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STEM Teaching - Science
Professional Internship Education
Principles of Learning and Teaching
Child Development
Careers in Education
Professional Internship Consumer Services
Professional Internship Child Development
Advanced Child Development

Education Pathway

Consumer Services Pathway

Child Development Pathway

Education, Child Development, and Family Services

COURSE DESCRIPTIONThis practicum and internship course allows the students to apply academic and career readiness skills in a workplace environment. Instruction will combine standards-based classroom instruction with extended on-site industry experience. Students will learn all aspects of Professionalism, and apply 21st Century Skills of Communication, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, Creativity and Problem Solving in a real world setting. Interested students can prepare to take the WorkKeys National Career Readiness Certificate.

Professional Internship Child Development

COURSE TOPICS

  • Workplace context and culture
  • Workplace legal issues and ethics
  • Workplace health and safety
  • Technology and digital footprint
  • Professional networking
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • Integrate academic, technical, and transferable skills
  • Demonstrate problem solving and critical thinking skills
  • Communicate and collaborate in diverse teams
  • Demonstrate creativity and professionalism

COURSE DESCRIPTIONThis practicum and internship course allows the students to apply academic and career readiness skills in a workplace environment. Instruction will combine standards-based classroom instruction with extended onsite industry experience. Students will learn all aspects of Professionalism, and apply 21st Century Skills of Communication, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, Creativity and Problem Solving in a real world setting. Interested students can prepare to take the WorkKeys National Career Readiness Certificate.

Professional Internship Consumer Services

COURSE TOPICS

  • Workplace context and culture
  • Workplace legal issues and ethics
  • Workplace health and safety
  • Technology and digital footprint
  • Professional networking
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • Integrate academic, technical, and transferable skills
  • Demonstrate problem solving and critical thinking skills
  • Communicate and collaborate in diverse teams
  • Demonstrate creativity and professionalism

COURSE DESCRIPTIONThis course is designed to prepare students for careers in teaching with an emphasis on science. Instruction will include classroom management and instructional strategies for multiple types of learners. Students will create standards based lesson plans and deliver those lessons at elementary school sites under the supervision of a certificated teacher. This course is part of the Project Tomorrow Youth Teach2Learn Program focusing on developing effective future science and math educators.

STEM Teaching - Science

COURSE TOPICS

  • Effective teaching
  • Child development
  • Special needs
  • Classroom management
  • Classroom and student safety
  • Standards-based education and lesson planning
  • Instructional strategies
  • Science education
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • Identify common traits of effective teachers
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of designing lesson plans with varied instruction
  • Modify lesson plans that will facilitate success for a student
  • Identify appropriate methods for promoting student inquiry
  • Identify different models for teaching science
  • Understand the importance of science education

COURSE DESCRIPTIONStudents will explore growth and development, major learning theories, principles of learning and teaching, classroom management techniques, and strategies for lesson planning and development. They will implement lessons designed for content areas during fieldwork.

Principles of Learning and Teaching

COURSE TOPICS

  • Principles of learning and teaching
  • Classroom observation
  • Field work
  • Professionalism
  • College/career preparation
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • Identify typical and common atypical developmental patterns that affect the educational progress of children and adolescents
  • Identify relevant curriculum standards and demonstrate their use in instruction
  • Understand the types, important elements, and purposes of student assessments
  • Identify relevant curriculum standards, their significance to student success, and demonstrate their use in instruction
  • Define the types of positive guidance techniques that are used in various ages and stages of a child’s development
  • Practice strategies for building relationships and effective classroom management, including appropriate guidance and discipline
  • Demonstrate the appropriate use of current and emerging technology to develop instructional materials and support learning
  • Recognize the factors that influence effective communication between the school and home and how to foster familial involvement

COURSE DESCRIPTIONCourse will explore the developing child and the impact of historical, sociocultural, and economic factors. Students will identify and demonstrate industry approved methods to observe, document, and communicate levels of child development, growth, and learning as well as professional and ethical responsibilities of early childhood educators. Coursework will include work based learning to prepare students for internships in pre-school settings.

Advanced Child Development

COURSE TOPICS

  • CPR/first aid
  • Child development theorist and theories
  • Developmental milestones
  • Special needs
  • Bi-literacy
  • Nutrition, health, and safety
  • Family and community
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • Perform CPR and basic first aid techniques
  • Analyze physical, cognitive, and socio-emotional development
  • Demonstrate a basic understanding of various special needs (gifted intelligence and learning disabilities such as hearing, vision, autism, and ADHD)
  • Describe strategies that support learning a second language
  • Assess proper childhood nutrition and healthy lifestyles
  • Evaluate child’s physical, emotional, intellectual, and social needs

COURSE DESCRIPTIONThis practicum and internship course allows the students to apply academic and career readiness skills in a workplace environment. Instruction will combine standards-based classroom instruction with extended onsite industry experience. Students will learn all aspects of Professionalism, and apply 21st Century Skills of Communication, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, Creativity and Problem Solving in a real world setting. Interested students can prepare to take the WorkKeys National Career Readiness Certificate.

Professional Internship Education

CCOURSE TOPICS

  • Workplace context and culture
  • Workplace legal issues and ethics
  • Workplace health and safety
  • Technology and digital footprint
  • Professional networking
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • Integrate academic, technical, and transferable skills
  • Demonstrate problem solving and critical thinking skills
  • Communicate and collaborate in diverse teams
  • Demonstrate creativity and professionalism

COURSE DESCRIPTIONStudents will explore the world of education today and the historical accounts that influenced how educators approach teaching and learning. Students will apply what they learn through reflections on observations and through hands-on work site laboratory work where they assist elementary teachers in a variety of instructional support, including tutoring students in reading, writing and math topics.

Careers in Education

COURSE TOPICS

  • The education systems and structure
  • Child growth and development
  • Inclusion and accommodation
  • Instructional strategies
  • Instructional support
  • Recreational activities
  • Pathway to teaching and education careers
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • Identify and role-play appropriate communication skills for interactions with teachers, peers, and parents
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the school rules, disciplinary policies, and regulations
  • Discuss the importance of school culture and community
  • Relate the importance of learning environments to physical, cognitive, and emotional growth
  • Recognize varying needs of children and programs (Special education, GATE, ELL, other)
  • Demonstrate an awareness of various teaching specialties and other specialized education careers

COURSE DESCRIPTIONStudents study the history, philosophy and major theories of child growth and development. Instruction includes the biological, hereditary and environmental influences on development together with methods of supporting and promoting optimum healthy growth.

Child Development

COURSE TOPICS

  • Significant child development theories
  • Prenatal development
  • Infant, toddler, and preschool development
  • Early adolescence
  • Family influences
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • Perform CPR and basic first aid techniques
  • Describe physical, cognitive, emotional and psychosocial development
  • Identify and describe activities that promote physical, cognitive and emotional growth
  • Understand the principles of positive interactions, guidance and discipline
  • Relate the importance of learning environments, experiences, and interactions to each area of development
  • Understand the different ways in which the family influences child development
  • Analyze and relate specific stressful events and their potential impact on development