Elementary Education Option
This option is available within the Teaching major at the following location:
This option is purposefully and specifically designed to attract and prepare diverse elementary school teachers in Oregon. Along with a strong multiple subject background, students select one of three emphasis areas that are considered high need in both Oregon and the nation: English as a Second Language; Special Education; or Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). Students will complete one course in each of the three emphasis areas as a foundational part of their core coursework and take an additional two courses in one area. The program requirement will result in 9 credits that can support future endorsement completion and/or job placement.
Option Code: 053
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 394||DIFFERENTIATION IN THE ELEMENTARY CLASSROOM||2|
|ED 409||PRACTICUM/CLINICAL EXPERIENCE||6|
|ED 410||INTERNSHIP/WORK EXPERIENCE||15|
|ED 413||LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS I: FOSTERING CLASS ENGAGEMENT||3|
|ED 414||LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS II: ADVANCING EVERY STUDENT||2|
|ED 450||FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION AND PLANNING||4|
|ED 452||USING DATA TO SUPPORT ALL STUDENTS||3|
|ED 457||TEACHING ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS FOR UNDERSTANDING||3|
|ED 463||STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING PHYSICAL EDUCATION HEALTH & WELLNESS||1|
|ED 465||ELEMENTARY METHODS: LITERACY||4|
|ED 466||ELEMENTARY METHODS II: MATHEMATICS||4|
|ED 467||ELEMENTARY METHODS III: NATURAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE||4|
|ED 468||ELEMENTARY METHODS IV: LANGUAGE ARTS||4|
|ED 469||STRATEGIES FOR TEACHING THE FINE ARTS||1|
|ED 492||TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR TEACHING||1|
|ED 472||FOUNDATIONS OF ESOL EDUCATION||3|
|HDFS 431||FAMILY, SCHOOL, AND COMMUNITY COLLABORATION||3|
|HDFS 432||CHILDREN AND YOUTH WITH DISABILITIES||3|
|HDFS 447||*FAMILIES AND POVERTY||4|
|Select courses from one specialty area:||6|
|INSTRUCTIONAL APPROACHES FOR ESOL EDUCATION|
|LINGUISTICS FOR TEACHERS|
|DIFFERENTIATION FOR STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS|
|SPECIAL EDUCATION LAW RIGHTS AND REGULATIONS|
Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
Writing Intensive Course (WIC)
Option Code: 053