Middle Grades Education
Course work for TEP Middle Grades candidates falls into five categories: general education, introductory courses, core courses, methods courses, content area courses, and student teaching.
|TEP 207||Foundations of American Education||3|
|TEP 223||Adolescent Development for Teachers||3|
|TEP 224||Exceptional Child for Teachers||3|
|TEP 227||Educational Psychology for Teachers||3|
|TEP 305||Technology For Teaching||3|
|TEP 315||Managing the Diverse Classroom||3|
|TEP 318||Curriculum, Planning, and Assessment||3|
|TEP 405||Teaching in the Middle School||3|
|TEP 419||Content Area Literacy Methods||3|
Content Area Endorsements
Middle Grades candidates who have completed all general education requirements; all introductory, core, and methods courses; and all course work for content area, and all other requirements will be eligible to complete student teaching. The student teaching semester includes two courses. Candidates must consult with their advisor to determine which set of student teaching courses is appropriate.
|Select one set of the following depending on licensure area:||12|
|Elementary and Middle Grades Student Teaching Seminar|
|ECCE: Student Teaching - Elementary and Middle Grade 2|
|Middle Grade and High School Student Teaching Seminar|
|ECCE: Student Teaching - Middle Grade and High School 2|
This course fulfills the ECCE Engagement Experience requirement.
Candidates are required to apply for student teaching. Applications are to be completed with the TEP advisor within the prescribed time frame. Candidates must complete a state and federal background check as directed by the host district prior to the start of student teaching.
IMPORTANT NOTE: All TEP candidates should consult with their academic content major advisors to confirm any additional ECCE requirements.