FIELD STUDY: KINDERGARTEN (4K OR 5K)
2019 Fall Term
Education Interdepartmental 443A
Being involved in an early childhood classroom enables students to apply theoretical understandings regarding positive discipline approaches for young children and the adaptation of both curriculum and the environment to meet individual needs and abilities. Students will practice written and oral reflection. It is expected that reflective thinking will assist the student in accommodating their beliefs and knowledge of theory to classroom realities. A concurrent seminar will allow students to pose classroom practice problems, negotiate solutions, and share insights while being exposed to multiple viewpoints.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: ADMISSION TO PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION AND ENROLLMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (DUAL LICENSURE) MAJOR OR ADMISSION TO PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION AND ENROLLMENT IN SPECIAL EDUCATION MINOR
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|Section Details||Meeting Details & Topic||Instructor||Syllabus|
|09/03 - 12/13 (1)||
|By enrolling into this course I indicate my understanding that I may be moved to another section of the same course with a different instructor listed, based on who is assigned to supervise me in my student teaching/directed field placement. I also attest that I am enrolling in the correct number of credits, based on my licensure program plan.|