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Adolescent-to-Young Adult Master's with Licensure

Prospective Students: Click for 2015 - 2016 Clinical Program Information


2014-2015

Clinical Program

ME6866 Integrated Language Arts

ME6867 Integrated Mathematics

ME6868 Integrated Social Studies

ME 6869 Integrated Science

The Master's Program with Licensure in Adolescent-to-Young Adult Education offers is a clinical program that can be completed in four academic terms.

List of Courses:

Research

  • EDTE 6940 Master's Research Project (3)
  • EDTE 6670 Teacher as Action Researcher (3)

Curriculum & Instruction

  • EDCT 5011 Technological Applications in Education (3)
  • EDSP 5700 Nature and Needs of Persons with Exceptionalities (3)
  • EDTE 5100 Principles of Curriculum (3)
  • EDTE 5260 Secondary Reading Instruction and English Language Learners (3)
  • EDTE 5600 Advanced Studies of Children and Adolescents (3)
  • EDTE 6160 Managing and Monitoring Student Learning (3)

Pedagogy [Select Methods Course]

Integrated Language Arts [Select one]
  • ENG 5510/5911 Teaching Language and Composition/Field Experience
  • ENG 55420/5912 Teaching Literature in Secondary Schools/Field Experience
Integrated Mathematics
  • MATH 5100 Teaching of Mathematics in Secondary School (3)
Integrated Social Studies
  • EDTE 6980 Introduction to Teaching Secondary Social Studies (3)
Integrated Science
  • EDTE 6931 Methods for Teaching Earth/Life/and Physical Science (3)
Professional Internship
  • EDPL 5620 Professional Internship (6)
  • EDPL 5630 Professional Internship (6)
  • EDPL 5650 Professional Internship Seminar (3)
  • EDPL 6920 Internship: Theory Into Practice (3)

 

Clinical Program

Summer 2014

Fall 2014

Spring 2015

Summer 2015

EDCT 5011 (3)

EDSP 5700 (3)

EDTE 5100 (3)

EDTE 5260 (3)

EDTE 5600 (3)

EDPL 6920 (3)

EDTE 6670 (3)

EDTE 6160 (3)

Methods:

MATH 5100 (3)

EDTE 6980 (3)

EDTE 6931 (3)

EDPL 5620 (6)

EDPL 5630 (6)

EDPL 5650 (3)

Methods:

EDTE 6932 (3)

EDTE 6940 (3)

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12

15

3

Total = 45 semester hours

Field Experience: The clinical program includes a year-long clinical experience with a Fall seminar [EDPL 6920] and Spring seminar [EDPL 5650]. Candidates are expected to observe and teach in a classroom a minimum of three half-days each week.

Program of Study: Applicants who are admitted to the program must meet with their assigned academic advisor prior to beginning any course work. All teacher candidates must complete an approved program prior to the end of Summer 2014.

Licensure: To satisfy requirements for licensure, each teacher candidate has the option to take the new Ohio Assessment for Educators [OAE] content exam in his/her area of concentration. It is the candidate's responsibility to submit a passing score on the OAE to his/her academic advisor and the Office of Student Affairs in the Patton College of Education no later than the end of the first semester of enrollment or the end of Fall semester when enrolled in the clinical program. If a candidate fails to take or pass the OAE exam by the required deadline, he/she must meet with his/her advisor to revise the program of study.

 

 

 

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