Students are introduced to teaching as they spend 60 hours in a middle childhood classroom under supervision.
Students will develop an understanding of the diversity of the student as well as organizational structures that support a student-centered curriculum in middle school settings.
Students critically examine truth from an educator’s perspective, including questions of depth in education from multiple perspectives. Students also discuss classroom diversity and culture, collaboration among multiple stakeholders, and schooling as seen through the eyes of learners.
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