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CONTENTS

Academic Calendar

Board and Administrative Officers

A Message from the Chancellor

University Profile

Undergraduate Fields of Study

Admission

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Orientation and Registration

Fees and Cost Estimates

Academic Regulations

Academic Facilities and Resources

University Centers and Research Units

Student Affairs

Honors College

Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences

School of Human Environmental Sciences

School of Architecture

J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences

Sam M. Walton College of Business

College of Education and Health Professions

School of Nursing

College of Engineering

School of Law

Reserve Officer Training Corps

University Faculty

Appendix A, Student Residence Status for Fee Purposes

Appendix B, Glossary

Course Descriptions


NOTICE - This edition of the Catalog of Studies is provided as a courtesy to students who may be attending classes under these degree requirements. If you are a prospective student, or are attending class under a different set of degree requirements, please visit

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2003-2004 Catalog of Studies

(CIED) CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION

CIED0003 Developmental Reading (FA, SP, SU) A structured individualized laboratory course in the improvement of reading skills. For students not meeting UA admissions reading placement standards. University credit given; does not count towards graduation.

CIED1002 Introduction to Education (FA, SP, SU) Integrates psychological, sociological, and philosophical foundations of education with concurrent involvement in field experiences. Encourages prospective teachers to become reflective practitioners by emphasizing organization of school systems, planning and implementation of effective classroom environments, development of teaching styles, and new directions in education. Corequisite: CIED 1011.

CIED1011 Introduction to Education: Practicum (FA, SP, SU) A 30-hour early field experience designed to give prospective teachers opportunities to observe and participate in a variety of school settings. Includes a variety of field-based activities to encourage personal reflection. Special focus upon organization of school systems, effective classroom environments teaching styles, and new directions in education. Corequisite: CIED 1002.

CIED3023 Survey of Exceptionalities (FA, SP, SU) A survey of the characteristics of students with exceptional needs. Reviews the definitions of exceptionalities, learning and behavior characteristics of individuals with exceptionalities, the legal basis for the education of persons with exceptionalities in both elementary and secondary schools. Prerequisite: CIED 1002 and CIED 1011.

CIED3033 Classroom Learning Theory (FA, SP, SU) A survey of the major theories of learning with special emphasis on human learning and implications for education. Prerequisite: CIED 1002 and CIED 1011 and PSYC 2003.

CIED3043 Introduction to Middle Level Principles and Methods (FA) A comprehensive overview of the key components, principles, methodologies, and research foundations to middle level education. Reflective activities and site-based field experience are integrated with course content to provide continuity between theory and practice. Portfolio expectations will be a primary means of course evaluation. Prerequisite: CIED 3052.

CIED3053 The Emerging Adolescent (SP) This course is a study of the developmental characteristics (social, emotional, physical, moral, and intellectual) of early adolescents (ages 10-15 years). The implications of these changes for motivation, instruction, learning, and classroom management in the classroom are emphasized. Course has field component. Corequisite: CIED 3033. Prerequisite: CIED 1011 and CIED 1002 and PSYC 2003 and CIED 3033.

CIED3063 Literacy Strategies for Middle Level Learners (SP) This course is designed to examine theories and practice regarding literacy development and assessment grounded in in the knowledge of the characteristics of the middle level learner. A ten-hour field experience is required. Corequisite: CIED 3072. Prerequisite: CIED 3043.

CIED3073 Early Adolescent Literature (SP) A study of rationales and strategies for incorporating early adolescent literature across the middle level curriculum. Includes an examination of genres and selected texts from each. Corequisite: CIED 3063. Prerequisite: CIED 3043.

CIED3103 Children's Literature (FA) A survey of children's literary works, authors, and illustrators with emphasis on the preschool and primary grade literature. Corequisite: CIED 3113. Prerequisite: PSYC 3093.

CIED3113 Emergent and Developmental Literacy (FA) This course focuses on theories of children's emerging literacy and on the continuing development of literacy abilities in pre-kindergarten and early elementary years. Corequisite: CIED 3103. Prerequisite: PSYC 3033 or PSYC 3093.

CIED3263 Language Development for the Educator (FA, SP) Nature of speech-language development in preschool and school-aged children, including cognitive prerequisites, social contexts, and relationships between language acquisition and literacy. Language differences (dialectal, bilingual) and speech-language disorders are explored. The role of the educator in facilitating language acquisition is emphasized.

CIED4101 Practicum (SP) Practicum. Corequisite: CIED 4113 and CIED 4128.

CIED4113 Integrated Communication Skills (SP) Focuses on the methodology of facilitating pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, and early elementary children's literacy development. Emphasis is on the integration of the communication skills of reading, writing, speaking, and listening across the curriculum. Corequisite: CIED 4128 and CIED 4101. Prerequisite: PSYC 3093, CIED 3103, and CIED 3113.

CIED4128 Content Integration (SP) Integrates the curriculum and teaching strategies of mathematics, science, and social studies in childhood education. Students are required to develop a professional portfolio and participate in specified field experiences. Corequisite: PSYC 3093, CIED 3103, and CIED 3113.

CIED4201 Seminar: Introduction to Professionalism (SP) Examines the legal, ethical, and moral aspects of teaching and involvement in professional organizations. Students participate in field experiences, simulations, and discussions. Corequisite: CIED 4210 and CIED 4211 and CIED 4221.

CIED4211 Seminar: Critical and Creative Thinking Skills (FA, SP, SU) Provides a basic understanding of how to incorporate creative thinking skills across the curriculum. Students are introduced to a variety of strategies as well as site-based field experiences that provide continuity between theory and practice. Corequisite: CIED 4201 and CIED 4210 and CIED 4221.

CIED4210 Practicum: Critical and Creative Thinking Skills (FA, SP, SU) Practicum in which students apply theory to practice. Emphasis is on actual application of theory to their own creative and critical thinking skills, methods for transferring the knowledge of theory to classroom application in their curricular area(s), and curriculum development. Corequisite: CIED 4201 and CIED 4221.

CIED4221 Seminar: Structure of the Disciplines (FA, SP, SU) An analysis of the cognitive properties and organizations possible for subject disciplines. Looks at ways to discover understanding of a discipline and how to teach students to discover understanding. Corequisite: CIED 4201 and CIED 4210 and CIED 4211.

CIED4323 Instructional Design for Teachers (FA, SP, SU) Study of the design of instruction for students with exceptionalities. Emphasis is placed on synthesizing a broad range of existing and emerging perspectives and methods of instruction and applying them to practical classroom practice. Prerequisite: CIED 3023 and CIED 3303 and (CIED 3313 or CIED 3323).

CIED4343 Teaching Reading (SP) Focuses on teaching developmental and content area reading in the middle school, including strategies for expository text reading, process writing, literature-based instruction, and assessment of progress. Prerequisite: CIED 3103 and CIED 3113.

CIED5003 Childhood Seminar (SP) This course is designed to synthesize the foundational content presented in the Master of Arts in Teaching core courses. It focuses on refinement of the generalized knowledge to accommodate specialized content children. Professional attitudes, knowledge and skills relevant to young children. Professional attitudes, knowledge and skills applicable to today's early childhood educator are addressed. Prerequisite: admission to the CHED M.A.T.

CIED5012 Measurement, Research, and Statistical Concepts for Teachers (SU) An introduction to constructing, analyzing, and interpreting tests, types of research and the research process, qualitative and quantitative techniques for assessment, and descriptive and inferential statistics.

CIED5022 Classroom Management Concepts (FA) A number of different classroom management techniques are studied. It is assumed that a teacher must possess a wide range of knowledge and skills to be an effective classroom manager. Prerequisite: admission to the M.A.T. program.

CIED5032 Curriculum Design Concepts for Teachers (SP) The design and adaptation of curriculum for students in regular and special classrooms. Theoretical bases and curriculum models are reviewed. Concurrent clinical experiences in each area of emphasis are included. Prerequisite: admission to the M.A.T. program.

CIED5042 Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum (FA, SU) This course teaches the integration of reading and writing in the content areas. Reading and writing as integrated strands of the language process is presented in the context of instructional principles and suggested teaching practices. A solid research base is emphasized while keeping the focus on practical application. Prerequisite: admission to the M.A.T. program.

CIED5052 Seminar: Multicultural Issues (SU) This seminar provides an introduction to the major concepts and issues related to multicultural education. The ways in which race, ethnicity, class, gender, and exceptionality influence students' behavior are discussed. Prerequisite: admission to the M.A.T. program.

CIED5063 Contemporary and Futuristic Concerns of Childhood Education (SP) Historical, Contemporary and Future Perspective of Childhood Education. A problecs course in childhood education that deals with historical, current and future concerns. These early childhood concerns include demographic trends, family composition and change, instructional models, social/political/economic issues, parent/community involvement, and evolving professional roles. Prerequisite: admission to the CHED M.A.T. program.

CIED5073 Case Study in Childhood Education (SP) Provides the students with experience in conducting case studies related to childhood education. In addition, students gain knowledge regarding practices used in ethnographic research. Prerequisite: admission to M.A.T. program.

CIED508V Childhood Education Cohort Teaching Internship (1-6) (FA, SP) May be repeated for 6 hours.

CIED5093 Methods of Instruction for Middle Level I (SU) A study of methods and materials in the special content areas (math, science, English/language arts, and social studies). The planning of instruction, microteaching, and the development of middle school instructional materials are included. Prerequisite: admission to M.A.T. program.

CIED5103 Advanced Middle Level Principles (SP) An in-depth examination of recent research on the major issues, practices, and policies for middle level education. Emphasis is on analysis of cutting edge issues germane to the life, education, and welfare of the early adolescent via the integration of theory and practice. Prerequisite: admission to Masters of Arts in Teaching program.

CIED5113 Reading Across the Middle Level (FA, SP, SU) An overview of methods and materials for teaching reading to early adolescents. Reflective activities and site-based field experiences are integrated with course content to provide continuity between theory and practice. Portfolio expectations will be a primary means of course evaluation. Prerequisite: admission to the middle level education program and CIED 3113.

CIED5123 Writing Process Across the Curriculum (Middle Level) (SP) (Formerly CIED 5124) This course will provide an overview of the research, and methods for incorporating writing across all curriculum. Writing as a process will be emphasized. Reflective activities and site-based field experience will be integrated into the course content. Prerequisite: admission to M.A.T. Program.

CIED5132 Research in Middle Level Curriculum and Instruction (FA) An introduction to inquiry and research in middle level curriculum and instruction. It examines the principles, strategies, and techniques of research, especially qualitative inquiry. Practicum in educational research and evaluation is done as part of the class. Prerequisite: admission to the MAT program.

CIED514V Internship: Middle Level (1-6) (FA, SP, SU) The internship for middle level education is an extended field experience in which a preservice teacher integrates knowledge and skills developed in education classes with practice in the field. Prerequisite: admission to the M.A.T. program.

CIED5153 Design and Preparation of Curriculum Materials (FA, SP, SU) (Formerly SEED 5153) Principles and procedures for the selection, development, and organization of curriculum materials including learning packages, simulation and gaming, units, courses of study or curriculum guides. Prerequisite: EDFD 5373 or equivalent.

CIED5150 Middle School Practicum (FA, SP, SU) Provides practical experiences in conjunction with specified middle level course. Reflective activities and site-based field experiences are integrated with course content to provide continuity between theory and practice. Portfolio expectations will be a primary means of course evaluation. Prerequisite: enrollment is associated with middle level education courses.

CIED5162 Applied Practicum (FA) Provides laboratory experiences for RDNG 5123 (Literacy Assessment) and RDNG 113 (Reading in Early Childhood Education). Corequisite: CIED 5183 and CIED 5173. Prerequisite: admission to the M.A.T. program.

CIED5173 Literacy Assessment (FA) Focuses on assessment of young children's literacy skills. Techniques discussed include informal observation, miscue analysis, and portfolio assessment. Prerequisite: admission to the CHED M.A.T.

CIED5183 Readings in Early Childhood Education (FA) Will continue to develop understandings of classic studies and will explore the impact these have had on the most recent issues in early childhood education. Prerequisite: admission to the CHED M.A.T.

CIED5193 Methods of Instruction for Middle School II (FA) Second special methods course for teaching at the middle level. Emphasizes further refinement of teaching skills and methods; the integration of the sciences, mathematics, and technology; science, technology, and society (STS) issues; and the integration of social studies and English language arts. Prerequisite: CIED 5092 and admission to the M.A.T. program.

CIED5221 The Moral Dimensions of Teaching (FA, SP, SU) Explores the moral aspects of the profession of teaching. In particular this course teaches about the valud-ladenness of teaching and presents methods to help prospective teachers adequately address moral and value issues. Prerequisite: admission to the M.A.T. program.

CIED5232 Interdisciplinary Studies (FA, SP, SU) Introduction to the nature of interdisciplinary study: curricular content, course planning (topics and themes), instructional strategies, and evaluation and assessment. Prerequisite: admission to the M.A.T. program.

CIED5243 Special Methods of Instruction I (SU) Study of the method and materials in the special content areas. Includes philosophical, cognitive, and psychological dimensions of teaching the content area. The planning of instruction, microteaching, and the development of instructional materials are included. Prerequisite: admission to the M.A.T. program.

CIED5253 Special Methods of Instruction II (FA) Study of the methods and materials in the special content areas. Classroom applications of teaching strategies with analysis of teacher effectiveness in seminar settings. Prerequisite: admission to the M.A.T. program.

CIED5263 Measurement and Evaluation (FA, SP, SU) A study of measurement, testing, and evaluative procedures including types of tests, abuses of tests, test construction, scoring, analysis and interpretation, statistical methods, and alternative evaluation and assessment techniques. Prerequisite: admission to the M.A.T. program.

CIED5262 Special Methods of Instruction III (SP) Study of the methods and materials in the special content areas. The focus is on student-centered and interdisciplinary teaching strategies. Extended content units are developed and implemented in the partnership school setting. Prerequisite: admission to the M.A.T. Program.

CIED5273 Research in Curriculum and Instruction (FA, SP, SU) An introduction to inquiry and research in curriculum and instruction. It examines the principles, strategies, and techniques of research, especially qualitative inquiry. Qualitative method in assessment and evaluation are considered. Practicum in educational research and evaluation is done as part of the class. Prerequisite: admission to the M.A.T. program.

CIED528V Secondary Cohort Teaching Internship (1-6) (FA, SP, SU) May be repeated for 6 hours.

CIED5293 Special Methods, Interdisciplinary Section (SP) The third and final part of the middle level special methods course. Provides interns with the knowledge, dispositions, and skills for developing interdisciplinary course of study in conjunction with the members of their interdisciplinary team. Prerequisite: CIED 5092 and CIED 5913 and admission to M.A.T. program.

CIED5323 Transition Planning for Persons with Disabilities (SP) Prepares students to plan, evaluate, and implement transition programs within both regular and special classrooms at the elementary, middle and secondary school levels.

CIED532V Practicum in Special Education (1-6) (IR) Supervised field experiences in special education programs, schools, institutions, and other facilities for exceptional children.

CIED5343 Applied Classroom Management (FA) An advanced course in managing behaviors in students with exceptionalities. Students are provided with experiences in applying theoretical bases of classroom management through identifying, assessing graphing, and analyzing behavioral data and implementing management plans. Ethical issues in classroom management are addressed.

CIED5373 Advanced Methods for Teaching Students with Exceptionalities (FA) An advanced course in designing and implementing individualized programs for students with exceptionalities. Students are provided practical experience in applying learning theories and instructional methodologies developed and observed in previous coursework. Prerequisite: acceptance into the SPED M.A.T. program.

CIED5403 Early Childhood Education: Rationale and Curriculum (IR) Rationale and curriculum of an early childhood education program, with special attention given curricular frameworks and professional organization policies.

CIED5413 Early Childhood Education: Methods and Materials (IR) An interdisciplinary approach to methods and materials used in early childhood education with emphasis on developmental literacy. Prerequisite: PSYC 3093 and CIED 5403.

CIED5423 Curriculum Reconstruction (FA, SP, SU) Changes in curriculum development and design as related to changing social/economic/political arenas. Theories of curriculum development, implementation and evaluation are researched.

CIED5433 Children's Literature (FA, SP, SU) Issues and trends in children's literature. Contemporary works are evaluated and reviewed based on changing social political conditions. Multicultural approach to children's literature is emphasized. Prerequisite: undergraduate course in children's literature.

CIED5453 Evaluation Techniques (IR) Evaluation of learning using traditional means of assessment as well as alternative or authentic assessment techniques.

CIED5463 Child Behavior and Development (FA, SP, SU) Advanced study of research and theory. A thematic and case study approach to child behavior and development that investigates the child's behavior and needs in the school setting. Emphasis on current research. Prerequisite: PSYC 3093.

CIED5473 Advanced Course in Children's Literature (IR) Compares and contrast contemporary award winning books with children's classics, analyzing elements of style. Focuses on use of rhetorical devices. Prerequisite: CIED 3103 and CIED 5433.

CIED5483 Teaching Mathematics (IR) Content, methods, and materials for teaching multiple strands of elementary school mathematics. Emphasis on principles and procedures of a conceptual and integrated approach to learning mathematics. Prerequisite: undergrad coursework in teaching elementary or early childhood mathematics.

CIED5493 Teaching Social Studies (IR) Purpose, content, psychology, materials, and methods for teaching the social sciences in the elementary school. Emphasis on principles and procedures for combining the social studies with other areas of the curriculum in broad unit instruction. Prerequisite: Undergraduate coursework in teaching elementary or early childhood social studies.

CIED5503 Teaching Science (FA, SP, SU) The influence of science on the community, on the home, and the child. Use of science in the living and learning of the child at school.

CIED5533 Teaching Language Arts (FA, SP, SU) The place of the language arts in the elementary curriculum. Exploration of materials, content, practices, and methods, used in reading, speaking, listening, and writing experiences.

CIED5553 Problems in Elementary Education (FA, SP, SU) Problems, trends, and issues related to the elementary school.

CIED5573 Teaching Reading (FA, SP, SU) Teaching of reading to children; techniques, research, and modern practices.

CIED5583 Correlates of Reading Process (FA, SP, SU) The developmental program is emphasized through a student of the reading process. Learning theory and research are related to reading instruction and materials through the development and application of evaluative criteria based on an understanding of reading process. Prerequisite: CIED 5573.

CIED5593 Corrective Reading in the Classroom (FA, SP, SU) Emphasizes the diagnosis and remediation of reading difficulties in the classroom setting. Students are expected to become familiar with cause of reading failure, diagnosis instruments and procedures, principles of report writing, and corrective instructional methods and materials. The course is open to graduate students with instructor's consent. Enrollment limited to 20. Prerequisite: CIED 5573.

CIED5603 Innovations in School Education (FA, SP, SU) An examination of the change process in education with emphasis on those elements that support or hinder change in the schools, and the detailed study of schools innovations on national, state, and local levels.

CIED5613 Contemporary Issues in Education (FA, SP, SU) A study of issues pertaining to the goals, objectives, organization, and curriculum of the schools with an analysis of the teacher's role in dealing with current concerns in these areas.

CIED5623 The School Curriculum (FA, SP, SU) General principles and techniques of selecting and organizing curricular materials.

CIED5633 Analysis of Instruction (FA, SP, SU) A survey of the research and literature related to the systematic study of the field of teaching. An examination of the definitions of teaching and the knowledge base on which teaching is predicated. A study of the implications of the research of effective teaching and the key curricular and instructional issues.

CIED5653 Methods of Middle School Instruction (FA, SP, SU) Philosophy, rationale, and instructional practices of middle school instruction. Prerequisite: graduate standing.

CIED5663 Evaluation of Instruction (FA, SP, SU) Examination of methods and philosophies of evaluation. Consideration will be given to grading, techniques of grading, and construction of behavioral objectives and test items.

CIED567V Teaching Foreign Cultures in Social Studies Curricula (1-6) (FA, SP, SU) Extensive examination of foreign cultures (West Europe, USSR, China, Latin America) and methods of teaching about them in secondary school social studies.

CIED5683 Adolescent Literature (FA, SP, SU) Content course in adolescent literature including selection, reading, evaluation, and psychological basis of classic and contemporary works. Prerequisite: PSYC 3093 or equivalent.

CIED5696 Interdisciplinary Instruction K-4 (FA, SP, SU) Stresses the learning of science, mathematics, and reading in grades K-4 as active, integrated constructive processes involving experimentation, investigation, communication, reasoning, and problem solving. Builds foundations in content to show connections and relevant applications of these disciplines.

CIED5723 Nature and Needs of Persons with Mild Disabilities (IR) Educational, psychological, and social characteristics of individuals who are mildly handicapped with emphasis on educational modifications. Prerequisite: CIED 3023.

CIED5753 Nature and Needs of Persons with Serious Emotional Disorders (IR) A survey of the educational, psychological, and social characteristics of individuals with serious emotional disorders. Four major categories of behaviors (personality disorders, pervasive developmental disorders, and learning/behavior disorders) are reviewed in relationship to identification, assessment, and program intervention within the public school setting. Prerequisite: CIED 3023.

CIED576V Teaching Severely Handicapped Children (1-6) (IR) Methods and materials for teaching students with severe handicaps, including severe mental retardation, serious emotional disturbance, and severe physical disabilities.

CIED5793 Corrective Reading Practicum (FA, SP, SU) Laboratory experience in which students diagnose reading difficulties and practice remedial measures under the direct supervision of the instructor. Emphasis is given to continuous diagnosis and to the use of commercially produced materials and trade books in remediation. Enrollment limited to 15. Prerequisite: CIED 5593.

CIED5803 Nature and Needs of the Gifted and Talented (FA) Educational, psychological, and social characteristics of gifted and talented children. Prerequisite: graduate standing.

CIED5813 Curriculum Development in Gifted & Talented (SP) Examines the various models for developing curriculum and providing services for students identified for gifted programs. Prerequisite: CIED 5803.

CIED5823 Gifted and Talented (Structured) Practicum (SU) Supervised field experience in gifted education programs, schools, institutions, and other facilities for gifted/talented children. Prerequisite: CIED 5813.

CIED5833 Gifted and Talented (Flex) Practicum (FA) Students design and implement an individualized practicum experience (Type III Renzulli) that provides the opportunity to refine and enhance personal attitudes, beliefs, and skills in gifted education. Prerequisite: CIED 5823.

CIED5873 Assessment of Exceptional Students (FA) Methods and techniques of assessment of children in all areas of exceptionality with emphasis on diagnosis and classification.

CIED5883 Research in Special Education (IR) Review of research in special education including all areas of exceptionality with emphasis on diagnosis and classification.

CIED5893 Organization, Administration and Supervision of Special Education (IR) Procedures, responsiblities and problems of organization, administration, and supervision of special education programs.

CIED5903 Adaptive Instruction (SU) An examination of the general principles and techniques for adapting instruction to meet the needs of various learning styles and learning modalities, especially those with exceptional strengths.

CIED5913 Professionalization of Teaching (FA, SP, SU) Explores the need for reconceptualizing the role and responsibility of career professional teachers and concomitant implications for school improvement and educational change. Reflection and inquiry processes are integrated with course content to increase congruence between theoretical bases and professional barriers. Prerequisite: experience as a practicing educator.

CIED5923 Second Language Acquisition (SP) This is one of four courses leading to Arkansas approved endorsement for teaching English as a Second Language (ESL). The course gives an introduction to the basics in research and learning theories involved in the acquisition of second languages and cultures, particularly ESL.

CIED5933 Second Language Methodologies (FA) This is one of a series of four courses leading to Arkansas approved endorsement for teaching English as a Second Language (ESL). The course introduces the basics in approaches, methodologies, techniques, and strategies for teaching second languages, especially ESL.

CIED5943 Teaching People of Other Cultures (FA) This is one in a series of four courses leading to Arkansas approved endorsement for teaching English as a Second Language (ESL). The course focuses on cultural awareness, understanding cultural differences, and instruction methods for integrating second cultures, especially the culture of the United States, into the curriculum.

CIED5953 Second Language Assessment (SP) This is one in a series of four courses leading to Arkansas approved endorsement for teaching English as a Second Language (ESL). The course introduces basic methods for testing, assessing and evaluating second language, especially ESL, learners for placement purposes and academic performance.

CIED5963 Reading in Secondary Schools (FA, SP, SU) Methods and materials of teaching reading in secondary schools with emphasis on remedial and developmental reading problems of students.

CIED599V Special Topics (1-18)

CIED6013 Curriculum Development (FA) Principles and concepts of curriculum and development, with an analysis of the factors basic to planning, the aims of the educational program, the organization of the curriculum, curriculum models, and elements desirable in the curriculum of schools.

CIED6023 Instructional Theory (IR) Study of psychological, anthropological, sociological, and educational theories of instruction and learning. Emphasis is placed on synthesizing a broad range of existing and emerging perspectives in understanding individual, interactional and contextual phenomena of instruction and learning. Prerequisite: EDFD 5373.

CIED6033 Content Specific Pedagogy (IR) This course explores the relationship between the content of courses taught in schools and the pedagogical principles that the teaching of the content requires. Students will discuss and synthesize findings from the research literature and from personal investigation. Prerequisite: CIED 6203.

CIED6043 Analysis of Teacher Education (IR) This course examines issues, problems, trends, and research associated with teacher education programs in early childhood, elementary, special education, and secondary education. Prerequisite: CIED 6023.

CIED6073 Seminar in Developing Creativity (IR) A study of the facets of creativity, how they can be applied to be used in one's everyday life, how they can be applied in all classrooms, and how to encourage the development of these in students.

CIED6083 Piaget's Theory and Instruction (SP, Odd years) Piaget's theory has been applied to classroom instruction in various settings. This course will investigate the theory in depth, study classroom application, and students will devise application. Prerequisite: CIED 6023.

CIED6103 Early Childhood Education Curriculum (FA, SP, SU) Advanced course in curriculum design and evaluation for early childhood education programs. Prerequisite: CIED 5443.

CIED6203 Individual Diagnosis and Remediation in Reading (FA, SP, SU) Specialized techniques and material for diagnosis and remediation of reading disability. Rationale of the clinical setting is developed through emphasis on an interdisciplinary approach to diagnosis, program planning, and remediation. Enrollment limited to 20. Advanced graduate students only. Prerequisite: CIED 5583 and CIED 5593.

CIED6223 Investigations in Reading (FA, SP, SU) Research techniques and findings in reading are extensively reviewed by the student. Student is expected to culminate activity in this course by identifying a research problem in the field of reading for possible further study. Prerequisite: reading certification.

CIED6233 Organization of Reading Programs (FA, SP, SU) Study of the problem of organizing the classroom, individual school, and school system, for the improvement of reading instruction. Emphasis is given to the development of program organization rationale based on requirements of the teaching-learning setting.

CIED6323 Science Seminar (FA, SP, SU) Broaden the perspective of science educators who have the necessary background, knowledge, and skills to become effective professionals in higher education. Emphasis is on current trends in secondary science, issues developing in secondary science, research in science education, philosophy, and history of science education.

CIED6403 Emerging Issues in Special Education (IR) A study in the complex issues with which professionals in the field of special education must be familiar and prepared to address.

CIED641V Special Topics in Special Education (1-6) (IR) Discussion and advanced studies on select topics in special education. Specific focus on recent developments.

CIED6423 Philosophical and Sociological Bases of Special Education (IR) A study of the basic philosophical and sociological bases for current practices in special education. education.

CIED6433 Legal Aspects of Special Education (IR) A study of litigation and legislation in special education, federal and state laws and court cases, and due process hearings.

CIED6443 Advanced Research in Special Education (IR) A study in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of research in special education.

CIED6503 Effective Teaching: Concepts and Processes (FA, SP, SU) This course is designed to assist students in examining a variety of effective teaching practices and conditions found in classrooms and in acquiring knowledge, concepts, and ideas about ways to effectively influence the interests, learning and development of students. Prerequisite: admission to the Ph.D. program.

CIED6603 Multicultural Education (FA, SP, SU) This course is designed to trace, examine, discuss, and promote understanding of issues related to multicultural education, different views of multicultural education, and the impact of multicultural education upon the schooling process. Emphasis is upon schooling experiences of culturally diverse students, language issues, gender issues, and evaluation issues. Prerequisite: admission to the Ph.D. program.

CIED660V Workshop (1-18) (FA, SP, SU)

CIED674V Internship (1-6) (FA, SP, SU)

CIED694V Special Topics (1-6) (FA, SP, SU) Discussion and advanced studies on selected topics in curriculum and instruction. Specific focus on recent developments.

CIED695V Independent Study (1-6) (FA, SP, SU)

CIED699V Doctoral Seminar (1-3) (FA, SP, SU)

CIED700V Dissertation (1-18) (FA, SP, SU) Prerequisite: candidacy

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