7 Students desiring the cooperative career and technical vocational education

7 students desiring the cooperative career and

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7. Students desiring the cooperative career and technical vocational education endorsement are required to com- plete BTE 380 and 382 and have 2,000 hours of non- teaching work experience in the business area. Business Teacher Education Programs (BTE) Degrees Offered: B.A., B.S., B.S. in Ed. MAJOR IN BUSINESS TEACHER EDUCATION Business Teacher Education includes: (1) a study of the concepts and properties in modern business environments, including accounting, business law, information processing, telecommunications, quantitative analysis, management, marketing and finance; (2) the development of cognitive, psychomotor, and affective skills in the content areas (listed above in 1) related to the use of tools, materials, processes, recourses, technologies, principles, and products as well as their impact on society; and (3) the professional competen- cies of planning, implementing and evaluating instruction. The program is based upon Illinois State University’s institu- tional standards as reflected in the conceptual framework for Teacher Education. Furthermore the BTE program embraces the Illinois State University conceptual framework by addressing standards developed by the ISBE (Illinois Profes- sional Teaching Standards, Illinois Business, Marketing, and Computer Education Content Standards, Illinois Core Lan- guage Arts Standards, Illinois Core Special Education Stan- dards for all teachers and Core Technology Standards for all teachers). These standards were established by the agencies and professional organizations listed above. The BTE program, through the following require- ments, is part of the entitlement program leading to the type 10 certificate, K-12 Specialist in Business Education. Initial employment opportunities include elementary, mid- dle level and junior high level business and computer instruction/technology coordination; high school business, marketing and computer teacher/coordinator; school/dis- trict computer teacher; community college/technical col- lege instructor; and business/industry trainer/instructor. Student Teaching comprises a full semester experi- ence with approximately 6 weeks in an elementary and/or middle level setting (5 semester hours) and approximately 10 weeks in a secondary level setting (7 semester hours). Prior to student teaching students complete at least 100 pre-clinical hours of field experi- ence with a minimum of 30 in elementary/middle level and 70 in secondary settings. See, also, University-Wide Teacher Education program requirements and Profes- sional Studies Admission sections of this Undergraduate Catalog for further requirements. Required courses: 125 total semester hours required: Professional Education (26 hours): C&I 212, 214, 216; EAF 228 or 231 or 235; Student Teaching. Courses outside of major (44 hours) required: COM 110; ECO 105; ENG 101; MAT 120 or 144; PSY 110; Inner Core: Natural Science (6 hours); Middle Core: Language in the Humanities, U.S. Traditions, Individu- als and Civic Life; Outer Core: Humanities, Science/Math/Technology, Fine Arts, Social Science.
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