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Version 11.1POS-500U.S. and Arizona Constitutions for Teacher CandidatesCourse Syllabus
pageof118Credit Hours3.0Duration42 DaysTypeCredit BasedCourse CodePOS-500 v:11.1U.S. and Arizona Constitutions for Teacher CandidatesCourse DescriptionCandidates examine the United States Constitution, and the constitution of the State of Arizona. From this foundationalreview, candidates will explore application of the United States Constitution and the constitution of the State of Arizona ineducational contexts. Practicum/field experience hours: 3. Fingerprint clearance not required.Pre-RequisitesNoneCo-RequisitesNonePOS-500Course MaterialsCUnderstanding the Arizona ConstitutionDescription:McClory, T. (2010).(2nd ed.). Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press.Understanding the Arizona constitutionISBN-13: 9780816529445Understanding the Arizona Constitution: 2012 SupplementDescription:McClory, T. & McClory, T. (2013).(2nd ed.). Tucson, AZ:Understanding the Arizona constitution: 2012 supplementUniversity of Arizona Press.Constitution of the United States
pageof2181.Description:Constitution of the State of ArizonaDescription:Clinical Field Experience Handbook Initial Licensure ProgramsDescription:Read the "Clinical Field Experience Handbook Initial Licensure Programs," located in the Student Success Center.Clinical Field Experience Verification FormDescription:Document the locations and hours you spend in the field on your Clinical Field Experience Verification Form.The Clinical Field Experience Verification Form can be found in the student portal. Complete the student portion of theelectronic document and submit by the end of the course by clicking “click to sign.” An email will be sent to your emailaddress on file, along with the final completed document. Save a copy for your records, and submit to the LMS by theend of the course. Additional information about this process can be found on the Student Success Center.Submit the Clinical Field Experience Verification Form to the LMS in the last topic. Directions for submitting can befound on the College of Education site in the Student Success Center.Topic 1: United States Constitution and Underlying PrinciplesTDescriptionObjectives:Describe the core tenets of the U.S. Constitution and the relation to various educational initiatives.Study MaterialsSOriginal Intent or Evolving Constitution? Two Competing Views on InterpretationDescription:Read “Original Intent or Evolving Constitution? Two Competing Views on Interpretation,” by Perry, fromInsights on(2004).Law & SocietyMan, Morality, and the United States ConstitutionDescription:Read “Man, Morality, and the United States Constitution,” by Lambright, from theUniversity of Pennsylvania Journal(2015).of Constitutional Law
pageof318Sovereign Power in a Federal GovernmentDescription:Watch “Sovereign Power in a Federal Government,” from Films On Demand.The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)Description:Read “The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA),” by Darrow, from(2016).General Music Today

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