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PSY 706A Concepts of Organizational Development

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Examination of concepts in conflict management, talent management, change management, effective design and analyzation of organizational surveys, and professional and organizational development from the results of such surveys. Exploration of the assessment of organizational needs and the design, implementation, and evaluation of programs to facilitate professional development to support the organizational performance and growth.
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SPE 624 Collaboration & Consultation in Special Education

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This course focuses on the knowledge and skills required by candidates to effectively collaborate with teachers, parents and other school personnel to work with students with disabilities such as Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD), Cognitive Disabilities (CD), Emotional and Behavior Disorders (EBD), Other Heath Impairments (OHI) and other disability areas. Emphasis is on the interpretation of information […]
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EDU 390 Preclinical Practice

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Pre-student teaching clinical experience for all teacher education candidates. Students complete a 60-hour field experience, under the supervision of the cooperating teacher. Students apply and analyze instructional methods, assessment alternatives, reading strategies, technology integration, co-teaching and collaborative methods, through teaching experiences and reflective practice.
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SPE 615A Support Science & Soc. Studies Content

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An overview and application of instructional strategies to provide collaborative supports, accommodations, and differentiated instruction and curriculum to include students with disabilities and other special needs in the general education content areas of science and social studies.
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EDL 725 Curriculum & Assessment

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This course focuses on the theoretical bases, current practices, issues, values, technological and leadership skills for the development and evaluation of curriculum and assessments. Students will explore the concepts and values underlying curriculum theory and various assessment designs. The valuing process will be explored in both its theoretical and practical aspects in curriculum. An emphasis on […]
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SPE 614A Foundations of Emergent Literacy

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An overview and application of early literacy instructional strategies in word recognition, including phonemic awareness and phonics, fluency, vocabulary development, and an introduction to comprehension, provides students with a strong foundation to reading and writing instruction.
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FLE 470 Foreign Language Curriculum & Methods

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/course/fle-470-foreign-language-curriculum-methods/
This course makes the student cognizant of the chief areas of knowledge that are necessary for teaching foreign languages at all levels. It presents a unique audio-lingual approach followed by the skillful integration of reading and writing. Topics include classroom management, theories, principles, and practical classroom applications of instructional strategies and curriculum development for teaching foreign languages.
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TCH 665A Clinical Practice

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Pedagogical theories are applied to authentic learning environments, through application of the instructional cycle daily during the student teaching experience. Students compile comprehensive work samples for planning, instruction, and assessment, as part of the edTPA portfolio. Student teachers collaborate with in-service teachers and university supervisors.
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Marian University to offer new reading teacher licensure program

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FOND DU LAC, Wis . – Marian University’s School of Education is now offering a reading teacher licensure program that can be completed in a 100% online format. “The Wisconsin Reading Teacher Program is another example of the School of Education’s commitment to provide innovative new programs,” said Dr. Sue Stoddart, dean of Marian’s School […]
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Marian University to host Academic Symposium, March 28-29

https://www.marianuniversity.edu/news/marian-university-to-host-academic-symposium-march-28-29/
Marian University will hold its annual Academic Symposium on March 28-29 in the Stayer Center. The keynote presentation will be held on Tuesday, March 28 from 6:30 – 8:15 p.m. Dr. Mark Taylor will serve as the keynote speaker. His presentation will focus on “Teaching and learning in a digital age: Impacts on the goals […]
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