Clinically Based Elementary Education Option
This option is available within the Teaching major at the following location:
The Clinically Based Elementary Education (CBEE) option is a professional 90-credit program that follows a two-year community college degree (MTM or 90 pre-approved credits). The CBEE option features culturally responsive pedagogy, teaching for equity and inclusion, and science and math topics leading to an Oregon preliminary teaching license in Elementary-Multiple Subjects.
This option takes advantage of partnerships between school districts and the College of Education to put teacher candidates in district classrooms. Courses are offered fully online, hybrid - a combination of online and face-to-face learning, and field practicums in school district classrooms.
Only school districts that have entered into a formal partnership with OSU are available for student placement. Please check with the program lead for information about participating schools.
Option Code: 054
Upon successful completion of the program, students will meet the following learning outcomes:
- Demonstrates impact on P-12 student learning.
- Demonstrates mastery of subject material.
- Demonstrates understanding of pedagogical content knowledge and skills.
- Conducts scholarly and professional activities in an ethical manner.
An overall OSU GPA of 3.0 and a C- minimum grade in all courses is required for the option.
|ED 309||FIELD PRACTICUM (1, 7, 5, 5 ) 1||18|
|ED 340||^SUPPORTIVE DIFFERENTIATED ENVIRONMENTS||3|
|ED 407||SEMINAR (3, 3) 1||6|
|ED 409||PRACTICUM/CLINICAL EXPERIENCE (1, 6, 6) 1||13|
|ED 410||INTERNSHIP/WORK EXPERIENCE||9|
|ED 420||CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT||3|
|ED 424||TEACHER AS REFLECTIVE PRACTITIONER||2|
|ED 427||ASSESSMENT FOR K-12 INSTRUCTION||2|
|ED 448||TEACHING IN INCLUSIVE CLASSROOMS||2|
|ED 459||STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING HUMANITIES||3|
|ED 458||STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING WELLNESS AND FINE ARTS||2|
|ED 472||FOUNDATIONS OF ESOL EDUCATION||3|
|ED 473||INSTRUCTIONAL APPROACHES FOR ESOL EDUCATION||3|
|ED 476||PARTNERSHIPS AND IDEOLOGIES IN ESOL EDUCATION||3|
|ED 479||LINGUISTICS FOR TEACHERS||3|
|or ED 471||MULTILINGUAL LINGUISTICS|
|ED 482||STRATEGIES FOR DEVELOPING LITERACY||3|
|SED 452||STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING MATHEMATICS||3|
|SED 453||STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING SCIENCE||3|
|Bacc Core: Science, Technology & Society||6|
Writing Intensive Course (WIC)
Parentheses indicate credits that must be taken per term
Option Code: 054