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EDUC 399 Independent Study in Education

3 s.h.

Special studies under department supervision for juniors and seniors of advanced ability. Admission by consent of department chair and instructor involved.

Prerequisites: JrS and 6 s.h. (200-level) EDUC courses.

Note: The following courses may be offered irregularly.

EDUC 219 Kindergarten Education

EDUC 225 Integrated Language Arts and Social Studies in Elementary Education

EDUC 227 Integrated Math and Science in Elementary Education

EDUC 283 Introduction to Preschool Education

EDUC 284 The Development of Language and Literacy

EDUC 292 Expressive Arts for Young Children

EDUC 315 Enriching the Classroom Program Through Creative Teaching

EDUC 316 Creative Experiences for Children

EDUC 334 Seminar in Reading: Problems in the Instruction/Learning Process

EDUC 336 Literacy Instruction in the Linguistically Diverse Classroom

EDUC 343 Workshop in Elementary Mathematics

EDUC 352 Social Studies in the Elementary School

EDUC 364 The New York State Elementary Science Program – Experience the Curriculum You’ll Teach!

EDUC 370 Teaching Reading to Students with Special Needs

EDUC 375 Introductory Philosophy of Education

EDUC 380 Using the Micro-Computer in the Classroom

EDUC 389 Introduction to Urban Education

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