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Studies in Teaching and Learning

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The academic degree plans offered by the Education Division, with the exception of Child Development and Studies in Teaching and Learning (previously General Studies in Learning), are designed to meet Missouri State Teacher Certification requirements. Studies in Teaching and Learning is available for students who are not in a position to complete certification but are otherwise ready to graduate. It is also available as a dual-degree option.

Applicable Degree: Bachelor of Professional Studies or Bachelor of Science

EDUC 210 Field Experience I Seminar

EDCL 211 Teaching Field Experience I

EDUC 213 Foundational Perspectives of Education

EDUC 301 Professional Growth and Portfolio Development

EDUC 303 Methods of Teaching

EDUC 373 Technology and Instructional Media

EDPS 383 Psychology of Teaching and Learning

PSYC 333 Child Psychology

PSYC 313 Human Growth and Development

EDUC 410 Field Experience II Seminar

EDCL 411 Teaching Field Experience II

EDPS 453 The Exceptional Child

EDRD 423 Integration of Literacy in the Content Areas

EDUC 401 Professional Growth and Portfolio Development II

ETOP 423 Classroom and Behavior Management

ECED 353 Curriculum, Methods, and Materials of PK - 3: Seminar and Field Experience

ECED 363 Family and Community Resources in PK - 3: Seminar and Field Experience

ECED 373 Health, Nutrition and Safety of Young Child

ECED 383 Administration of Early Childhood Programs

ECED 413 Language Acquisition of the Young Child

ECED 423 Perceptual Motor Development of the Young Child

ECED 443 Diagnostic Procedures in Early Childhood Education

ECSP 403 Introduction to Early Childhood Special Ed: Seminar and Field Experience

ECSP 413 Teaching Young Children with Disabilities: Seminar and Field Experience

EDEN 453 Teaching Language Arts and Composition in Grades 5 - 12: Seminar and Field Experience

EDEN 463 Teaching Literature within the Curriculum

EDHE 453 Curriculum, Theory and Methods of Health Science for Grades PK - 12: Seminar and Field Experience

EDMS 323 Geographical Concepts for Grades 5 - 12

EDMS 433 Teaching Social Studies in Grades 5 -12: Seminar and Field Experience

EDMS 443 Middle School: Philosophy, Organization

EDMS 453 Teaching Business Education in Grades 5 - 12: Seminar and Field Experience

EDMS 463 Middle School: Curriculum, Instruction and Field Experience

EDMS 473 Teaching Math Grades 5 - 12

EDMS 483 Teaching Science Grades 5 - 12: Seminar and Field Experience

EDPE 433 Curriculum, Theory and Methods of Physical Education for Grades PK - 4: Seminar and Field Experience

EDPE 443 Curriculum, Theory, and Methods of Physical Education for Grades 5 - 12: Seminar and Field Experience

EDRD 433 Foundations of Literacy Instruction, PK - 6: Seminar and Field Experience

EDRD 443 Analysis and Correction of Reading Disabilities: Seminar and Field Experience

EDRD 453 Foundations of Literacy Instruction for Grades 5 - 12: Seminar and Field Experience

EDSP 413 Language Development of the Exceptional Child

EDSP 434 Methods of Teaching for Students with Cross-Categorical Disabilities: Seminar and Field Experience

EDSP 453 Teaching Remedial Math K - 12: Seminar and Field Experience

EDSP 463 Individual Diagnostic & Classroom Assessment

EDST 473 Teaching Speech and Theatre in Grades 5 - 12: Seminar and Field Experience

ELED 453 Integrated Language Arts Concept for PK - 6: Seminar and Field Experience

ELED 463 Integrated Social Studies/Geographical Concepts for PK - 6: Seminar and Field Experience

ELED 473 Integrated Mathematics/Science Concepts I for PK - 6: Seminar and Field Experience

ELED 483 Integrated Mathematics/Science Concepts II for PK - 6

HUED 433 Theories & Techniques of Counseling Students and their Families

HUED 443 Transition/Career Development and Vocational Education

Ms. Kathleen C. Wendt
Director of Teacher Certification Advising
Office: FLD-312
Phone: 314-392-2324
Email: kathleen.wendt@mobap.edu

Mrs. Ricki Roth
Undergraduate Education Advisor
Office: FLD-349
Phone: 314-744-7656
Email:  ricki.roth@mobap.edu