education II (3) EDU-699 Student Teaching with Required Seminar (6) Options relating to Summer courses: 1 Attend one SIS course in one summer session to take 9 credits in final Fall semester. 2 Attend two SIS courses in one summer session to take only 6 credits in final Fall semester. 3 Attend one SIS course in both summer sessions and to take only 6 credits in final Fall semester.

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