SAU Syllabus Template Fall 2013 EDU 205

SAU Syllabus Template Fall 2013 EDU 205 - Fall 2013 C OURSE...

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Fall 2013 C OURSE I NFORMATION F ACULTY I NFORMATION C OURSE P REFIX AND N UMBER : EDU 205 F ACULTY N AME : R ENEE M . D . SWAIN , RSWAIN @ ST - AUG . EDU C OURSE N AME : Parallel Internship I F ACULTY O FFICE L OCATION : BOYER 200- B C LASS L OCATION : TBD F ACULTY O FFICE P HONE : 919-516-4097 C LASS D AYS AND T IME : TBD F ACULTY O FFICE H OURS : Monday 12:00-1:00 Tuesday 12:00-2:00 Wednesday 12:00-2:00 Thursday 12:00-2:00 Friday 12:00-3:00 P REREQUISITES : There are no prerequisites for this course R EQUIRED T EXTBOOK AND S UPPLIES : No text is required R ECOMMENDED T EXTS , W EB S ITES AND R EADING : Register with the Saint Augustine’s University Belk Professional Development Center (Goold Hall T HIS COURSE IS : W RITING R ICH : YES S PEAKING R ICH : YES R ESEARCH I NTENSIVE : NO C OURSE D ESCRIPTION : Designed for Field-Site Learning. This course consists of 90 hours in an approved on campus setting. It will provide the student with an opportunity to “Practice” on campus and under supervision the competencies acquired in the academic course. C OURSE O UTLINE : A. . Introduction B. Requirements C. Parallel Internship Agencies D. Dress code/ meetings E. Required Hours F. Portfolio M ETHODS OF I NSTRUCTION : Group discussions, internship updates, and other assignments will be used in the presentation of the course content. S ERVICE L EARNING : 1 Fall 2013
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N/A M ISSION S TATEMENT : Saint Augustine’s University provides a healthy learning environment where students are prepared to excel academically, socially, and spiritually in order to be equipped for leadership roles in a complex, diverse, and dynamically changing world. The University is committed to offering rigorous academic programs and research opportunities at the undergraduate and graduate levels to achieve its core values . Saint Augustine’s University is a four-year liberal arts institution preparing students for leadership roles in a complex, diverse, and rapidly changing world. Students, faculty, administration, and staff participate cooperatively in the overall teaching-learning process. Students participate through their desire for knowledge, readiness to acquire fundamental and analytical skills, and in their potential to adapt to the demands of accelerated global change. The faculty facilitates by teaching and advising students, conducting research, and engaging in other professional development activities. The administration and staff generate and manage resources to support faculty and students. The coordination of all these resources relies upon a consistent and orderly approach to planning and assessment of institutional effectiveness. Institutional research provides data necessary to assess and improve effectiveness in student learning, faculty development, and resource management. To these ends, Saint Augustine’s University is committed to achieving the following goals: I NSTITUTIONAL M ISSION G OALS 1. Recruiting, retaining, educating, and graduating students whose academic preparation has occurred in a diversity of economic, social, and cultural contexts; 2.
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