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performance. Curriculum for both middle and secondary education will be explored. Additionally, the course will cover the general structures of the secondary school, curricular design, the process of curricular change, and trends and innovations in the students’ intended teaching program. Prerequisite: Admission to the Teacher Education program. Corequisite: ED 478.


478 Teaching Assistant: Secondary/PK-12 Education (1)


A field experience designed to acquaint prospective secondary teachers with the day-to-day realities of teaching as they observe students and their behavior patterns in both structured and non-structured settings, become acquainted with the diverse levels of achievement within the classroom, learn to evaluate curricular materials and resources, and gain practical experience by assuming a variety of teacher roles. The student will gain practice in instructing the total class, the small group, and the individual during the 30-hour placement in a secondary school (grades 6-12) or appropriate placement to give the student exposure for PK-12 licensure. Attention is given to observational, audiovisual, and instructional skills needed in the placement. Prerequisite: Admission to the Education program. Corequisite: ED 474. Graded on Pass/Fail basis.


483 Mathematics and Science for Elementary Education (2)


A course designed to prepare students to teach mathematics and science content, concepts, and skills for grades PK-6. Prerequisite: Admission to the Teacher Education program.


Directed Teaching/Seminar The student will enroll in the appropriate directed teaching course during one semester of the student's


senior year after having successfully completed the appropriate instruction course and all other professional education requirements with a grade of C or better. All students must be fully admitted to the Teacher Education Program and have passed both Praxis I and II, the Virginia Communication and Literacy Assessment and the Virginia Reading Assessment, if applicable, before they will be placed in directed teaching. The VRA is required for PK-6 and Reading Specialist certification.


The student will be placed in an area public school for the directed teaching experience in keeping with


the student's intended teaching area. The student teacher will be supervised by public school personnel and by University personnel with experience appropriate to the student's intended area(s) of licensure. For each endorsement being sought, the student will, in the directed teaching experience and/or in earlier practica, gain supervised experience in at least two settings in two different school divisions for a minimum of 300 clock hours, at least half of which will be in direct instruction.


Secondary and PK-12 candidates who wish initial recommendation for licensure in two or more subject


areas must undertake directed teaching in each of these areas. If a PK-12 endorsement is sought, teaching activities must be at both the elementary and secondary levels.


Seminars are held concurrently with directed teaching and are intended to provide systematic discussion


of the student's experiences during directed teaching and provide assistance in solving the common problems faced by the students in directed teaching. Such seminars are part of the student's professional semester.


The combined Directed Teaching/Seminar is graded on a Pass/Fail basis only. The directed teaching courses are listed below: 488 Directed Teaching/Seminar in Grades PK-6


489 Directed Teaching/Seminar in Secondary/PK-12 Education


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