EDSE - Education, Secondary
EDSE 2225. Introduction to Secondary Mathematics (1-2-2) Prerequisite: MATH 1132. Introduction to becoming a professional in the field of secondary mathematics teaching centered around discussion of teaching and learning mathematics.
EDSE 2485. Practicum in Middle Grade and Secondary Mathematics (0-4-2)
Prerequisites: MATH 1132 and EDUC 2130. Candidates work with resource teachers in the Columbus Regional Mathematics Collaborative as they plan and visit middle grades and secondary classrooms in the CSU service area to model effective teaching. Candidates' experiences include planning, observing, assisting with lessons, and working with individual students or small groups. (S/U grading)
EDSE 3000. Early Mentoring Portfolio (0-0-0) Prerequisites: Completion of at least 15 semester hours in History or English at
2000 level or above. Satisfactory grade in this course indicates satisfactory
submission of the Early Mentoring portfolio in the B.S.Ed in Secondary History
or Secondary English/Language Arts degree. (S/U grading)
EDSE 3115. Teaching Writing in Grades 6-12 (2-0-2) Prerequisite: Admission to Teacher Education;
Co-requisite: EDCI 3455. Characteristics of written language among adolescents. In a workshop setting, the design of writing and other literacy experiences consistent with contemporary research and theory. Techniques of evaluation.
EDSE 3117. Literature for Adolescents (3-0-3) Prerequisite: Junior standing. An evaluative survey of literature written for adolescent readers with an emphasis on reader response theory; best practice strategies, selection and use of fiction/non-fiction, and poetry; and pedagogy appropriate to grades 5-12.
EDSE 3145. Introduction to Social Science Education in Grades 7-12 (3-0-3) Prerequisite: Admission to Teacher Education;
Co-requisite: EDCI 3455. Historical perspectives, perceptions, ideologies, and approaches to social science education. Emphasis on trends, issues, curriculum and standards, as well as the disciplines
that shape social studies instruction and learning.
EDSE 3485. Junior Practicum in Secondary Education (0-2-1) Prerequisite: Admission to Teacher Education. A field experience in an approved
area middle-school or high school to include tutoring, working with student
publications, and/or assisting in activities (debate, academic competitions,
clubs), and/or field trips. (S/U grading)
EDSE 4115. Teaching English Language Arts in Grades 6-12 (3-0-3) Prerequisite:
Admission to Teacher Education; Co-requisite: EDCI 4455. Planning
skills, implementing strategies, selection of materials, and assessment
of learning for English language arts, grades 6-12. Infusion of
EDSE 4125. Teaching a Modern Foreign Language (3-0-3) Prerequisite: Admission to Teacher Education. Consideration of National and QCC Standards, objectives, subject matter, materials, classroom instructional procedures, pupil experiences and evaluative procedures for foreign language classes in grades P-12. Organization of courses and programs in modern language education.
EDSE 4126. Topics in Foreign Language Methodology (3-0-3) Prerequisite: Admission to Teacher Education. This course is intended primarily to provide a forum for future instructors of foreign language/cultures/literatures to engage intellectually with the essential issues in language methodology and second language acquisition. It is the objective of this course to prepare the students in the foreign language education major for reflective teaching and to equip them with the necessary critical perspectives on language learning and teaching in grades P-12.
EDSE 4135. Curriculum and Methods in Secondary Science (3-6-6)
Prerequisite: Admission to Teacher Education. Lesson and unit
planning, curriculum design, implementation strategies, and selection of
materials for secondary science. Emphasis on science processes and
recommendations from national curriculum movements. In depth supervised
participation in planning, instructing and assessing student learning.
Teacher candidates will develop and refine skills for teaching whole
class groups of adolescents in grades 6-12.
EDSE 4205. Teaching the Diverse Learner in the Social Studies Classroom
(1-4-3) Prerequisites: EDUF 2215, EDUF 2116, SPED 2256 and
Admission to Teacher Education. Concepts and strategies for effective
teaching of diverse learners in the general social studies classroom.
Laboratory in a social studies classroom features application of effective
instructional strategies with diverse learners.
EDSE 4225. Curriculum and Methods in Secondary Mathematics (3-6-6) Prerequisites: Admission to Teacher Education and 18 hours of required MATH courses. Curriculum and methods including resources, tools and strategies for teaching secondary mathematics. Emphasis on 9-12 mathematics.
EDSE 4245. Teaching Social Studies in Grades 6-12 (3-6-6) Prerequisites:
Admission to Teacher Education and successful submission of Early Mentoring Portfolio (EDSE 3000). Co-requisite: EDUF 4205. Applied methodology, philosophy, and objectives of the social studies from theory to practice. In depth study of concept formation, skill development, methods, techniques, strategies and assessment. Emphasis on interdisciplinary approaches, field standards, current practices, diversity and technology.
EDSE 5117. Reading in the Secondary Content Areas (3-0-3) Prerequisite: Admission to Teacher Education or departmental approval. Teaching strategies and selection of materials in the student's teaching field.
EDSE 6115. Trends in Adolescent Literature (3-0-3) Advanced study of young adult literature with emphasis on research, recent publications, and prominent writers. Multicultural/global perspectives and technological emphasis.
EDSE 6117. Improved Teaching of English Language Arts, Grades
6-12 (3-0-3) A refinement of knowledge and skills for teaching the English language arts in secondary schools. Review of curriculum trends and innovations, including NCTE/IRA Standards.
EDSE 6125. Teaching Mathematics in Secondary School (3-0-3) An advanced examination of teaching strategies, assessment techniques, curriculum, and resources for the purpose of developing expertise in providing sound mathematics instruction for secondary students.
EDSE 6135. Teaching Science in the Secondary School (3-0-3) Advanced study of curriculum and instruction as related to current practices in science education. Emphasis on methodology, material selection, and the investigative approach to teaching science.
EDSE 6145. Teaching Social Studies in Grades 6-12 (3-0-3) Co-requisite EDUT 6105. The interpretation and implementation of national and state standards in the social studies; research on current practices, diversity, technology; and school-based experiences and projects. The course includes a practicum experience in which the student will plan, teach, assess and reflect upon a unit of a study. Co-requisite for non-traditional M.Ed.:EDUT 6105 Technology Infusion.
EDSE 6205. Teaching the Diverse Learner in the Social Studies Classroom
(1-2-2) Concepts and strategies for effective teaching of diverse
learners in the general social studies classroom. Laboratory in a social
studies classroom features application of effective instructional
strategies with diverse learners.
EDSE 6526. Selected Topics in Secondary Mathematics (3-0-3) In-depth study of the curriculum and teaching of an area in mathematics from an advanced view.
EDSE 6795. Applying Best Practices in Secondary Mathematics Classrooms
(1-0-1) Focuses on applying best practices in teaching mathematics.
Participants will learn about a variety of tasks, instructional
strategies, and assessment techniques that enhance student learning and
apply what they are learning in their own classrooms. May be repeated once
EDSE 7125. Issues in Secondary Mathematics Education (3-0-3) An in-depth examination of current as well as past issues related to the mathematics education of secondary students.
EDSE 7135. Curriculum Studies in Secondary Science Education (3-0-3) Advanced concepts and trends in science curriculum theory and design. National and state curriculum projects and their influence.
EDSE 7145. Curriculum Studies in Social Science Education (3-0-3) Historical and current reform, questions and positions, conceptual themes, phenomenological themes and contemporary problems of the social studies. Emphasis on resources and the application of research.