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NSCAD Courses

EDUC 5015
Secondary Art Methods I

0.5 unit
This course examines theories and methods of teaching in the secondary school context. It undertakes to develop the understanding, attitudes, and skills required to plan, prepare, and deliver positive art learning experiences to adolescents. (Also listed as NSCAD EDAR 5610 - This course is offered by the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design)

EDUC 5016
Secondary Art Methods II

0.5 unit
This course allows for further development of the understandings, attitudes, and skills required in successful art teaching in the secondary school context. (Also listed as NSCAD EDAR 5620 - This course is offered by the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design)

EDUC 5021
Advanced Curriculum Practice: Visual Art

0.5 unit
This course is an in-depth examination of theories and specialized methods of teaching visual art in the secondary school context. Students will refine their understanding and skills in preparing program and lesson plans in the visual arts at the secondary level. These will relate directly to the policies and practices common to the secondary classroom. (Also listed as NSCAD EDAR 5750 - This course is offered by the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design)

EDUC 5022
Elementary Art Methods

0.5 unit
This course examines theories and methods of teaching art within the elementary school context. It undertakes to develop the understandings, attitudes and skills required to plan, prepare, and deliver positive art learning experiences to children. (Also listed as NSCAD EDAR 5510  - This course is offered by the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design)

Courses

Note: All courses listed below have a professional studies classification only, unless cross-listed with an arts and science discipline. Prerequisite for all courses at the 5000 level is admission to the Bachelor of Education program or permission of the Director of Teacher Education. Methods and advanced curriculum practices courses for visual arts students are offered at NSCAD.

EDUC 2461/MATH 2243
Fundamental Concepts in Mathematics

0.5 unit
Prerequisite: completion of 5.0 units at the university level
A study of fundamental mathematics concepts in the areas of numeration systems, rational and irrational numbers, number theory, geometry, probability, statistics and measurement. This course is intended primarily for pre-education students and will not normally be acceptable for the mathematics major or minor.

EDUC 2471
Fundamental Concepts in Science I

0.5 unit
A general introduction to the concepts of science for non-science students and for students intending to teach science in elementary and middle schools encompassing both theoretical instruction and laboratory work. The three themes that form the focus of the course are scientific method, energy and change over time. Laboratory is included.

EDUC 2472
Fundamental Concepts in Science II 

0.5 unit
A companion course to EDUC 2471 encompassing both theoretical instruction and laboratory work. This offers a general introduction to the concepts of science for non-science students and for students intending to teach science in elementary and middle schools. The three themes that form the focus of the course are patterns of change, scale and structure, systems and interactions. Laboratory is included.

EDUC 3452
Introduction to Educational Psychology, Elementary

0.5 unit
Prerequisite: completion of 5.0 units at the university level
A study of the growth and development of children emphasizing the sequential nature of development, principles of learning, and classroom applications in the elementary school. Special consideration is given to the exceptionalities of children and the efforts in elementary schools to meet special needs and diverse learning styles.

EDUC 3453
Introduction to Educational Psychology, Secondary

0.5 unit
Prerequisite: completion of 5.0 units at the university level
A study of the growth and development of adolescents emphasizing the sequential nature of development, principles of learning, and classroom applications in secondary schools. Special consideration is given to the exceptionalities of children and the efforts of secondary schools to meet special needs and diverse learning styles.

EDUC 5301
Curriculum Practices in Business Education: Part I

0.5 unit
This course will focus on teaching, programs and materials in junior and senior high school business education.

EDUC 5302
Curriculum Practices in Business Education: Part II

0.5 unit
A continuation of EDUC 5301. This course covers in greater depth topics and instructional considerations addressed in Part I and introduces additional topics relevant to instruction in business.

EDUC 5305
Curriculum Practices in Family Studies I

0.5 unit
A study of contemporary approaches to teaching family studies in various settings. Teacher roles, assessment of special needs and interests, development and implementation of teaching plans, and assessment of achievement will be covered.

EDUC 5306
Curriculum Practices in Family Studies II

0.5 unit
A continuation of EDUC 5305. A study of the process of curriculum development as it applies to family studies. Elements of a curriculum model will be applied to development of unit plans and adaptation or implementation of curriculum guides.

EDUC 5321
Philosophy of Education 

0.5 unit
A philosophical discussion, drawing on case studies, of selection of issues that arise in the context of teaching and schooling, such as: the relationship between theory and practice, interests and needs, controversial issues and the problem of bias in teaching, critical thinking and open-mindedness, values education and the hidden curriculum, and the aims of education in a multicultural democracy. Topics may vary from year to year.

EDUC 5325
The Political Context of Education

0.5 unit
A critical examination of the political context of education and the place of the school as an institution in the political context. As well, the politics of education will be addressed.

EDUC 5326
Advanced Interdisciplinary Seminar in Educational Foundations

0.5 unit
Prerequisite: completion of the first year of the BEd (Secondary) program
Drawing on political, sociological, philosophical and historical perspectives, students in this course will investigate educational issues at the centre of wide public debate. The specific focus will vary from year to year.

EDUC 5327
Social and Cultural Contexts of Schooling I

0.5 unit
A critical examination of social issues that impact on, and are impacted by schooling processes. The course includes in-depth discussions of pertinent and contemporary social issues and processes, such as: sex/gender/sexism; social class/poverty, as well as formal and informal curricula. Students will come to a deeper recognition of how social positionings are brought to, maintained, and/or resisted through schooling processes. Note: Students who have received credit for EDUC 5322 or 5323 may not take this course for credit.

EDUC 5328
Social and Cultural Contexts of Schooling II

0.5 unit
Prerequisite: EDUC 5327
Continuing from the foundation established in EDUC 5327, this course includes in-depth discussions of pertinent and contemporary social issues and processes, such as: race/racism/anticolonialism; multiculturalism; religions; abilities/disabilities, as well as formal and informal curricula. Students will continue to develop their recognition of how social positionings are brought to, maintained, and/or resisted through schooling processes. Note: Students who have received credit for EDUC 5322 or 5323 may not take this course for credit.

EDUC 5329
Advanced Studies in Philosophy of Education

0.5 unit
Prerequisite: EDUC 5321 or equivalent
An examination of philosophical questions that arise in the context of schooling. This course is designed for student teachers preparing to work in elementary and/or secondary schools. Topics will vary from year to year.

EDUC 5331
Curriculum Practices in Secondary French I

0.5 unit
Perquisite: French as Second Language (FSL) students entering this course will have completed successfully a French proficiency test that is based on the international standards of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
This course focuses on the study and practice of the French curriculum and of current junior-high and senior-high school materials.

EDUC 5332
Foundations in Second Language Education

0.5 unit
A course designed to review the fundamental theories pertaining to second language learning/teaching and to familiarize students with current second language teaching approaches through the study of representative materials and techniques.

EDUC 5333
Curriculum Practices in Secondary French II

0.5 unit
Perquisite: French as Second Language (FSL) students entering this course will have completed successfully a French proficiency test that is based on the international standards of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
A continuation of EDUC 5331. This course covers in greater depth topics and instructional considerations addressed in Part I and introduces additional topics relevant to instruction in French at the secondary level. Note: Students who have received credit for EDUC 5603 may not take this course for credit.

EDUC 5334
Advanced Studies in the Sociology and Anthropology of Education

0.5 unit
Prerequisite: completion of the first year of the BEd Program
An exploration of education, schooling, and childhood and youth culture from sociological and anthropological frameworks. Among issues discussed will be social determination versus individual agency, as well as those drawn from students’ classroom experiences.

EDUC 5340
Curriculum Practices in Secondary Language Arts I

0.5 unit
This course addresses the social, cultural, and institutional functions of English studies within the curriculum of secondary schools. The focus of the course is the development of curriculum practices that effectively and critically engages teachers in all dimensions of English studies: orality; drama; literacy/language/literature; writing and media/popular culture.

EDUC 5341
Curriculum Practices in Secondary Language Arts II

0.5 unit
This course extends the perspectives and practices introduced in EDUC 5340. The specific focus of this course is on the enhancement of effective and reflective practices in all dimensions of secondary English studies.

EDUC 5343
Reading, Writing and Thinking Across the Curriculum

0.5 unit
A course designed to prepare teacher candidates to recognize and deal with the various problems encountered in the teaching of reading at the junior and senior high school levels. The following topics are included: assessment of reading levels, approaches to reading instruction, reading in the content areas.

EDUC 5344
Advanced Curriculum Practice: Business 

0.5 unit

EDUC 5345
Advanced Curriculum Practice: Secondary Language Arts

0.5 unit

EDUC 5346
Advanced Curriculum Practice: Family Studies

0.5 unit

EDUC 5347
Advanced Curriculum Practice: Math

0.5 unit

EDUC 5348
Advanced Curriculum Practice: Social Studies

0.5 unit

EDUC 5349
Advanced Curriculum Practice: Science

0.5 unit
Prerequisites: completion of Curriculum Practice (First Teachable) courses in the first year of the Secondary program
A follow-up to and an advancement of principles and practices introduced to students in curriculum practice courses (first and second teachable) in the initial year of the secondary program. Directions for curriculum practice which emerge from current scholarship in curriculum studies as well as the integration of knowledge across curriculum subjects will be the major foci.

EDUC 5350
Technology in Education

0.5 unit
Prerequisite: completion of the first year of the BEd program
An exploration of the technological literacies and competency necessary for secondary education. Focusing on the issues that accompany the uses of technology in the teaching and learning process, students will examine the use of integrated utility packages, multimedia software, e-mail, Internet and curriculum specific software.

EDUC 5352
Evaluating Learner Progress

0.5 unit
A critical and pragmatic examination of measurement and evaluation practices in the classroom. Topics covered include the development and use of practices that facilitate the monitoring and evaluation of learner progress including a range of approaches such as teacher made assessment materials, portfolio assessment, criterion referenced materials and standardized assessment. The focus will be on the integration of materials that help evaluate and monitor learner progress with curriculum approaches and teaching strategies. As well, a critical examination of outcome based and standardized testing practices in Canadian schools will be included.

EDUC 5354
Inclusive Classrooms for Learners with Exceptionalities in the Secondary School

0.5 unit
A critical and pragmatic examination through case studies of programming, methods, techniques, strategies, materials, issues, and resources pertaining to the education of youth with exceptionalities in the regular secondary classroom. This course is designed to familiarize the beginning teacher with approaches to enabling learners with exceptionalities to be included in the regular secondary school classroom.

EDUC 5355
Educational Perspectives and Development: Implications for the Teaching/Learning Process

0.5 unit
Prerequisite: enrollment in the BEd (Secondary) program
A critical examination of selected perspectives on adolescent development focusing on the implications these have for the teaching/learning process at the secondary level. Topics include selected theoretical positions and research relative to cognitive, meta-cognitive and personal/social development, educational outcomes, inclusive education, assessment for learning and teaching/learning strategies.

EDUC 5360
Curriculum Practices in Secondary Mathematics I

0.5 unit
A study of the junior and senior high school mathematics curricula with special emphasis on the appropriate methods of instruction, models and materials. Note: This course is required for students specializing in mathematics as a first or second teachable subject.

EDUC 5361
Curriculum Practices in Secondary Mathematics II

0.5 unit
This course is a continuation of EDUC 5360. It will provide the opportunity to study in greater depth topics and instructional considerations addressed in Part I and also to study additional topics relevant to secondary mathematics instruction. Note: This course is required for students specializing in mathematics as a first or second teachable subject.

EDUC 5370
Curriculum Practices in Secondary Science I

0.5 unit
A study of the junior and senior high school science curricula with special emphasis on appropriate methods of instruction, experiments, investigations and materials. Note: This course is required for students specializing in science as a first or second teachable subject.

EDUC 5371
Curriculum Practices in Secondary Science II

0.5 unit
This course is a continuation of EDUC 5370. It will provide the opportunity to study greater depth topics and instructional considerations addressed in Part I and also to study additional topics relevant to secondary science instruction. Note: This course is required for students specializing in science as a first or second teachable subject.

EDUC 5381
Curriculum Practices in Secondary Social Studies I

0.5 unit
This course examines the secondary social studies school curricula and methods of teaching the content of the curricula to junior and senior high school students. Note: This course is required for students specializing in social studies as a first or second teachable subject.

EDUC 5382
Curriculum Practices in Secondary Social Studies II

0.5 unit
This course is a continuation of EDUC 5381. It will provide the opportunity to study in greater depth topics and instructional considerations addressed in Part I and also to study additional topics relevant to secondary social studies instruction. Note: This course is required for students specializing in social studies as a first or second teachable subject.

EDUC 5383
Global Studies in Education

0.5 unit
This course provides a critical overview from a cross disciplinary perspective on the teaching of global studies as a distinct subject and across the curriculum and how a global studies perspective might affect broader school practice.

EDUC 5390
Professional Seminar and Practicum in Secondary Schools

1.0 unit
A series of seminars examining classroom and professional issues in contemporary teaching, including planning, classroom management, and communications. Students will use a variety of resources, techniques, and strategies designed to promote critical reflection on classroom practice. Includes practice teaching in Term One and in Term Two.

EDUC 5392
Principles and Practices in Secondary Education

0.5 unit
Prerequisite: EDUC 5390
A series of seminars, relating to teaching methodology and professional issues, which prepare students for work in their final practicum placement.

EDUC 5393
Field Experience in Secondary Education

1.5 units
Prerequisite: EDUC 5390 or equivalent (EDUC 5392 must be taken concurrently)
Ten to twelve week practice teaching and field supervision for students in Year II of the BEd (Secondary) programme, including participating in several plenary sessions at the University at the conclusion of the practice teaching experience. Note: Students who have received credit for EDUC 5391 may not take this course for credit.

EDUC 5394
ESL in the Secondary School

0.5 unit
An introduction to theories underlying and techniques of teaching English as a second language in junior and senior high schools. Emphasis will be placed on practical classroom problems and on programs currently in place in Canadian schools.

EDUC 5404
Critical Media Literacy

0.5 unit
A course in media literacy for teachers that examines what it means to be media literate through critical examinations of the major sources of mass media texts in society. The course seeks to make visible the ways in which media texts are coded and how they help to shape our cultural practices and conceptions of reality.

EDUC 5410
Creative Arts in the Classroom: General

 0.5 unit

NSCAD EDAR 5050/EDUC 5002
Visual Arts in the Classroom: Art

0.5 unit

EDUC 5412
Creative Arts in the Classroom: Children’s Literature

0.5 unit

EDUC 5413
Creative Arts in the Classroom: Creative Movement

0.5 unit

EDUC 5414
Creative Arts in the Classroom: Drama

0.5 unit

EDUC 5415
Creative Arts in the Classroom: Music

0.5 unit
These courses are designed to help prospective teachers promote child growth and development in the classroom through creative activities.

EDUC 5421
History of Canadian Education

0.5 unit
A general survey of the main currents in the history of Canadian educational thought and institutions.

EDUC 5423/PHIL 3373
Introductory Philosophy of Education

0.5 unit
This course examines the nature of philosophy of education and its relation to other areas of knowledge, analyses such crucial concepts as teaching, learning, discipline, curriculum, human rights, responsibility, equality, freedom, and considers the implications of these concepts for classroom practice.

EDUC 5424/PHIL 3374
Philosophical Foundations of Education

0.5 unit
This course focuses on the following topics: educational aims and objectives; the student as a person; the teaching-learning process; liberal, vocational and technical education. Special consideration will be given to such basic issues as human rights.

EDUC 5425
School and Society

0.5 unit
Prerequisite: SOAN 1502 and 1503, or permission of the instructor
A theoretical and empirical examination of the relationships between educational institutions and the other institutions in society. Topics normally covered will include the selection and allocation functions of education, the meaning and impact of IQ tests, ethnic and sex differences in educational attainment, and education and social change.

EDUC 5426
The School as a Social System

0.5 unit
Prerequisite: SOAN 1502 and 1503, or permission of the instructor
A theoretical and empirical examination of the social organization of the school. Topics that may be considered are socialization and learning, the formal organization of the school, the teacher and teaching, student social structure, teacher-student relationships, and the changing school.

EDUC 5427
Curriculum and Instruction in Religious Education

0.5 unit
A study of catechetical methodology with special emphasis on contemporary changes in educational theory and recent developments in theories of personal growth.

EDUC 5429
Health Education/Healthy Living

0.5 unit
An exploration of health issues covered in the elementary and secondary curricula in Nova Scotia schools. Students will assess their own health-related values, explore health-related concepts and skills, and design teaching strategies for health education and healthy living curricula.

EDUC 5431
Curriculum and Instruction in French for Elementary and/or Secondary Schools

1.0 unit
Designed to give students a strong basis of theory and technique, this course includes a survey of contemporary topics in linguistics and psychology relevant to language teaching and a study of the different approaches and methods. Emphasis on practical classroom problems. Activities center on programs currently used in Canadian schools.

EDUC 5432
Teaching French in the Elementary School

0.5 unit
Prerequisite: French as Second Language (FSL) students entering this course will have completed successfully a French proficiency test that is based on the international standards of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
An introduction to current theories, approaches and materials pertaining to teaching French at the elementary level, with emphasis on areas of special interest and concern for Nova Scotia teachers.

EDUC 5433
Special Methods of Teaching French in the Elementary Schools

0.5 unit
Prerequisites: EDUC 5431 or 5432 or permission of the Faculty of Education
This course is designed to allow students to pursue advanced study in French education at the elementary or secondary levels.

EDUC 5441
Curriculum and Instruction in Language Arts for the Elementary School

0.5 unit
An introductory course designed to familiarize students with the contents and methods of teaching the elementary language arts curriculum.

EDUC 5442
Teaching ESL in the Elementary School

0.5 unit
An introduction to theories underlying and techniques of teaching English as a second language in elementary schools. Emphasis will be placed on practical classroom problems and on programmes currently in place in Canadian schools.

EDUC 5443
Curriculum and Instruction in Elementary School Reading and Language Arts

1.0 unit
An introduction to the teaching of reading, writing, listening, and speaking in the elementary school. Course topics include: theories of reading and language development; approaches to language arts instruction; examination of language arts materials; assessment and evaluation in language Arts.

EDUC 5444
Advanced Curriculum and Instruction in Language Arts for the Elementary School

0.5 unit
Prerequisite: EDUC 5441
A continuation of EDUC 5441. Emphasis will be placed on the advanced study of elementary language arts curricula and methods of teaching ELA in elementary schools.

EDUC 5445
English as a Second Language I

0.5 unit
The sounds, forms, and sentence structure of English contrasted with various other languages. A survey of problems encountered by the teacher of English as a second language.

 

EDUC 5447
Special Topics in Reading Literacy

1.0 unit

EDUC 5448
Special Topics in Reading Literacy

0.5 unit

EDUC 5449
Special Topics in Reading Literacy

0.5 unit
These courses are designed to allow students to study in greater depth a topic in reading or literacy education that is treated more briefly in another course or a topic that is related to another course.

EDUC 5451
Introduction to Educational Measurement and Evaluation

0.5 unit
A practical course in educational measurement and evaluation. Primary emphasis is on the construction of classroom tests. Consideration is given to criteria for assessing evaluation devices, administration, scoring, and interpretation of scores in the elementary school and secondary school level.

EDUC 5452
Introduction to Learners with Exceptionalities

0.5 unit
A course designed to introduce education students to children and youth with exceptionalities, their characteristics and behaviour.

EDUC 5453
Education of Learners with Exceptionalities in the Inclusive Classroom

0.5 unit
An overview of school programming, methods, materials and resources for the education of children and youth with exceptionalities in the regular classroom.

EDUC 5454
Inclusive Education

0.5 unit
This course explores issues of race, ethnicity, gender, class, sexuality, and ability in schooling, as well as in the broader context of education. Its focus will be the construction of a curriculum and a pedagogy to meet the diverse needs of students.

EDUC 5461
Curriculum and Instruction in Mathematics for
the Elementary School Part I

0.5 unit
An introductory course designed to familiarize students with the content of the elementary mathematics program, appropriate teaching strategies, mathematical models and teaching aids.

EDUC 5462
Curriculum and Instruction in Mathematics for
the Elementary School Part II

0.5 unit
Prerequisite: EDUC 5461
This course is a continuation of EDUC 5461. It will provide the opportunity to study in greater depth topics addressed in Part I and also to study additional topics relevant to elementary mathematics education.

EDUC 5463
Diagnostic and Corrective Procedures in Mathematics

0.5 unit
A study of the elementary school mathematics program and methods of instruction. Emphasis will be placed on the development of mathematical concepts and on methods of diagnosis and remediation of difficulties encountered in the learning process.

EDUC 5471
Curriculum and Instruction in Science for the Elementary School Part I

0.5 unit
An examination of the elementary school science curriculum and methods of teaching the content of the curriculum to the elementary child.

EDUC 5472
Curriculum and Instruction in Elementary Science Part II

0.5 unit
Prerequisite: EDUC 5471
This course is a continuation of EDUC 5471. It will extend the examination of elementary school science curriculum and methods of teaching the content of the curriculum to the elementary school child.

EDUC 5481
Curriculum and Instruction in Social Studies for the Elementary School

0.5 unit
An examination of the elementary school social studies curriculum and methods of teaching the content of the curriculum to the elementary child.

EDUC 5490
Professional Seminar and Practicum in Elementary Schools

1.0 unit
In addition to a series of weekly seminars dealing with general teaching methods, this course includes a specified period of time spent in observation and student teaching. Students work with co-operating teachers in the schools and are supervised by members of the education faculty.

EDUC 5491
Principles and Practices Seminar in Elementary Education

0.5 unit
Prerequisite: EDUC 5490
Requires a series of seminars, both before and after the final practicum placement, which provide an opportunity to prepare for, then to summarize, integrate, and consolidate experiences arising from the final practicum placement.

EDUC 5492
Field Experience in Elementary Education

1.5 units
Extended student teaching blocks.

EDUC 5493
Special Topics in Second Language Education

0.5 unit

EDUC 5494
Special Topics in Second Language Education

0.5 unit
Prerequisite: Bachelor of Education or equivalent with a general course in second language teaching methods or permission of the Faculty of Education
These courses are designed to allow second language teachers to update their knowledge and techniques in specific areas of current interest and concern.

EDUC 5501
Special Topics in Elementary Education: Psychological Perspectives

0.5 unit

EDUC 5502
Special Topics in Elementary Education: Foundations of Education

0.5 unit

EDUC 5503
Special Topics in Elementary Education: Curriculum and Instruction

0.5 unit

EDUC 5504
Special Topics in Elementary Education: Practice Teaching

0.5 unit

EDUC 5505
Special Topics in Elementary Education: Professional Option

0.5 unit

EDUC 5506
Special Topics in Elementary Education: Literacy Education

0.5 unit

EDUC 5507
Special Topics in Elementary Education: Technology Education

0.5 unit

EDUC 5508
Special Topics in Elementary Education: Diversity and Culture

0.5 unit

EDUC 5509
Special Topics in Elementary Education

0.5 unit
Prerequisites: permission of the Faculty of Education
A course designed to meet the particular needs of students. The need would be established at registration and provision for the special study in education would be made by the program Coordinator in consultation with the faculty member teaching the course. 1.0 unit may be acquired toward a degree.

EDUC 5551
Directed Study in Elementary Education 

0.5 unit

EDUC 5552
Directed Study in Elementary Education

0.5 unit

EDUC 5553
Directed Study in Elementary Education

1.0 unit
These courses are designed to meet the special needs of individual students. The student must make arrangements with the Faculty of Education prior to registration.

EDUC 5601
Special Studies in Secondary Education: Psychological Perspectives

0.5 unit

EDUC 5602 Special Studies in Secondary Education: Foundations of Education

0.5 unit

EDUC 5603
Special Studies in Secondary Education: Curriculum and Instruction

0.5 unit

EDUC 5604
Special Studies in Secondary Education: Practice Teaching

0.5 unit

EDUC 5605
Special Studies in Secondary Education: Professional Option

0.5 unit

EDUC 5606
Special Studies in Secondary Education: Literacy Education

0.5 unit

EDUC 5607
Special Studies in Secondary Education: Technology Education

0.5 unit

EDUC 5608
Special Studies in Secondary Education: Diversity and Culture

0.5 unit

EDUC 5609
Special Studies in Secondary Education

0.5 unit
Prerequisites: permission of the Faculty of Education
A course designed to meet the particular needs of students. The need would be established at registration and provision for the special study in education would be made by the program Coordinator in consultation with the faculty member teaching the course. 1.0 unit may be acquired toward a degree.

EDUC 5651
Directed Study in Secondary Education

0.5 unit

EDUC 5652
Directed Study in Secondary Education

0.5 unit

EDUC 5653
Directed Study in Secondary Education

0.5 unit
These courses are designed to meet the special needs of individual education students. The student must make arrangements with the Faculty of Education prior to registration.


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