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Practicum IB

Course Number: 
EDU-221
Minimum Credits: 
3
A course examining theories, principles, and characteristics of human development from conception to young adulthood. Upon successful completion of the course, students will have an understanding of the study of the teaching and learning processes and the implications for planning educational experiences in terms of behavioral and cognitive psychological principles. Students will also investigate intelligence theories and their application to lesson design and presentation, classroom management, multiculturalism and national and state K-12 content standards. The course includes clinical field experiences in elementary, middle, and secondary schools. Prerequisite: Education 211