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Education (EDU)

EDU 2051  Teaching Methods I  (3)                                                                            fall
This course is designed to provide in-depth coverage of technical center operations and procedures for teachers who are new to the field of Trade and Industry teacher licensure. The yearlong course includes a classroom component and a field practicum. The classroom component provides specific information on standards based education; program competencies; competency and employability skill lists; and federal and state rules and regulations. The unique mandates of technical education are reviewed and implemented by course participants who must be teaching at least one half day each week in a technical center under supervision of a peer coach. The practicum component of the course requires formal lesson plans, classroom/laboratory observations, and evaluation conferences with the course teacher and a field supervisor. Observations are conducted three times each semester; graded Pass/No Pass. Prerequisite: Instructor permission

EDU 2052  Teaching Methods I (continued)  (3)                                                 spring
This class continues curriculum from EDU 2051. Prerequisite: EDU 2051

EDU 2061  Teaching Methods II  (3)                                                                           fall
This course is designed to provide in-depth coverage of technical center operations and procedures for teachers who are new to the field of Trade and Industry teacher licensure. The yearlong course includes a classroom component and a field practicum. The classroom component provides specific information on standards based education; program competencies; competency and employability skill lists; and federal and state rules and regulations. The unique mandates of technical education are reviewed and implemented by course participants who must be teaching at least one half day each week in a technical center under supervision of a peer coach. The practicum component of the course requires formal lesson plans, classroom/laboratory observations, and evaluation conferences with the course teacher and a field supervisor. Observations are conducted three times each semester; graded Pass/No Pass. Prerequisite: Instructor permission 

EDU 2062  Teaching Methods II (continued)  (2)                                                spring
This class continues curriculum from EDU 2061.  Prerequisite: EDU 2061

EDU 2115  Issues and Trends in Technical Education  (3)                            summer
This course is designed to provide in-depth coverage of current issues in technical education with a historical perspective on the development of programs in Vermont; 3 hours of lecture per week. Prerequisite: None

EDU 2135 Instruction for Students with Special Needs  (3)                         summer
This three credit course is designed to inform technical educators about students who are members of special populations, including methods of identification, assessment, modifications, and accommodations provided to these individuals and the role of the technical educator in these processes; 3 hours of lecture per week. Prerequisite: None

EDU 2802 Educational Externship  (1)                                                                      fall
This is an education externship for continuing technical education students, taken in conjunction with EDU 2061; graded Pass/No Pass.  Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in EDU 2061