Education - Spring 2014  

Tift College of Education Atlanta Campus

Graduate Teacher Education Program

Spring 2014 Schedule

January 6- April 25th

Exam week April 28th – May 2nd

Spring Break

 March 3rd – 7th

Course

Title

Day

Time

Professor

Rooms

EDUC698.A01

Research Project in Education

M

5-8

Gyagenda

BE 004

EMAT526.A01

Foundations of Education

M

5-8

Duggins

BE 003

EMAT622.A01

Curriculum & Instruction: MGE

M

5-8

Collins

BE 113

EMAT623.A01

Curriculum & Instruction: SEC 

M

5-8

Collins

BE 113

EMAT635.A01

ECE Language and Literacy II

M

5-8

West

BE 140

EMAT671.A01

Teaching of Science/Health: ECE

M

5-8

Bohannon

 

BE 115

EDSC612.A02

Life Science for Middle and Secondary Teachers

T

5-8

Bohannon

 

BE115

EDSS 611.A02

GA History

T

5-8

Collins

BE 113

EDUC625.A02

Culturally Responsive Pedagogy

T

5-8

Gyagenda

BE 004

EDUC654.A22

Children's Literature

T

5-8

West

 

EDUC654.A02

Children’s Literature

T

5-8

Paille

BE 112

EDUC662.A02

Clinical Practicum in Reading

T

5-8

Culpepper

BE 141

EMAT605.A02

Plan/Org Instruction  in ECE

T

5-8

Bush

BE 003

EMAT683.A02

Teaching Exceptional Learners

T

5-8

Saulson

Nur 314

EMAT 689.A02

Educational Assessment and Research

T

5-8

Hall

BE 140

EDMT 621.A03

Algebra for MGE/SEC

W

5-8

Hall

BE 003

EDUC 603.A03

School Philosophy and Teacher Leadership

W

5-8

Duggins

BE 140

EDUC688.A03

Content Area Literacy

W

5-8

Culpepper

BE 141

EMAT606.A03

Planning/Org Instruction: MGE

W

5-8

Collins

BE 113

EMAT 607.A03

Planning/Org Instruction: SEC

W

5-8

Bush

BE 004

EMAT 619.A04

Child Development & Learning

R

5-8

Ross

BE 002

EMAT621.A03

Curriculum & Instruction: ECE

W

5-8

Carr

BE 005

EMAT626.A03

Creative Teaching & Learning

W

5-8

rosenstein

BE115

 

 

EMAT634.A04

ECE Language and Literacy I

R

5-8

Paille

BE112

 

EMAT683.A03

Teaching Exceptional Learners

W

5-8

Saulson

NUR 314

EDSS699.A04

Special Topics in Social Studies - Historical, Social and Economic Controversies in American History

R

5-8

Duggins

THE126

EDUC651.A04

Contemporary Curriculum Practice: ECE

R

5-8

Carr

BE 005

EDUC652.A04

Contemporary Curriculum Practice: MGE

R

5-8

Carr

  BE 005

EDUC653.A04

Contemporary Curriculum Practice: SEC

R

5-8

Carr

  BE 005

EMAT 642.A04

Content Reading: MG/SEC

R

5-8

Culpepper

BE 141

EMAT665.A04

Teaching Math ECE

R

5-8

Hall

 BE 003

EMAT681.A04

Social Studies in a Multicultural World: ECE

R

5-8

Bush

 BE 140

EMAT 689.A04

 

Educational Assessment and Research

R

5-8

Saulson

NUR 314

EMAT620.A06

Adol. Development & Learning

S

9-12

Ross

BE 112

 

                                            

                                                                           PhD Courses

EDCI 812.A01

Qualitative Research Methodology

M

5-8

Swanson               

BE 012

EDCI 841.A02

Curriculum Evaluation and Design

T

5-8

Scott-Simmons

BE012

EDCI 873.A02

Seminar on Curricular and Instructional Leadership

T

5-8

Carr

BE005

EDCI  815.A03

History of Curriculum

W

5-8

Scott-Simmons

BE012

EDCI  851.A44

Advanced Research Design

R

5-8

Randolph

 

EDCI  851.A04

Advanced Research Design

R

5-8

West

 

BE012

EDCI  815.A44

History of Curriculum

R

5-8

Randolph

 

EDCI  837.A06

Doctoral Seminar Three

S

TBA

Swanson

 

 

EDCI  875.A06      

Doctoral Seminar Six

S

TBA

Swanson

 

 

EDCI 881.A06

Independent Study and Research

S

TBA

Paille

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ed.S. Teacher Leadership

EDUC720 online

Advanced Curriculum & Instruction

Sliger

 

EDUC722 online

Leadership in Professional Development

Sliger

 

EDUC726 online

Residency II

Sliger

 

 

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