EDUC 130 2 credits Tutor Training I Presents basic orientation to tutoring program policies and procedures, tutoring methods and interpersonal relationship skills for tutors. Prerequisites: college-level writing skills and acceptance in an established tutoring program or permission of instructor.
EDUC 131 2 credits Tutor Training II Presents tutor center management, advanced tutoring methods and interpersonal relationship skills for tutoring. Prerequisites: college-level writing skills and one year’s experience in a tutoring program or permission of instructor.
EDUC 200 5 credits Introduction to Education Introduction to the opportunities of education as a professional career. Study of the role, preparation and certification of teachers. Discussion of the responsibilities, organization, control and financing of schools in America. Prerequisites: ENGL&101 or equivalent, or instructor’s permission.
EDUC& 115 5 credits Child Development Child development in all areas including physical, social, emotional, communication and cognitive. Looks at patterns and sequences as well as individual development. Will consider the impact of community, family, cultures, disabilities and other external forces on development. Provides 30 clock hours toward CDA certification.
EDUC& 204 5 credits Exceptional Child Introduction to the field of special education. Includes various categories of disabilities and special needs, legal and historical perspectives for special education services, roles and responsibilities of special education team members, and instructional strategies for teaching in a special education environment. (Covers the 14 core competencies for special education paraeducators.)
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