requesting accommodations for disabilities must go through the
Academic Support Committee. For more information, please contact
the Director of Disability Resources and Services, Halladay
Student Services Building, Room 303D, (903) 886-5835.
All students enrolled at the University shall follow the tenets
of common decency and acceptable behavior to a positive learning
environment. (See Students’ Guide Handbook, Policies and
THE TEACHING PROFESSION
MRS. PAT REECE, CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR
SED 300 COURSE OBJECTIVES:
The objectives of this course are to introduce prospective teachers to current classroom management and instructional strategies in addition to lesson planning and implementation.
- Psych 300
- TASP/THEA Reading (250), Accuplacer (88), ACT-English (23), Compass-Reading (90), or SAT-Verbal (550)
- Diversity in the Classroom
- Classroom Management
- Classroom Environment, Rules
- Instructional Strategies, Questioning Techniques
- Student Motivation
- Bloom’s Taxonomy
- English Language Learners
- Lesson Planning
- PPR Testing Strategies
- ELL Best Teaching Practices Presentation (Cooperative)
- Interdisciplinary Lesson Planning (Cooperative)
- Interdisciplinary Problem-Based Lesson Planning (Cooperative)
MANDATORY EARLY FIELD EXPERIENCE:
- Each student will be required to experience 30 clock hours of secondary public school classroom observation.
- Texas Examinations of Educator Standards (TExES Preparation Manual) Download from TEA for free at http://texes.ets.org/texes/prepMaterials/ (grades 8-12) #130 or (grades EC-12) #160.
- Kellough, Richard and Jioanna Carjuzaa, Teaching in the Middle and Secondary Schools. Pearson
- Field-Based Teacher Education Program Handbook
- Three-hole binder with dividers
- E-mail account and internet access (services provided free to all students)
- SED 300 Copy Packet (purchase at the campus copy center)