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FIRST SESSION, 2013

NOTE: Advanced undergraduates may be enrolled in 600-level courses only with explicit permission of their adviser or dean.

EDUC 130 Navigating the Research University (1). This course will provide students with knowledge to succeed at a research university. Students will consider what it means to have a liberal arts education and will learn about motivation, resiliency, and self-advocacy. Students will reflect on their current work toward academic success and their path to graduation. For more information, contact Cynthia Demetriou at cyndem@email.unc.edu.

SPECIALIZED PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

EDUC 464 Teaching Profession (3). This course serves as an introduction to teaching and to public schooling. It covers foundations and philosophies, current issues and trends. Practicing and prospective teachers as well as students who are interested in education policy will engage in online inquiry and innovative strategies in this online class. Online Section

EDUC 600 Reinventing Teaching (3). Starts May 9. Prerequisite: admission to the M.Ed. for Experienced Teachers Program. Addresses contexts of teaching, teaching in the world, and teaching students in schools. This course is designed for experienced educators to reinvent teachers and teaching.

EDUC 605 Introduction to School Counseling (3). May 28-June 14. Prerequisite: graduate standing. Investigates the philosophical bases of pupil personnel services, with emphasis on elementary and secondary school guidance programs.

EDUC 606 Theories of Counseling (3). May 28-June 14. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor. Current theories of counseling, with emphasis on theory as a means of conceptualizing behavior change in the counseling process.

EDUX 616 Teaching and Differentiation (3). Prerequisite:  Enrollment in the M.Ed. for Experienced Teachers program required.  Enhances teachers’ understanding of how to differentiate instruction.  Using a case-based approach, teachers examine the areas of human development, special education and inclusion, cultural diversity, linguistic diversity, cognitive styles, and multiple intelligences as frames through which to consider creative environments to promote students’ classroom successOnline course.  No classroom needed.

EDUC 666 Preschool/Kindergarten Curriculum and Learning Environments (3).  Open to graduate students only.  Focuses on individually, developmentally, and culturally appropriate learning environment and curriculum strategies for young children with and without disabilities ages three to five. Late afternoon

EDUC 684 Statistical Analysis of Educational Data I (4). Descriptive and inferential statistics for educational research, including an introduction to fundamentals of research and design and computer data analysis.

EDUC 690 Foundations of Special Education (3). This course will provide an advanced introduction to key concepts, issues, and service delivery approaches pertaining to the educational needs of students with high incidence disabilities. Online section

EDUC 705 Internship in School Counseling (3-9). Selected dates between May 2 –June 4. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Counseling and consultation under supervision in a school setting in order to develop competencies in individual counseling, group counseling, and consultation. May be repeated for credit for a maximum of twelve credit hours. Late afternoon section, two days per week.

EDUC 721 Externship in School Psychology (1-6). Prerequisite: permission of the instructor. Provides supervised observation and participation in school psychological services in schools and school-related field facilities. May be repeated for credit.

EDUC 722 Master’s Internship in School Psychology (1-6). Prerequisites: EDUC 721 [224] and permission of instructor. Supervised full-time field experience for master’s students in school psychology in a school setting.

EDUC 748 Advanced Pedagogy (3). Prerequisite: admission to the Master of Arts in Teaching Program. The first course of a two-course module that completes the MAT year-long program of study. The module emphasizes advanced licensure preparation. Extended class periods, four days per week. Afternoon and night sections. Restricted to MAT students.

EDUC 749 Curriculum Leadership (3) Curriculum Leadership is the second course in the summer capstone experience for MAT students that is taken concurrently with Advanced Pedagogy. The module emphasizes advanced licensure preparation.  Restricted to MAT students.

EDUC 821 Doctoral Externship in School Psychology (1-6). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Supervised field placement experiences for doctoral-level students in school psychology, integrating training with field responsibilities at a systems-level in schools and school-related settings.

EDUC 822 Doctoral Internship in School Psychology (1-6). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Supervised field placement experiences for doctoral-level students in school psychology, integrating training with field responsibilities at a systems-level in schools and school-related settings.

EDUC 990 Supervised Research (1). Prerequisite: open to graduate students only. Provides students with the opportunity to work with individual faculty members in collaborative research activities in association with a seminar during the second, third, and fourth semesters of study. May be repeated.

EDUC 992 Master’s Project (3). Focuses on the development of a master’s project or major paper other than a thesis.

EDUC 993 Master’s Thesis (3).

EDUC 994 Doctoral Dissertation (3).

 

SECOND SESSION, 2013

NOTE: Advanced undergraduates may be enrolled in 600-level courses only with explicit permission of their adviser or dean.

EDUC 130 Navigating the Research University (1). This course will provide students with knowledge to succeed at a research university. Students will consider what it means to have a liberal arts education and will learn about motivation, resiliency, and self-advocacy. Students will reflect on their current work toward academic success and their path to graduation. For more information, contact Cynthia Demetriou at cyndem@email.unc.edu.

SPECIALIZED PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION

EDUC 601 Education Workshops (1-3). Prerequisite: permission of the instructor. Workshops designed around education topics primarily for licensed K-12 teachers.

EDUC 602  Technology Across the Curriculum (3).  Explores the field of educational technologies, situating the field within the context of historical and theoretical foundations, current practices, and future directions.

EDUC 608 Pre-Practicum in Counseling (1-4). June 25-July 23. Prerequisites: EDUC 606 [206] (may be taken concurrently) and permission of the instructor. Interviewing techniques developed at specified levels of competence through role playing and video and audio feedback. Three hours, three days per week.

EDUC 610 Group Counseling Procedures (3). June 25-July 23. Prerequisite: permission of the instructor. Applies counseling theory and research to the organization and implementation of group counseling.

EDUC 668 B-K Internship (1-2). Provides an opportunity for students to synthesize and apply research and recommended practices in their work settings or in an assigned internship setting.

EDUC 690 Foundations of Special Education (3). This course will provide an advanced introduction to key concepts, issues, and service delivery approaches pertaining to the educational needs of students with high incidence disabilities. Online section

EDUC 706 Collaboration and Leadership in School Counseling (3). May 10-June 14. Online. Prerequisite: eighteen hours in counseling courses. Emphasizes the collaboration and leadership skills needed to effectively organize and implement a comprehensive school counseling program. Online Section – predominantly online class (will meet face to face first class)

EDUC 721 Externship in School Psychology (1-6). Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor. Provides supervised observation and participation in school psychological services in schools and school-related field facilities. May be repeated for credit.

EDUC 722 Master’s Internship in School Psychology (1-6). Prerequisites: EDUC 721 [224] and permission of instructor. Supervised full-time field experience for master’s students in school psychology in a school setting.

EDUC 784 Statistical Analysis of Data II (4). Prerequisite: EDUC 684 or permission of the instructor. A linear model approach to the analysis of the data collected in educational settings. Topics include multiple regression, analysis of variance, and analysis of covariance, using computer packages.

EDUC 821 Doctoral Externship in School Psychology (1-6). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Supervised field placement experiences for doctoral-level students in school psychology, integrating training with field responsibilities at a systems-level in schools and school-related settings.

EDUC 822 Doctoral Internship in School Psychology (1-6). Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Supervised field placement experiences for doctoral-level students in school psychology, integrating training with field responsibilities at a systems-level in schools and school-related settings.

EDUC 871 Seminar in Education:  Mixed Methodology Research (3). Prerequisite:  Admission to the C & I Program or permission of the instructor.  Provides for seminar treatment of appropriate topics.

EDUC 990 Supervised Research (1). Prerequisite: open to graduate students only. Provides students with the opportunity to work with individual faculty members in collaborative research activities in association with a seminar during the second, third, and fourth semesters of study. May be repeated.

EDUC 992 Master’s Project (3). Focuses on the development of a master’s project or major paper other than a thesis.

EDUC 993 Master’s Thesis (3).

EDUC 994 Doctoral Dissertation (3).