Syllabus.2010 - LEAD and SERVE constitute the conceptual...

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LEAD and SERVE constitute the conceptual framework for all programs for professional educators in the College of Education at NC State. They are the touchstones that assure that our students graduate with the following: LEAD : four forms of knowledge; general pedagogy, content-specific pedagogical strategies, content or discipline knowledge as well as knowledge of the context of education, including foundations, historical perspectives and school settings SERVE : elements that show the range of skills and dispositions developed in our candidates; scholarly, ethical, reflective, valuing diversity and experienced in practical application of knowledge. Course Information Course Prefix and Title : ED 310 - Tutoring Adolescents Course Catalog Description : Developing skills in tutoring adolescent students. Emphases include identifying adolescent learning difficulties, using a variety of tutoring methods and a tutorial self- evaluation process. Requires off-campus field work. Number of Credits : 1 Course prerequisites/Co-requisites : ECI 205 or EOE 207 or EMS 203 or AEE 206) (EMS 203 may be taken concurrently) Meeting times and class locations: SPRING, 2010 Section 001: Tuesday, 10:15-11:30     Poe 224 Section 002: Thursday, 10:15-11:30   Poe 224 Section 003:  Thursday, 11:45-1:00   Poe 224 Instructor information: Jane C. Brocious, MEd, Curriculum and Instruction (English Education),Adjunct Lecturer [email protected] Office: 505 F Poe Hall (for academic advising)  Phone:   515.0597 (O) Office hours in 505 F: Tuesday, 12:00 – 2:00; Wednesday, 12:00 – 2:00, Thursday, 1:00 – 2:00 MOODLE site:   http://moodle.wolfware.ncsu.edu   You are REQUIRED to check MOODLE AT LEAST                DAILY for important announcements, materials, and explanations/elaborations/FAQs, etc. Required Course Materials :  You will need to procure (either borrow, check out, or purchase) a PORTABLE recording device.  Be  SURE that the recording device can be brought to class and that the recordings can be CLEARLY heard by a small group of 3 or 4 in a larger  setting (such as the classroom, the hallway, or the lobby).  All other materials provided by instructor. There is NO required text. Course Objectives: This course will help in developing your skills in tutoring pupils needing individual assistance.  You will be assigned to tutor pupils who have  been identified by teachers and/or counselors as needing special attention.   Tutoring will begin the week of February 1
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(pending background clearance) and continue for approximately twelve weeks.  All tutoring must be completed  by May 13 to  receive full credit.  ED 310 (1hr) addresses: o Tutors building new relationships in a one-on-one environment with an adolescent ( INTASC: 5-Learning Environment, 6-Communication;  NCDPI: C.6, D.4, T.2;  LEADSERVE : 4, 6, 9) o
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