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3456 METHODS IN FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES EDUCATION A required course for the dietetic and FACS education major. The course will emphasize techniques of teaching, curriculum planning, using instructional technology, guidelines for presentations and educational objectives. Lecture/discussion. Fall, spring.
4355 CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT IN FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES EDUCATION A required course for the FACS education major. The course will focus on curriculum development, planning and assessment in Family and Consumer Sciences programs. The course also examines student organizations, public relations and community involvement programs as an important component of the secondary curriculum. Lecture/discussion. Prerequisite: Admission to teacher education. Fall, spring.
4350 INTERNSHIP I A required course for the FACS education major. Internship I is part of the senior block for candidates in secondary education. The internship occurs in appropriate public school settings where the candidates gain experience in organizing instruction, in creating a productive learning environment, in teaching for student learning, and in achieving professional behaviors.
4680, 4681 INTERNSHIP II The Internship II courses comprise the final semester of work in the Teacher Education Program. The internships are conducted in public schools in sites and grade levels appropriate to the desired licensure level. Candidates work under the supervision of public school and university professionals.