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DIS 380 Foundations in Disability and Diversity (3)

Focuses on disability as a category of diversity and identity, as well as diversity within disability. Different strategies used to increase the freedom or liberty of people with disabilities are critically examined. A-F only.

DIS 382 Accessible Learning Technology (3)

Focuses on creating accessible technology and instructional media, developing long-term resources, advancing accessible social interaction between students and students with instructors, and using case studies as examples of good practices. A-F only.

DIS 383 Disability History and Culture: From Homer to Hip Hop (3)

How have people over many centuries, and from broad geographical perspectives perceived and treated individuals with disabilities? An overview of the history of the conditions in which people with disabilities lived. A-F only.

DIS 606 Introduction to Research in Curriculum and Teaching (3)

Classroom-based research covers the fundamentals of qualitative, quantitative, Action Research, mixed methods, and Curriculum Based Assessment. Exploratory, explanatory, and confirmatory research will be highlighted culminating in an outline for Plan B/Thesis proposal. (Cross-listed as EDCS 606)

DIS 675 Supporting Multilingual Learners (3)

Strategies for identifying and adopting best practices that support all students in inclusive learning environments with an emphasis on STEM curriculum for English Language Learners; (B) science; (C) technology; (D) math. A-F only.

DIS 678 Practicum in Applied Behavior Analysis (V)

Supervised field experience in applied behavior analysis. The format is a combination of fieldwork and seminar meetings. Repeatable four times or up to 15 credits. A-F only.

DIS 680 Disability History Through the Ages (3)

A historical overview of disability that visits diverse perspectives, attitudes, and treatment toward individuals with disabilities through many centuries, societies, and cultures throughout the world; and how people with disabilities perceived themselves. A-F only.

DIS 681 Multicultural Issues in Disabilities (3)

Provide background and understanding of various Pacific Rim cultural issues in the conceptualization and treatment of individuals with disabilities and their families. A-F only.

DIS 682 Special Topics in Disability and Diversity Studies (V)

Explores disability and diversity across time to gain an understanding and context of issues such as difference, culture, identity, community, privilege, and oppression and how the past affects the present and future. Repeatable two times. A-F only.

DIS 683 Interdisciplinary Disability and Diversity Issues (3)

Develop understanding of current issues faced by individuals with disabilities and their families within the disability paradigm and across cultures.

DIS 684 Interdisciplinary Team Development (3)

Develop knowledge and skills to participate effectively on interdisciplinary teams for the common goal of promoting service integration and coordination of education, social, health, mental health, and other services with individuals with disabilities and their families. A-F only.

DIS 685 Interdisciplinary Assessment (3)

Assessment methods and techniques to instructional research-based practices and supports across disciplines, cultures and PK-12 that address barriers to learning for all students with the context of the Comprehensive Student Support System (CSSS). A-F only.

DIS 686 Advanced Interdisciplinary Assessment (3)

Assessment methods and techniques to instructional research-based practices and supports across disciplines, cultures and PK-12 that address barriers to learning for all students with the context of the Comprehensive Student Support System (CSSS). A-F only.

DIS 687 Seminar on Disability Issues (3)

In-depth explorations of current and compelling interdisciplinary topics related to advancing the social, political, educational, and economic integration of individuals with disabilities of all ages. A-F only.

DIS 688 Portfolio/Field Work (3)

Interdisciplinary community experience and portfolio in disability and diversity studies. Repeatable three times. A-F only.

DIS 699 Directed Reading and/or Research (V)

Directed reading and/or research. Repeatable three times. A-F only. Pre: consent.

DIS 780 Mixed Methods Research Design (3)

Mixed methods research is designed for PhD and masters students in education and social sciences considering combining qualitative and quantitative research. Covers philosophical and practical implications culminating in a mixed methods dissertation/thesis proposal. Repeatable one time. (Once a year) (Cross-listed as EDCS 780 and LTEC 780)

EDCS 415 Foundations in the Field of Early Childhood Education (Birth to 8 Years) (3)

Emphasizes interrelated historical and philosophical roots and socio-cultural context and their influence on policy and practice in early childhood education settings. A-F only. Pre: HDFS 331 or consent.

EDCS 415L Foundations in the Field of Early Childhood Education (Birth to 8 Years) Lab (3)

Direct experience with children in early childhood settings in order to apply concepts from 415 and gain perspective on the role of the practitioner in ECE settings.

EDCS 416 Teaching and Learning for Diverse Young Children (3)

Continuation of 415: focuses on the design, implementation, evaluation of meaningful, challenging integrated curriculum that promotes comprehensive developmental and learning outcomes for diverse young children (pK-3). Pre: 415 or consent. (Cross-listed as ITE 416)

EDCS 416L Teaching and Learning for Diverse Young Children Lab (3)

Continuation of 415L. Co-requisite: 416. (Cross-listed as ITE 416L)

EDCS 417 STEM Pedagogy (V)

Provides introductory information to individuals new to the field of STEM education. Designed to integrate educational theory, pedagogy, content, and practical concerns into teaching practices in the STEM fields. Repeatable three times, up to 12 credits.

EDCS 431 Collaborative Language and Learning (3)

Examination of language (talking, reading, and writing) processes within a collaborative teaching framework in the secondary curriculum. Field experience may be required. A-F only.

EDCS 432 Adolescent Literature and Literacy (3)

Selection and interpretation of young adult literature, including multicultural literature for middle level and high school students. Theory and teaching strategies for integrating literacy instruction in the literature program for diverse student populations. A-F only.

EDCS 433 Interdisciplinary Science Curriculum (3)

Conceptual schemes and processes for integrating science curricula within the sciences and with subject areas. Methods and models of curricular integration such as interdisciplinary, culturally relevant, place and community-based learning. Repeatable one time. (Cross-listed as SUST 433)

EDCS 440 Curriculum Implications of Multicultural Education (3)

Examination of trends, issues, school practices, and program in multicultural education and its related area of study–bilingual-bicultural education. (Cross-listed as ITE 440)

EDCS 450 Methods and Materials in Science (3)

Selecting and using methods and materials, demonstrations and simulations, open-ended experimentation, inquiry and discovery, task analysis measurement tools and techniques, activities from various curricula, opportunity for individualized goals and projects. Repeatable one time. Pre: ITE 323, ITE 404(H), teaching experience; or consent.

EDCS 451 Programs for Infants/Toddlers (3)

Examination of current theory, research, issues, and models in programs for infants and toddlers, including criteria for evaluation and planning. A-F only. Pre: (HDFS 230 (or concurrent), HDFS 331 (or concurrent)) with a minimum grade of B-; or consent. (Cross-listed as SPED 451)

EDCS 453 Gender Issues in Education (3)

Examination of current and historical issues in education and how they are impacted upon by gender, with particular reference to gender as it intersects with ethnicity and class, locally and globally. Pre: WGSS 151 or consent. (Cross-listed as EDEF 453 and WGSS 453)

EDCS 480 Issues in Computer Education (3)

Integration of microcomputers into school curriculum and key issues related to microcomputer use in education. Pre: LTEC 442 or consent. (Cross-listed as ITE 480)

EDCS 494 Problem Solving in Mathematics Education (3)

Experiencing and learning to teach heuristics of solving mathematical problems; designing curricula, classroom organization, evaluative measures for problem solving. Pre: consent.

EDCS 495 Difficulties in Learning Mathematics (3)

Identification, analysis, and remediation of difficulties in learning mathematics. Pre: consent.

EDCS 600 Language, Learning and Teaching (3)

Examines the role that language plays in the social construction of knowledge within various disciplines, K–adult. Collaborative group learning strategies will be modeled. A-F only. Pre: student teaching or teaching experience or consent.

EDCS 601 Advanced Topics in Reading (3)

Current theories and teaching strategies of reading throughout the lifespan within various social contexts. Topics include psychological, sociological, and cultural foundations of reading; 21st century literacies; emergent literacy; diversity; multilingual learners, formative assessment; state/national initiatives. Pre: student teaching or teaching experience or consent.

EDCS 602 Advanced Topics in Writing and Oral Language (3)

Current theories and teaching strategies of writing and oral language throughout the lifespan within various social contexts. Focus on teaching writing and oral language as tools for learning and to demonstrate learning. Pre: student teaching or teaching experience or consent.

EDCS 603 Children’s Literature in the Elementary Curriculum (3)

In-depth examination of traditional and current books/media, birth through young adult, with emphasis on applications in schools or other educational contexts. Focus on use of narrative, exposition, and other genres across the curriculum. A-F only. Pre: student teaching or teaching experience or consent.

EDCS 604 Effective Writing Practices (6)

Analysis and practical application of principles and strategies of effective writing and informed writing instruction in K-12 classrooms. Pre: teaching experience and consent. (Summer only)

EDCS 605 Literacy Coaching and Leadership (3)

Exploration and application of literacy specialist roles. Includes teaching, coaching, providing resources, advocating for all students, and collaborating with other professionals. A-F only. Pre: consent.

EDCS 606 Introduction to Research in Curriculum and Teaching (3)

Classroom-based research covers the fundamentals of qualitative, quantitative, action research, mixed methods, and curriculum based assessment. Exploratory, explanatory, and confirmatory research will be highlighted culminating in an outline for Plan B/Thesis proposal. (Cross-listed as DIS 606)

EDCS 607 New Literacies Leadership +(3)

New approaches to analyzing 21st century literacies K-12, including visual, media, digital, and critical literacies as well as developing leadership practices in multi-literacies pedagogy. A-F only.

EDCS 608 Literacy Across the Disciplines (3)

Explores theoretical and practical principles of literacy and sustainability across academic disciplines, investigating the role of language and literate practices of reading, writing, speaking, visualizing, and representing in social, cultural, and educational contexts. Graduate students only. A-F only. (Cross-listed as SUST 608)

EDCS 610 Early Career Teaching, K-12 (3)

Focuses on research and practice related to the first five years of teaching. Especially recommended for beginning teachers and graduate students interested in this stage of teaching development. Repeatable one time.

EDCS 617 Early Literacy and Language Development (3)

Theory and practice for PK-3 early literacy and language development. Focus is on content knowledge and pedagogical strategies that support the optimal development of oral language, reading, and writing skills in PK-3 classrooms. A-F only.

EDCS 618 Early Childhood Education: Advanced Topics (3)

Analysis and practical application of selected early childhood education program and/ or instructional materials. Restricted to majors. Repeatable two times. A-F only. Pre: 415 and 416, or consent.

EDCS 619 Social and Cultural Constructions of Childhood (3)

Seminar examines the interrelated socially constructed concepts of children and childhood and places them in the larger contexts informed by sociological, anthropological, historical, critical, and technological perspectives. A-F only. Graduate students only.

EDCS 622 (Alpha) Curriculum Leadership (3)

Foundation for critical study of curriculum development and improvement from the perspective of teacher leaders. Online/hybrid sections available; (B) early childhood; (D) middle school; (G) K-14. Pre: teaching experience or consent.

EDCS 623 Science and Science Curriculum, PK-12 (3)

Application of recent developments in science, sustainability, curriculum development, and learning theory to pre-kindergarten through secondary school. Science philosophy, content and methodology stressed, including inquiry, nature of science, sustainability, and
science literacy. Repeatable one time. (Cross-listed as SUST 623)

EDCS 624 School Mathematics Curriculum (3)

Analysis of research related to teaching and learning school mathematics, application of research to classroom practices. Appraisal of recent curriculum trends; critical examination of assumptions underlying proposed curriculum changes. Pre: teaching experience or consent.

EDCS 625 Social Studies Curriculum (3)

Examination and evaluation of social science content, societal values and research findings as basis for development and revision of social studies materials, texts, curriculum guides, methodology. Pre: ITE 322 or equivalent, social studies teaching experience, or consent.

EDCS 626 Art Education K-12 (3)

Principles, goals, and objectives in teaching and learning art K-12; curriculum, instruction, and assessment in art education; laboratory experiences in art media. Pre: student teaching or teaching experience.

EDCS 627 Teaching and Learning with Art Objects, Museums, Collections, and Site Visits (3)

Interdisciplinary inquiry and examination of the role of physical objects and site visits in schools and other educational contexts, through visits to local art museums and related sites.

EDCS 628 Function of Play in Early Childhood Education (3)

Review of research and theory illuminating the nature, purposes, and meaning of play as a critical aspect of early childhood education. (Summer only)

EDCS 630 Cultural Diversity and Education (3)

Examines issues, theories, perspectives and practices in multicultural education and promotes awareness, encourages knowledgeable reflection and develops skills necessary for multicultural practitioners. A-F only. (Cross-listed as EDEF 630)

EDCS 632 Qualitative Research Methods (3)

Methods of qualitative research in education or related social science from an interdisciplinary framework.

EDCS 638 (Alpha) Curriculum and Instruction in Studio Art (3)

Understanding art methods and materials related to art education for teachers grades K-12. Writing curricula, integrating visual arts across the curriculum, developing evaluation methods observing stages of artistic growth among students of multiple ages/abilities. (B) painting, drawing, printing; (C) fiber arts, ceramics, sculpture; (D) photography, technology, collage; (E) Combination of any three of B, C, and/or D. Previous BA, BS, BEd, and BFA only. Repeatable two times. A-F only. Pre: teaching experience or consent. (Once a year)

EDCS 639 Business and Marketing Education Curriculum (3)

Theory, philosophy, objectives, and development of business and marketing education curriculum. Pre: ITE 390D or consent.

EDCS 640 (Alpha) Seminar (3)

Study in trends, research, and problems of implementation in teaching field. (C) English; (H) mathematics; (I) literacy; (J) science; (K) social studies; (M) interdisciplinary education; (N) art; (P) place-based education. Each alpha repeatable two times. COE-related majors only for (P). Pre: teaching experience or consent for all alphas except for (P); graduate and/or undergraduate courses in education and/or social sciences or consent for (P). (K Cross-listed as PACE 640, P Cross-listed as SUST 641)

EDCS 641 (Alpha) Seminar in Foreign Language (3)

Study in trends, research, and problems of implementation of language education instruction. (B) French; (C) German; (D) Japanese; (F) Spanish. Pre: teaching experience, and consent.

EDCS 642 (Alpha) Seminar in Diversity Issues (1)

Examination of principles in multicultural education and diversity. (D) middle level; (G) K-14; (R) reading K-12. Each alpha repeatable five times. A-F only. Pre: consent.

EDCS 644 Multilingual/EL Pedagogy (3)

Examines practices, theories, research, and perspectives on multilingual/EL teaching approaches. Topics include culturally and linguistically responsive approaches, collaboration, lesson planning, and adapting materials to promote the growth and development of multilingual/ EL learners. A-F only. (Fall only) (Cross-listed as SLS 644)

EDCS 645 Seminar In Multicultural Literacy (3)

Interdisciplinary examination of research and issues in the teaching and learning of literacy in diverse multicultural settings. A-F only. Pre: course in teaching language arts of multicultural education, teaching experience, or consent.

EDCS 646 Literacy Assessment, Instruction, and Intervention (3)

Application of formative assessments to better monitor/guide struggling readers and writers. Topics include diversity and state/national initiatives. A-F only.

EDCS 647 (Alpha) Classroom and School Literacy Assessment (3)

Advanced use of formative and summative assessments to monitor/lead classroom and
school literacy programs. Focus on diversity, leadership, state/national initiatives, and practical applications in schools or other educational contexts. (B) general; (C) multilingualism. May take each alpha one time only.

EDCS 648 Reading for English Language Learners (3)

Presents key concepts and theories in teaching reading to K-12 English language learners. Topics include instructional decisions in teaching reading to ELLs, the interrelationship of language skills, strategies, and teaching academic content. A-F only. Pre: 601 or consent.

EDCS 649 Theory/Practice in Cooperative Occupational Education (3)

Theory and practices of coordinating cooperative education in high school and community college. Pre: teaching experience or consent.

EDCS 653 (Alpha) Mathematics in the Schools (3)

School mathematics, K-12 content, curricula, pedagogy, and standards; trends and issues; theory and research. (B) number and operation; (C) patterns, functions and algebra; (D) geometry and measurement; (E) probability and statistics; (F) integrated math content. Each alpha represents a different K-12 content area. Repeatable three times for (F). Pre: teaching experience or consent.

EDCS 654 Ethnomathematics (3)

Research and practice in ethnomathematics from an interdisciplinary framework. Analysis of ethnomathematics content knowledge and pedagogy; connections among curriculum, standards, and classroom practice; examination of theory and research; and building sustainable campus-community networks. Topics vary. Repeatable three times. A-F only. Pre: teaching experience or consent.

EDCS 656 Seminar in Issues in ECE (V)

Concepts and inquiry regarding the application of early childhood educational principles and approaches to programs serving children between birth and age five. Study and discussion of topics and problems presented in required summer courses and by invited experts in early childhood education. Restricted to masters in Early Childhood Education. Repeatable six times. A-F only. (Two times a year)

EDCS 667 (Alpha) Seminar in Curriculum (3)

Curriculum trends and issues related to school organization, program, administration, faculty. Required for Plan B MEd candidates in their final semester or summer session. Repeatable one time. (B) early childhood; (D) middle-level; (G) K-14. Pre: 622 (any alpha), and 606 or EDEF 678 or EDEP 408, and 632 or EDEA 604 or EDEP 429 or EDEA 608; or consent.

EDCS 677 Curriculum Design in Early Childhood Education (3)

Designed to help classroom teachers understand sources and principles of curriculum in early childhood education and to provide experience in evaluating, selecting, and developing appropriate curriculum for young children.

EDCS 685 Museums and Education (3)

) Overview of museum education including museum learning theories, informal learning programs, audience research, national and international policies and reports, and community projects. Pre: AMST 683 (or concurrent) or consent. (Cross-listed as AMST 685)

EDCS 686 Information Literacy and Learning Resources (3)

Process approach to teaching information retrieval, analysis, and use. Emphasizes concepts, practices ineffective instructional design, selection of resources that meets learning needs. Required for Librarian HDOE licensure. A-F only. Pre: consent. (Cross-listed as LTEC 686 and LIS 686)

EDCS 690 School and District Literacy Leadership (3)

Exploration and application of school and district-wide roles of the literacy specialist, such as collaborating with other educators to: (1) design and implement literacy programs, and (2) provide research-supported professional development. A-F only. Pre: 605 or consent.

EDCS 695 Plan B Master’s Project (V)

Independent study for students working on a Plan B master’s project. A-F only.

EDCS 696 Graduate Certificate Capstone (3)

Independent study and/or seminar for students working on a capstone for a graduate certificate. Repeatable three times. CR/NC only.

EDCS 699 Directed Reading and/or Research (V)

Individual reading and/or research. Repeatable unlimited times. Pre: written consent.

EDCS 700 Thesis Research (V)

Repeatable up to 36 credits.

EDCS 732 Qualitative Data Analysis (3)

Advanced seminar in qualitative research methods with an emphasis upon qualitative data analysis, theory construction, data presentation and reporting. Pre: 632, a course in introduction to qualitative research methods; or consent.

EDCS 760 Research on Teaching and Teacher Education (3)

Examination of alternative approaches and multidisciplinary perspectives on research on teaching and learning in and out of school, on educational change, and on teacher education and professional development. Pre: classified PhD student or consent.

EDCS 761 Dissertation Research and Writing (3)

Intended for doctoral students who are at the dissertation stage in their program. Supports students in developing their dissertation proposals and/or initial dissertation drafts. Repeatable unlimited times. A-F only. Pre: consent. (Once a year)

EDCS 767 Issues and Trends in Curriculum (3)

Uses problem-centered approach and field experiences. Topics include historical review of curriculum development since 1900, examination of current curriculum practices at all levels of education, and prediction of future directions in curriculum theory and design. Pre: classified doctoral student or consent.

EDCS 768 Seminar in Curriculum and Instructional Theories (3)

Analysis and critical examination of models and curriculum theory and theories of instruction leading to generation of theories by seminar members. Pre: classified doctoral student or consent.

EDCS 769 Curriculum and Program Evaluation (3)

Critical examination of theoretical and methodological positions on curriculum and educational program evaluation. Pre: classified doctoral student or consent.

EDCS 780 Mixed Methods Research Design (3)

Mixed methods research is designed for PhD and masters students in education and social sciences considering combining qualitative and quantitative research. Covers philosophical and practical implications culminating in a mixed methods dissertation/thesis proposal. Repeatable one time. (Once a year) (Cross-listed as DIS 780 and LTEC 780)

EDEA 360 Dynamics of Student Leadership (3)

Theoretical approaches and an experimental orientation toward leadership in student organizations via classroom activities and practicum experiences with student organizations.

EDEA 370 Peer Leadership Education and Mentoring (3)

Theoretical explorations and a supervised practicum experience in student peer leadership education and mentoring in a variety of curricular and co-curricular contexts. Pre: 360 (or equivalent) and consent.

EDEA 460 (Alpha)Topics in Emergent Paradigms of Leadership (3)

Exploration, application, analysis and synthesis of advanced leadership concepts including emergent theories, issues, trends and empowering approaches. (B) survey of emergent paradigms; (C) Asian Pacific American leadership; (D) gender and leadership; (E) ethics and leadership; (K) issues and problems in leadership. Repeatable one time per alpha. Pre: 360 (or equivalent) and consent.

EDEA 499 Directed Reading (V)

Planned individualized study, reading, research, teaching, and/ or projects under direct supervision of instructor. A-F only. Repeatable up to six credits. Pre: consent.

EDEA 601 Introduction to Education Administration (3)

Develops view of administrative process and organization elements in context of system of personal, social, and physical variables. Emphasis on role and functions of school administrator. Repeatable one time.

EDEA 602 Research in Education Administration (3)

Develops basic concepts of research on educational administration: methodology, status of particular topics, communication, and application of findings to problems of school administration. (Meets PhD common core inquiry methods requirement.) Repeatable one time.

EDEA 604 Qualitative Research Methods in Education (3)

Introduction to methods of qualitative research in education. (Meets PhD common core requirement.) (Cross-listed as EDEP 613)

EDEA 608 Survey Research Design and Analysis (3)

Survey study designs, survey sampling, questionnaire construction, interviewing, pre-tests, pilot studies, logic of measurement and association, table construction, and elaboration models. Pre: consent. (Cross-listed as EDEP 602 and SOC 608)

EDEA 610 School-Community Relations (3)

Application of principles, techniques, policies, organization of school-community information program. Repeatable one time.

EDEA 620 (Alpha) Education Finance (3)

Educational revenues, apportionments, budgetary procedures, costs, business management, economics of education, measures of productivity. (H) higher education: specific for higher education students; (K) K-12: specific for K-12 students. A-F only. Pre: consent.

EDEA 623 Administration in Kinesiology (3)

Current problems, trends, and strategies in the administration of athletic training, physical education, recreation, sport and fitness programs in school and non-school settings. Repeatable one time. Pre: consent. (Cross-listed as KRS 623)

EDEA 629 Educational Statistics (3)

Statistical inference including applications of parametric and nonparametric methods to educational problems.

EDEA 630 (Alpha) Education Law (3)

Status and functions of educational institutions and personnel relative to their legal rights and responsibilities. Includes interpretation of important court decisions, statutes, equity measures. (H) higher education: specific for higher education students; (K) K-12: specific for K-12 students. A-F only. Pre: consent.

EDEA 645 Principles of School Leadership (3)

Examine the emergent theories, issues, practices, and problems relevant for educational leaders in school organizations. Integrates the aspects of management and administration within the context of leadership.

EDEA 646 College Student Development Theory (3)

Study of psycho-social characteristics of the American college student and college environment, from viewpoint of student personnel work. Repeatable one time. EDEA majors only.

EDEA 650 Organizational Leadership in Education (3)

Analysis of the nature of organizations, human nature and needs, and their relationship to leadership, staffing, and staff development. Implications of group structure and human conflict, communications, and supervision and evaluation considered. Repeatable one time.

EDEA 652 Conflict Management for Educators (3)

Conflict resolution theory and practice for administrators, faculty and staff in educational organizations. K-12, community colleges and universities. Application and theory of negotiation, mediation, facilitation and hybrid ADR processes. Repeatable one time. Pre: 601 or 650, or consent. (Cross-listed as PACE 652)

EDEA 655 Intercultural Interactions (3)

Theory-based frameworks and training methods of intercultural interaction and their applications to educational administration situations. Repeatable one time.

EDEA 657 Introduction to Higher Education (3)

Salient historic, social, and organizational aspects of higher education; history, philosophy, purposes, governance, administration, structures, financing, faculty and student selection, curricula, legal and social issues. Repeatable one time.

EDEA 660 Leadership in Higher Education (3)

Trends, research, and problems in college and university management. Repeatable one time. EDEA majors only. Pre: 657 or consent.

EDEA 661 Leadership in Student Affairs (3)

Philosophy, history, organization, and administration of student personnel services at college and university levels, including admissions, housing, student activities, financial aids, placement, counseling, health services. Repeatable one time. Pre: 657 or consent.

EDEA 662 Curriculum in Higher Education (3)

Traditional and contemporary curriculum issues. Development of performance competencies in curriculum design and evaluation using systems and design theory as central paradigms. Repeatable one time. Pre: 657 or consent.

EDEA 663 Community College Leadership (3)

Development and changing missions of community colleges; in-depth study of emerging leadership issues: planning, financial management, decision-making, governance, and student personnel. Repeatable one time. Pre: 660 or consent.

EDEA 670 Teacher Development and Evaluation (3)

The role of teacher evaluation in the development of teachers and learning communities and to support effective teaching. Repeatable one time.

EDEA 675 Introduction to Educational Policy Studies (3)

Examines theories and models of educational policy and policy-making and the contribution of policy analysis to the policy-making and change processes. A-F only. Pre: consent. (Cross-listed as EDEF 675)

EDEA 676 The Politics of Education (3)

Examination of the ways in which education can be viewed as political, arising from its connection to the larger political system including local, state, and federal governments. A-F only. Pre: 675, EDEF 675; or consent. (Cross-listed as EDEF 676)

EDEA 680 Curriculum Administration (3)

Master’s level course in curriculum administration and leadership, focusing on fundamental theories underlying curriculum development, as well as the implementation of curriculum policy at the school level. Pre: consent.

EDEA 695 Capstone Project in Educational Administration (3)

Required for higher education Plan B option. 3 credits required for program completion. Taken in final semester or second to last semester in program. A-F only. Pre: 602 and 657, and consent of instructor and chair.

EDEA 699 Directed Reading and/or Research (V)

Individual reading and/or research. Repeatable unlimited times. Pre: consent of instructor and department chair.

EDEA 700 Thesis Research (V)

Research master’s thesis. Repeatable unlimited times.

EDEA 704 Advanced Qualitative Research (3)

Study in trends, research, and problems. Pre: 604 or comparable, or consent.

EDEA 720 Internship in Education (V)

Supervised intern experience in school and university administration. Emphasizes the development of leadership skills through program and project management. A-F only. Pre: approval of cooperating agencies and department.

EDEA 745 Creative Learning Strategies for Adults (3)

Analysis of psychology of adult learner; forces that affect learning in dynamics of individual, group, and organizational behavior; concept of lifelong learning vis-a-vis development of creative strategies that assist maturing, self-directed persons to develop their potentialities. (Cross-listed as EDEP 745 and NURS 745)

EDEA 767 Seminar on the Educational System (3)

Examination of structure and dynamics of the educational system. Particular focus on how educational policy interacts with principles that explain educational system behavior. A-F only. Pre: 675 or EDEF 675, or consent. (Cross-listed as EDEF 767)

EDEA 775 Seminar on the Principalship (3)

Series of planned seminar experiences on problems and issues confronting school principals, such as contract administration, program planning and budgeting systems (PPBS), teacher evaluation. Topic to be announced. Repeatable unlimited times.

EDEA 780 (Alpha) Seminar (3)

Study in trends, research, and problems. (B) policy formulation; (C) organizational change; (D) evaluation and research management (meets PhD common required advanced methodology course); (G) school governance; (H) college student affairs administration; (I) higher education administration; (J) administrative theories; (K) administrative problems and issues; (M) engaging diverse student populations; (N) exploring Indigeneity in higher education. (K) is repeatable two times in different topics. EDEA majors only for (I) and (K). A-F only for (M). Pre: consent.

EDEF 310 Education in American Society (3)

Interrelated historical, philosophical, and sociocultural contexts of education with an emphasis on identifying, analyzing, and deliberating on contemporary ethical issues, problems, and applications. Students enrolled in colleges other than the College of Education are asked to confer with the College of Education director of student services before enrolling in 310. A-F only.

EDEF 352 The History of Education in Hawai‘i From Pre-contact to Statehood (3)

History of educational though and practices from pre-contact Hawaii through statehood. Social, intellectual, political, and cultural influences on indigenous, territorial, and state educational institutions; emphasis on white-settler colonialism, multiculturalism, assimilation, resistance, indigenous, and immigrant experiences. Repeatable one time. A-F only. (Spring only.

EDEF 352A The History of Education in Hawai‘i From Pre-contact to Statehood (3)

History of educational though and practices from pre-contact Hawaii through statehood. Social, intellectual, political, and cultural influences on indigenous, territorial, and state educational institutions; emphasis on white-settler colonialism, multiculturalism, assimilation, resistance, indigenous, and immigrant experiences. Repeatable one time. A-F only. (Spring only

EDEF 360 Introduction to Multicultural Education (3)

Concepts and methods to develop sensitivity and awareness of cultural influences on behavior as these relate to the schooling process. A-F only. (Cross-listed as ITE 360)

EDEF 399 Directed Reading (V)

Individual reading or research. Pre: senior majors with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7 or a minimum GPA of 3.0 in education, and consent of instructor and department chair.

EDEF 408 Community and Culture (3)

Theoretical and practical approaches to understanding the constitution of community life. A focus on the social construction of normative values, social dynamics of organizations, and school-community relations. A-F only.

EDEF 445 Sociology of Education (3)

Introduction to sociological frameworks of analysis of the institutional, cultural and social dynamics of schooling, classroom management, school reform, social group and individual role behavior. A-F only.

EDEF 453 Gender Issues in Education (3)

Examination of current and historical issues in education and how they are impacted upon by gender, with particular reference to gender as it intersects with ethnicity and class, locally and globally. Pre: WGSS 151 or consent. (Cross-listed as EDCS 453 and WGSS 453)

EDEF 470 Ethnic Groups and Education in Hawai‘i (3)

Identity and learning within and among Hawai‘i ethnic groups; study of prejudice and inter-ethnic hostilities as these impact education and teaching. College of Education majors only. A-F only. Pre: consent.

EDEF 480 Anthropological Applications (3)

Education as cultural and cross-cultural learning; universal aspects of the process. Ethnographic study. Applied anthropological theory and practice for educators. A-F only.

EDEF 610 Foundations of Educational Theory (3)

An in-depth review of social, philosophical, and historical views underlying various theories of education and their applications in teaching and learning. A-F only.

EDEF 630 Cultural Diversity and Education (3)

Examines issues, theories, perspectives and practices in multicultural education and promotes awareness, encourages knowledgeable reflection and develops skills necessary for multicultural practitioners. A-F only. (Cross-listed as EDCS 630)

EDEF 649 Field Studies in Educational Foundations (V)

Field-based participant research projects, including analysis of educational problems and issues. Repeatable unlimited times. A-F only.

EDEF 650 Education in the Classical Tradition (3)

Classical European, Chinese, Indic, and Islamic traditions in the history of education; emphasis on ways in which they shift, interact, and collide from the early modern period to the present.

EDEF 651 History of Education in America (3)

History of educational thought and practice from European colonialism to revolutionary nationalism to the present. A-F only.

EDEF 652 History of Education in Hawai‘i (3)

From pre-contact, ancient Hawai‘i to the present. Social and intellectual influences on the development of national, local, and indigenous educational institutions; emphasis on multicultural as well as monocultural directions in Hawai‘i’s schools. A-F only.

EDEF 657 Introduction to Higher Education (3)

Salient historic, social, and organizational aspects of higher education; history, philosophy, purposes, governance, administration, structures, financing, faculty and student selection, curricula, legal and social issues.

EDEF 660 Philosophy of Education (3)

Readings of the original texts of major philosophers impacting American education. Considerations about the conditions of knowing and their extension in everyday practices in education. A-F only.

EDEF 667 (Alpha) Seminar in Educational Foundations-Selected Topics (3)

Multi-disciplinary (historical, philosophical, social/cultural and comparative/international focus on topical issues in education. (B) general; (C) leadership and governance in education; (D) educational reform; (E) foundations of teaching; (F) foundations of curriculum; (G) globalization in education; (H) moral political education. Repeatable one time for (H). A-F only for (H). Pre: graduate standing and departmental approval.

EDEF 669 Introduction to Comparative/ International Education (3)

Introduction to basic methods of comparative studies, focusing on schooling, but also treating broader educational issues. A-F only.

EDEF 671 Topics in Comparative Education (3)

Educational institutions, structures, processes, policies, and problems viewed within the context of political, social, and cultural milieus. Geographic region or theme focus. Repeatable three times. A-F only. Pre: consent.

EDEF 675 Introduction to Educational Policy Studies (3)

Examines theories and models of educational policy and policy-making and the contribution of policy analysis to the policy-making and change processes. A-F only. Pre: consent. (Crosslisted as EDEA 675)

EDEF 676 The Politics of Education (3)

Examination of the ways in which education can be viewed as political, arising from its connection to the larger political system including local, state, and federal governments. A-F only. Pre: 675, EDEA 675, or consent. (Cross-listed as EDEA 676)

EDEF 678 Approaches to Educational Inquiry (3)

Overview of different research methods in educational inquiry with an opportunity to explore through practice one or more methods (ex: case study, interviewing, narrative construction, practitioner inquiry. Preparation for MEd or PhD proposals.

EDEF 680 Seminar on Race, Law, and Education (3)

Introduction to educational law and the way it relates to issues of race and ethnicity. Particular focus on how the U.S. courts have dealt with the question of educational inequality in a multiracial/multiethnic society. A-F only. Pre: graduate standing or consent.

EDEF 683 Social and Cultural Contexts of Education (3)

Focuses on the interplay of class, race, gender and ethnicity in school and community settings. Social praxis, educational reform and policy are considered. A-F only.

EDEF 684 Education and World Order (3)

Focuses on the challenges educators face in identifying appropriate pedagogical frameworks and practices in global education that address the impact of globalization in our society today. A-F only. Pre: consent.

EDEF 685 International Development Education (3)

Introduction to international development education in Asian and Pacific nations. Students explore links between education and development. Emphasis is on cross-cultural perception of development.

EDEF 686 Environmental Education (3)

Focuses on the development of an ecological consciousness through a cultural and environmental approach to teaching and learning in schooling and everyday life.

EDEF 699 Directed Reading and/or Research (V)

Individual reading and/or research. Repeatable unlimited times. Pre: consent of department chair.

EDEF 700 Thesis Research (V)

Research for master’s thesis. Repeatable unlimited times.

EDEF 725 Education and Social Change (3)

Study of classical and contemporary theories of social change as these relate to school, the profession of teaching, planning of change, and social stability. Pre: consent

EDEF 751 Recent History of American Education (3)

Contemporary American education in recent historical perspective; focuses on the educational changes brought about by WW II, the Cold War, civil rights and other social movements. A-F only. Pre: consent.

EDEF 761 History of American Higher Education (3)

Genesis and evolution of college and university from

EDEF 762 Seminar on the Social and Cultural Contexts of Education (3)

Examination of social, political, and cultural issues affecting educational policy with special emphasis on methods of inquiry and theoretical constructs. A-F only. Pre: consent.

EDEF 764 Advanced Seminar in Philosophy of Education (3)

Advanced studies in philosophical inquiry. Examination of philosophically based methods of analysis and interpretation and their influence in educational research and practice. A-F only. Pre: consent.

EDEF 766 Seminar in History of Education (3)

Aspects of the history of education. Application of historiography to educational problems and policy. Repeatable with different content. A-F only. Pre: 651 or 652, or consent.

EDEF 767 Seminar on the Educational System (3)

Examination of the structure and dynamics of educational system. Particular focus on how educational policy interacts with principles that explain educational system behavior. A-F only. Pre: 675 or EDEA 675, or consent. (Cross-listed as EDEA 767)

EDEF 771 Seminar in Comparative/International Education (3)

Advanced reading, research and writing in selected topics dealing with comparative and international education, including such themes as policy studies, minority education and educational reform. A-F only. Pre: consent.

EDEP 201 Introduction to Teaching as a Career (3)

An experience-based introduction to teaching as a career. Repeatable one time.

EDEP 311 Introduction to Educational Psychology (3)

Psychology as applied to education, including major theories and research and development, cognitive, sociocultural, and multicultural approaches to teaching and learning. Incorporates introductions to standardized testing, classroom assessment, motivation, instructional planning and classroom management. (Cross-listed as PSY 301)

EDEP 327 Self-Regulated Learning (3)

Theory and use of self-regulated learning strategies in academic contexts.

EDEP 399 Directed Reading (V)

Individual reading or research. Pre: consent.

EDEP 408 Fundamentals of Research in Education (3)

Introduction to the methodology of systematic study of problems in education: principles of research design, data processing, technical writing, and evaluation of research proposals and reports.

EDEP 411 Seminar in Contemporary Perspectives in Educational Psychology (3)

In-depth analysis of contemporary issues in education from the theoretical and methodological perspectives of the faculty in educational psychology. Repeatable one time.

EDEP 416 Student Assessment (3)

Introduction to basic concepts and issues in assessment and measurement, development of formative and summative assessment procedures, descriptive statistics, scales of measurement, and standardizing testing.

EDEP 429 Introductory Statistics (3)

Introduction to concepts and logics of statistical reasoning and statistical literacy. Topics include descriptive statistics, sampling distribution, and inferential statistics such as z-test, t-tests, correlation, and one-way ANOVA.

EDEP 432 Human Motivation and Education (3)

Application of motivation theory and research to understanding and increasing human motivation for education.

EDEP 489 Applied Psychology: Advanced Topics (3)

Coverage in-depth of some areas of theory and research. Repeatable to six credit hours. Pre: PSY 100. (Crosslisted as PSY 489)

EDEP 601 Introduction to Quantitative Methods (3)

Introductory graduate-level statistics in education and social sciences. Topics on descriptive and inferential statistics including central tendency, variability, sampling distribution, z-test, t-test, correlation, simple linear regression, and one-way ANOVA. (Meets PhD common inquiry methods requirement or elective.)

EDEP 602 Survey Research Design and Analysis (3)

Survey study designs, survey sampling, questionnaire construction, interviewing, pre-tests, pilot studies, logic of measurement and association, table construction, and elaboration models. Pre: consent. (Cross-listed as EDEA 608 and SOC 608)

EDEP 603 Design and Analysis of Psychological Experiments (3)

Analysis of variance and other models of assessing results of experiments. Relation of analysis to design.

EDEP 604 Applied Regression and Analysis of Variance (3)

Introduction to linear statistical models as principle of data analysis. Topics include multiple regression models with continuous and categorical predictors. ANOVA with multiple factors, ANOVA with repeated measures, and ANCOVA. Pre: 601 or EDEA 629 (with a grade of B+), or consent.

EDEP 606 Multivariate Methods (3)

Multivariate forms of multiple linear regression, analysis of variance and co-variance, and exploratory factor analysis are developed. Pre: 604, PSY 610, or consent.

EDEP 607 Nonparametric Methods for Behavioral Science (3)

Conditions for valid applications of nonparametric statistical techniques in education and behavioral sciences; theoretical and methodological perspectives. (Cross-listed as PSY 615)

EDEP 608 Introduction to Educational Research (3)

Fundamental design and evaluation procedures in educational research. Topics include an introduction to qualitative and quantitative research, the review of literature, developing research questions, research design, instrumentation, data collection, and writing a research proposal. Pre: 601 (or concurrent) (with a minimum grade of B or higher) or consent.

EDEP 611 Graduate Introduction to Educational Psychology (3)

Graduate level introduction to educational psychology theories, research, and topics.

EDEP 612 Multilevel Modeling for Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Data (3)

Theories and applications of multilevel model to analyze cross-sectional and longitudinal data. Topics include two-level and three-level models, growth models, and multilevel logistic regression. Pre: 604, PSY 610, 612 (with a minimum grade of B or higher), or consent.

EDEP 613 Qualitative Research Methods in Education (3)

Introduction to methods of qualitative research in education. (Meets PhD common core requirement.) (Cross-listed as EDEA 604)

EDEP 616 Measurement in Education and Social Sciences (3)

Concepts, theories and practices in testing and measurement. Specific topics include classical and modern test theories, reliability estimation, validity, psychometric validation methods including factor analysis and item response theory. Pre: 604 or PSY 610 or consent.

EDEP 618 Categorical Data Analysis (3)

Theories and methods for data analysis with categorical and discrete variables; analysis of contingency tables, loglinear models, introduction to generalized linear models for binary, nominal, ordinal, and count outcomes in cross-sectional and longitudinal data sets. Pre: 604, PSY 610, or consent.

EDEP 625 Structural Equation Modeling (3)

Theories and applications to test models with manifest and latent variables. Topics include path analysis, factor analysis, latent variable model, multi-group analysis, latent means model, and other advanced topics in SEM. Pre: 606, PSY 610, PSY 614, or consent.

EDEP 626 Psychometric Methods (3)

Theories and applications of modern psychometrics. Topics include item response theory, detecting biased items, measurement invariance, and current issues in psychometrics. Pre: 604 (with a minimum grade of B+) or consent.

EDEP 631 Adolescence and Education (3)

Discussion-based course presenting an overview of educational psychology applied to teaching adolescents, including theory and research on human learning, adolescent development and its social context, and student assessment.

EDEP 657 Introduction to Program Evaluation (3)

Introduction to concepts and issues related to program evaluation. Topics include formative and summative uses, planning and design approaches, and metaevaluation processes. A-F only. Pre: 608 (or equivalent).

EDEP 661 Development and Learning (3)

Analysis and critique of (Piagetian) developmental stage theory and traditional behavioristic and cognitive learning theories; introduction to current models of learning and development. Pre: consent.

EDEP 662 Social Context of Learning (3)

Research methods and theories relating social mediation and learning group structures to intellectual growth.

EDEP 663 Models of Cognitive Learning (3)

Cognitive models of knowledge acquisition, organization, and utilization; theory and research relating learning and cognition to interactive instructional models.

EDEP 664 Instructional Psychology (3)

Application of learning theory and cognitive skills training in instructional settings.

EDEP 665 Social Cognition and Competence (3)

Systematic analysis of social reasoning abilities conjunctive with or prerequisite to effective social interaction in educational settings.

EDEP 685 Capstone Project in Educational Psychology (V)

To be taken in the final semester or the second to last semester to complete the certificate. Students are expected to integrate, extend, critique and apply knowledge learned in the certificate program. Repeatable three times, up to 12 credits.

EDEP 699 Directed Reading and/or Research (V)

Individual reading and/or research. Repeatable ten times. Pre: consent.

EDEP 700 Thesis Research (V)

Research for master’s thesis. Repeatable seven times.

EDEP 708 Educational Research Methods (3)

Research techniques and thesis development.

EDEP 711 Practicum in Educational Psychology (V)

Supervised practicum in teaching or program evaluation as each is reflected by professional activities of the members of the faculty. Repeatable six times. Pre: consent of supervisory professor.

EDEP 745 Creative Learning Strategies for Adults (3)

Analysis of psychology of adult learner; forces that affect learning in dynamics of individual, group, and organizational behavior; concept of lifelong learning vis-à-vis development of creative strategies that assist maturing, self-directed persons to develop their potentialities. (Cross-listed as EDEA 745 and NURS 745)

EDEP 768 (Alpha) Seminar in Educational Psychology (3)

Current issues and problems in the context of education: (B) general; (C) learning; (D) measurement; (E) statistics; (F) psycho-social development; (G) educational evaluation; (H) research methodology. Repeatable nine times. Pre: consent. Seminar may be repeated for credit as topics vary.

EDEP 800 Dissertation Research (V)

Research for doctoral dissertation. Repeatable unlimited times.

EDUC 615 Action Research in Education (3)

Theory and practice in collaborative action research; critical inquiry into current educational work in schools with goals of improvement of teaching and participation in school and curriculum reform.

EDUC 616 Prevention of School Violence (3)

Examines cultural and societal factors contributing to and extent of violence in schools, and outlines schoolwide education for social and emotional literacy, conflict resolution, peer mediation, and appreciation of diversity for peaceable and inclusive schools and communities. A-F only. (Summer only)

EDUC 617 HIV, STD, and Pregnancy Prevention (3)

Development of effective school-based HIV, STD, and unintended pregnancy prevention strategies, based on curriculum evaluation research and participant and student inquiries. Emphasis on serving as classroom models and mentors for other educators. A-F only. (Summer only)

EDUC 710 Professional Doctorate Practicum: Consultancy Project (3)

Practicum in the EdD program in professional practice; involves a group consultancy project requiring independent research and reflective activity embedded in a group project dealing with a problem of practice. Repeatable three times. Restricted to students in the Doctoral Degree in Professional Educational Practice. A-F only. Pre: other approval.

EDUC 720 Professional Doctorate Practicum: Individual Applied Research Project (6)

Practicum in conducting individual practitioner research within the EdD. Includes the formulation of individual applied research project, developing a plan of action, selection of appropriate methods, implementation of plan and composition of practitioner research report. Repeatable three times. Restricted to students in the Doctoral Degree in Professional Educational Practice. A-F only.

EDUC 730 EdD Conference (1)

Capstone for the Doctoral Degree in Professional Education Practice. Involves a conference presentation of research project results to an audience of faculty, fellow graduate students, and interested members of the public. Restricted to students in the Doctoral Degree in Professional Educational Practice. CR/NC only. Pre: other approval.

EDUC 740 Field Project (V)

Practicum experience in area of specialization. Variable credit: minimum of 3 credit hours, maximum of 6 credit hours. Repeatable two times. A-F only. Pre: consent.

EDUC 799 Internship in College Teaching (V)

Introduction to college-level teaching; doctoral students serve as apprentices to professors; responsibilities include supervised teaching, planning and evaluation. Repeatable up to six credits. CR/NC only. Pre: admission to PhD candidacy and consent.

EDUC 800 Dissertation Research (V)

Research for doctoral dissertation.

ESEE 310 Learner in the Environment I: Social and Cultural Contexts for Learning (3)

Knowledge and skills related to the context of teaching. Teacher candidates will examine the impact of culture, family, school, classroom, and individual characteristics on learning, and orally present, in varied formats, acquired knowledge and competencies. A-F only.

ESEE 311 Learner in the Environment II: Classroom and Behavior Management (3)

Teacher candidates explore the ethical implications for establishing, maintaining, and restoring the classroom as an effective environment for teaching and learning. A-F only.

ESEE 312 Learner in the Environment III: Behavior Project Implementation (3)

Teacher candidates demonstrate the ability to establish, maintain, and (when necessary) restore the classroom as an effective environment for teaching and learning. Candidates demonstrate ability to identify maladaptive student behaviors and implement effective, research-based interventions. A-F only.

ESEE 320 Assessment I: Foundations of Assessment (3)

Introduction to foundational aspects of assessment and emphasizes the importance of linking assessment with planning and instruction. Candidates develop knowledge, skills, and dispositions important for designing, implementing, and analyzing effective assessments for diverse learners. A-F only.

ESEE 321 Assessment II: Formal Assessment (3)

Understand techniques in the assessment, planning, and instructional process appropriate for students with mild/moderate disabilities. Inclusion of students with disabilities in the general education environment is stressed. Significant instruction on writing individualized education programs. A-F only.

ESEE 330 Planning and Instruction: Introduction to Inclusive Teaching (3)

Teacher candidates engage in reflective, procedural, and research writing to differentiate instruction based on learner needs, planning to facilitate inclusion of students with disabilities in the general education environment through evidence-based practices. A-F only.

ESEE 331 Planning and Instruction: Science (3)

Examination of content, processes, strategies, and issues related to the teaching and learning of science in elementary settings, K-6. Candidates learn to differentiate instruction based on learner needs, using evidence-based practices. A-F only.

ESEE 332 Planning and Instruction: Mathematics in Inclusive Settings (3)

Prepares beginning elementary school teachers of mathematics, K-6. Candidates learn to differentiate instruction based on learner needs, planning to facilitate inclusion of students with disabilities in the general education environment through evidence-based practices. A-F only.

ESEE 333 Planning and Instruction: STEM (3)

Examination of content, processes, strategies, and issues related to teaching and learning of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) content for inclusive elementary classrooms, K-6. Teacher candidates focus on planning, teaching, and assessing STEM. A-F only.

ESEE 334 Planning and Instruction: Integrating Social Studies and the Performing Arts (3)

Social Studies and Performing Arts integrated content in diverse K-6 classrooms. Teacher candidates engage with social issues through collaborative, expressive, aesthetic, creative, and critical pedagogy. Candidates perform, present, and teach to develop oral communication skills. A-F only.

ESEE 340 Planning and Instruction, Literacy I: Teaching Children to Read in Inclusive Settings, K-3 (3)

Overview of principles and practices for teaching reading (phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension) to diverse students, grades K-3; including planning, instruction, and assessment. Writing assignments include lesson reflections, case studies, modules, and reading responses. A-F only.

ESEE 341 Planning and Instruction, Literacy II: Teaching Children to Read in Inclusive Settings, Grades 4-6 (3)

Teacher candidates demonstrate essential reading comprehension strategies, engaging students in complex text by planning, instructing, and assessing elementary students in grades 4-6, in inclusive settings. Emphasis on writing instruction. A-F only.

ESEE 342 Planning and Instruction, Literacy III: Writing and Visual Arts in Inclusive Settings, K-6 (3)

Methods, programs, and strategies for planning, teaching, and assessing writing for elementary students in inclusive settings, grades K-6. Visual arts methods are integrated to develop visual literacy. A-F only.

ESEE 350 Field Experience I: Response to Intervention in Reading (4)

Teacher candidates in this field based course will use an evidencebased practice in reading within a response to intervention (Rtl) framework. Supervision provided by participating site personnel and college supervisor. A-F only.

ESEE 351 Field Rounds (2)

Field-based course engages teacher candidates in a variety of purposeful observation and reflection activities aligned with course work. Field settings are appropriate to concurrent classes; supervision provided by participating site personnel and college supervisor. A-F only.

ESEE 352 Field Experience II: Elementary and Special Education Classroom Settings (4)

Teacher candidates are immersed in a general education, inclusion, or a self-contained special education field setting. A mentor teacher and a field supervisor from the university provide support and oversight. A-F only.

ESEE 353 Field Experience III: Elementary and Special Education Classroom Settings (4)

Teacher candidates are immersed in a general education, inclusion, or a self-contained special education field setting. A mentor teacher and a field supervisor from the university provide support and oversight. A-F only.

ESEE 354 Student Teaching in Elementary and Special Education Classrooms (10)

Full-time student teaching in grades K-6 in an elementary school inclusion classroom, or a combination of general education and special education settings. The experience is directed by a qualified mentor teacher and has university-provided supervision. A-F only.

ESEE 355 Seminar for Student Teaching (2)

Seminar to support student teaching experiences and prepare teacher candidates to transition into a full time teacher, examine ethical issues in the field, prepare for employment, and demonstrate ability to meet professional standards. A-F only.

ITE 312 (Alpha) Introduction to Teaching, Elementary (V)

Standards-based planning, assessment, instruction, reflection; inclusive classroom management; unique multicultural environment; issues in education and curriculum. Developing knowledgeable, effective, caring professionals to support student’s academic, social, emotional, physical needs. Emphasis on writing instruction; lecture/ lab; (B) dual preparation in ECE and elementary education; (C) elementary education. A-F only.

ITE 313 (Alpha) Principles and Methods of Reading Instruction (V)

First of two methods courses focusing on theories and research-based practices related to reading instruction in elementary classrooms. Emphasis on writing instruction; lecture/ lab; (B) dual preparation in ECE and elementary education; (C) elementary education. A-F only.

ITE 314 (Alpha) Principles and Methods of Writing Instruction (V)

Second of two methods courses focusing on theories and research-based practices related to writing instruction in elementary classrooms. Emphasis on writing instruction; lecture/ lab; (B) dual preparation in ECE and elementary education; (C) elementary education. A-F only.

ITE 315 Field Training – Blended ECE (4)

Students spend 15 hours per week in settings appropriate to concurrently enrolled classes; supervision provided by participating teacher and college supervisor. Repeatable two times. A-F only. (Cross-listed as SPED 315)

ITE 316 Field Experience (V)

Supervised field experience in schools. Minimum of 8 hours per week in conjunction with professional education courses. Repeatable two times, up to three credits. A-F only.

ITE 317 (Alpha) Field Experience (V)

Supervised field experience in schools. Minimum of 2 full days per week in classrooms, plus mandatory seminar scheduled by UH Mânoa field supervisor. Taken in conjunction with professional education courses; (B) dual preparation in ECE and elementary education; (C) elementary education. Repeatable two times or up to 9 credits per alpha. CR/NC only.

ITE 318 Child Development from Prenatal Through Age Eight (3)

Growth and development of children from prenatal through age eight. Historical and current issues through a research-based ecological, cross-cultural perspective. Focus on children’s optimal development and how this informs teaching practices in early education. A-F only.

ITE 319 Children’s Literature (2)

Acquaintance with wide range of children’s books; criteria for evaluation of literature; using literature in the classroom.

ITE 320 Instructional and Assessment Methods for Multilingual Learners (3)

Introduction to language use and development as it relates to multilingual learners (MLL). Candidates analyze and apply strategies to create inclusive and collaborative classrooms for learners at various levels of English language development. A-F only.

ITE 321 Social Studies and Science in Early Childhood Education (3)

Assessment, instructional methods, and materials for teaching social studies and science to children in preschool through grade 3. Emphasis on developmentally appropriate practices and lesson planning for teaching social studies and science. A-F only. Pre: 417, and 315 (or concurrent) or SPED 315 (or concurrent). (Alt. years: spring)

ITE 322 (Alpha) Social Studies, Elementary (V)

Purposes, methods, curriculum, and assessment in teaching social studies. Focus: enriching children’s understanding of the communities of which they are a part through inquiry, investigation, collaboration, and expository skills. Emphasis on writing instruction; (B) dual preparation in ECE and elementary education; (C) elementary education. A-F only.

ITE 323 (Alpha) Science, Elementary (V)

Science education in elementary school; methods and materials; laboratory activities selected from new science curricula; (B) dual preparation in ECE and elementary education; (C) elementary education. Each alpha repeatable one time, up to 3 credits. A-F only.

ITE 324 (Alpha) Mathematics, Elementary (V)

Inquiry-based approach to concepts and algorithms of whole numbers and introduction to geometry/ measurement. Laboratory experiences with appropriate manipulatives; (B) dual preparation in ECE and elementary education; (C) elementary education. A-F only. Pre: MATH 111 and MATH 112.

ITE 325 (Alpha) Mathematics, Elementary II (V)

Inquiry-based approach to concepts and algorithms of fractions, decimals, graphing, and probability and statistics. Laboratory experiences with appropriate manipulatives; (B) dual preparation in ECE and elementary education; (C) elementary education. A-F only. Pre: 324B or consent for (B); 324C or consent for (C).

ITE 326 (Alpha) Visual Art, Elementary (V)

Scope and organization of art in pK-6 school curriculum, creative use of art media through laboratory experience; (B) dual preparation in ECE and elementary education; (C) elementary education. A-F only.

ITE 327 Curriculum, Materials, and Assessment Development for Multilingual Learners (3)

Introduction to the development of curriculum materials, and assessments for diverse and multilingual learners. Teacher candidates will develop their ability to organize, develop, and assess learning around standards-based subject matter and language learning objectives. A-F only.

ITE 328 Responsive Pedagogy for Multilingual Learners (3)

Introduction to the teaching of multilingual learners (MLL) in an elementary school context. Teacher candidates will learn specific strategies and methods for teaching non-native speakers of English. A-F only.

ITE 329 (Alpha) Performing Arts Expression, K-6 (V)

Standards-based teaching, with, in, through, and about music, dance, and drama. Developing verbal and non-verbal communication skills through creative expression with an emphasis on planning, teaching, and assessing preK-6 lessons that integrate the performing arts; (B) dual preparation in ECE and elementary education; (C) elementary education. A-F only.

ITE 343 (Alpha) Personal and Social K-6 Health Skills (V)

Standards-based planning, teaching, assessment in health education. Developing interactive learning opportunities to teach personal and social responsibility for health through curriculum integration. Training, practice and evaluation of oral communication skills; (B) dual preparation in ECE and elementary education; (C) elementary education. A-F only.

ITE 346 Methods of Instruction, Industrial/ Agricultural Education (3)

Techniques of individual and group instruction in laboratory and related classes, evaluation of various methods.

ITE 347 Management of Industrial/Agricultural Facilities (3)

Organization of instruction; handling supplies; maintaining equipment and tools; purchasing materials; keeping records; making inventories.

ITE 348 Teaching Business and Office Education (3)

Theory and methods of teaching business and office education courses. Pre: ACC 201 and either ACC 200 or ACC 202.

ITE 349 Teaching Marketing and Distribution (3)

Theory and methods of teaching marketing and distribution courses. Pre: MKT 341 or MKT 351.

ITE 353 Music in the Elementary School (2)

Goals, concepts, literature, materials, procedures, and evaluation for teaching music in grades K–6. For students in elementary education. Not intended for elementary music majors.

ITE 360 Introduction to Multicultural Education (3)

Concepts and methods to develop sensitivity and awareness of cultural influences on behavior as these relate to the schooling process. A-F only. (Cross-listed as EDEF 360)

ITE 371 Home Economics Education (3)

Curriculum design. Current educational philosophies and practices in home economics education. Teaching materials and techniques.

ITE 380 Managing Classrooms (3)

Analysis of the factors that contribute to learning in the classroom and the development of teacher behaviors that promote such learning. A-F only.

ITE 390 (Alpha) Student Teaching (V)

Full-time supervised experience in school. (B) dual preparation in ECE and elementary education; (C) elementary; (D) secondary; (M) dual preparation in elementary education and multilingual learning; (S) dual preparation in elementary and special education. CR/NC only. Pre: completion of all other program requirements, passing Praxis II exam(s). Co-requisite for D: 391D.

ITE 391 (Alpha) Seminar for Student Teaching (V)

With student teaching as context, examination of knowledge, skills, and dispositions for teaching; standards-based planning, teaching, assessment, and reflection; inclusive classroom management; professional growth and development; integration of research,
theory, and practice. Emphasis on writing instruction and ethical issues in teaching. (B) dual preparation in ECE and elementary education; (C) elementary (2); (D) secondary; (M) dual preparation in elementary education and multilingual learning (2); (S) dual preparation in elementary and special education (1). Repeatable nine times for (D). CR/NC only.

ITE 392 (Alpha) Student Teaching Modified (6)

Modified student teaching for individuals who have had prior extensive teaching experience or wish to repeat student teaching. CR/NC only. (C) elementary; (D) secondary. Pre: extensive teaching experience; requirements listed under “student teaching”; approval of review committee; consent. Co-requisite: 391.

ITE 399 Directed Study (V)

Individual work supervised by instructor. May consist of reading, research, observation/participation, teaching, and/or projects. Repeatable up to 12 credits. Pre: consent of instructor.

ITE 401 Principles & Methods of Literacies Within and Across the Disciplines (6-12) (3)

Examines how reading, writing, speaking, listening, technology, etc. are tools for learning content and engaging diverse adolescents across and within all disciplines. Includes a disciplinary literacies framework influencing curriculum planning, classroom culture, and assessment practices. A-F only. (Spring only)

ITE 402 (Alpha) Teaching Practicum (3)

Observation, analysis, participation and teaching in middle or high school. A seminar accompanies the field experience. Subject field: (B) art; (C) business and marketing; (D) language arts; (E) physical education; (F) industrial arts/agriculture; (G) mathematics; (H) science; (I) social studies; (J) foreign language; (K) music; (M) home economics; (N) interdisciplinary; (O) elementary; (P) English as a Second Language. Repeatable two times. CR/NC only. Pre: admission to COE Teacher Education Program and departmental consent.

ITE 403 (Alpha) Seminar in Educational Inquiry (V)

Study and discussion of general school-related topics and issues, e.g., dimensions of elementary and/ or secondary schooling, school governance, curriculum design and development, the student learner, classroom management; (B) service learning; (C) exploratory education; (D) international field study; (E) minor in education. Each alpha is repeatable one time, up to six credits. A-F only.

ITE 404 (Alpha) Teaching in the Subject Field (3)

Purposes, procedures, curricula, evaluation in elementary or secondary school subject field: (B) art; (C) business and marketing; (D) language arts; (E) physical education; (F) industrial arts/agriculture; (G) mathematics; (H) science; (I) social studies; (J) foreign languages; (K) music; (M) home economics; (N) interdisciplinary; (P) English as a Second Language. Repeatable five times for different alphas. A-F only. Pre: 401 or consent. Co-requisite: 402.

ITE 405 (Alpha) Teaching Residency (V)

Fulltime student teaching experience in school. Student teachers will receive training and evaluation for oral communication, organization, and planning skills. Subject field: (B) art; (C) business and marketing; (D) language arts; (F) industrial arts; (G) mathematics; (H) science; (l) social studies; (J) foreign languages; (K) music; (M) home economics; (O) elementary education; (P) English as a second language. CR/NC only. Pre: successful completion of all required courses; departmental consent.

ITE 406 Seminar in Teaching Residency (3)

Analysis and resolution of current ethical issues and practices in classrooms; teaching skills and strategies; curriculum planning, professional growth and development; and integration of teaching experiences with professional standards. Instruction in preparing an extensive written portfolio. A-F only. Pre: successful completion of all required courses or consent.

ITE 410 Supervision of the ObservationParticipation Student (2)

Basic guidelines for developing effective team relationships between the professional teacher and the observation-participation student. Pre: two years’ teaching experience and consent.

ITE 415 Observation and Assessment in Early Childhood Education (3)

Introduction to the purposes, theories, and methods of early childhood assessment. Emphasizes observation, documentation, and assessment to provide evidence of children’s
development and learning and how to use assessment to guide teaching and learning. Pre: 318 or consent. Co-requisite: 415L.

ITE 415L Observation and Assessment in Early Childhood Education Lab (3)

Field experience in early childhood settings to facilitate young children’s growth and learning. CR/NC only.

ITE 416 Teaching and Learning for Diverse Young Children (3)

Continuation of 415: focuses on the design, implementation, evaluation of meaningful, challenging integrated curriculum that promotes comprehensive developmental and learning outcomes for diverse young children (pK-3). Pre: 415 or consent. (Cross-listed as EDCS 416)

ITE 416L Teaching and Learning for Diverse Young Children Lab (3)

Continuation of 415L. CR/ NC only. Co-requisite: 416. (Cross-listed as EDCS 416L)

ITE 417 Foundations of Early Childhood Education, Ages 3–8 (3)

Planning child-centered, responsive programs for children. Focuses on play, learning environments, integrated thematic instructional design, guidance, assessment, and family engagement in early childhood and early elementary to promote enjoyment, growth, and development. A-F only. Pre: 318.

ITE 420 Supervision of Student Teaching (3)

Principles and methods; role of supervisor; human resources supervision in student teaching. Open to teachers interested in pre-service teacher education. Pre: three years teaching experience and consent.

ITE 425 Family and Community Centered Programs (3)

Knowledge and appreciation for the complex characteristics of children, families, and communities. Analysis and development of skills for creating respectful, reciprocal relationships with diverse children and families from diverse backgrounds. Lecture/lab. Pre: 318 (or concurrent), or HDFS 331 (or concurrent), or consent.

ITE 430 Advanced Supervision of Student Teaching (3)

Advanced principles and methods: clinical supervision, observation recording, analysis, interpretation of classroom teaching; human resources supervision in student teaching. Pre: 420, successful supervision of two or more student teachers, and consent.

ITE 436 Cooperative Vocational Education (3)

Planned work-experience program for special areas of vocational technical education. Acceptable type of wage-earning employment. Minimum of six 40- hour weeks or 240 work hours required. Repeatable unlimited times. Pre: consent.

ITE 438 Foundations of Vocational Education (3)

Historical and philosophical foundations of vocational technical education, overview of federal and state legislation and contemporary practices. Special emphasis on vocational education program in Hawai‘i.

ITE 439 Office and Marketing Technology (3)

Understanding and use of word processing, spreadsheet, and database software for business applications. Explore software across the office and marketing content areas.

ITE 440 Curriculum Implications of Multicultural Education (3)

Examination of trends, issues, school practices, and program in multicultural education and its related area of study–bilingual-bicultural education. (Cross-listed as EDCS 440)

ITE 441 Hawaiian Studies, Methods (3)

Examination of issues in Hawaiian and U.S. views of education and their application to the teaching of Hawaiian studies. Field experience required. A-F only. Pre: 312C, 312D; or consent. Co-requisite for BEd students: 317.

ITE 444 Education of Exceptional Children in Regular Classroom (3)

Practices that facilitate teaching special needs students in regular classrooms. Techniques for meeting academic needs, managing behavior, motivating students, increasing peer interactions, communication between special and regular educators. Includes an emphasis on instruction in writing.

ITE 445 Educating Exceptional Students in Regular Classrooms, Secondary (3)

Teaching secondary students with disabilities and those who are gifted/talented. Meeting academic/social needs, classroom management, motivation, peer interaction, collaboration between special and regular educators. Includes an emphasis on instruction in writing.

ITE 480 Issues in Computer Education (3)

Integration of microcomputers into school curriculum and key issues related to microcomputer use in education. Pre: LTEC 442 or consent. (Cross-listed as EDCS 480)

ITE 499 Directed Activity (V)

Individual work supervised by instructor. May consist of reading, research, teaching, and/or projects. Pre: consent of division director.

ITE 550 Newspaper in the Classroom (2)

ITE 572 Common Core State Standards in ELA: Content and Curriculum for Teachers (V)

Professional development for K-12 teachers to upgrade their knowledge of ELA content and develop their instructional strategies to be consistent with the ELA practices of the Common Core State Standards. Repeatable unlimited times. CR/NC only.

ITE 578 Common Core State Standards in Mathematics: Content and Curriculum for Teachers (V)

Professional development for K-12 teachers to upgrade their knowledge of mathematics content and develop their instructional strategies to be consistent with the mathematical practices of the Common Core State Standards. Repeatable unlimited times. CR/NC only.

ITE 582 (Alpha) Practicum in Curriculum Development: Natural Science (2)

For in-service teachers to upgrade subject matter and develop teaching methods and materials for instruction. Repeatable unlimited times. CR/NC only. Pre: teaching experience.

ITE 583 (Alpha) Practicum in Curriculum Development: Natural Science (3)

For in-service teachers to upgrade subject matter and develop teaching methods and materials for instruction. Repeatable unlimited times. CR/NC only. Pre: teaching experience.

ITE 600 Master of Education in Teaching Program Seminar (1)

Mandatory program seminar for Master of Education in Teaching (MEdT) teacher candidates; access to tools and skills necessary for distance education program success, introduction to the teaching profession. CR/NC only. Pre: admission into the MEdT program, or consent.

ITE 601 (Alpha) Professional Studies I (V)

Development of theoretical and practical knowledge base and skills for understanding, analyzing, and responding to teaching issues and problems. (B) licensure; (C) non-licensure. Each alpha is repeatable one time, up to six credits. A-F only.

ITE 602 (Alpha) Clinical Partnership and Practice I (V)

Supervised field study of a school. (B) licensure; (C) non-licensure. Each alpha is repeatable one time, up to 12 credits. A-F only.

ITE 603 (Alpha) Professional Studies II (V)

Development of pedagogical skills in planning and implementing instruction for target subject area/grade level. (B) licensure; (C) non-licensure. Each alpha is repeatable one time, up to six credits. A-F only.

ITE 604 (Alpha) Clinical Partnership and Practice II (V)

Team collaboration on responding to identified school need; supervised experience in mini-teaching. (B) licensure; (C) non-licensure. Each alpha is repeatable one time, up to 12 credits. A-F only.

ITE 610 (Alpha) Clinical Partnership and Practice III (V)

Supervised experience in instructional planning and practice teaching. (B) licensure; (C) non-licensure. Each alpha is repeatable one time, up to six credits. A-F only.

ITE 611 (Alpha) Professional Studies III (3)

Planning and methods seminar in conjunction with practice teaching. (B) licensure; (C) non-licensure. Each alpha is repeatable one time, up to six credits. A-F only.

ITE 612 (Alpha) Clinical Partnership and Practice IV (V)

Full-time supervised teaching experience. (B) licensure; (C) non-licensure. Each alpha is repeatable one time, up to six credits. A-F only.

ITE 613 (Alpha) Professional Studies IV (3)

Collaborative problem solving of issues and concerns encountered in current teaching experiences. (B) licensure; (C) non-licensure. Each alpha is repeatable one time, up to six credits. A-F only.

ITE 699 Directed Reading and/or Research (V)

Individual reading and/or research. Repeatable five times. A-F only. Pre: written consent.

KRS 101 Physical Fitness (1)

Conditioning exercises and activities to develop and maintain physical efficiency. Motor fitness tests administered to measure status and progress. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 102 Aerobic Fitness (1)

Aerobic fitness improvement upon completion of course by regularly attending and practicing safe workout routines. Learn fitness components, names of muscles and exercises associated with each one. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 103 Swimming: Beginning (1)

Adjusting to and immersing in water, floating, sculling; correct arm stroke, leg kick, breathing techniques and their coordination. (Student to provide own swimming attire approved by instructor.) Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 104 Swimming: Intermediate (1)

Perfecting and integrating basic strokes with added emphasis for speed and distance. (Student to provide own swimming attire approved by instructor.) Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only. Pre: 103.

KRS 105 Swimming: Advanced (1)

Correct techniques used in competitive swimming, racing starts, correct turning techniques, long-distance swimming. (Student to provide own swimming attire approved by instructor.) Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only. Pre: 104 or consent.

KRS 106 SCUBA Diving: Beginning (1)

Learning watermanship, equipment handling skills, and the knowledge to become safe divers. Additional costs for equipment, diver manual, dive tables, and certification fee. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 107 Aqua-Aerobic Fitness (1)

Combined lecture-lab-physical activity with emphasis on aerobic fitness improvement through total body aquatic workouts with music, and development of individualized aquatics fitness program. Open to all students. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 110 Golf: Beginning (1)

Rules, etiquette, grip, stance, drive, normal iron shots, approach shots, putting. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 111 Golf: Intermediate (1)

Corrective work on basic swing mechanics and rhythm; adjustments for bunker play, uphill lies, downhill lies, short game around and on the green; handicapping and match play competition. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only. Pre: 110 and consent.

KRS 112 Golf: Advanced (1)

Improving drive, fairway wood shots, long iron shots, control shots, trouble shots, putting, course management, competitive strategy, problems in rules. Greens fees paid by students for play on courses. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only. Pre: 111 and consent.

KRS 113 Human Physiology and Anatomy (5

Introduction to human physiology and anatomy designed to serve the needs of those interested in pursuing health-related careers. Structure and function of major systems examined (gross anatomy, microanatomy, physiology, and pathology). (Spring only)

KRS 115 Bowling (1)

Rules, etiquette, arm swing, approach, execution, scoring, spare pickups. Students pay charge for use of alley. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 120 Badminton (1)

Rules, etiquette, grip, forehand and backhand strokes, serving, smash, drive, net play, offensive and defensive strategy; singles and doubles play. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 123 Folk and National Dances (1)

Popular dances of various national groups, including square dances. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 124 Dances of Hawai‘i (1)

Background and fundamentals of hula. Selected dances with and without instruments. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 125 Dances of Hawai‘i: Advanced (1)

Advanced techniques in hula movements. Selected dances taught will be more complex, including work with instruments. Individual choreography will be emphasized. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only. Pre: 124 or consent.

KRS 126 Social Dance: Ballroom (1)

Social dances including fox trot, waltz, swing, and other popular dances. Basic steps, rhythm pattern, styling, and variations are taught. Social etiquette is stressed. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 127 Social Dance: Latin (1)

Social dances of a Latin flavor including rhumba, cha-cha, tango, samba, and others. Basic steps, rhythm pattern, styling, and variations are taught. Social etiquette is stressed. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 130 Tennis: Beginning (1)

Rules, etiquette, grip, forehand and backhand strokes, serving, volleying; singles and doubles play. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 131 Tennis: Intermediate (1)

Corrective work in three basic strokes and in net play; the lob, drop shot, overhead smash, and half-volley; applying spin in basic strokes; basic strategy in singles and doubles play. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only. Pre: 130 or consent.

KRS 132 Tennis: Advanced (1)

Improving upon the strokes introduced in 130 and 131; advanced competitive strategy; problems in rules; officiating; elements of tournament play. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only. Pre: 131 or consent.

KRS 135 Volleyball: Beginning (1)

Combined lecture-lab-physical activity with emphasis on beginner skills and knowledge relative to serving, passing, spiking, digging, blocking, and offensive and defensive strategy. Open to all students. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 136 Volleyball: Intermediate (1)

Combined lecture-lab-physical activity with emphasis on improving skills and knowledge through practice and cognitive activities relative to serving, passing, spiking, digging, blocking, and offensive and defensive strategy. Open to all students. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only. Pre: 135 or consent.

KRS 137 Basketball (1)

Rules, passing, shooting, dribbling, rebounding, individual defensive and offensive maneuvers; team offense and defense. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 151 Adapted and Prescribed Exercises (1)

Small group and individual guidance and instruction for students recommended by student health service. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only. Pre: consent.

KRS 152 Weight Training (1)

Kinesiology of lifting and weight training, various types of exercises and methods of training with resistance. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 153 Olympic and Power Lifting (1)

Exercise technique and prescription with an emphasis on anaerobic exercise. Explores advanced periodization models and their utilization, mastery of Olympic lifts, and plyometric programs. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only. Pre: 152 or consent.

KRS 154 Tumbling and Rebound Tumbling (1)

Single and combination stunts on tumbling mats and trampoline, balancing stunts; techniques of spotting; safety procedures. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 156 Heavy Apparatus (1)

Single and combination stunts on side horse, horizontal bar, parallel bars, still rings; techniques of spotting; safety procedures. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 160 Judo (1)

Rules, etiquette, method of falling and breaking the fall, simple throws and their counters, simple holds and breaking of such holds, randori. (Student to provide own gi.) Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 161 Aikido (1)

Rules, etiquette, basic rolls, simple holds and the breaking of such holds, specific physical conditioning exercises. (Student to provide own gi.) Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 163 T’ai Chi Ch’uan (1)

Classic forms of t’ai chi ch’uan. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 164 Karate: Beginning (1)

Rules, etiquette, basic stances, blocks, thrusts, kicks, ippon kumite, and selected kata. (Student to provide own gi.) Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 165 Karate: Intermediate (1)

Emphasis on improving the basic techniques (stances, punches, kicks, forms, and sparring); introduction to combination techniques. (Student to provide own gi.) Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only. Pre: 164.

KRS 167 Wrestling: Beginning (1)

Rules: fundamental defensive and offensive maneuvers and competitive strategy, i.e., takedowns, reversals, escapes, and pinning combinations; conditioning exercises. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 170 Yoga: Beginning (1)

Experiencing yoga and its effects on body, mind and consciousness of individual. Encompasses exercise, breathing techniques, deep relaxation, meditation, practice in concentration, and yogic postures. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 171 Yoga: Intermediate (1)

Corrective work and improvement of basic techniques. Exercise sets and combinations designed to develop endurance, flexibility, muscle and nerve strength, meditation, and deep relaxation technique. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only. Pre: 170 or consent.

KRS 173 Water Polo (1)

Fundamentals of basic water polo skills, namely, ball handling, passing, shooting, dribbling plus a brief introduction into beginning techniques of individual offense and defense. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only. Pre: 104 or consent. (Student to provide own swimming attire approved by instructor.)

KRS 181 Sport Proficiency I: Invasion (3)

Knowledge, skill development, and strategy of various invasion type games and sports. Sports like basketball, soccer, ultimate frisbee and/or others are introduced within a tactical framework. A-F only.

KRS 182 Sport Proficiency II: Net, Field, and Target (3)

Knowledge, skill development, position, and strategy of net, field and target sports. Sports like volleyball, tennis, softball, and golf are introduced within a tactical framework. A-F only.

KRS 185 Floor Exercise Gymnastics (1)

An entry-level course designed to develop students’ knowledge of men’s and women’s gymnastics floor exercise routines, including injury prevention, skill progression, spotting techniques, and routine choreography. Primarily for KRS majors; others admitted on space-available basis. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 186 Track and Field for Physical Education (1)

Knowledge, skills, and rules of various track and field events. Organization of track meets and strategy in competition. Primarily for KRS majors; others admitted on space-available basis. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 187 Softball (1)

Combined lecture-lab-physical activity with emphasis on basic skills, rules, etiquette, offensive and defensive strategies, position play, and game situations. Open to all students. Repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 201 School Health Problems: Elementary (2)

Responsibilities of elementary school teacher in recognizing and meeting pupils’ needs, emphasizing teacher’s role in health instruction, health services, school health policies. Repeatable one time.

KRS 202 School Health Problems: Secondary (2)

Responsibilities of secondary school teacher in recognizing and meeting pupils’ needs, emphasizing health instruction, health services, healthful school living, school health policies. Repeatable one time.

KRS 203 Introduction to Kinesiology (3)

Kinesiology as a professional field. Overview of history, philosophy, and current trends in kinesiology. Survey of psychological and sociological foundations of kinesiology, exercise, fitness and sport. KRS majors or approval. A-F only. (Fall only)

KRS 208 Recreation Services in Contemporary Society (3)

Theories and philosophies in recreation: history; contemporary issues; roles in modern society; relationship to health, physical education, and exercise science. A-F only.

KRS 210 Human Development (3)

Developmental processes across the life span. Life span perspective on psychological, social, and physical development. Human growth and development from conception to death with major theories and related research on maintaining healthy lifestyles. Repeatable one time.

KRS 232 Safety and Risk Management (2)

Understanding the fundamental principles and techniques of safety and accident-prevention programming emphasizing school, home, public places, on the job, and motor vehicle situations. Repeatable one time.

KRS 238 Outdoor Recreation Management (3)

Objectives and values of outdoor recreation; characteristics and determinants of programs; planning, organization, leadership, and facilities for recreational uses of natural environments. Repeatable one time. Pre: 208 or consent.

KRS 241 Health Education Curriculum (2)

Objectives of school health program, emphasizing scope and sequence of health instruction; critical examination of health curriculum guides from various states. Repeatable one time. Pre: 201 or 202.

KRS 249 Programming and Leadership (3)

Factors in planning and leading recreation programs; characteristics and responsibilities of leadership in relation to nature, scope, and resources of a variety of programs. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: 208 or consent.

KRS 270 Introduction to Health and Physical Education (4)

Introduction to foundational knowledge for effective teaching, history, philosophy, and current practices in physical education. Provides the basis for later coursework in K-12 physical education. Required field experience. A-F only. Pre: consent. (Fall only)

KRS 271 Performance Based Assessment in Health and Physical Education (3)

Assessment and evaluative techniques applied to health and physical education,
including test construction, performance-based assessment, measurement criteria and instruments, interpretation of data and content, as well as program evaluation. (Spring only)

KRS 302 Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (3)

Understanding standards-based planning, teaching, and assessment in health with a focus on advocacy, as well as the incidence, prevalence, and prevention of disease within sub-topics of health (mental, social, emotional, environmental, financial, etc.). (Summer only)

KRS 305 Principles of Sports Medicine (3)

Examines with some depth, principles of risk management and pathology of athletic injuries, major musculoskeletal structures, and concepts of evaluative skills, treatment, and rehabilitation for common athletic injuries. A-F only.

KRS 310 Coaching of Football (2)

Theory and strategy of offensive and defensive football coaching. Emphasis on coaching philosophy, selecting and developing an offense and defense, organizing practices, special situations, scouting, and training and conditioning. Repeatable one time. Pre: consent.

KRS 311 Coaching of Basketball (2)

Theory and strategy of offensive and defensive basketball coaching. Emphasis on coaching philosophy, selecting and developing an offense and defense, organizing practices, special situations, scouting, and training and conditioning. Repeatable one time. Pre: consent.

KRS 312 Coaching of Baseball (2)

Theory and strategy of offensive and defensive baseball coaching. Emphasis on coaching philosophy, selecting and developing an offense and defense, organizing practices, special situations, scouting, and training and conditioning. Repeatable one time. Pre: consent.

KRS 313 Coaching of Volleyball (2)

Theory and strategy of offensive and defensive volleyball coaching. Emphasis on coaching philosophy, selecting and developing an offense and defense, organizing practices, special situations, scouting, and training and conditioning. Repeatable one time. Pre: consent.

KRS 323 Music and Rhythm in Physical Education (3)

Use of music in physical education programming (K-12), emphasizing selection of appropriate music for specific activities as expressive or creative movement, movement exploration, rhythmic gymnastics, and dancing. A variety of strategies for teaching dance will be shared. A-F only. Pre: consent. (Spring only)

KRS 329 Managing Recreation Services (3)

Administrative framework and procedures pertinent to the operation of agencies providing recreational services to the various publics. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: 208 or consent.

KRS 331 Water Safety Training (3)

Theory and methods of advanced lifesaving and water safety leading to American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor (WSI) certification. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: 104 or consent. (Student to provide own swim attire approved by the instructor.)

KRS 332 Emergency Care and First Aid Training (3)

Practicum in training of persons to become qualified in emergency care knowledge, basic life support, and first aid skills. First Aid and CPR certificates may be earned.

KRS 333 Movement Education I (3)

A movement-based approach to teaching basic motor skills in preschool/elementary physical education. Students actively participate and learn about developmentally appropriate content and pedagogy for children in grades P–5/6. Peer bit teaching is included. A-F only.

KRS 334 Movement Education II (4)

(3 Lec, 1 1-hr. Lab) Content and pedadogy for teaching Pre/K-5 physical education. Students will learn to plan and teach physical education for children. Peer bit and field teaching included. Repeatable one time, but credit earned one time only. A-F only.

KRS 335 Coaching of Track and Field (2)

Techniques and rules of sprints, distance runs, relays, hurdles, long jump, high jump, pole vault, shot put, discus, and javelin throws; conduct of track and field meets; specific conditioning and training problems. Repeatable one time.

KRS 336 Coaching of Swimming (2)

Theory and methods of coaching competitive swimming. Technical, organizational, and administrative aspects. Emphasis on stroke mechanics and training methods. Repeatable one time. Pre: consent.

KRS 337 Fieldwork in Recreation I (5)

Initial supervised leadership experience in recreational agencies. One hour per week in class discussion sessions. For recreation majors only. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: consent of recreation advisor.

KRS 339 Special Recreation (3)

Special recreation as a professional field. Overview of special recreation services. Emphasis on recreation services for special populations. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: 208 or consent.

KRS 353 Structural Kinesiology (3)

Gross human anatomy, emphasizing identification and description of parts of the musculoskeletal system; selected applications to motor activity. Primarily for KRS majors, but open to others with consent. A-F only. Pre: 113 or BIOL 171/171L or PHYL 103 or PHYL 141/141L or PHYL 301/301L.

KRS 354 Exercise and Sport Physiology (3)

Emphasis on physiological responses to exercises and physical training as related to strength, muscular endurance, cardio-respiratory endurance. Primarily for KRS majors, but open to others with consent. Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Science, Health/ Exercise Science and Lifestyle Management, and Physical Education majors only. A-F only. Pre: 113 or PHYL 103 or PHYL 142/142L (or concurrent), or BIOL 171/171L (or concurrent); or consent. Co-requisite: 354L.

KRS 354L Exercise and Sport Physiology Lab (2)

Laboratory section to accompany KRS 354. Emphasis will be hands-on data collection and analysis of the physiological responses to exercise and physical training. Lab report development and scientific writing will also be emphasized. Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Science, Health/Exercise Science and Lifestyle Management, and Physical Education majors only. A-F only. Pre: 113 or PHYL 103 or PHYL 142/142L (or concurrent), or BIOL 171/171L (or concurrent); or consent. Co-requisite: 354.

KRS 371 Teaching Techniques I: Elementary (3)

Teaching techniques and methods of elementary physical education. Content to include basic skills and games in a school-based experience. Primarily for KRS majors. A-F only. (Fall only)

KRS 372 Teaching Techniques II: Secondary (3)

Teaching techniques and methods of secondary physical education. Content to include invasion, net, field, and target activities. Emphasizes the tactical approach in a school-based experience. Primarily for KRS majors. A-F only. Pre: 181, 182, admittance to COE, and consent.

KRS 384 Drugs and Society (3)

Introduction to psychoactive drugs and their effects; drug regulations; education and rehabilitation programs; psycho-social variables related to the decisions to use/abuse drugs. Pre: consent.

KRS 385 Physical Fitness for Physical Education Teachers (1)

Diagnosis and prescription for basic health and fitness problems, scientific principles of training, guidelines for exercise; essentials of scientifically based individualized physical fitness program. Repeatable one time.

KRS 388 Field Work in Strength and Conditioning I (1)

Supervised practicum in strength training and conditioning. Students will be exposed to the theory and practice of designing and implementing both strength/power, and general conditioning programs. Repeatable one time. Pre: 152, 354 (or concurrent); or consent.

KRS 395 Personal Health and Wellness (3)

Scientifically based information will be presented to help the student make decisions and take responsibility for his/her own health and health-related behaviors. The student will develop a personal, daily physical activity/exercise program, in which he/ she will participate and be monitored.

KRS 399 Directed Reading (V)

Individual problems. Limited to senior majors in health education, physical education, athletic training, or recreation with a minimum GPA of 2.75 in major field. Repeatable unlimited times.

KRS 401 Advanced Health Concepts (3)

Understanding health issues for individuals, families, schools, and communities, in regards to Hawaii K-12 schools. Focusing on the acquisition of functional health content and proficiency in health-related skills to enhance healthy behaviors in learners. A-F only.

KRS 402 (Alpha) Teaching Practicum in Physical Education (3)

Field experience in teaching physical education activities in schools, K-12; techniques in leadership; selection of activities and program evaluation for K-12 licensure. (E) elementary; (S) secondary. KRS majors only. Junior standing or higher. A-F only. Pre: admittance to licensure track; pass basic skills tests specified by the Hawai‘i Teacher Standards Board (www.htsb.org) or bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.

KRS 403 Guidance and Classroom Management (3)

Guidance principles applied to classroom management for teachers. Pre: consent.

KRS 404 K-12 Teaching Methods in Physical Education (3)

Methods and materials in teaching physical education activities program; techniques; leadership; selection of appropriate activities and program evaluation for teaching licensure. Repeatable one time, but credit earned one time only. A-F only. KRS majors only. Co-requisite: 402E.

KRS 405 (Alpha) Teaching Residency (9)

Full-time supervised experience in elementary and secondary school level. School level corresponds to level of licensure desired. (E) elementary; (S) secondary. Each alpha can be taken one time. Kinesiology & Rehabilitation Science, Physical Education, and Secondary Education-Physical Education majors only. A-F only. Pre: 402E (with a minimum grade of B-), 402S (with a minimum grade of B-), and 404 (with a minimum grade of B-); admittance to licensure track, pass Praxis II Core Academic Skills tests. Co-requisite: 406.

KRS 406 Seminar in Teaching Residency (3)

Analysis and resolutions of issues in teaching residency; teaching strategies and techniques; curriculum planning; professional growth and development. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: 402E, 402S, and 404 or consent; admittance to licensure track, pass Praxis II Core Academic Skills tests.

KRS 407 Psychosocial Aspects of Sport (3)

Examination and application of sociological and psychological theories to sport including the influence of race, ethnicity, gender, identity and human development, social class, disabilities, and sexual orientation on the sport experience. A-F only. Pre: consent.

KRS 415 Prevent/Care of Athletic Injuries (3)

An examination of the most recent practices and procedures in the prevention and care of athletic and sports injuries. Observational field experiences in athletic training will be required. A-F only. Pre: 113, or PHYL 103, or PHYL 141/141L and PHYL 142/142L, or BIOL 171/171L.

KRS 416 Fundamentals of Ergonomics (3)

Introduction to ergonomics principles and their application in understanding and prevention of Muscular Skeletal Disorders encountered in the working environment including introduction to legal aspects of ergonomics. Post-Master’s Certificate in Nursing majors only. Pre: 463 or consent.

KRS 419 Administration in Athletic Training, Exercise Science, Allied Health (3)

An examination of organization and administration in Athletic Training, Allied Health and Exercise Science. Content includes leadership and motivation models, legal liability, ethical considerations and management strategies for all aspects of Health Care Administration. KRS majors only. A-F only.

KRS 420 Lower Extremity Assessment (3)

An examination of the pathology of injuries to the lower extremities and their care and treatment designed for Athletic Training, Exercise Science and Allied Health professionals. KRS majors only. A-F only. Pre: 353, 415; or consent.

KRS 421 Upper Extremity Assessment (3)

An examination of the pathology of injuries to the upper extremities and their care and treatment designed for Athletic Training, Exercise Science and Allied Health professionals. Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Science, Health/Exercise Science and Lifestyle Management, and Physical Education majors only. A-F only. Pre: 353 and 415, or consent.

KRS 423 Curriculum and Supervision (3)

Effective program development, planning, and supervision, including issues in legal liability and administration of all aspects of physical education programming in grades K-12. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: 270 or consent. Majors only.

KRS 428 Current Issues in Leisure Services (3)

Philosophical foundations and current and emerging issues in leisure services management and programming. Coverage of leisure research and its implications to practice. Repeatable one time. Pre: 238, 249, and 329; or consent.

KRS 429 Evaluating and Marketing Leisure Services (3)

Basic methods in marketing, planning, evaluating programs and problem-solving methods, survey research, research design, data analysis, and report generation for park, recreation, and tourism systems. A-F only. Pre: 329 (or concurrent), or consent.

KRS 432 Emergency Care for the Professional Rescuer (3)

Combined lecture-lab on advanced emergency care for injuries and illnesses and includes certifications for CPR/First Aid/AED. Class size of approximately 20 students. Open to all majors. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: consent.

KRS 434 Coaching Athletics (3)

Combined lecture-lab with emphasis on scientific principles, theory and practice, and professional qualities of the coach. A-F only. Pre: consent.

KRS 437 Camp Resources and Planning (2)

(1 Lec, 1 3-hr Lab) Combined lecture-lab for camp counselors and camp leadership. Plan and evaluate camp experiences for children and youth, including those with disabilities. Includes field trips. Pre: 331 and 332, or consent.

KRS 438 Practicum in Camping (V)

Supervised leadership at a camp setting with children and youth, including those with disabilities. Day or residential camps. One full week camping for each credit hour. Maximum of four credit hours. Pre: 437 (or concurrent) or consent.

KRS 443 Disability and Diversity in Physical Activity (4)

(3 Lec, 1 1-hr. Lab) Participants will explore issues related to individuals with exceptionalities, how these affect learning and behavior in the health and physical activity settings. Oral communication practice and skills are worth >30% grade. Required field experience. A-F only. (Cross-listed as SPED 443)

KRS 463 Sport Biomechanics (3)

Concepts and scientific principles essential to efficient human movement; proper application of bio-mechanical principles to fundamental movements and selected complex motor skills. A-F only. Pre: 353, and either PHYS 100, PHYS 151, or PHYS 170; or consent.

KRS 470 Fitness for Life (3)

Physical education teachers will gain knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to plan, implement, and evaluate Fitness for Life curriculum (grades 6-12). Information is guided by national and state standards. Includes lecture, lab, and teaching experiences. A-F only. (Once a year)

KRS 471 Teaching Methods in Health Education (3)

Experiences in developing standards-based, interactive learning opportunities to teach quality health education in schools. Focus on creating curriculum and assessments aligned with the National and State Standards for Health Education. A-F only. (Spring only)

KRS 472 Learning Communities (3)

Theory, basic research, interactive process, and methodology of the cooperative learning process known as Tribes. Will develop participants’ abilities to foster and facilitate learning communities in a variety of settings. Repeatable one time. (Summer only)

KRS 473 Sociocultural Issues in Physical Activity (3)

Contemporary and historical perspective on sociocultural issues that influence American youth and instruction in a physical activity setting. Understanding culturally responsive practice in regards to culture, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual identity, class, obesity, and
urbanization.

KRS 474 Introduction to Statistics in Kinesiology (3)

Basic elements for: descriptive statistics, probability, inference, regression, and correlation analysis. A-F only.

KRS 476 Motor Learning and Performance (3)

Basic consideration is kinesthesis, motor ability, fatigue, developmental factors, practice, motivation in relation to motor learning and human performance. Repeatable one time. Pre: EDEP 311 or consent.

KRS 477 Motor Development and Learning (4)

(3 Lec, 1 1-hr. Lab) Motor development through the lifespan with an emphasis on fundamental principles and patterns. Areas such as memory, knowledge of performance, and motivation are incorporated and demonstrated through multiple writing assignments. Required field experience. Primarily for KRS majors. A-F only. Pre: 181, 182, admittance to COE, and consent.

KRS 478 Adapted Physical Activity in Early Childhood (3)

Concepts of developmentally appropriate practice, importance of movement in overall development, and design of physical activity sessions and environments for young children with and without disabilities are covered. A-F only. Pre: consent.

KRS 480 Nutrition in Exercise and Sport (3)

Effects of physiologic demands of exercise on nutrition. Emphasis on physiologic and biochemical basis for nutrition recommendations to enhance exercise participation and optimize athletic performance. Pre: FSHN 185, and KRS 113 or PHYL 103 or (PHYL 141/141L and 142/142L) or PHYL 301. (Cross-listed as FSHN 480)

KRS 481 Introduction to Research in KRS (3)

Research methods in the study of physical activity, types of research, statistical concepts and techniques, and reporting research results. Repeatable one time.

KRS 482 Commercial Recreation (3)

Overview of leisure services and trends in commercial, private and employee recreation, and resort and recreational tourism. The social, economic, and environmental significance is examined. Pre: 428 or consent.

KRS 483 Recreation Planning and Maintenance (3)

Examination of social, economic, and environmental factors of recreation and tourism development. Emphasis on methods, processes, citizen participation, design issues/regulations, and land use. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: 238 and 329; or consent.

KRS 484 Drug Abuse, Violence, and Injury Prevention (3)

Standards-based planning, teaching, and assessment on the scientific, socio-cultural, and
attitudinal aspects of drug abuse, violence, and injury prevention. Focus on incidence and prevalence, roles, prevention, and high-risk populations. A-F only.

KRS 485 Sexual Health Education (3)

Program planning, curriculum development and classroom teaching strategies in the areas of human sexuality, reproductive health, family planning, and family health. Focus on research-based curriculum and strategies to promote personal and social responsibility for health. A-F only.

KRS 487 Exercise Assessment and Conditioning Lab (4)

Designed to provide knowledge of laboratory techniques and procedures for aerobic and anaerobic fitness assessment, interpretation of aerobic and anaerobic testing results, and individual exercise program/prescription. A-F only. Pre: 480 and EDEP 429, or consent. (Fall only)

KRS 488 Practicum in Health and Exercise Science (4)

Culminating 160 hours of supervised practicum experience in health, wellness, fitness assessment, lifestyle management, and/or exercise leadership. Qualifying hours are contingent upon instructor’s approval in the registered semester. Health and Exercise Science majors only. Pre: current CPR and First Aid Certification, 152, 332, 353, 354, and 463; or consent.

KRS 489 Program Design in Strength Training and Conditioning (3)

Designed to provide theoretical and practical experience in supervision of a strength training center. Content includes program design, exercise techniques, organization, testing, evaluation, methods of strength development, facility design and special populations. Kinesiology & Rehabilitation Science, Health/Exercise Science and Lifestyle Management, and Physical Education majors only. A-F only. Pre: 152, 153, 353, 354, 354L, and 463; or consent.

KRS 490 Introduction to Athletic Training Clinic (3)

Introduction to the Professional Athletic Training Education Program and the Clinical Education Plan. Students are required to document all requirements and demonstrate proficiency in basic clinical skills. Repeatable one time. A-F only. ATEP Program students only. (Once a year)

KRS 491 AT Practicum I (3)

Introductory-level supervised experiences within the profession of athletic training. This practicum is required for the KRS entry-level Graduate Athletic Training Education Program. A-F only.

KRS 492 AT Practicum II (3)

Introductory-level supervised experiences within the profession of athletic training. This practicum is required for the KRS entry-level Graduate Athletic Training Education Program. A-F only.

KRS 493 Athletic Training Practicum III (3)

Advanced-level supervised experiences within the profession of athletic training. This practicum is a requirement for entry to the KRS Master’s Athletic Training Program. A-F only.

KRS 494 Athletic Training Practicum IV (3)

(5 2-hr Practicum) Advanced-level supervised experiences within the profession of athletic training. This practicum is a requirement for entry to the KRS Master’s Athletic Training Program. A-F only.

KRS 600 Counseling in the Schools (3)

History, philosophy, and organization of school counseling programs. Counselor role and functions, legal and ethical issues, contemporary issues, current methodology and resources. (Meets EdD common core elective.) Pre: consent.

KRS 603 Lower Extremity, Thorax, and Abdomen (3)

Human gross anatomy dissection of the lower extremity, thorax, and abdomen with emphasis on muscles, function, innervation, and vascular supply. Repeatable one time. Enrolled in DRB or KRS graduate programs (including Biomed Sci-Anat/ RepoBiol & Phys majors) only or consent. A-F only. (Spring only) (Cross-listed as ANAT 603)

KRS 604 Upper Extremity, Head, Neck, and Spine (3)

Human gross anatomy dissection of the upper extremity, head, neck, and spine. Emphasis is placed on muscles, function, innervation, and vascular supply. Repeatable one time. Enrolled in DRB or KRS graduate programs (including Biomed Sci-Anat/ RepoBiol & Phys majors) only or consent. A-F only. (Fall only) (Cross-listed as ANAT 604)

KRS 605 Human Growth and Development—Life Span (3)

Life span perspective on psychological, social, and physical development. Major theories and related research on human development; applications in policy planning and service delivery in counseling. Pre: consent.

KRS 606 Counseling: Theory and Practice (3)

Theory and techniques of counseling and guidance as preparation for practicum and internship. Application in school, college, rehabilitation, and community settings. Pre: consent.

KRS 607 Scientific Principles of Physical Conditioning (3)

Application of physiological principles to physical conditioning and athletic performance. Pre: graduate standing or consent.

KRS 608 Muscular Strength and Power Development (3)

Interpretation of scientific principles of muscular strength and power development. Examination of muscular adaptations to increased and decreased use. Pre: graduate standing or consent.

KRS 609 Athletic Training, Clinical Experience I (3)

(1 Sem, 5 3-hr Practicum) Practicum requiring performance of duties and responsibilities of athletic training students. Must be completed during first semester post admission into program. Athletic Training majors only. A-F only. (Fall only)

KRS 610 Athletic Training, Clinical Experience II (3)

(1 Sem, 5 3-hr Practicum) Practicum includes duties and responsibilities of athletic training students. Practicum must be completed during second semester post admission to the program. Athletic Training majors only. A-F only. (Spring only)

KRS 611 Athletic Training, Clinical Experience III (3)

(1 Sem, 5 3-hr Practicum) Culminating practicum requiring performance of duties and responsibilities of second year graduate athletic training students. A practical field experience in athletic training is required. Athletic Training majors only. A-F only. (Fall only

KRS 612 Athletic Training, Clinical Experience IV (3)

(1 Sem, 5 3-hr Practicum) Culminating practicum requiring performance of duties and responsibilities of second year graduate athletic training students. A practical field experience in athletic training is required. Athletic Training majors only. A-F only. Pre: 611 or consent. (Spring only)

KRS 613 Athletic Training Clinical Practicum (V)

(1 Sem, 5 4-hr Practicum) Advanced clinical practicum in which the BOC certified or certification eligible graduate student experiences an enhancement of athletic training knowledge and refinement of athletic training skills. Repeatable up to 10 credits. A-F only. Pre: consent.

KRS 614 Athletic Training Research Practicum (V)

(1 Sem, 5 4-hr Practicum) Advanced research practicum in which the BOC certified or certification eligible graduate student deepens their understanding and enhances their critical thinking abilities in order to contribute to the advancement of the discipline and the athletic training profession. Repeatable four times, up to 12 credits. A-F only. Pre: consent.

KRS 615 (Alpha) Clinical Examination of Pathology (3)

(2 Lec, 1 3-hr Lab) Examination, care and treatment of musculoskeletal, neurological, and neuromuscular conditions and pathology; (B) lower body; (H) head, neck and spine; (U) upper body. EL-GATEP majors only for (B). Athletic Training majors only. A-F only.

KRS 616 Advanced Orthopedic Assessment (3)

(2 Lec, 1 3-hr Lab) Advanced knowledge and skills of athletic training as they are specifically applied to the understanding, treatment, and rehabilitation of sport-related injuries. (e.g. epidemiology, legal, ethical concerns, sports psychology, pharm, drug abuse, health issues) Pre: ANAT/KRS 604 or consent.

KRS 617 Therapeutic Interventions: Modalities (3)

(3 Lec, 1 3-hr Lab) Physiology principles and operational procedures of contemporary therapeutic modalities as they relate to the care and treatment of athletic injuries. Athletic Training majors only. (Fall only)

KRS 618 Therapeutic Interventions: Rehabilitative Exercise (3)

(3 Lec, 1 3-hr Lab) Concepts and principles of comprehensive rehabilitation programs (therapeutic goals and objectives, exercise selection, methods of evaluation and recording progress, progression and return to competition criteria, and physiological effects of tissue trauma and inactivity). Athletic Training majors only. (Spring only)

KRS 619 General Medical Conditions in Sports Medicine (3)

An examination/evaluation of general medical conditions associated with sports medicine including pathology, care and treatment. Athletic Training majors only. Pre: PHYL 301, PHYL 302 or consent.

KRS 620 Seminar in Athletic Training (1)

Designed to provide the student with analytical skills and practical experience relative to research as it applies to sports related injuries. Repeatable unlimited times. Pre: consent.

KRS 621 Advanced Therapeutic Exercise (3)

Advanced concepts and evidence-based principles of rehabilitation programs. Enhancement of previously learned therapeutic exercise techniques and integration of therapeutic modalities and therapeutic exercise, including objective and functional goal setting and evaluation for appropriate progression and expedited return to activity. KRS majors only. Pre: 617 and 618 or basic therapeutic exercise and therapeutic modalities courses, or consent.

KRS 622 Athletic Training Capstone Experience (3)

Capstone culminating experience preparing the student for the computer-based BOC Exam and for a career in athletic training. Follows the students’ didactic and clinical preparation in the 12 competency areas of athletic training. Repeatable one time. KRS majors only. A-F only. Pre: 611 or consent. Co-requisite: 612. (Spring only)

KRS 623 Administration in Kinesiology (3)

Current problems, trends, and strategies in the administration of athletic training, physical education, recreation, sport and fitness programs in school and non-school settings. Repeatable one time. Pre: consent. (Cross-listed as EDEA 623)

KRS 625 Introduction to Community Counseling (3)

Philosophy, organization, and function of community service agencies, programs, and institutions as related to professional work in counseling. Pre: consent.

KRS 626 Introduction to Practicum (3)

Pre-practicum training for supervised experiences in school, community, and human service organizations. Focus on the counseling relationship. Includes a specialty observation-participation field experience.

KRS 627 Career Development and Vocational Counseling (3)

Theory and practice in career development and vocational counseling with individuals and groups; utilization of educational, vocational, and social resources in career counseling. Pre: consent.

KRS 628 Research and Evaluation in Rehabilitation (3)

Framework for understanding basic statistics, methodology, and evaluation of research in rehabilitation and related fields. Students will analyze research, conceptualize research, and apply research to practice. Pre: consent.

KRS 629 Counseling: Group Theory and Practice (3)

Theories and techniques of group counseling and guidance as preparation for practicum and internship. Application in school, college, rehabilitation, and community settings. Pre: 626 or 683, and 606, and consent.

KRS 630 Tests and Inventories in Guidance (3)

Tests and inventories for the assessment of aptitudes, achievement, and interests. Applications to educational, instructional, and career guidance. Pre: consent.

KRS 631 Problems of School Adjustment (3)

Principles of behavior affecting interpersonal relationships in school with emphasis on application to actual situations. Pre: consent.

KRS 632 Theory and Assessment of Intelligence (3)

Theory and supervised experience in individual intelligence testing, psychological report writing; psychometric and social issues in intelligence testing. Pre: 630 and consent.

KRS 633 Crisis Intervention (3)

Professional concerns about crisis intervention strategies, and counseling skills development. Crisis theory as applied to suicide, sexual assault/rape, natural and man-made disasters, personal loss, terminal illness, life cycle crisis, and the like. A-F only. Pre: 606 or consent.

KRS 634 Inclusive Physical Activity (3)

Advanced knowledge on issues of socio-cultural, learning styles, diversity, and exceptionalities, and how these influence instruction, engagement, and behavior in physical activity settings across the lifespan. A-F only. Pre: consent. (Cross-listed as SPED 634)

KRS 635 Elementary Physical Education (3)

Content and pedagogy for teaching preschool/ elementary physical education. Students will learn appropriate content and pedagogy for learners in elementary school. Bit teaching and field experiences are included. A-F only. Pre: consent. (Once a year)

KRS 636 Theory and Assessment of Personality (3)

Personality testing; practice in administration and use of personality assessment; examination of psychometric and social issues. Pre: 630 and consent.

KRS 637 Cross-Cultural Counseling (3)

Significance of cultural factors in counseling relationships, delivery of counseling services in multicultural settings with attention to Hawai‘i. Emphasis on process of cultural learning and implications for counselor roles and functions. Pre: consent.

KRS 640 Seminar in Physical Activity (3)

Trends, research, and problems related to physical activity across the lifespan. A variety of topics and contexts will be addressed. Enrolled in KRS graduate program only. A-F only. Pre: consent. (Spring only)

KRS 641 Seminar: Health/Exercise Science (3)

Review of selected current literature in exercise/sport science and leisure studies. Practice of presentation in group setting.

KRS 643 Secondary Physical Education (3)

Detailed examination of effective physical education curriculum and instruction in middle and high schools. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: consent.

KRS 646 American College Student (3)

Study of psychosocial characteristics of American college students and college environment, from viewpoint of student personnel work. Pre: consent.

KRS 660 Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling (3)

Theory/practice of marriage, family, and child counseling, including major model in clinical practice; supervised counseling project by each student. Liability insurance required. Pre: 629 or consent.

KRS 663 Biomechanics of Human Motion (3)

Principles of motion as applied to sport and physical rehabilitation. Introduction to the technology used in the analysis of motion. Pre: consent.

KRS 664 Physiology of Exercise (3)

Physiological bases of modern physical training methods and sports science. Repeatable one time. Pre: consent.

KRS 665 Metabolic Analysis (3)

Theory and practice of metabolic analysis of human performance examining each of the power systems used in energy production during exercise and how to use this information to prescribe exercise programs. Pre: consent.

KRS 666 Advanced Fitness Assessment and Exercise Prescription (3)

Provides knowledge of field and laboratory techniques and procedures for aerobic and anaerobic fitness assessment, interpretation of testing results and individual exercise program/ prescription techniques. Repeatable one time. Pre: consent.

KRS 667 Body Composition and Weight Management (3)

Analysis of the theory and practice used in the assessment of body composition and human physique. Includes strategies for implementing changes in body composition. Pre: consent.

KRS 670 Consultation: Theory and Practice (3)

Consultation in educational, business, health, community, and human services agencies. Pre: consent.

KRS 673 Research Methods in KRS (3)

The use of experimental designs/models in physical education research with emphasis on understanding the concepts, applications, and interpretations of statistical analysis. Pre: consent.

KRS 674 Assessment in Physical Activity (3)

Overview of assessment purposes, types, practices and procedures used in physical education for those with disabilities. Frequently used motor assessments and practices in collection of data will be specifically addressed. A-F only. Pre: consent. (Spring only)

KRS 675 Transdisciplinary Approach to Teaching the Motor Domain (3)

Highlights a trans-disciplinary approach for effectively teaching students with disabilities in the motor domain. Important characteristics and components of this approach will be shared. Strategies for its implementation will also be addressed. A-F only. Pre: consent.

KRS 680 Principles and Practice of Rehabilitation Counseling (3)

Principles, practices of rehabilitation counseling; review of history and influence of legislation on vocational rehabilitation; current issues, developments, with emphasis on local situation. Pre: consent.

KRS 681 Medical and Psychosocial Aspects of Disability (3)

Functional implications of chronic illnesses and disabilities on psychological, social and vocational areas of an individuals life. Case studies and presentations will stimulate discussion and help students to apply theoretical information into practical everyday context. Pre: 680 and consent.

KRS 683 Case Management in Rehabilitation (3)

Knowledge and skills required in case and case-load management in public as well as private sector rehabilitation sites. Emphasis on professional/ client relationship, interviewing process, decision-making, goal-setting, recording/documentation, time management, and other tasks. Pre: 680 and consent.

KRS 684 Psychopathology in Counseling (3)

Discussion-oriented course (potentially Web-based). Examination of theory and practice of diagnosis in the assessment and treatment of mental disorders and the use of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV) multi-axial system. Case studies will illustrate diagnostic issues. A-F only. Pre: 606 and 681, and consent.

KRS 685 Ethical Issues for the Helping Profession (3)

Developing ethical reasoning capabilities for resolution of ethical dilemmas likely to be encountered in counseling, psychology, and specialty practices (e.g., community, rehabilitation, school, mental health, alcohol and substance abuse, marriage and family counseling, and the like). A-F only. Pre: 606 and consent.

KRS 686 Vocational Evaluation and Assessment in Rehabilitation (3)

Theory, process, and techniques of vocational evaluation and assessment. Assessment methods and processes as they relate to vocational choice and adjustment of special groups. Pre: 681 and consent.

KRS 687 Assistive Technology in Rehabilitation Counseling (3)

Study of application of assistive technologies to enhance the lives of people with disabilities. Case studies provide the vehicle in guiding students toward integration of available information into reality of actual situations. Special emphasis on the importance of using a consumer-centered approach in providing assistive technology services. A-F only. Pre: 681 and consent.

KRS 688 Theory and Techniques of Job Placement (3)

Theory, process, and techniques of job readiness, job development, and job placement. Pre: 627 and consent.

KRS 695 Promoting Physical Activity (3)

Overview of the theoretical and applied study of physical activity epidemiology. Physical activity content includes benefits, factors that influence, levels, valid instruments to assess, and programs to promote physical activity. (Fall only) (Cross-listed as PH 695)

KRS 699 Directed Reading and/or Research (V)

Individual reading and/or research. Repeatable unlimited times. Pre: consent of instructor and department chair.

KRS 700 Thesis Research (V)

Research for master’s thesis. Repeatable unlimited times.

KRS 703 (Alpha) Practicum in Counseling (V)

Supervised clinical experience in counseling and guidance activities at an approved site, including a weekly class meeting. Provides practical application of formal academic training: (C) community service; (E) elementary; (H) secondary; (R) rehabilitation; (U) college. Each alpha is repeatable three times. Pre: 626 or 683, and consent.

KRS 704 Contemporary Issues in Counseling (3)

Current issues and problems. (Meets EdD common required elective.) Repeatable unlimited times. Pre: consent.

KRS 733 (Alpha) Internship I (V)

Supervised post-practicum experience in counseling and guidance activities at an approved site, including a weekly class meeting. Provides practical application of formal academic training: (C) community service; (E) elementary; (H) secondary; (R) rehabilitation; (U) college. Each alpha is repeatable three times. Pre: 703 and consent.

KRS 734 (Alpha) Internship II (V)

Supervised post-internship I experience in counseling and guidance activities at an approved site, including a weekly class meeting. Provides practical application of formal academic training: (C) community service; (E) elementary; (H) secondary; (R) rehabilitation; (U) college. Each alpha is repeatable three times. A-F only. Pre: 733 and consent.

KRS 741 Seminar in School Counseling (3)

In-depth study of professional concerns in school counseling. A-F only. Pre: 703 (E or H) and consent.

KRS 751 Seminar in Community Counseling (3)

In-depth study of professional concerns in community counseling. A-F only. Pre: 703C and consent.

KRS 761 Seminar in College Counseling (3)

In-depth study of professional concerns in college counseling. A-F only. Pre: 703U and consent.

KRS 775 Doctoral Seminar and Research I in Kinesiology (3)

Will expose the PhD student to the basic nature of behavioral and somatic science research. Learning experiences will consist of journal review, laboratory/field techniques, and subject or data collector exposures as directed by faculty mentors. Repeatable one time. KRS majors only. CR/NC only. Pre: consent.

KRS 776 Doctoral Seminar and Research II in Kinesiology (3)

Provide the PhD student the opportunity to be involved in research, under the direction of the faculty mentor, as the assistant project director and as the project director for pilot studies. Student will gain experience in these roles with close supervision by the faculty mentor. Repeatable one time. KRS majors only. CR/NC only. Pre: 775 or consent.

KRS 777 Doctoral Seminar and Research III in Kinesiology (3)

Provide the PhD student the opportunity to assume the role of director of a research project under the supervision of the faculty mentor. The research project will represent a piece of the ongoing line of research of the faculty mentor. Responsibilities will be comparable of a project director of research funded by a research grant. Repeatable three times or up to 12 credits. KRS majors only. CR/NC only. Pre: 776 or consent.

KRS 778 Doctoral Seminar IV in Kinesiology (3)

Designed to enable PhD students to gain a perspective of the discipline, both historically and philosophically, prepare them for the issues they may face in the real world, particularly higher education and help them initiate their dissertation. CR/NC only. KRS majors only. Pre: consent.

KRS 781 Seminar in Rehabilitation Counseling (V)

In-depth study of professional concerns in rehabilitation counseling. A-F only. Pre: 703R and consent.

LTEC 112 Technologies for Academic Success (3)

Virtual and hands-on analysis of technology resources and utilization in learning.

LTEC 113 Technologies for Academic Success– Business (1)

Virtual and hands-on analysis of technology resources and utilization in learning with an emphasis on business education. A-F only. Pre: 112 (or concurrent).

LTEC 414 Educational Media Technology (3)

Introduction to educational technology theory and practice with an emphasis on meaningful integration of technology and media into a variety of face-to-face and online learning environments for diverse populations. A-F only. Pre: upper division standing.

LTEC 415 Technology for Teachers (3)

Introduction to the application of educational technology in teaching and learning using strategies in design, selection, development, integration, and evaluation. Interactive delivery via distance education technologies. A-F only. Pre: basic teaching certification.

LTEC 430 Video Technology (3)

Overview of video uses in educational contexts. Includes video planning, production, and simple editing procedures, as well as selection, evaluation, and integration into learning plans. Pre: upper division standing.

LTEC 442 Technology in Education (3)

Planning and implementation of computer systems and applications for effective integration into classroom settings. Emphasis is on methods and strategies for using digital technologies to enhance standards-based learning by K-12 students. Pre: upper division standing.

LTEC 448 Social Media: Links to Lifelong Learning (3)

Exploration of social media and effects on individuals, communities, and world. Analyze and evaluate impacts of social media and ethical implications. Service learning component and research project link social media to personal fields of study. Pre: upper division standing (junior or higher).

LTEC 461 Foundations in Design Thinking (3)

Using real-world problems, students learn a creative problem-solving process that is human-centered and iterative, and practice design thinking mindsets (embracing ambiguity, learning from failure, and bias toward action) as they tackle the problem. A-F only. (Alt. years)

LTEC 499 Directed Activity (V)

Individual work, supervised by instructor. May consist of reading, research, and/or projects. Repeatable two times, up to six credits. Pre: consent.

LTEC 501 Professional Development in Educational Technology: Technology Skills for Educators (1)

Exploring technology resources needed for distance learning and classroom integration. Repeatable two times.

LTEC 502 PDET: Technology Skills for Educators (2)

Exploring technology resources needed for integration into classroom instruction. Repeatable one time. CR/NC only.

LTEC 511 Professional Development Education Technology I (3)

Specialized topics reflecting interests and needs of faculty in current issues of technology integration. Combined lecture, lab and discussion course. Repeatable one time. Pre: consent.

LTEC 512 Professional Development Education Technology II (3)

Specialized topics reflecting interests and needs of faculty in current issues of technology integration. Combined lecture, lab and discussion course. Repeatable one time. Pre: consent.

LTEC 513 Professional Development Education Technology III (3)

Specialized topics reflecting interests and needs of faculty in current issues of technology integration. Combined lecture, lab and discussion course. Repeatable one time. Pre: consent.

LTEC 514 Professional Development Education Technology IV (3)

Specialized topics reflecting interests and needs of faculty in current issues of technology integration. Combined lecture, lab and discussion course. Repeatable one time. Pre: consent.

LTEC 600 Theory and Practice in Educational Technology (3)

The profession of educational technology and the role of instructional designers. Theoretical and philosophical foundations underlying practice that include instructional systems theory, needs assessment, change theory, and relevant learning models. Practical applications of these theories to solve instructional problems in real-life settings. A-F only. Pre: LTEC major or consent.

LTEC 602 Innovations in Educational Technology (3)

Innovative technological advances and new media in the field of educational technology and their application in instruction. A-F only. Pre: LTEC major or consent.

LTEC 611 Educational Technology Research and Evaluation (3)

Review of existing research in media/ed technology, with activities leading to the preparation of final study or project proposal. Repeatable one time. LTEC majors only or consent. A-F only.

LTEC 612 Introduction to E-learning (3)

Introduction to principles of e-learning and their application in formal and informal instructional settings. LTEC majors only or consent. A-F only.

LTEC 613 Instructional Design and Development (3)

Basic concepts and techniques of instructional design and development, for application to solving instructional problems in real-life situations. A-F only. Pre: LTEC major or consent.

LTEC 620 Visual Design (3)

Theory and practice involved in planning educational/instructional graphic and photographic material for print and computer-based media. LTEC majors only or consent. A-F only.

LTEC 622 E-learning Theory and Design (3)

Principles of e-learning theory as well as design and development for instruction. Application to new media and web authoring. Repeatable one time. Pre: LTEC majors or consent. A-F only.

LTEC 623 Digital Video Design (3)

Development and utilization of digital video for the purpose of improving the teaching-learning process. A-F only. Pre: LTEC major or consent.

LTEC 632 Developing E-learning Environments (3)

Planning, design, and development of e-learning instruction for educational and training settings. Implementation of online course elements such as student interaction, course management, testing, and content delivery using a learning management environments and open courseware. Repeatable one time. LTEC majors only or consent. A-F only. Pre: 673 or consent.

LTEC 641 Emerging Technologies for K-12 Teaching (3)

Exploration and impact of emerging technologies in K-12 classroom teaching and learning and ramifications of these technologies on administrative structure of schools. A-F only. LTEC majors only or consent.

LTEC 642 Facilitating E-learning Communities (3)

Exploration of tools and design considerations for effective online communication and development of learning communities. Pre: LTEC major or consent

LTEC 643 Educational Technology in Informal Learning Environments (3)

Exploring the nature, application, and use of educational technology in informal learning environments, such as museums, cultural institutions, tourist attractions, and visitor information centers. Focusing on the analysis, selection, and development of various media choices. A-F only. Pre: LTEC major or consent.

LTEC 647 (Alpha) Learning with Emerging Technologies (3)

Exploration and evaluation of new tools and strategies for teaching and learning. (B) mobile learning; (C) free/open software; (D) educational games and simulations; (E) critical trends. Repeatable one time per alpha. A-F only. Pre: LTEC major or consent. (Fall only for (B) and (D)) (Spring only for (C) and (E))

LTEC 651 Interactive Multimedia Production (3)

The utilization and application of advanced authoring tools, combining video, animation, graphics, and sound to develop student-centered learning. Primarily for advanced LTEC students. LTEC majors only or consent.

LTEC 652 (Alpha) Authoring E-learning Environments (3)

Conceptualization of instructional design and its application to the development for e-learning environments: (B) assisted instruction (CAI); (C) managed instruction; (D) virtual reality; (E) animation. Repeatable two times. LTEC majors only or consent. A-F only.

LTEC 654 Programming for Games and Simulations (3)

Project-based exploration of the breadth of programming in the context of educational games and simulations. A-F only. Pre: LTEC major or consent.

LTEC 661 Design Thinking for Creative Problem Solving (3)

Using real-world problems, students learn an agile design and problem-solving process that is human-centered, iterative, and cultivates individual and group creativity. Repeatable three times. A-F only.

LTEC 662 Assessment and Evaluation in Educational Technology (3)

Evaluation and assessment processes, sources, and instruments applicable to systematic appraisal of learning with technology. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: LTEC major or consent.

LTEC 665 Research Design: Multiple Methods and Traditions (3)

Explores research methods used in educational technology with a focus on developing a design for dissertation research. Emphasis is on the use of digital technologies in data collection and analysis. LTEC PhD majors only. A-F only. Graduate students only.

LTEC 667 Qualitative Research in Educational Technology (3)

Introduction to qualitative research traditions and designs. Emphasis will be on the use of digital technologies in data collection and analysis. LTEC PhD majors only. EDUC PhD majors only with consent. A-F only. (Once a year)

LTEC 668 Quantitative Research in Educational Technology (3)

Application of methodological and statistical concepts in a projects-based classroom framework. Formative and summative evaluation, measurements, descriptive, and inferential statistics. LTEC PhD majors only. EDUC PhD majors only with consent. A-F only.

LTEC 672 Distance Education Technology (3)

Technical and instructional considerations for developing, delivering, managing, and evaluating distance education including voice, video, print, hypermedia and data transmissions. Pre: LTEC major or consent.

LTEC 673 Planning for Technology and Resources (3)

Planning, needs assessment, and change theory applied to the development and evaluation of long-range plans and the communication of a vision for technology in education. LTEC majors only or consent.

LTEC 674 (Alpha) Technical Issues in Educational Technology (3)

Applying theory of management in instructional technology support services and delivery systems. (B) management; (C) systems; (D) networks. A-F only. Pre: LTEC major or consent.

LTEC 676 Social and Ethical Issues in Educational Technology (3)

Examination of social and ethical issues as they relate to technology in instructional settings. Focus on social justice and societal impact. A-F only. Pre: LTEC major or consent.

LTEC 682 Cognition and Technology (3)

Interdisciplinary course that introduces a range of empirical research examining aspects of cognition such as attention, memory and learning, and how technologies can enhance and/or hinder these cognitive processes. Repeatable 3 times. A-F only.

LTEC 686 Information Literacy and Learning Resources (3)

Process approach to teaching information retrieval, analysis, and use. Emphasizes concepts, practices ineffective instructional design, selection of resources that meets learning needs. Required for Librarian HDOE licensure. A-F only. Pre: LTEC majors or consent. (Cross-listed as EDCS 686 and LIS 686)

LTEC 687 Learning Design Studio (3)

Practicum in instructional design, development, and technology in academic and non-academic settings, under close supervision, plus regular class meetings in seminar format. Repeatable three times. LTEC majors only or consent. A-F only.

LTEC 689 LTEC Training and Evaluation Practicum (3)

Practicum in educational technology training and evaluation in formal and informal settings, under close supervision, plus class meetings in hybrid format. Repeatable unlimited times. LTEC majors only or consent. Pre: instructor consent.

LTEC 690 Seminar in Technology Leadership (3)

Supervised activity in application of research in learning design and technology to teaching/training experiences. Repeatable three times. LTEC majors only and consent. A-F only.

LTEC 692 Practicum in E-learning (3)

Practicum in e-learning in academic or non-academic settings, under close supervision, plus regular class meetings. Repeatable three times. LTEC majors only or consent. A-F only.

LTEC 699 Directed Reading and/or Research (V)

Individual reading and/or research. Repeatable for 3 credit hours maximum each time. Pre: LTEC major or consent.

LTEC 700 Thesis Research (V)

Research for master’s thesis. Repeatable nine times.

LTEC 701 Instructional Design Studio (3)

Covers multiple instructional design models within the context of theory and research. Studio approach to focus on facilitating learning and improving performance by creating, using, and managing appropriate technological processes and resources. LTEC PhD majors only. Graduate students only. A-F only.

LTEC 705 Special Topics in Educational Technology (3)

Issues of topical interest in educational technology. Concentrates on a topic of current interest, including the new technologies for learning and teaching, and innovative strategies for design and delivery of instruction. Repeatable unlimited times. LTEC majors only. A-F only.

LTEC 750 (Alpha) Seminar in Educational Technology Issues (3)

Study and discussion of significant topics and problems. (B) instructional development; (C) online communities; (D) the future; (E) research. Repeatable unlimited times. LTEC PhD majors only. A-F only. Pre: consent.

LTEC 760 Seminar in Educational Technology Theory (3)

Doctoral level seminar for advanced students examining the theoretical foundations of research in the learning sciences and technology. Repeatable unlimited times. LTEC PhD majors only. A-F only. Pre: consent. (Once a year)

LTEC 780 Mixed Methods Research Design (3)

Mixed methods research is designed for PhD and masters students in education and social sciences considering combining qualitative and quantitative research. Covers philosophical and practical implications culminating in a mixed methods dissertation/thesis proposal. Repeatable one time. (Once a year) (Cross-listed as EDCS 780 and DIS 780)

LTEC 781 Advanced Qualitative Analysis in LTEC (3)

Advanced research methods focused on management and analysis of qualitative data using
technology. Reviews of different qualitative designs, data types, analytical methods, and software. Focused study of one qualitative design. Includes independent research project. Repeatable one time. EDUC, LTEC PhD majors only. A-F only. Pre: 667 or graduate level qualitative research course. (Summer only)

LTEC 782 Design-Based Research in Education (3)

Provides an introduction to design-based research in education. Reviews different design-based methods and guides students through the process of conducting original design-based research. Focuses on the gap between research and practice. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: 667 (with a minimum grade of B) and 668 (or concurrent).

LTEC 800 Dissertation Research (1)

Research for doctoral dissertation. Repeatable five times. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only.

SPED 201 Disability and Diversity in the Media (3)

Explores the changing disability experience as described in contemporary film, literature, advertising, news, sports and dialogue with persons with disabilities in the Pacific region and around the world. A-F only.

SPED 202 Global and Historical Perspectives of Disability in the Media (3)

Explores the history of disability representation across cultures. Emphasis is placed on examining evolving perceptions of disability as depicted in art, literature, print, film, and digital media. A-F only. FGB

SPED 304 Foundations of Inclusive Schooling (3)

Foundations of “special education” exploring philosophies, diverse and historical viewpoints, laws, and service delivery. Students reflect upon texts, films and interviews with persons with disabilities, their families and professionals to understand the culture of disability. A-F only.

SPED 315 Field Training – Blended ECE (4)

Students spend 15 hours per week in settings appropriate to concurrently enrolled classes; supervision provided by participating teacher and college supervisor. Repeatable two times. A-F only. (Cross-listed as ITE 315)

SPED 332 Young Children with Communication Needs (3)

Communication development of infants and young children, ages birth through age 8, with and without disabilities. Assessment and intervention to support the development of communication skills in inclusive community and school environments. A-F only.

SPED 390 (Alpha) Student Teaching in Special Education (V)

Full-time supervised experience in school. (B) elementary/special education; (C) early childhood education/special education; (D) unclassified. Repeatable one time per alpha. A-F only. Co

SPED 391 (Alpha) Seminar for Student Teachers in Special Education (V)

Seminar relating current educational theories with experiences. (B) elementary/ special education; (C) early childhood education/ special education; (D) unclassified. Repeatable one time per alpha. A-F only. Pre: requirements for registration listed under “student teaching.” Co-requisite: 390B for (B); 390C for (C); 390D for (D).

SPED 392 Student Teaching in Special Education Modified (V)

Modified student teaching for students from another institution completing student teaching at UH or for students who have prior extensive teaching experience. A-F only. Pre: requirements for registration listed under “Student Teaching,” approval of review committee and consent.

SPED 400 Field Training in Special Education (V)

Students participate in classroom settings appropriate to concurrently enrolled courses; supervision provided by participating teacher and college supervisor. Repeatable up to 10 credits. A-F only.

SPED 402 Writing for Educational Professionals (3)

Instruction on learning to write as professional educators. Strategies for developing and enhancing professional writing for the field of education. Peer and instructor feedback on writing throughout course. Technologies used to assist with writing. Repeatable one time. A-F only.

SPED 412 Individuals with Severe Disabilities/ Autism (3)

Etiology, characteristics, and development of individuals with severe disabilities and autism; historical, theoretical, and legal issues affecting individuals with severe disabilities and autism; multicultural, family, and consumer issues; professional and ethical issues in providing services. A-F only.

SPED 414 Education of Gifted Students (3)

Characteristics and educational provisions for gifted children and youth with particular attention to psychological aspects of creativity

SPED 415 Education Program for the Gifted/ Talented (3)

Utilization and evaluation of teaching/ learning models for gifted/talented students, including consideration of roles, expectancies for learning, and organizational procedures.

SPED 421 (Alpha) Strategies for Reading Difficulties (V)

Overview of methods, programs, and strategies for reading instruction designed to improve the performance of elementary students, grades K-6, who experience difficulties in reading acquisition, fluency, and comprehension. (B) elementary/special education; (C) early childhood education/special education; (D) unclassified. Repeatable one time per alpha. A-F only.

SPED 425 (Alpha) Partnerships with Families and Professionals (V)

Knowledge and skills for relating effectively with families and professionals on behalf of the children and youth with and without disabilities. Coverage of the context in which family members and school personnel interact. (B) elementary/special education; (C) early childhood education/special education; (D) unclassified. Repeatable one time per alpha. A-F only.

SPED 443 Disability and Diversity in Physical Activity (4)

(3 Lec, 1 1-hr. Lab) Participants will explore issues related to individuals with
exceptionalities, how these affect learning and behavior in the health and physical activity settings. Oral communication practice and skills are worth >30% grade. Required field experience. A-F only. (Cross-listed as KRS 443)

SPED 444 Educating Exceptional Students in Regular Classrooms–Elementary (3)

Teaching elementary students with disabilities and those who are gifted/talented. Meeting academic/social needs, classroom management, motivation, peer interaction, collaboration between special and regular educators. Includes an emphasis on instruction in writing.

SPED 445 Educating Exceptional Students in Regular Classrooms–Secondary (3)

Teaching secondary students with disabilities and those who are gifted/talented. Meeting academic/social needs, classroom management, motivation, peer interaction. Collaboration between special and regular educators. Includes an emphasis on instruction in writing.

SPED 446 Seminar in Special Education (3)

Study of issues, trends, and research into special education programming and service delivery. Repeatable two times. Pre: consent.

SPED 451 Programs for Infants/Toddlers (3)

Examination of current theory, research, issues, and models in programs for infants and toddlers including criteria for evaluation and planning. A-F only. Pre: HDFS 230 (or concurrent) and HDFS 331 (or concurrent), or consent. (Cross-listed as EDCS 451)

SPED 452 Preschool Children–Special Needs (3)

Examination of application of current research and practices for serving preschool children with special needs. Pre: HDFS 230 (or concurrent), or consent.

SPED 461 (Alpha) Assessment, Planning, and Instruction for Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities (3)

Techniques in the assessment, planning, and instructional process appropriate for students with mild/moderate disabilities. Stress on program development to facilitate inclusion of students with disabilities into general education environment. (B) elementary/special education; (C) early childhood elementary/special education; (D) unclassified. A-F only.

SPED 462 (Alpha) Assessment, Planning, and Instruction for Students with Severe Disabilities/ Autism (3)

Techniques in the assessment, planning, and instructional process appropriate for students with severe disabilities/autism. Focus on program development to facilitate the inclusion of students with disabilities into general education settings. (B) elementary/special education; (C) early childhood education/special education, emphasis on writing instruction in teaching special education; (D) unclassified. A-F only.

SPED 478 Assistant-Level Applied Behavior Analysis Fieldwork (V)

Field experience in applied behavior analysis at the assistant level supervised by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). The format is a combination of fieldwork and seminar meetings. Repeatable nine times, up to 20 credits. A-F only.

SPED 480 (Alpha) Instructional and Assistive Technology (V)

Addresses instructional and assistive technologies for special education and general education settings; technology-based instructional strategies that support inclusion and address academic and behavioral objectives; and application of Universal Design for Learning to support access to the general curriculum for diverse students in the PreK-12 classroom setting. (B) elementary/special education; (C) early childhood education/special education; (D) unclassified. Repeatable one time per alpha; repeatable up to six credits for (B). A-F only.

SPED 485 (Alpha) Classroom Organization and Management (3)

Knowledge and skills related to basic organizational management of an inclusive classroom, including scheduling, grouping, and stress and time management; techniques of applied behavior management, emphasizing behavior change and practical implementation of learning principles. (B) elementary/special education, V credits; (C) early childhood education/special education; (D) unclassified. Repeatable up to six credits for (B). A-F only.

SPED 486 Theoretical Basis for Teaching Special-Needs Students (3)

Survey of biophysical, behavioral, social/ecological, psychodynamic/ psychoeducational, cognitive/developmental, counter-theoretical approaches to teaching exceptional students. Opportunity for the development and/ or strengthening of one’s own theoretical frame of reference.

SPED 487 Characteristics/Strategies for Teaching At-Risk Students (3)

Survey of educational, behavioral, and emotional characteristics of students who are at-risk for school failure and strategies to work with such students. A-F only.

SPED 499 Directed Reading/Research (V)

Individual reading, research, and/or projects under direct supervision of instructors. Repeatable nine times. Pre: consent of instructor or department chair.

SPED 501 Post-Baccalaureate in Special Education Program Seminar (1)

Mandatory program seminar for Post-Baccalaureate in Special Education (PBSPED) teacher candidates; access to tools and skills necessary for distance education program success; Introduction to the Special Education teaching profession. Post-Bac in SPED majors only. CR/NC only. Pre: consent.

SPED 526 Field Experience in Special EducationPost Baccalaureate (2)

Students spend a minimum of 100 hours over a minimum of 11 weeks in settings appropriate to SPED-PCert program emphasis (mild/ moderate or severe/autism); supervision provided by participating teacher and/or college supervisor. Repeatable two times. Post-Baccalaureate in Special Education only. A-F only. Pre: 304 or 412.

SPED 527 Student Teaching in Special EducationPost Baccalaureate Programs (6)

Supervised student teaching with a master teacher in PreK-12 educational settings appropriate to SPED-Pcert emphasis (mildmoderate, severe/autism); minimum 280 hours in minimum 11 weeks. Supervision by master teacher and university supervisor. Repeatable one time. A-F only.

SPED 528 Internship in Special Education-Post Baccalaureate Programs (V)

Supervised teaching experience in PreK-12 educational settings appropriate to SPED-Pcert program emphasis (mild/moderate or severe/autism); supervision provided by master teacher/university mentor, and university supervisor. Must enroll for two consecutive semesters. Repeatable two times, up to 14 credits. A-F only.

SPED 581 (Alpha) Practicum in Special Education (1)

For in-service school/community personnel to present new ideas, approaches, instructional methods, materials for teaching exceptional individuals. (B–E) general SPED; (F–G) secondary programming/ SPED; (H–I) bilingual/multicultural/special needs; (J–K) severe disabilities; (M–N) early childhood/ special needs; (O–P) career/vocational/special needs; (Q–R) computer/special needs; (S–T) arts/special needs; (U–W) computer training/special needs; (X–Y) consultant skills/special needs; (Z) Ho‘okoho. Repeatable nine times. CR/NC only. Pre: teaching or related work experience.

SPED 582 (Alpha) Practicum in Special Education (2)

For in-service school/community personnel to present new ideas, approaches, instructional methods, materials for teaching exceptional individuals. (B–E) general SPED; (F–G) secondary programming/SPED; (H–I) bilingual/multicultural/special needs; (J–K) needs; (Q–R) computer/special needs; (S–T) arts/ special needs; (U–W) computer training/special needs; (X–Y) consultant skills/special needs; (Z) Ho‘okoho. Repeatable nine times. CR/NC only. Pre: teaching or related work experience.

SPED 583 (Alpha) Practicum in Special Education (3)

For in-service school/community personnel to present new ideas, approaches, instructional methods, materials for teaching exceptional individuals. (B–E) general SPED; (F–G) secondary programming/ SPED; (H–I) bilingual/multicultural/special needs; (J–K) severe disabilities; (M–N) early childhood/ special needs; (O–P) career/vocational/special needs; (Q–R) computer/special needs; (S–T) arts/special needs; (U–W) computer training/special needs; (X–Y) consultant skills/special needs; (Z) Ho‘okoho. Repeatable eight times. CR/NC only. Pre: teaching or related work experience.

SPED 590 Internship, Special Education (6)

Supervised field activities involving the programming and instruction of special-needs students within training programs in Hawai‘i and the Pacific Basin. Pre: consent.

SPED 600 Foundations of Exceptionality (3)

Theoretical, legal and multicultural foundations for assessing, teaching and developing individual service plans across the lifespan for persons with disabilities. A-F only. Pre: consent.

SPED 601 Instructional/Assistive Technology and Universal Design for Learning (3)

Strategies for using instructional and assistive technology, digital tools and media, and Universal Design for Learning to support learning needs of students with disabilities and other diverse learners in the K-12 classroom. Pre: one of 480, LTEC 414, or LTEC 442.

SPED 602 Special Education Law and Compliance (3)

Examination of the federal, state, and local government roles in special education with special emphasis on case and regulatory law. Focus on understanding special education law necessary in providing services to students with disabilities in a variety of placements. Appropriate for special/general education teachers, administrators, or related service providers. Pre: consent.

SPED 603 Principles of Behavior (3)

Principles and laws governing behavior and methods that can be used to accomplish educationally relevant changes in student performance. Emphasis on the conceptual basis for changing behavior and use of technologies for changing behavior in school and community settings. A-F only. Pre: consent.

SPED 605 Collaboration in School and Community Settings (3)

Collaboration skills necessary to function as team members and to ensure the success of students with disabilities in inclusive school and community settings. A-F only. Pre: consent.

SPED 606 Language Development for Deaf Children (3)

General theories of first and second language development applied to development of ASL and English in deaf children. Relationship of theory to educational practice. Taught in ASL and English. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: admission into Deaf Education program or consent. (Alt. years)

SPED 607 Audiology and Spoken English for Deaf Students (3)

Developmental principles of audiology and speech (i.e., spoken English) will be used to examine assessment procedures and intervention strategies appropriate to deaf students in a variety of educational placements. Classroom applications will be presented. Taught in ASL and English. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: admission into Deaf Education program or consent. (Alt. years)

SPED 608 Literacy Development for Deaf Students (6)

Basic concepts related to language, language development and recognition of language-related learning problems of deaf students; strategies for teaching reading and writing to deaf students. Repeatable one times. A-F only. Pre: 461 and 606, or consent. (Alt. years)

SPED 609 Seminar in Bilingual Deaf Education (3)

Study of issues, trends and methods in ASL/ English bilingual education for deaf students. Taught in ASL and English. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: 606, 607 and 608; or consent. (Alt. years)

SPED 610 Advanced Assessment and Curriculum Development–Deaf (3)

Assessment methods and techniques used with deaf students that emphasize the bond between curriculum-based assessment and curriculum-based programming through planning and providing cyclical instruction across content areas based on ongoing diagnostic assessment. Taught in ASL and English. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: 609 or consent. (Alt. years)

SPED 611 Methods and Strategies for Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities (3)

Techniques for providing effective instruction including: best instructional practice, lesson planning, teacher-directed and student-mediated instructional strategies, and curricular approaches for working with students with mild/moderate disabilities. A-F only. Pre: 304 or consent.

SPED 613 Advanced Assessment and Curriculum Development (3)

Assessment methods and techniques that emphasize the bond between curriculum-based assessment and curriculum-based programming. Planning and cyclical instruction across content areas based on ongoing diagnostic assessment. SPED majors only. A-F only. Pre: 461 or consent.

SPED 614 Assessment and Instruction—Severe Disabilities and Autism (3)

Basic principles of assessment, instruction, and curriculum development; application of formal and informal assessment procedures for goal selection, formulating instructional plans, and adapting instructional materials to accommodate learning needs of students with severe disabilities and autism. Pre: consent.

SPED 615 Family-Centered Approaches in Deaf Education (1)

Prepare teachers to deliver family-centered home-based services to families of deaf children using the SKI-HI model. Course will be taught in ASL and English. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: 606, 607 and 608; or consent. (Alt. years)

SPED 616 Collaboration–Working with Deaf Students in Inclusive Settings (3)

Collaboration skills for working with general education teachers, specialists, paraprofessionals, families and community members to support the success of deaf students in inclusive settings. Taught in ASL and English. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: 606, 607 and 608; or consent. (Alt. years)

SPED 617 Transition Strategies for Deaf Students (1)

Collaborative model for facilitating the transition of deaf and hard-of-hearing students to develop appropriate transition plans and effective plans of study. Taught in ASL and English. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: 606, 607 and 608; or consent. (Alt. years)

SPED 618 Adaptations and Special ProceduresStudents/Severe Disabilities/Autism (3)

Adaptations and special intervention procedures to support the participation of individuals with severe motor, communication, and/or adaptive behavior disabilities in inclusive school and community settings. Includes lab work. SPED majors only. A-F only. Pre: consent.

SPED 620 Strategies Across Content Area (3)

Strategies for teaching math, science, and social sciences to students of all ages with mild/moderate disabilities; selection of appropriate materials, teaching techniques, curriculum development. Pre: 611 or consent.

SPED 621 Language Arts Strategies: Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities (3)

Basic concepts related to language, language development, and recognition of language-related learning problems of students with mild/moderate disabilities; strategies for teaching language arts curricula (listening, speaking, reading, writing) to students of all ages with learning problems. A-F only. Pre: 304 or consent.

SPED 622 Children’s Literature for Deaf Students (3)

Introduction to English literature translated into American Sign Language (ASL) including discussion of ASL literature genres, the importance of translation, selection of literature; story reading, book reading, and retelling. Taught in ASL. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: 609 or consent. (Alt. years)

SPED 625 Teaching Skills for Social Competence (3)

Issues in social development, self-determination, and social skills competence training for children and youth with disabilities; experience in group social skills training and development of individualized programs. Pre: either 485 or 630, and either 611 or 614; or consent.

SPED 626 Field Experiences in Special Education (3)

Students spend a minimum of nine hours per week in settings appropriate to concurrently enrolled courses; supervision provided by participating teacher and college supervisor. Repeatable three times. A-F only. Pre: consent.

SPED 627 Advanced Practicum (6)

Supervised education/community experiences; minimum of 20 hours weekly with special-needs population (MR, LD, SED, SMH); pre-school through postsecondary settings (public/private). Related seminar or equivalent and completion of SPED core required. Repeatable one time. Pre: consent.

SPED 628 Internship (3)

Supervised education/ community experiences with special needs populations (MR, LD, SED, SMH), preschool through postsecondary settings. Completion of SPED core required; must enroll for two consecutive semesters. A-F only. Repeatable two times. Pre: 626 and consent.

SPED 629 Clinical Practice Special Projects (V)

Development and implementation of a field-based research professional development project under the direction of the student’s advisor; limited to students enrolled in the interdisciplinary program. Repeatable up to 12 credits. A-F only. Pre: advisor’s approval.

SPED 630 Positive Behavioral Support-Severe Disabilities and Autism (3)

Principles and laws governing human behavior and positive methods for eliminating significant behavior problems for students with severe disabilities and autism. Emphasis on the functions of behavior, experimental techniques for documenting behavior change, and the use of technologies for improving behavior in school and community settings. A-F only. Pre: consent.

SPED 631 Early Intervention for Special Populations (3)

Issues important to early childhood special education. Early screening and assessment, working with families, curriculum options/models, program evaluation. Pre: consent.

SPED 632 Language/Communication Intervention-Communication Disorders/Autism (3)

Current research in normal language learning, assessment, planning, implementation, evaluation of language delayed/disordered children, including children with autism. Procedures for attaining language/functional communication objectives using ongoing routines/activities. Pre: consent.

SPED 633 Motor Development/Intervention for Students with Severe Disabilities (3)

Normal/ abnormal motor development; description/etiology of physically disabling conditions influencing motor development; analysis/application of assessment/intervention strategies to promote motor development; positioning and handling skills. Pre: 614 (or concurrent) or consent.

SPED 634 Inclusive Physical Activity (3)

Advanced knowledge on issues of socio-cultural, learning styles, diversity, and exceptionalities, and how these influence instruction, engagement, and behavior in physical activity settings across the lifespan. A-F only. Pre: consent. (Cross-listed as KRS 634)

SPED 635 Procedures for Early Childhood Special Education (3)

Assessment and intervention strategies to promote behavior change with young children with disabilities. Promoting child skill gains and integrated programming options. A-F only. Pre: consent.

SPED 637 Topics and Issues in Reading Difficulties (3)

Introduction of foundational knowledge of language and literacy development. Current topics and issues related to literacy development in students with Dyslexia and related reading difficulties. Repeatable one time. A-F only.

SPED 638 Fundamentals of Language and Literacy (3)

Introduction of basic linguistic structures of written English related to reading, spelling, and writing for beginning or struggling readers. Covers evidence-based practices for teaching literacy to students with Dyslexia and related reading difficulties. Repeatable one time. A-F only.

SPED 639 Advanced Fundamentals of Language and Literacy (3)

Advanced linguistic structures of written English related to reading, spelling, and writing for older students. Covers diagnostic assessment, planning, instruction, and progress monitoring for students with Dyslexia or related reading difficulties. Repeatable one time. A-F only.

SPED 640 Seminar on Mild/Moderate Disabilities (3)

Study of issues, research, program development in the area of mild/moderate disabilities. Repeatable two times. Pre: consent.

SPED 641 (Alpha) Seminar in Issues in Special Education (3)

Seminar on issues, trends, research, and program development in the field of special education. (B) current issues and trends; (C) technology; (D) foundations; (E) developmental disabilities; (F) cultural and linguistic diversity; (G) evidence-based practices; (H) single case research. Repeatable one time per alpha, repeatable two times for (H). A-F only. Pre: 603 for (H).

SPED 642 Seminar on Applied Research/Special Education (3)

Study and development of applied research topics in special education. Repeatable two times. Pre: consent.

SPED 644 Seminar on Severe/Multiple Disabilities (3)

Research, program development trends/issues in the area of severe/multiple disabilities (birth through adulthood). College of Education majors only. Pre: consent.

SPED 645 Seminar in Early Childhood Special Education (3)

Study of issues/trends. Research and program development in early childhood special education. Repeatable one time. Pre: (631 and 635) with a minimum grade of B- or better, or consent.

SPED 647 Leadership in Special Education (3)

Seminar on topics related to leadership in the field of special education, including issues for teacher leaders, administrators, and teacher preparation personnel. A-F only. Pre: consent. (Fall only)

SPED 650 Seminar on Universal Design for Learning (3)

Seminar on issues of research and practice on the application of universal design for learning in K-12 and higher education settings. Focus on culturally and linguistically diverse students diversity, non-traditional students and students with disabilities. Repeatable one time. A-F only.

SPED 652 Transition/Supported Employment (3)

Transition planning for youth with disabilities in preparation for employment as adults in private and public sector businesses. A-F only. Pre: consent.

SPED 671 Advanced Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) (3)

Focuses on the definitions and characteristics of applied behavior analysis and the concepts, principles, and processes. Concepts related to ethics and behavior change procedures will also be introduced. A-F only. Pre: 603.

SPED 673 Ethics and Professional Conduct (3)

Focuses on content on the Behavior Analysis Certification Board’s code for ethical conduct as well as advanced concepts, principles, and processes of applied behavior analysis. A-F only.

SPED 678 Applied Behavior Analysis Fieldwork (V)

Field experience in applied behavior analysis supervised by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). The format is a combination of fieldwork and seminar meetings. Repeatable nine times, up to 20 credits. A-F only.

SPED 688 Research Practicum in Special Education (3)

Directed research experience to demonstrate mastery of research skills and techniques through developing and writing research proposals. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: 642 or consent, or departmental approval. (Once a year)

SPED 695 Plan B Master’s Project (3)

Independent study for students working on a Plan B master’s project. Repeatable two times. A-F only. Pre: graduate standing in Special Education.

SPED 699 Directed Reading/Research (V)

Individual reading/research. Repeatable unlimited times. Pre: consent of instructor and department chair.

SPED 700 Thesis Research (V)

Research for master’s thesis. Repeatable unlimited times.

SPED 705 Seminar in Exceptionalities (3)

Current and historical topics, issues, and trends in the field of exceptionalities. Repeatable with different content. Pre: consent.

SPED 706 Doctoral Internship (6)

Supervised internship (minimum 18 hours per week) in program development and administration or research in the student’s area of emphasis. EDUC majors only. A-F only. Pre: consent.

SPED 710 Professional Seminar in Exceptionalities (1)

Professional norms, duties, and expectations of leaders in exceptionalities; transitioning from practitioner to researcher and leadership roles; familiarity with current research and trends in the field of exceptionalities. Repeatable five times. PhD in EDUC majors only. Graduate students only. A-F only.

SPED 740 Single-Case Experimental Design (3)

Advanced single-case experimental design; examines the logic of internal and external validity of small “N” design and its functionalist foundations. Pre: consent.

SPED 745 Special Topics in Exceptionalities (3)

Critical examination and discussion of historical or current topic in early intervention, special education, and/or developmental disabilities. Repeatable two times. A-F only. (Once a year)

SPED 760 Grant Development/Procurement (3)

Overview of grant development and procurement processes related to special education personnel preparation and research and demonstration programs. Students design a grant proposal related to a particular problem or need within their employment settings. Pre: consent.

Supervised experience in instructional planning and practice teaching. (B) licensure; (C) non-licensure. Each alpha is repeatable one time, up to six credits. A-F only.

Planning and methods seminar in conjunction with practice teaching. (B) licensure; (C) non-licensure. Each alpha is repeatable one time, up to six credits. A-F only.