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ED 0100   ED 0300 Reading Review    
ED 0200   BASE Reading Skills    
ED 0300   Reading Skills    
ED 2303   Trends in Education    
ED 3300   Principles of Education    
ED 3301   Curr & Instr Classroom Teacher    
ED 3302   Developmental & Learning Thry    
ED 3303   Meth & Mat Classroom Teacher    
ED 3307   Technology in Instruct Setting    
ED 3308   Lang Acqui & Emergent Literacy    
ED 3309   Early Childhood:Young Child    
ED 3312   Fine Arts in the Clsrm   Course is designed to introduce students to the principles of art, music, and theatre that can be related to the expressive and developmental needs of children in the Early Childhood-Sixth grade classroom. Students will learn basic techniques, activities, and strategies for integrating art, music, and theatre into the EC-6 curriculum.  
ED 3314   Language Arts/Social Stu Meth    
ED 4306   Survey of Exceptional Children    
ED 4308   The Teaching of Reading    
ED 4313   Reading Comp & Enrichment    
ED 4314   Read Skills for Content Sub    
ED 4315   Rdng Diagnosis & Remediation    
ED 4322   Classroom Management    
ED 4601   Stu Tch in the Elem School    
ED 4602   Stu Teach in the Middle School    
ED 4603   Stu Tch:All Level Certificate    
ED 4605   Stu Tch in Secondary School    
ED 5300   Internship in Teaching I    
ED 5301   Internship in Teaching II    
ED 5302   The Principalship    
ED 5305   Technology in the Educ Setting    
ED 5306   Asses of Indvid Intelligence    
ED 5306   Assesmt of Indvd Intelligence    
ED 5307   Graduate Research    
ED 5308   Foundations of Literacy    
ED 5310   Organ & Struct of Pbl Sch Curr    
ED 5312   Adv Srvy Exceptional Children    
ED 5313   Career Dev & Life Planning    
ED 5314   Personality & Counseling Thry    
ED 5315   Assessment in Counseling    
ED 5316   Diversity in Public Education    
ED 5317   Hist, Phil, & Trends of Educ   This course is a survey of the historical, philosophical and contemporary landscape of schools in the United States. Emphasis is placed on enduring debates about the purposes of education in a democratic society.  
ED 5319   School Law    
ED 5320   Adv Meth for Except Chld    
ED 5321   Found of Special Ed Law    
ED 5322   Behavior Management    
ED 5323   Appraisal of Educ Disabilities    
ED 5325   Adv Educational Remediation    
ED 5330   Intro to School Admin    
ED 5332   Educational Research I   A course designed to broaden the perspectives of education graduate students and to introduce them to the techniques of educational research that promote data-driven decision-making on their campuses. Must be completed in first 6 sch.  
ED 5333   Educational Research II   An advanced course designed for education graduate students to apply the techniques of educational research that promote data-driven decision-making on their campuses by completing a statistically-sound, data-driven educational research project on an identified need of their school campus related to student achievement. Prerequisites: ED 5330 and ED 5332.  
ED 5360   Prof Roles & Responsibilities    
ED 5361   Teaching Diverse Learners    
ED 5627   Clinical Teach in the PB Prog    
ED 6304   Organization & Theory in Admin    
ED 6308   Adv Human Grwth & Dev    
ED 6311   Emergent Literacy & Lang Dev    
ED 6312   Curricul Instruc & Assess   A course which introduces education graduate students to public school curriculum and its adoption process in Texas; Instruction and how to improve it to positively impact student achievement; and assessment and how to measure student success. Students will be introduced to the topics, among others, of the change process, horizontal and vertical alignment, scope and sequence, and rigor. Prerequisites: ED 5330, ED 5332, ED 5333, ED 7304  
ED 6313   Tchng Reading in Content Area    
ED 6314   Diag & Corr of Rdng Disab    
ED 6315   Instructional Leadership   A course which examines the improvement process of curriculum, instruction and assessment to positively impact student achievement. Students will create a campus improvement plan to address an identified problem on their campus. If a student is seeking Certification, this course must be taken with ED 7102. Prerequisite: ED 5330, ED 5308, ED 5309, ED 7304, ED 6304, and ED 6320.  
ED 6317   Org/Sup of Reading Programs    
ED 6318   Literacy Through Literature    
ED 6320   School Support Services    
ED 6341   Psychopathology    
ED 6342   Addictive Disorders    
ED 6344   Coun in Multicultural Society    
ED 6345   Family Counseling    
ED 6346   Ethical & Legal Issues in Coun    
ED 6347   Intro to Play Therapy    
ED 6375   Found of Ed Technology   This course provides the students with an overview of the historical, theoretical, and philosophical foundations of educational technology. Current trends and research, emerging technology, and critical issues will be examined and the student will have the opportunity to apply newly acquired technological knowledge and skills to a variety of educational environments. Prerequisites: must be completed in first 6 sch of coursework  
ED 6376   Inq-Based Resrch Methods   This course will examine methods and approaches to graduate level research, including qualitative, quantitative, and mixed-method inquiry. Special attention will be given to inquiry-based approaches and social constructivist learning theories, as well as the ethical research of human subjects. Prerequisites: must be completed within first 12 sch  
ED 6377   Instruction Design   This course will provide students with insight into the theories and process that guide effective instructional design. A systems-approach to designing instruction will be examined, along with methods to evaluate instructional methods.  
ED 6378   Integ of Tech into Curr   This course will examine the advantages and challenges of effectively integrating technology into the curriculum in an effort to promote student motivation, engagement, and learning. Technologies assisting school personnel in assessment, evaluation, record-keeping, and data collection will be examined as well.  
ED 6379   Implem of Ed Tech in Educ   Students in this course will examine best-practices for the implementation of educational technology programs in the educational environment through the development of specific goals and a strategic plan. Although educational settings will be emphasized, strategies can be applied to a variety of settings and occupations.  
ED 6380   Digital Assessment of Learning   This special topics course provides the student with an opportunity to examine the role of educational technology in a variety of settings, through a case-study type approach. Emphasis will be placed on project/problem-based learning and critical analysis. Prerequisite: Advisor Approval  
ED 6380   Spec Topics in Ed Tech   This special topics course provides the student with an opportunity to examine the role of educational technology in a variety of settings, through a case-study type approach. Emphasis will be placed on project/problem-based learning and critical analysis. Prerequisite: Advisor Approval  
ED 6381   Critical Issue in Ed Tech   Students will examine their role as the agent of change and how that role affects and influences the diffusion of technology and the delivery of its services. Probable sociological, financial, and educational implications of the application of change will be examined, as well as approaches to reduce the occurrence of undesirable consequences.  
ED 6382   Basic Appl Media & Tech   This course will identify available technologies used to enhance instructional design and delivery. Concentration will be placed on the utilization of multimedia, print materials, audiovisual, computer and web-based technologies, and media conversion for educational and instructional purposes.  
ED 6383   Ed Tech Capstone   This course is reserved for students enrolled in the final semester of the Educational Technology graduate program. Students will utilize an electronic portfolio to present an approved topic of research and/or review of program for peer and faculty committee presentation. Prerequisite: Advisor Approval  
ED 7100   Practicum I-Certification   course required for certification which provides a minimum of 50 clock hours of field experience in the principalship in a T.E.A. accredited public, private, or parochial school. Students will create and implement a collaborative team to study a problem relating to student achievement on their campus. Students will serve in a leadership role as part of this committee. Students will prepare a report that details the change process and a video of themselves conducting one of this committee?s meetings. This course must be taken with ED 7304. Prerequisites: ED 5330 and ED 5332. Internship/Practicum fee: $300  
ED 7101   Practicum II-Certifcation   A Course required for certification which provides a minimum of 50 clock hours of field experience in the principalship in a T.E.A. accredited public, private, or parochial school. Students will create and implement a professional development plan to address a problem relating to student achievement on their campus. Students will serve in a leadership role in conducting the professional development and in the change process. Students will create a plan that highlights the professional development, its implementation and monitoring and report on its success. This course must be taken with ED 6320. Prerequisites: ED 5330, ED 5332, ED 5333, ED 7304, ED 6312. Internship/Practicum fee: $300  
ED 7102   Practicum III-Certification   A course required for certification which provides a minimum of 60 clock hours of field experience in the principalship in a T.E.A. accredited public, private, or parochial school. Students will create and implement a campus improvement plan and work with the CIP Committee to address a problem relating to student achievement on their campus. Students will serve in a leadership role in the entire change process including creating the plan, and implementing and monitoring it. This course must be taken with ED 6315. Prerequisites: ED 5330, ED 5332, ED 5333, ED 7304, ED 6312. Internship/Practicum fee: $300  
ED 7300   Adv App of Media & Tech   This course explores the uses of multimedia in the classroom and extends the teachersskill base in the development of advanced multimedia examples to support and enhance the curricula. Throughout the course, students will gain experience in still and motion digital editing, audio and animation production. Prerequisite: ED 5320 and ED 6307  
ED 7301   Clinical Prac in Counseling    
ED 7302   Mgt Guid Coun & HS Prog    
ED 7303   Techniques of Counseling    
ED 7304   Ed Leadership-Principals   A critical examination of the theory and practice of leadership. The behaviors, skills, attributes, beliefs, and attitudes for leadership will be researched and investigated. Special attention will be placed on the change process to improve campuses and the development of professional learning communities. Students will develop a plan to create a PLC or Leadership Committee to study a problem on their campus identified by data. Must be taken with ED 5333. If student is seeking certification, this course must be taken with ED 7100.  
ED 7306   Superintendent Leadership   This course will provide a comprehensive overview of the leadership aspects of the school superintendency. This would include dealing with the board, the public, the school community and all stakeholders within the district and how to view the big picture of being the CEO of a school district, including keeping all entities fully informed on a continuing basis, long range planning on all levels, leading and managing campus-based planning committees and district- planning committees, curriculum development and management, and all else pertaining to school district leadership. Prerequisite: Full admission to the Superintendent Certification Program  
ED 7308   The Superintendency   This course is an introduction to school superintendency which would provide a broad overview of what a practicing superintendent is required to do so as well as the legal implications of the position. Addition ally, the expectations of the Sul Ross State University Superintendency Certification program of study would be clearly delineated. Additionally, 75 clock hours of internship with a practicing superintendent in which the students will be exposed to the daily routine of the superintendent will be required. Prerequisite: Full admission to the Superintendent Certification Program  
ED 7309   Special Pops & Programs   A study of the needs of multicultural and special student populations and the state and federal programs that currently serve them in public schools.  
ED 7311   Superintendent Internship    
ED 7312   Practicum in Reading    
ED 7313   Practicum/non-cert   A course which provides reality experiences in the principalship in a T.E.A. accredited public, private, or parochial school; students spend a minimum of 160 clock hours working with a principal and/or assistant principal in the conduction of everyday administrative duties. Prerequisite: Approval of advisor and completion of a minimum of 24-27 semester hours of principal preparation coursework. Must be taken in last semester. Advisor Approval Required. Internship/Practicum fee: $300  
ED 7315   Group Process in Guid & Couns    
ED 7316   Practicum in Counseling    
ED 7316   Practicum in Counseling   A course that provides reality field experiences in guidance and counseling in an appropriate school or agency setting; students spend a minimum of 160 clock hours under supervision in the conduction of counseling and guidance activities. May be taken twice, with permission of advisor. Prerequisite: Approval of advisor and completion of a minimum of 27-30 semester hours of counseling coursework.  
ED 7317   Internship in Counseling   A course that provides field supervision and high-quality professional development throughout the entire term of the internship, including all extension of the initial term. Required for and restricted to probationary certification candidates seeking to satisfy the school counseling requirements by working full time as a school counselor of record in an accredited school, under supervision of the appointed counseling program University faculty. Prerequisite: Must be accepted in the school counseling probationary certification program and advisor approval. May be taken repeatedly.  
ED 7318   Practicum in Special Education    
ED 7320   Issues & Ethics in Coun    
ED 7321   Supt/Sch Bd Relations   This course would provide a comprehensive view of the legal ramifications a practicing superintendent faces both on a daily basis and long range and would specifically focus on how this affects the working relationship with the Board of Trustees. This would include dealing with the Board of Trustees on/with the following: policy matters, working with human resources, learning to keep abreast of impending and new enacted legislation and working with the board and school community to develop long range predictions as to how possible future legislation and proposed legislation will affect the school community. Prerequisite: Full admission to the Superintendent Certification Program  
ED 7322   Supt Finances Issues   This course would provide a comprehensive view of all things financial with which the practicing school superintendent must deal on both a daily basis and as an aspect of long range planning, including budgeting, fiscal growth, facilities planning and the politics of each aspect of finance. Prerequisite: Full admission to the Superintendent Certification Program  
ED 7323   Emotional Intelligence    
ED WKSH   Ed Leadership Cert Workshop    
ED WKSH   Test Prep Workshop