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SED Undergraduate Courses, Corvallis Campus

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Top SED 321 TEACHING AND LEARNING WITH COMPUTER-BASED TECHNOLOGIES (3) 
Explore teaching that promotes the use of computer-based technologies as an integral component for learning within the context of academic subject matter. PREREQS: Basic computer and computer application knowledge.

Top SED 401 RESEARCH (1-16) 
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top SED 405 READING AND CONFERENCE (1-16)  Offered in current or future terms
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top SED 406 PROJECTS (1-16) 
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top SED 407 SEMINAR (1-16) 
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top SED 409 FIELD PRACTICUM: SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS (3) 
Placement in middle or high school (grades 7-12) to assist in developing competencies with adolescents in science/mathematics classes. This course is repeatable for a maximum of 18 credits.

Top SED 410 PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP: SCIENCE OR MATHEMATICS EDUCATION (1-16) 
Supervised teaching experience at the elementary, middle or high school level; students experience general classroom and professional responsibilities common to the regular science or mathematics teacher. This course is repeatable for a maximum of 16 credits.

Top SED 412 TECHNOLOGY FOUNDATIONS FOR TEACHING MATH AND SCIENCE (3)  Offered in current or future terms
Integration of instructional technologies with other strategies to teach math and science in elementary, middle, and secondary schools in the 21st century.

Top SED 413 INQUIRY IN SCIENCE AND SCIENCE EDUCATION (3)  Offered in current or future terms
Investigation of inquiry and the nature of inquiry in science as it relates to science education. Students will examine issues relating to integrating scientific understandings and practice into K-12 instruction.

Top SED 414 INQUIRY IN MATHEMATICS AND MATHEMATICS EDUCATION (3)  Offered in current or future terms
Investigation of mathematics as it relates to mathematics education. Students will examine issues related to integrating mathematical understanding, mathematics standards/curricula, and mathematics-specific strategies in K-12 instruction. Lec/lab.

Top SED 416 INQUIRY IN SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS EDUCATION (3)  Offered in current or future terms
Investigation of inquiry and the nature of inquiry in mathematics and science as it relates to education. Students will examine issue relating to integrating mathematical and scientific understandings and practices into K-12 education.

Top SED 417 QUANTITATIVE REASONING IN STEM (3) 
Provides students an overview of the content requirements in the Common Core Standards for Mathematics and the teaching practices that are central to those standards with a focus on the role of quantitative reasoning. Students experience content lessons and lessons focused on supporting students in developing understanding of that content. PREREQS: Participants should be a prospective pre-service teacher at any level, a K-12 teacher, a free-choice learning educator, or have access to an educational setting.

Top SED 419 TEACHING MATHEMATICAL MODELING IN STEM (3) 
Provides students an overview of the content requirements in the Common Core Standards for Mathematics and the teaching practices that are central to those standards with a focus on the role of mathematical modeling. Students experience content lessons and lessons focused on supporting students in developing understanding of that content. PREREQS: Participants should be a prospective pre-service teacher at any level, a K-12 teacher, free-choice learning educator or have access to an educational setting.

Top SED 431 OVERVIEW OF FREE-CHOICE LEARNING (3) 
Examines learning that occurs when people believe they have choices over what and how they learn, how much time they spend learning, and what their sources of information are. Covers current research on learning in museums, aquariums, zoos, botanical gardens, science centers, after-school programs, media and apprenticeships.

Top SED 459 SCIENCE AND THE NATURE OF INQUIRY (3)  Offered in current or future terms
Focuses on inquiry approaches to the teaching and learning of science. Development of teaching strategies including materials and resources for teaching science using an inquiry approach as well as more teacher-directed approaches.

Top SED 473 SCIENCE PEDAGOGY AND TECHNOLOGY I (4)  Offered in current or future terms
Development of pedagogical content knowledge in grades 6-12 science instruction: learning theory, nature of science, technology integration, and reform recommendations. Lec/lab/rec.

Top SED 474 MATHEMATICS PEDAGOGY AND TECHNOLOGY I (4)  Offered in current or future terms
Development of pedagogical content knowledge in grades 6-12 mathematics instruction: learning theory, nature of mathematics, technology integration, and reform recommendations. PREREQS: SED Professional Teacher Licensure Cohort Only. Does not meet Graduate School's stand-alone requirement. Investigation of mathematics as it relates to mathematics education must be completed prior to SED 574. SED 414 is recommended; please speak to the program coordinator. SED 474 Restrictions: Prereq course SED 414 required prior to SED 474.

Top SED 476 MATHEMATICS PEDAGOGY AND TECHNOLOGY II (4) 
Development of additional pedagogical content knowledge in grades 6-12; stress on dominant themes of the school mathematics curriculum including problem solving, reasoning, communication, and connections as well as the integration of technology into the mathematics classroom. PREREQS: SED 474 [D-] and Education Double Degree only

Top SED 477 SCIENCE PEDAGOGY AND TECHNOLOGY II (4) 
Development of pedagogical content knowledge in grades 6-12; science instruction; learning theory, nature of science, technology integration, and reform recommendations. PREREQS: SED 473 [C] and Professional Teacher Education Master's Program.

Top SED 491 SCIENCE/MATH CONTENT STANDARDS AND CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL (3) 
Exploration of curriculum development and teaching strategies appropriate for middle school students as well as a range of organizational structures to effectively organize middle school students for educational experiences. Explore how curriculum, instruction, and assessment are interrelated and how theory and practice must be combined to make appropriate decisions. Development of skills in designing effective curriculum and instruction integrating these methods with existing understandings of their content area, how people learn, and the diverse communities in which they work.

Top SED 494 SCIENCE/MATH CONTENT STANDARDS AND CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT FOR HIGH SCHOOL (3) 
Exploration of curriculum development and teaching strategies appropriate for high school students as well as a range of organizational structures to effectively organize high school students for educational experiences. Explore how curriculum, instruction, and assessment are interrelated and how theory and practice must be combined to make appropriate decisions. Development of skills in designing effective curriculum and instruction integrating these methods with existing understandings of their content area, how people learn, and the diverse communities in which they work.

Top SED 499 SPECIAL TOPICS (3) 
This course is repeatable for a maximum of 18 credits.



 
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