Middle School Education (MSED)

MSED 342 PRINCIPLES OF MIDDLE LEVEL EDUCATION (4)

Introduction to the field of middle level education; professional decision making and field experience in the middle school setting. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Middle Level program.

MSED 365 TEACHING SOCIAL STUDIES IN THE MIDDLE SCHOOL (3)

Knowledge, skills, and dispositions to make decisions about curriculum, instruction, and assessment in a middle school social studies classroom. Open only to seniors immediately prior to internship and to others with equivalent backgrounds and objectives with consent of instructor. Corequisite: SCED 499. Prerequisites: 2.50 GPA in major field; SCED 342, SCED 460, and written permission from chair, secondary education.

MSED 367 TEACHING LANGUAGE ARTS IN THE MIDDLE SCHOOL (3)

English language arts as taught in middle schools. Open only to seniors immediately prior to internship and to others with equivalent backgrounds and objectives with consent of instructor. Corequisite: SCED 499. Prerequisites: 2.50 GPA in major field; SCED 342, SCED 460, and written permission from secondary education chairperson.

MSED 383 INTERNSHIP IN MIDDLE SCHOOL EDUCATION IN ENGLISH (6)

Internship in Middle School Education, English provides students the opportunity to practice what they have learned in their middle school education courses and to enhance their ability to become competent, professional decision-makers in the middle school setting. Teacher candidates will work with mentor teachers in order to develop and deliver effective instruction, classroom management, and discipline strategies that meet the needs of learners in culturally diverse secondary classrooms. Middle school education students must take a total of two internships (8 weeks each), one for each of their content areas. Graded S/U. Prerequisites: MSED 499 and its prerequisites, appropriate methods course for each content area (total of two methods courses), MSED 461, requisite MSED minimum scores on PRAXIS I, requisite MSED minimum GPA requirements, and written permission from the advisor.

MSED 389 INTERNSHIP IN MIDDLE SCHOOL EDUCATION IN HISTORY (6)

Internship in Middle School Education, History provides students the opportunity to practice what they have learned in their middle school education courses and to enhance their ability to become competent, professional decision-makers in the middle school setting. Teacher candidates will work with mentor teachers in order to develop and deliver effective instruction, classroom management, and discipline strategies that meet the needs of learners in culturally diverse secondary classrooms. Middle school education students must take a total of two internships (8 weeks each), one for each of their content areas. Graded S/U. Prerequisites: MSED 499 and its prerequisites, appropriate methods course for each content area (total of two methods courses), MSED 461, requisite MSED minimum scores on PRAXIS I, requisite MSED minimum GPA requirements, and written permission from the advisor.

MSED 393 INTERNSHIP IN MIDDLE SCHOOL EDUCATION IN SCIENCE (6)

Internship in Middle School Education, Science provides students the opportunity to practice what they have learned in their middle school education courses and to enhance their ability to become competent, professional decision-makers in the middle school setting. Teacher candidates will work with mentor teachers in order to develop and deliver effective instruction, classroom management, and discipline strategies that meet the needs of learners in culturally diverse secondary classrooms. Middle school education students must take a total of two internships (8 weeks each), one for each of their content areas. Graded S/U. Prerequisites: MSED 499 and its prerequisites, appropriate methods course for each content area (total of two methods courses), MSED 461, requisite MSED minimum scores on PRAXIS I, requisite MSED minimum GPA requirements, and written permission from the advisor.

MSED 426 INTERNSHIP IN MIDDLE SCHOOL EDUCATION IN MATH (6)

Internship in Middle School Education, Math provides students the opportunity to practice what they have learned in their middle school education courses and to enhance their ability to become competent, professional decision-makers in the middle school setting. Teacher candidates will work with mentor teachers in order to develop and deliver effective instruction, classroom management, and discipline strategies that meet the needs of learners in culturally diverse secondary classrooms. Middle school education students must take a total of two internships (8 weeks each), one for each of their content areas. Graded S/U. Prerequisites: MSED 499 and its prerequisites, appropriate methods course for each content area (total of two methods courses), MSED 461, requisite MSED minimum scores on PRAXIS I, requisite MSED minimum GPA requirements, and written permission from the advisor.