This path prepares graduates to be classroom Biology teachers and special education teachers with an extension in Biology.
Applicants must have an earned degree in biology (or a related field, for example, biological sciences), with a minimum of 30 credits in biology coursework. This content must include study in the following areas: anatomy, physiology, ecology, behavior, evolution, genetics, cell biology, microbiology, diversity, growth and human biology.
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- Adolescence Education Portfolio (CTGE0790)
- *Assessment of All Learners with Disabilities Disabilities (CTGE5170)
- *Behavior Interventions and Effective Classroom Management (CTGE5167)
- *Collaboration and Co-Teaching in Classroom/Learning Environments (CTGE5166)
- Historical, Philosophical, and Multicultural Foundations of American Education (UEGE5102)
- Literacy and Learning Across the Curriculum (CTGE5547)
- *Special Education Foundations: Past, Present, Future (CTGE5155)
- *Teaching English Language Arts and History in Inclusive Adolescence Classrooms (CTGE5175)
- Teaching Linguistically and Culturally Diverse Students (CTGE5305)
- *Teaching Math and Science in Inclusive Adolescence Classrooms (CTGE5176)
- Teaching and Learning with Diverse Adolescents 1: Development and Communities (CTGE5401)
- Teaching and Learning with Diverse Adolescents 2: Assessment and Planning (CTGE5402)
- Teaching and Learning with Diverse Adolescents 3: Differentiated Instruction (CTGE5403)
- Teaching and Learning with Diverse Adolescents 4: Reflection and Innovation (CTGE5404)
Requires 8-10 hours of fieldwork with students with disabilities.
- Cyber Communities for STEM (CTGE6203) or Developing Digital Literacy (CTGE6201)
- Integrating, Math, Science, and Technology (CTGE5275)
- Science Curriculum and Assessment (CTGE5631)
- Teaching and Assessing Science (CTGE5272)