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SSED 392 Research, Theory and Practice in Middle and High School Social Studies Education
Presents a variety of instructional strategies for teaching secondary social studies (7-12). Course includes discussion of such topics as the history and philosophy of the discipline, curriculum and assessment at the secondary level, integration of content from a variety of social science and humanities disciplines, middle school philosophy and organization, classroom management strategies, applications of technology, diversity and exceptionality issues, constructivism, leadership, and service learning. Course includes a minimum of 52 hours field placement in a middle or high school Social Studies classroom. Offered Fall only.
Prerequisite: Candidate status in Education required.
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