2008-2009 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
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2008-2009 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived]

Senior High-Junior High/Middle School Education


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The student who desires to teach in a junior high, middle, or senior high school must complete the pattern outlined in the right column which leads toward a baccalaureate degree and an Initial Practitioner License for middle school/junior high and high schools. This qualifies the holder to teach in any Indiana public school at the developmental level and in the subject field for which the license is endorsed.

Middle School/Junior High and Senior High School Developmental Teaching Areas:


The student must select one of the majors from the following table. A minimum grade point average of 2.5 is required for all course work applicable to each major as well as to any specialization within the licensure area(s).

The middle school/junior high and senior high school approved licensure areas of study at ISU in various departments of the University are indicated in the chart which follows. Detailed descriptions of each are in the departmental sections. Coverage is for teaching in middle school/junior high and senior high schools, in Indiana, unless extended coverage is indicated.

Approved Licensure Areas at Indiana State University:


There are five school settings for licensure:

  1. Early Childhood
  2. Elementary: Primary
  3. Elementary: Intermediate
  4. Middle School/Junior High
  5. High School
School Settings
  1 2 3 4 5
Instructional Licenses:          
  Business Education (General)       X X
  Career/Technical Education:          
     Family and Consumer Science       X X
     Vocational-Trade-Industrial-Technical       X X
  Computer Education       X X
  Driver/Traffic Safety       X X
  Foreign Language       X X
  Health       X X
  Language Arts       X X
  Mathematics       X X
  Science:          
     Life Sciences       X X
     Physical Sciences       X X
     Earth/Space Sciences       X X
     Chemistry       X X
     Physics       X X
  Social Studies       X X
  Technology Education       X X
  Interdisciplinary Cooperative Education       X X

General Education (47 semester hours):


See description of General Education. Note that students on a teaching curriculum must complete Educational Psychology 202, which may apply to General Education.

Multicultural Education:


All students on teaching curricula must complete an approved multicultural education course. The approved course in teacher education is listed below (General Education category is noted as well).

Professional Education (30-32 semester hours):


A grade of C or better is required in each course as well as a minimum grade point average of 2.5 in all course work applicable to this area.

The following courses are to be completed in sequential semesters:


 Educational Psychology 202; Curriculum, Instruction, and Media Technology 301 blocked with Curriculum, Instruction, and Media Technology 302; Curriculum, Instruction, and Media Technology 400 blocked with Curriculum, Instruction, and Media Technology 400L; Curriculum, Instruction, and Media Technology 401 and Curriculum, Instruction, and Media Technology 402 or approved equivalent. Students must complete the courses in each semester with a C or better before enrolling in courses in the next semester. Admission to Becoming a Complete Professional (BCP) I is needed prior to registration in Curriculum, Instruction, and Media Technology 301 and Curriculum, Instruction, and Media Technology 302. Major methods courses are taken as required or recommended by the major department, major methods classes but must be completed prior to Curriculum, Instruction, and Media Technology 401. Special Education 226 should be completed prior to or concurrently with the courses Curriculum, Instruction, and Media Technology 301 and Curriculum, Instruction, and Media Technology 302.

or


Choose one of the following respective to the major:

 

Note:


Please refer to the department/content major for specific methods courses.

(CIMT) Tentative Course Scheduling 2008-2009:


Fall: 272, 301, 302, 400, 400L, 401, 402, 410M, 475

Spring: 272, 301, 302, 368, 400, 400L, 401, 402, 475

Summer: 272, 475

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