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EDUC 2312 (3-3-0) Teacher Education Seminar
This course presents a unique, realistic, field-based introduction to education and career. Goals are to expose students to the realities, challenges, and rewards of this career choice. Components will include the examination of the intrapersonal and interpersonal skills students need to develop into successful teachers. Through interaction in the classroom and frequent exposure to educational settings, students gain knowledge of how to apply servant leadership in their careers as educators. Students will be introduced to community expectations of schools, effective instructional strategies, Bloom’s Taxonomy, Texas teacher evaluation procedures, and College of Education lesson plan format and use. Observations in local schools required. Fall, Spring.