This course is designed to give practical experience to students through school-based experiences in public and approved private school classrooms. Students work directly with elementary classroom teachers and have an opportunity to teach both large and small group activities, particularly children's literature, language arts and social studies. This course is designed to develop competencies relative to program planning instruction, daily schedule, record keeping, evaluation, classroom management, reporting to parents, professional organizations, and teacher ethics. Students spend a minimum of sixty (60) school-based hours in the elementary classroom or a setting pre-approved by faculty member teaching the course.
Admission to: (ELEDR-BS or ESEDR-BS) and Prerequisite: RED 3309 and EDE 4304 and EDE 4943 and Pre or Corequisite: EDE 4226