5 courses:
  • ED-100

    Teaching & Learning Today

    This course offers an introduction to the field of education today. Areas discussed include the role of the teacher, the legal and moral responsibilities of the profession, as well as the role of schooling and its historical and philosophical foundations. Emphasis is placed on the future teacher as critical thinker, problem solver, and reflector on personal/social experiences.
  • ED-101A

    Ed.Psychology:Pre-K to 2/Elem

    This course is designed primarily for students who are preparing to teach at the early childhood (Pre-K-2) or elementary level (grades 1-6); however, students who are pursuing a major related to human development services will find this course beneficial. The focus of the course is the application of major theories of psychology that relate to education and classroom practices. Emphasis will be placed on, but not limited to, the early childhood/elementary school environment.
  • ED-101B

    Educational Psychology Mid/Sec

    This course is designed primarily for students who are preparing to teach at the secondary level (grades 8-12); however, students who are pursuing a major related to human development services will find this course beneficial. The focus of the course is the application of major theories of psychology that relate to education and classroom practices. Emphasis will be placed on, but not limited to, the secondary school environment.
  • ED-103

    Field Experience in Education

    An initial field experience in the schools is a prerequisite for entrance to the Teacher Education Licensure Program. Students spend thirty-five contact hours in a school setting. Emphasis is placed on observing and on gaining familiarity with the Massachusetts Competencies for Teacher Licensure.
  • ED-107

    MTEL:Comm&Lit.Writing Subtest

    This course is designed to provide Education Licensure-seeking students with the skills to passthe MTEL Communication & Literacy Exam on their first try. Through practice tests, drills, class discussions, and short writing assignments, students will learn the expectations and best practices for approaching the test. This course specifically addresses the Writing Subtest, focusing on grammar, usage, organization,and development of ideas.