Fall 2009 – Summer 2010 Graduate Course Catalog by Regent University

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to enroll and begin classes with nine 9 credits or less outstanding competences or credit hours all outstanding vdoe competences must be completed before the submission of the internship application and review process new applicants will be required to complete these outstanding competencies in addition to the required curriculum for program completion and graduation furthermore applicants are required to have successfully passed the praxis i assessment reading writing and math prior to admission into the program with a composite score of 532 students in this program are also required to have successfully passed the praxis ii assessment in elementary education content knowledge the virginia communication and literacy assessment vcla the virginia reading assessment and the child abuse and neglect training prior to student teaching degree posting and being recommended by the institution to the state for licensure program adjustments are made accordingly as the virginia department of education’s licensure regulations are subject to change for more information on the licensure regulations governing elementary education prek-6 please visit the virginia department of education website required courses must be completed in the first semester acad writ academic writing seminar if not exempt 0 educ 500 online orientation 0 efnd 500 orientation/professional concerns on campus 0 univ lib information research resources 0 ecur 500 curriculum design and assessment techniques 3 edip 501 introduction to technology education 1 edip 502 applications of technology for teaching and learning 2 efnd 501 teaching math science 3 efnd 504 character education 3 efnd 505 teaching reading and language arts across the curriculum 3 efnd 506 classroom management instructional strategies 3 efnd 508 teaching reading in the elementary grades 3 efnd 595 field experience/student teaching cannot be taken during summer semester 6 etlc 541 child adolescent growth development 3 etlc 542 foundations in education 3 etsp 551 characteristics of students with disabilities 3 electives choose one of the following educ 506 probability statistics for teachers 3 etsl 505 serving english language learners in k-12 classrooms 3 etsl 540 multi-cultural education 3 etsl 560 first and second language acquisition 3 these courses indicated with an asterisk include as competencies a classroom observation and/or practicum experience these placements must be in an accredited private or public school and must be set up through the field placement coordinator in the school of education a negative tb test result is required and a practicum orientation must be completed before an observation/practicum experience can be started more information concerning the requirements and details for practicum and internship placements is available in the field placement handbook the handbook may be accessed at http www.regent.edu/acad/schedu/pdfs/elemed_handbook_1-15.pdf eligibility for student teaching internship the teacher candidate is responsible for securing the appropriate forms and materials necessary to apply for admission to the internship the application is available in the appendix of the teacher education handbook and must be returned by the established deadlines the handbook may be accessed at htt;p www.regent.edu/acad/schedu/pdfs/elemed_handbook_1-15.pdf the application deadlines for placements are august 6 to intern in the spring semester and february 15 to interns in the fall a teacher candidate may enroll in the internship if he/she has submitted all the following by the application due date field placement final evaluations 116