S ED 5053. Middle School Methods and Curriculum. Recommended procedures for teaching middle school pupils with special emphasis on the areas of reading, language arts, social studies, science, and mathematics. A course designed for secondary education students who wish to meet middle school certification requirements. Spring semester.
S ED 5203. Strategies for Content Area Reading. This course is a comprehensive study of reading process, reading in the content fields, teaching materials, and techniques for improved comprehension. Spring semester.
S ED 6213. Secondary School Curriculum. A course designed to explore current and experimental designs of secondary school curricula and instructional procedures, with emphasis on those curricular and instructional aspects that are broader than a single subject area. A research paper is required. Fall, spring semester.
S ED 6223. Project in Secondary Education. Prerequisites: One three-hour course in research and statistics and six semester hours of graduate work in the major area of study. Approval of a committee composed of the professor teaching the course, the student’s advisor, and the dean of graduate studies. A course designed to provide an in-depth study and critical evaluation of an educational idea or practice with major emphasis on the results obtained when the idea or practice is used in a local secondary school setting. A research paper is required. As needed.
S ED 6253. Seminar in Secondary Education. A course designed to explore and clarify several current and theoretical designs of secondary school curricula, and to encourage critical evaluation of these practices from the standpoint of logical and empirical evidence. Spring, summer.
S ED 6263. Methods and Media in Secondary Education. This course is designed to help prospective teachers develop and/or refine the skills necessary to be an effective classroom teacher in grades 7-12. Spring semester.
S ED 6911-6. Thesis: Secondary Education.