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Courses at the 600-level

ECED 661: Directing Early Care and Education Programs

Quality day care and preschool programs are analyzed and the administrative functions necessary to maintain them. (Formerly ELED 661: Seminar in Education: Designing and Directing Preschool and Day Care Programs.)
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • Graduate status or consent of instructor.
ECED 662: Seminar in Early Childhood Education Research

Students gain increased professional knowledge and competencies in finding, assessing, applying, and presenting data related to selected major topics in the field of early childhood education. (Formerly ELED 662.)
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • Graduate status or consent of instructor.
ELED 605: Elementary School Curriculum

Significant trends in the development of American society, current emphasis on the disciplines of knowledge, focus on processes, and recent research in pedagogy are linked to the curriculum of the elementary school.
3 credit hours

ELED 619: Elementary Mathematics Assessment and Remediation Clinic

Focus is on the assessment and remediation of mathematics difficulties, proficiency in topics central to elementary mathematics, and understanding how children learn mathematics. This course is taught in a six-week summer clinic.
6 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • ELED 504
  • ELED 506
ELED 664: Seminar in Education

Topics vary.
3 credit hours

ELED 691-694: Directed Research

ents initiate a formal inquiry into an area of concern associated with their present professional responsibilities under the direction of a faculty member. A maximum of 4 credit hours may be earned in these courses.
1-4 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • enrollment in the M.Ed. program in secondary education or the educational specialist programs and consent of department chair
READ 629: Remedial Reading Clinic

Emphasis is on the diagnosis and treatment of reading difficulties. Students gain proficiency in using strategies for overcoming reading difficulties and practice these techniques in a six-week summer reading clinic.
6 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • Graduate status
  • READ 534
  • READ 685
  • READ 686
  • READ 501
READ 641: Administration of Reading Programs

The role of the reading consultant in improving reading instruction is examined. Included is a study of the concept of literacy, a review of model reading programs, the change process, and curriculum planning.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • READ 663
  • graduate status
READ 663: Seminar in Reading Research

Focus is on the teacher as researcher. Applications of current instructional research are integrated into a student project.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • Graduate status
  • READ 629
READ 667: Reading Specialist Coaching

Students examine the role of the coach in the teaching and learning of reading. Focus is on models of coaching to effect change for improving the teaching of reading.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • READ 501
  • READ 534
READ 685: Diagnosis of Reading Difficulties

Through lectures, demonstrations, and experiences, students are introduced to the theory of reading difficulties and develop skill in diagnosis. This course is intended for professionals who work with disabled readers.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • Graduate status
  • READ 501 or 534
READ 686: Treatment of Reading Difficulties

Focus is on current theories, practices, and materials concerning students who have reading difficulties. This course is intended for professionals who work with disabled readers.
3 credit hours

Prerequisites:
  • Graduate status
  • READ 685

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