This course includes a basic understanding of attitude and practices that contribute to better physical, mental, emotional, social, spiritual and environmental health.

This course presents various alternatives for classroom management and the development of classroom management plans for students at both the elementary and secondary levels.

This course presents various alternatives for classroom management and the development of classroom management plans for students at both the elementary and secondary levels.

The content of this course is designed to provide information on various approaches and techniques for utilizing and teaching reading/writing strategies within grades 6-12 content areas (i.e. literature, history/social science, mathematics, science, etc.). Emphasis is placed on procedures for evaluating textbooks, strategies to help students develop comprehension and study skills, and methods for teaching vocabulary and concepts. This course requires 30 hours of field experience in a 6-12 school setting.