Elementary Education (ELED)
ELED 200 THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHILD AS A LEARNER (3)
Provides overview of children's development in the middle childhood years with specific focus on children's social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development in the elementary primary and middle grades. Prerequisite: PSYC 101 with a grade of C or higher.
ELED 311 CHLDREN AND THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CURRICULUM AND ASSESSMENT (3)
Curriculum methods and assessment strategies for the elementary school classroom.
ELED 312 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SCHOOL INTERNSHIP I (3)
Completion of an internship in an elementary school classroom for a minimum of 120 hours. Corequisite: ELED 311. Prerequisite: successful completion of Level I and Level II of the Elementary Education Professional Internship Sequence. Lab/Class fee will be assessed.
ELED 320 WRITING FOR ELEMENTARY EDUCATORS (3)
Introduces the models and practices of written communication used by elementary teachers. Emphasis will be given to the genres taught in elementary school, the strategies and processes used to produce effective texts, and the features of quality texts. Students will use writing to analyze and evaluate claims, evidence, and questions about teaching writing to diverse children. Requires grade of C or better to fulfill Core or GenEd requirement. Prerequisite: ENGL 102 or ENGL 190. Core: Advanced Writing Seminar or GenEd I.D.
ELED 322 FOUNDATIONS OF READING AND OTHER LANGUAGE ARTS (3)
Examination of theories, processes and acquisition of reading and language arts, including cognitive, linguistic, social and physiological factors involved in oral and written language development.
ELED 323 PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF INSTRUCTION IN READING AND LANGUAGE ARTS (3)
Principles for developing reading and language arts programs in the elementary classroom. Examination of current approaches, methodologies, and strategies for instruction. Corequisite: ELED 363. Prerequisite: ELED 200.
ELED 324 INTEGRATING LITERACY IN PREK-12 CONTENT AREAS (3)
Overview of process and acquisition of literacy, informal strategies for assessing literacy, and the range of instructional strategies and materials for integrating literacy into PreK-12 content area classrooms. Restricted to Music Education, Art Education, Dance Education, or Physical Education majors. Prerequisite: special permit.
ELED 357 LINGUISTICALLY DIVERSE LEARNERS IN THE CLASSROOM (3)
Critique and reflect on theory and teacher practice that relate to preparing teachers for teaching children who are learning English as a second language. Prerequisites: PSYC 201 and sophomore status.
ELED 363 LANGUAGE AND LITERACY INTERNSHIP (3)
Initial experiences in teaching and learning in specified settings. Focus on observing and analyzing teaching and learning within the context of the school and community. Prerequisite: PSYC 201. Lab/Class fee will be assessed.
ELED 365 TEACHING SOCIAL STUDIES IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (3)
Methods and materials for elementary school social studies instruction. Attention given to multicultural and global perspectives. Prerequisite: ELED 311.
ELED 399 DIFFERENTIATED INTERNSHIP- ELEMENTARY (1-8)
Student teaching experience in addition to those in ELED 468 or student teaching in special subject areas, according to needs and interest of the student. May be repeated for a maximum of 8 units. Graded S/U.
ELED 429 PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF ASSESSMENT IN READING AND LANGUAGE ARTS (3)
Examination of and practice using a range of assessments for reading and language arts development, focusing on the relationship of assessment to instructional planning for diverse learners. Prerequisite: ELED 323.
ELED 451 ASSESSMENT OF MULTILINGUAL LEARNERS (3)
Course participants will be invited to critically examine approaches to multiple language development and assessment congruent with recent research. Class members will apply language acquisition theories and multilingual literacy theories towards assessment models. Prerequisite: ECED 460 or ELED 357.
ELED 452 LINGUISTICS AND GRAMMAR FOR MULTILINGUAL AND MONOLINGUAL LEARNERS (3)
Course participants will examine grammatical and linguistic elements among the language used by individuals who are both multilingual and monolingual learners. Prerequisite: ECED 460.
ELED 457 ENGLISH FOR THE NON ENGLISH SPEAKING CHILD (3)
Methods of teaching English to elementary school children whose native tongue is another language.
ELED 458 PRACTICUM: ENGLISH FOR THE NON-ENGLISH SPEAKING CHILD (1-4)
Supervised internship in teaching English to elementary school children whose native tongue is another language. May be repeated for a maximum of 4 units.
ELED 468 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SCHOOL INTERNSHIP II (6-12)
Fourteen-to fifteen-week full-time field experience in public school classrooms under guidance of master teachers and university supervisor. Graded S/U.
ELED 469 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SCHOOL INTERNSHIP SEMINAR (3)
Readings, action research and discussion on school environments, instructional delivery, diagnosis/evaluation, classroom management policies. Active inquiry within context of classrooms and agencies that influence schooling practices.
ELED 470 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION (1-3)
In-depth study of a selected topic in Elementary Education. The specific requirements and prerequisites will vary with each topic and will be designated by the department each time a topic is scheduled. May be repeated for a maximum of 9 credits provided different topics are covered.
ELED 494 TRAVEL AND STUDY: ELEMENTARY EDUCATION (1-6)
Study abroad of education facilities, programs, or practices, or selected projects in Elementary Education topics. By special arrangement with program chairperson and sponsoring instructors. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 units.
ELED 495 INDEPENDANT STUDY IN EDUCATION: ELEMENTARY (1-4)
An opportunity for especially qualified students to undertake research problems or study projects relevant to their interest and training under the direction of a staff member. May be repeated for a maximum of 4 units.
ELED 496 DIRECTED READNG: ELEMENTARY EDUCATION (1-4)
Independent reading in selected areas of Elementary Education in order to provide for the individual a comprehensive coverage or to meet special needs. By invitation of the Department to major students. May be repeated for a maximum of 4 units.