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Middle School Education Program


Teaching Endorsement

If you're seeking a middle school endorsement (grades 5-8), you must also be enrolled as a major in either elementary education or secondary education.

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Teacher candidates get first-hand classroom experience

Nov 1, 2014

Reading a book called "The Sick Pets" to a group of first graders, Katie Mueller tells the story of pups Pip, Bix and Vin's trip to the veterinarian's office.

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Jan 1, 2014

Education department goes digital with textbooks

Oct 18, 2013

Nationally renowned middle school has Briar Cliff roots

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Core Middle School Education Courses

EDMI 421 - Teaching in Middle School
EDMI 422 - Middle School Literacy
EDUC 03 IS - Introduction to Education Computer/Media Technology
EDUC 14 IS - Electronic Portfolio
EDUC 210 - Educational Foundations
EDUC 250 - Management and Instruction
EDUC 270 - Exceptional Learners
EDUC 318 - Educational Psychology
EDUC 330 - Educational Measurement and Evaluation
EDUC 410 - Student Teaching in the Elementary School
EDUC 452 - Human Relations for Teachers
PSYC 280 - Developmental Psychology
PSYC 350 - Child Psychology

Additional Program Requirements

To gain a middle school teaching endorsement, you must also complete two, 12-hour areas of specialization from science, math, social studies or language arts. Contact your advisor for more information.