Feb 04, 2023  
2013-2014 Undergraduate 
    
2013-2014 Undergraduate [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

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EDUC 401 - Developing As a Professional IV

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This is the last course in a four course sequence designed to provide teacher education candidates with an ongoing awareness, exploration, commitment, development, and refinement of the knowledge, dispositions, and skills expected of entry year teachers in Ohio’s performance-based licensure program. Culminating expectations for Capital University’s teacher education program are addressed and a review is made of the underlying professional commitments, dispositions and values upon which the program is based. Attention is given to a candidate’s responsibility to serve as an advocate on behalf of students and their families, improved quality of programs and services for students, and enhanced professional status and working conditions for all educators. Overriding themes of this four course sequence are classroom management, diversity, and technology. Prerequisite(s): The passing of all required state licensure exams. Corequisite(s): EDUC 402 



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