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2306 METHODS AND MATERIALS FOR TEACHING OCCUPATIONAL SURVIVAL SKILLS An elective that investigates teaching methods and curriculum materials for teaching occupational survival skills to disadvantaged/handicapped learners through discussion and independent research. On demand.
2320 ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT PRACTICES Procedures and concepts used in modern organizations emphasizing public relations, communication, ethics, and current technology are learned through case discussion and experiential exercises. Fall.
2364 ADVANCED KEYBOARDING AND DOCUMENT FORMATTING Using the project method, this course provides students proficiency in the use of word processing software to create classroom, business and industry, and personal documents. Spring.
3364 DESKTOP PUBLISHING AND MULTIMEDIA CONCEPTS Desktop publishing design and layout techniques, photo editing, and animation techniques learned through the creation of various documents and PowerPoint presentations. Hands-on computer sessions, class discussions, and group/individual presentations will be required. Prerequisite: A working knowledge of word processing. Spring.
4325 APPLICATIONS OF COMPUTERS IN EDUCATION AND THE MARKETPLACE Synthesizes the role of the computer in the classroom through a comparison of existing computer hardware and software. Fall, Summer.
4340 INTERNSHIP I A required course for Senior Block I where candidates gain experience in supervised teaching, organizing instruction, and field experiences involving cooperative learning activities. Fall.
4359 METHODS OF VOCATIONAL BUSINESS AND MARKETING EDUCATION A requirement for business and marketing technology majors that provides instruction in the methods of teaching vocational business and marketing technology programs through discussion and micro-teaching. Prerequisite: Level I Teacher Education Admission. Fall.
4371 METHODS OF TEACHING BUSINESS AND MARKETING EDUCATION A requirement for the business and marketing technology majors that specifies the materials, methods, and evaluation of business and marketing technology subjects through discussion and micro-teaching. Prerequisite: Level I Teacher Education Admission. Fall.
4390 SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN BUSINESS AND MARKETING EDUCATION An elective that synthesizes readings and research designs for detailed analysis of business and/or marketing technology through independent research. Required for students graduating with honors. Prerequisite: Admission to teacher education and consent of advisor. On demand.
4680 INTERNSHIP II Required course involves teaching under supervision in a middle or secondary school. Prerequisite: Level II Teacher Education Admission. Spring.
4681 INTERNSHIP II Required course involves teaching under supervision in a middle or secondary school. Prerequisite: Level II Teacher Education Admission. Spring.