Educational Studies Department

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The Educational Studies Department is one of eighteen academic departments at Knox. It offers three majors and several certification programs. The department is located in GDH.

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[edit] Department Faculty<ref>2006-2007 Course Catalogue, Educational Studies</ref>

[edit] Current

[edit] Former

[edit] Cooperating Faculty From Other Programs

[edit] Educational Studies - Elementary

See main page at Educational Studies - Elementary.

[edit] Educational Studies - Elementary (major)

This major allows advanced study in educational studies for elementary school education.

[edit] Courses Required for the Educational Studies (Elementary) major<ref>2006-2007 Course Catalogue, Educational Studies – Requirements for the Majors</ref>

11 credits:

  • All of the following:
  • One of the following:

[edit] Educational Studies - Secondary

See main page at Educational Studies - Secondary.

[edit] Educational Studies - Secondary (major)

This major allows advanced study in educational studies for secondary school education. A major in the student's content area is also required.

[edit] Courses Required for the Educational Studies (Secondary) major<ref>2006-2007 Course Catalogue, Educational Studies – Requirements for the Majors</ref>

9 credits:

  • All of the following:
    • EDUC 201 (School and Society)
    • EDUC 204 (Psychological Foundations of Education)
    • EDUC 301 (Teaching and Learning in a Diverse World)
    • EDUC 310 (Perspectives on Curriculum)
    • EDUC 318 (Curriculum Development and Teaching in the Secondary School)
    • EDUC 340 (Student Teaching)
  • One of the following:

[edit] Social Science Education

See main page at Social Science Education.

[edit] Social Science Education (major)

This major allows advanced study in educational studies for social sciences education.

[edit] Courses Required for the Social Science Education major<ref>2006-2007 Course Catalogue, Educational Studies – Requirements for the Majors</ref>

12 credits:

  • All of the following:
    • EDUC 310 (Perspectives on Curriculum)
    • ECON 110 (Principles of Microeconomics)
    • ECON 120 (Principles of Macroeconomics)
    • HIST 260 (American History I: Colonial Era to 1865)
    • HIST 261 (American History II: 1865 to Present)
    • PS 101 (American National Government)
  • One of the following:
  • One of the following:
  • One of the following:
    • ANSO 231 (Native America: Identity and Adaptation)
    • IIS 100 (Introduction to Global Structures and Processes)
    • ENVS 101 (Introduction to Environmental Studies)
    • ENVS 260 (World Resources)
  • One of the following:
    • PS 210 (Survey of International Relations)
    • PS 220 (Survey of Comparative Politics)
  • One of the following:
    • EDUC 314 (Curriculum Development and Teaching in the Elementary School I)
    • EDUC 315 (Curriculum Development and Teaching in the Elementary School II)
    • EDUC 316 (Curriculum Development and Teaching in the Elementary School III)
    • EDUC 318 (Curriculum Development and Teaching in the Secondary School)

[edit] K-12 Special Content Areas (certification)

The department offers certification programs in Art, Music, and Language for K-12 instruction. These involve a major in Education Studies (Secondary), replacing EDUC 318 with EDUC 319, as well as a major in the subject matter and additional courses.

For specific requirements for the music education certification, see the Music Department page.

[edit] Meeting the Competency Requirements <ref>2006-2007 Course Catalogue, Educational Studies</ref>

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