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Middle Childhood Master's with Licensure


Master’s Program with Licensure
Middle Childhood Education

Clinical Program
2018-2019

ME6870 Mathematics and Social Studies
ME6871 Science and Social Studies
ME6872 Mathematics and Science
ME6873 Language Arts and Social Studies
ME6874 Language Arts and Science
ME6875 Language Arts and Mathematics

Application Deadline:
April 15, 2018

The Master’s Program with Licensure in Middle Childhood Education offers a clinical program that can be completed in 4 academic terms. To finish the program in 4 consecutive semesters, teacher candidates are expected to begin their program of study during the Summer 2018 term and are required to follow the prescribed sequence of courses. Teacher candidates who enter the program during the Fall 2018 or Spring 2019 term or who must meet additional content knowledge requirements will require more than 4 semesters to successfully complete the program.

 

List of Required Courses:

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

Curriculum & Instruction
EDTE 5100 Principles of Curriculum (3)
EDTE 5600 Advanced Studies of Children and Adolescents (3)
EDSP 5700 Nature and Needs of Persons with Exceptionalities (3)

Reading [State Requirement]
EDTE 5270 Phonics and the Structure of Language (3)
EDTE 5200 Foundations of Reading (3)
EDTE 5220 Diagnosis: Reading/Languages (3)
EDTE 5260 Secondary Reading Instruction and English Language Learners (3)

Pedagogy [Select Two Methods Courses]
EDTE 5300 Problems and Practices in Modern Elementary Mathematics (3)
EDTE 5400 New Programs and Practices in Science (3)
EDTE 5510 Teaching Middle Childhood Social Studies (3)
EDTE 6932 Methods of Teaching English Language Arts (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)

Program of Study

Summer 2018 Fall 2018 Spring 2019 Summer 2019
EDSP 5700 (3) EDPL 6920 (3) EDPL 5620 (6) EDTE 6940 (3)
EDTE 5100 (3) EDTE 6670 (3) EDPL 5630 (6)  
EDTE 5200 (3) EDTE 5220 (3) EDPL 5650 (6)  
EDTE 5260 (2) EDTE 5270 (3)    
EDTE 5600 (3)      
  Methods    
  EDTE 5300/L (4) [MA]    
  EDTE 5400/L (4) [SC]    
  EDTE 5510/L (4) [SS]    
  EDTE 6932/L (4) [LA]    
       
15 20 15 3
Total = 53 semester hours

 

 

Admission Requirements

  • As part of your application to Graduate College you must submit a minimum GRE score of 290.
     
  • To be allowed to start the program during the Summer 2018 term, teacher candidates must submit a passing scores on the Ohio Assessment for Educators [OAE] content exams as listed below.
     
  • You must also schedule a personal meeting with Dr. Frans H. Doppen by contacting Kellie Merriman at: merrimak@ohio.edu

ME6870 Mathematics and Social Studies – OAE 030 and 031
ME6871 Science and Social Studies – OAE 029 and 031
ME6872 Mathematics and Science – OAE 030, and 029
ME6873 Language Arts and Social Studies – OAE 028 and 031
ME6874 Language Arts and Science – OAE 028 and 029
ME6875 Language Arts and Mathematics – OAE 028 and 030

For additional admission requirements, visit the Graduate College website: http://www.ohio.edu/graduate/apply/index.cfm

Extended Program
Teacher candidates who wish start during the Fall 2018 or Spring 2019 term may take the following courses prior to the yearlong 2018-19 internship: EDSP 5700, EDTE 5200, EDTE 5220, EDTE 5260, EDTE 5270, and EDTE 5600.

Internship
All teacher candidates must complete a yearlong internship which includes a Fall seminar [EDPL 6920] and Spring seminar [EDPL 5650]. Teacher candidates in the yearlong 2018-19 internship are required to observe and teach in a classroom a minimum of 2 full days each week during the Fall 2018 term. During the Spring 2019 term teacher candidates are required to complete the full-time Professional Internship, which includes the edTPA.

Placement
All placements will be made by the Office of Clinical Experience and may under no circumstances be initiated by the teacher candidate.

Program of Study
Before an applicant can be officially admitted to the program he/she must meet schedule a meeting with Dr. Frans H. Doppen, chair of the Department of Teacher Education. All teacher candidates in the yearlong program must complete an approved program of study prior to the end of the Fall 2018 term. Applicants who intend to start the yearlong internship during Fall 2019 must complete an approved program of study during their first term of enrollment.

Master’s Research Project
If you are part of the yearlong 2018-19 cohort, you may be able to complete your Master’s Research project during the Spring 2019 term. Please be advised that your Academic Advisor may not be available to help you complete your EDTE 6940 Master’s Research Project during Summer 2019 term and you may not be able to complete your Master’s Research Project until the Fall 2019 term. Please make sure to discuss completion of your Master’s Research Project with your academic advisor no later than early during the Spring 2019 term.

Licensure
Please be advised that The Patton College of Education will not be able to recommend you for licensure to the Ohio Department of Education until you have met all requirements of your program of study, including the Master’s Research Project.

To obtain licensure, prior to completing your program of study, you must also obtain passing scores on the OAE exams listed below:

ME6870 Mathematics and Social Studies – OAE 090 and 002
ME6871 Science and Social Studies – OAE 090 and 002
ME6872 Mathematics and Science – OAE 090 and 002
ME6873 Language Arts and Social Studies – OAE 090 and 002
ME6874 Language Arts and Science – OAE 090 and 002
ME6875 Language Arts and Mathematics – OAE 090 and 002

 

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