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Exploratory Teaching

Exploratory Teaching

"I touch the future. I teach."

-Christa McAuliffe

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Curriculum ET I

Curriculum ET II

This program is designed for those students who have expressed an interest in teaching. First year students will explore many topics in education, including the history of education, social problems in education, and lesson planning. The student will also work closely with a mentor teacher, giving the student a hands on learning experience.

Second and third year students will take a closer look at education. Their studies will include a more in-depth study of the classroom. Topics such as classroom discipline and management will be studied and practiced. Technology in the classroom will also be covered.

This is a fun program. It is designed for students who are responsible and mature.

For more information contact Kathleen Brady.

kmbrady4@bellsouth.net

Calendar/Syllabus ET I(first nine weeks)

Calendar/Syllabus ET I (second nine weeks)

Journal Thoughts ET I (1st nine weeks)

Journal Thoughts ET I (2nd nine weeks)

Calendar/Syllabus ET II (first nine weeks)

Calendar/Syllabus ET II (first second weeks)

Journal Thoughts ET II (first semester)

Journal Thoughts ET II (second semester)

 

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