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Middle Childhood to Early Adolescence

These are the course and credit requirements for a Middle Childhood to Early Adolescence. View the  Middle Childhood to Early Adolescence  on the UW-Green Bay Catalog.
Middle Childhood to Early Adolescence
Supporting Courses20
EDUC 203
Environmental Education in K-12 Schools
EDUC 206
Cultural Images in Materials for Children and Adolescents
EDUC 281
Conceptual Foundations of Elementary Mathematics I
EDUC 282
Conceptual Foundations of Elementary Mathematics II
EDUC 290
Introduction to Educational Inquiry
EDUC 291
Educational Inquiry Field Practicum
Choose one of the Following:
EDUC 208
Concepts, Issues, and Field Experience in Education
DJS 200
Mentoring for Equity and Inclusion
FNS 211
Mentoring First Nations Youth
Upper-Level Courses30
EDUC 302
Teaching Social Studies in Elementary and Middle Schools
EDUC 307
Teaching Reading in the Elementary and Middle Schools
EDUC 309
Teaching Language Arts in the Elementary and Middle Schools
EDUC 324
Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary and Middle Schools
EDUC 325
Teaching Science in the Elementary and Middle Schools
EDUC 326
Music, Movement and Core Arts Pedagogy
EDUC 340
Supporting Learning and Behavior in the Classroom
EDUC 361
Introduction to the Art and Science of Teaching
EDUC 421
Literacy and Language Development in Young Children
EDUC 452
Principles of Middle Level Education
Total Credits50

Students planning to pursue a teaching license should contact the Education department for additional requirements.