Education (EDU)

199R. Service Leadership Internship in Education (1-3) (Variable) Off-campus service learning. Activities related to the major and employment will be approved. Prior approval is necessary, a program coordinated by a faculty member and an on-site supervisor.

200. Human Growth and Learning in Schools (3) (F, W, S) Full life-span coverage of facts, principles and concepts related to the sequential development of human learning; types and principles of learning; and instructional design.

212. Foundations of Education (2) (F, W, S) Basic foundations of education as related to law, philosophy, teaching models and trends. Selected international comparisons are included. Observation in elementary schools is included.

305. Computer and Technology Assisted Instruction (2) (F, W, S) A study of how computers and related technologies are currently being used to enhance instruction in education and training. Emphasis is given to understanding principles of effective technology use in the K-12 educational environment. (Prerequisite: EDU 212 for Education majors only or TESOL 240 for TESOL majors/certs only)

312. Effective Pedagogy (3) (F, W, S) An in-depth study of research-based effective teaching practices in the public school classroom. Emphasis will be placed on specific applications to effective teaching models, lesson planning models, and other practices involved in classroom responsibilities for the master teacher. (Prerequisite: EDU 212)

333. Developing an Effective School Culture (2) (S) Students explore principles for developing personal leadership and how to apply these principles by helping others develop personal leadership. Drawing from the best practices of successful educators around the world, students will develop critical thinking skills and effective leadership to help create a more effective school culture.

340. Multiculturalism and Culturally Responsive Teaching Through Sheltered Instruction (2) (F, W) This is designed to prepare education majors to develop greater understanding of the different perspectives and integrate culturally responsive teaching utilizing sheltered teaching strategies and multicultural perspectives.

385. Education Assessment in the Classroom (3) (F, W, S) This course is intended to expose students to a range of assessment methods used by teachers in the public schools. Both traditional and modern assessment methods (such as portfolios) are covered, each being matched to Hawaii State content standards and educational outcomes. At the end of the course students should be able to design and administer assessments which will reasonably assess student learning suitable for school purposes and parental information. (Prerequisite: EDU 312)

390R. Special Topics in Education (1-3) (Variable).

399R. Internship in Education (1-12) (Variable) Students may receive credit for applied experience in education. Prior approval must be obtained and a program coordinated by a faculty member and the on-site supervisor.

414R. Special Topics in Education. (1-3) (Variable) An individualized course for undergraduates to research special topics dealing with effective teaching as designed in cooperation with the college supervisor.

492. Student Teaching (12) (F, W) Supervised teaching in the public schools in both elementary and special education settings. Seminar attendance required. (Prerequisite: Formal admittance to the School of Education)

495R. Independent Study (1-3) (Variable)

496R. Student Research (1-3) (Variable) Supervised individual research for students who have been granted a student research associateship.