UNIVERSITY CATALOG: 2017-2018

Courses

SED 496A-Z. Experimental Topics Courses (3)

Selected topics in secondary education, with course content to be determined.

SED 505. Completing the Induction Experience (3)

Prerequisite: EED 502 with a grade of “C” or better; Corequisites: Two electives, approved for the individual candidate by the Induction Coordinator, are required to be taken prior to or concurrent with SED 505. This capstone course in the General Education Credential Induction Program for Multiple and Single Subject advances candidates toward the goals described …

SED 511. Fundamentals of Secondary Education in Multiethnic-Secondary Schools (3)

Preparatory: Admission to a Single Subject Credential Program. Must be taken in the first session of enrollment in all Single Subject Programs. Provides a general framework and introduction to secondary education and curriculum within a multiethnic American society. Candidates investigate various classroom discipline and management techniques, teaching strategies and techniques, and lesson planning. Candidates are …

SED 514. Computers in the Instructional Program (3)

Introduction to the instructional uses of the Internet, local networks, telecommunications, text processing, graphics, desktop publishing, educational software, electronic reference tools, teacher support tools, databases, spreadsheets and other software applications and related media. Use of such applications to access and evaluate information, analyze and solve problems, and communicate with other professionals. Strategies and skills to …

SED 521. Content Area Literacy and Learning in Multiethnic Secondary Schools (3)

Prerequisite: Restricted to candidates officially admitted to the Credential Program or already possessing a Teaching Credential. Pre/Corequisite for Traditional, Intern, ACT, FYI and JYI: SED 511. Pre/Corequisite for Dual Single Subject/Education Specialist: EPC 420. Recommended Preparatory for Traditional Candidates: SED 525xx. Required for candidates in all Single Subject Teacher Basic Credential Programs. Focuses on strategies …

SED 525. Methods of Teaching Single Subjects in the Secondary School (3)

Restricted to candidates officially admitted to the Credential Program. Preparatory: A generic course for students for whom a specialized methods course is not available. See SED 525 Series.

SED 525A. Methods of Teaching Art (3)

Restricted to candidates officially admitted to the Credential Program. Study and development of instructional guidance in art. See SED 525 Series.

SED 525BL. Bilingual and Bicultural Teaching in Multiethnic Secondary Schools (3)

Required course for all Bilingual Authorization Program candidates. Prerequisites: SED 521 (pre Fall 2011) or SED 523 (Fall 2011 and later). Preparatory: SED 525xx. This course will examine the history, policies, programs and research on the effectiveness of bilingual education and bilingualism in the U.S., as well as the philosophical, theoretical, legal and legislative foundations …

SED 525EN. Methods of Teaching English (3)

Required of all students enrolled in the English Credential Program. Restricted to candidates officially admitted to the Credential Program or already possessing a teaching credential. Methods course addressing strategies for teaching literature, composition and language. The integrated approach for literature, composition and language instruction is based on the California Model Curriculum Standards and the English/Language …

SED 525ESL. Methods of Teaching English As A Second Language (3)

Required course for BCLAD Preliminary Credential and CLAD Certificate Program through CTEL Coursework. Preparatory: ENGL 301, ENGL 302 or ENGL 402, or an equivalent course in linguistics. A methods course addressing programs, objectives, methods, materials and issues for providing bilingual and English as a Second Language instruction at the middle-school and high-school levels.

SED 525HEC. Methods of Teaching Home Economics (3)

Restricted to students officially admitted to the Credential Program or already possessing a teaching credential. See SED 525 Series.

SED 525MA/L. Methods of Teaching Mathematics in the Secondary School and Lab (2/1)

Restricted to candidates officially admitted to the Credential Program or already possessing a teaching credential. Corequisites: SED 525MA and 525MAL. Preparatory: MATH 150B or instructor consent. Topics include subject matter selection and classroom instruction in arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, discrete mathematics and calculus. See SED 525 Series.

SED 525MU. Methods of Teaching General Music (3)

Restricted to candidates officially admitted to the Credential Program or already possessing a teaching credential. Preparatory: MUS 302, MUS 466C. Exploration of teaching trends and issues in general music. Development of instructional guidance for music. See SED 525 Series.

SED 525PE. Methods of Teaching Physical Education (3)

Restricted to candidates officially admitted to the Credential Program or already possessing a teaching credential. See SED 525 Series.

SED 525S/L. Methods of Teaching Science in the Secondary School and Lab (2/1)

Restricted to candidates officially admitted to the Credential Program or already possessing a teaching credential. Corequisites: SED 525S and 525SL. Objectives, instructional methods, curriculum and assessment in teaching science in the secondary school. Developing, adapting, evaluating and using strategies and materials for teaching science, appropriate both to the special needs of the learners and the …

SED 525SS. Methods of Teaching Social Studies (3)

Restricted to candidates officially admitted to the Credential Program or already possessing a teaching credential. Objectives, methods, materials and assessments in the social studies curriculum in the secondary schools. See SED 525 Series.

SED 525WL. Methods of Teaching World Language (3)

Restricted to candidates officially admitted to the Credential Program or already possessing a teaching credential. See SED 525 Series.

SED 529. Teaching English Learners in Multiethnic Secondary Schools (3)

Required for candidates in all Single Subject Teacher Basic Credential Programs. Restricted to candidates officially admitted to the Credential Program or already possessing a teaching credential. Prerequisite: SED 511. Corequisite: SED 521. Preparatory: SED 525xx. Addresses state and federal legal requirements related to English learners, the California English Language Development (ELD) Standards, school programs serving …

SED 530. The Program in Literature for Grades 6-12: Issues (3)

Exploration of issues related to the selection, organization and methods of teaching literature in middle school and senior high school classes. Recommended for experienced English teachers, supervisors, Department Chairs and curriculum consultants.

SED 535MA. Teaching Contemporary Mathematics (3)

Designed specifically to assist middle school and high school mathematics teachers and supervisors in implementing a modern school mathematics program. Covers the content standards, as well as strategies for effective mathematics instruction. Also provides hands-on experience for developing expertise with graphing calculators and computer software.

SED 554/S. Supervised Field Experience for the Single Subject Credential (3/1)

Prerequisites: Admission to the Single Subject Credential Program; Clearance by the Credential Office. Corequisite: SED 554 and SED 554S must be taken concurrently. Pre/Corequisites for Traditional, FYI, JYI, ACT, and SSUIP Programs: EPC 420; SED 511, and one of the following: SED 525, SED 525A, SED 525EN, SED 525HEC, SED 525HS, SED 525MA/L, SED 525MU, …

SED 555. Supervised Practicum for the Single Subject Credential (5)

Required for candidates in the Four-Year Integrated (FYI-English, FYI-Math), Junior-Year Integrated (JYI-English, JYI Math), Accelerated Collaborative Teacher (ACT), the Single Subject University Intern Program (SSUIP), and Traditional Single Subject Credential Programs. Prerequisites: SED 511; EPC 420; SED 554/S; and one of the following: SED 525, SED 525A, SED 525EN, SED 525HEC, SED 525HS, SED 525MA/L, …

SED 555BL. Supervised Practicum for the Single Subject Credential with BCLAD Emphasis (5)

Required of candidates in the Single Subject Traditional Credential Program who seek Bilingual Cross-Cultural Language and Academic Development (BCLAD) Emphasis. Prerequisites: SED 511; EPC 420; SED 554/S; and one of the following: SED 525, SED 525A, SED 525EN, SED 525HEC, SED 525HS, SED 525MA/L, SED 525MU, SED 525PE, SED 525S/L, SED 525SS, or SED 525WL; …

SED 555I. Supervised Practicum for the Single Subject University Intern Program (3)

Required for candidates in the Single Subject University Intern Program (SSUIP). Prerequisites: SED 593/S, SED 594/S; Internship Credential; Clearance from the Credential Office. Corequisite: SED 555S. SED 555I is the third and capstone course in a sequence of supervised field experiences for University Intern candidates. Intern teacher candidates do their supervised field experience in their …

SED 555IB. Supervised Practicum for the Single Subject University Intern Program with BCLAD Emphasis (3)

Required of candidates in the Single Subject University Intern Program (SSUIP) who seek Bilingual Cross-Cultural Language and Academic Development (BCLAD) Emphasis. Prerequisites: SED 593/S, SED 594/S; Internship Credential; Clearance from the Credential Office. Corequisite: SED 555S. BCLAD candidates are assigned to one or more classrooms comprised of several English learners with limited proficiency in English where …

SED 555S. Practicum Seminar for the Single Subject Credential (2)

Required for candidates in the Four-Year Integrated (FYI-English, FYI-Math), Junior-Year Integrated (JYI-English, JYI Math), University Intern, Accelerated Collaborative Teacher (ACT) and Traditional Single Subject Credential Programs. Prerequisites: SED 511; EPC 420; SED 554/S; and one of the following: SED 525, SED 525A, SED 525EN, SED 525HEC, SED 525HS, SED 525MA/L, SED 525MU, SED 525PE, SED …

SED 587ESL. Methods of Teaching English As A Second Language to Adults (3)

Prerequisite: ENGL 301, ENGL 302 or ENGL 402, or equivalent course in linguistics. A study of the objectives, methods, materials and issues involved in the teaching of English as a Second Language in the community adult schools to adults.

SED 593. Field Experience for Single Subject Interns (2)

Prerequisites: Bachelor’s degree; Admission to the Single Subject University Intern Program (SSUIP); Full-time teaching position in a public school. Corequisite: SED 593S must be taken with the first enrollment in SED 593. The SED 593 field experience is designed for interns (employed secondary-level teachers who have not yet earned the Preliminary Single Subject Credential) in …

SED 593S. Field Experience Seminar for Single Subject Interns (1)

Prerequisites: Bachelor’s degree; Admission to the Single Subject University Intern Program (SSUIP); Full-time teaching position in a public school. Corequisite: SED 593 must be taken concurrently with SED 593S. The SED 593S is the introductory seminar that accompanies the SED 593 field experience for interns (employed secondary-level teachers who have not yet earned the Preliminary …

SED 594/S. Field Experience for Single Subject Interns (2/1)

Prerequisites: SED 511, SED 593/S. Corequisite: SED 594S. Second of three field experiences required in the Single Subject University Intern Program (SSUIP) that leads to the Single Subject or Single Subject BLCAD Emphasis Credential. This field experience is for the on-the-job teacher. The candidate is supervised on-site by the University coach and a support provider. …

SED 599A-C. Independent Study (1-3)

No course description.

SED 600. Research in Secondary Education (3)

Prerequisite: Admission to Secondary Education M.A. degree program. This course introduces key research in secondary education and provides opportunities to analyze educational research critically. Also addressed are types of research; the teacher as researcher; planning a research study; and collecting, analyzing and presenting data. A required department core course for M.A. degree candidates with a …

SED 610. Issues in Education in Multiethnic Secondary Schools (3)

Prerequisite: Admission to Secondary Education M.A. degree program. An examination of issues and changes in education and curriculum, with a focus on how these issues impact secondary teachers and diverse classrooms and schools. The course also addresses teacher professionalism and leadership. A required department core course for M.A. degree candidates in Secondary Education.

SED 617. Microcomputers in the Secondary Reading/Language Arts Curriculum (3)

Prerequisite: SED 514 or instructor consent. Design, development and use of computer-based resources for teaching reading, writing, literature and language. Internet; telecommunications; and presentation, desktop publishing and other applications are explored in terms of teaching the language arts. Review and analysis of research and best practice in the use of computers in the teaching of …

SED 618. Computers in the Secondary School Curriculum: Multimedia (3)

Prerequisite: SED 514 or instructor consent. Design and development of multimedia projects of secondary-school instruction using a variety of hardware and software tools. Review and analysis of research on the use of multimedia computer-based technology in secondary-school instruction.

SED 619. Application and Utility Software in the Secondary School Curriculum: Website Design (3)

Prerequisite: SED 514 or instructor consent. Design and development of instructional materials using multimedia, publishing, presentation and data-analysis software. Development of websites to distribute these and other instructional resources. Analysis of research related to distance education, and the design, use and effectiveness of Internet-based instructional resources for classroom use.

SED 625A/L. Literacy Assessment and Teaching Strategies and Lab (3/1)

Prerequisites: EED 520 or equivalent; SED 520 or SED 521; SED 625EN or EED 633; Teaching experience. Corequisite: SED 625AL. Principles and procedures for the evaluation of reading and writing effectiveness are presented. Each student develops competencies in assessing literacy behavior on an individual basis and in a classroom setting. Students should become adept at …

SED 625B/L. Literacy Assessment and Teaching Strategies and Lab (3/1)

Prerequisite: SED 625AL/EED 625AL. Corequisite: SED 625BL. Additional principles and procedures for the evaluation of reading and writing effectiveness are presented. Each student continues to develop competencies in assessing literacy behavior on an individual basis and in a classroom setting. Students should hone their skills of selecting, scoring and interpreting the results of a comprehensive …

SED 625EN. Theory and Research in the Teaching of Secondary School English (3)

Prerequisite: SED 525EN or instructor consent. Study of recent developments and current issues in the teaching of English at the middle-school and senior high-school levels. Consideration is given to research studies and current best practice addressing literature, composition and language curriculum and instructional methods.

SED 625ESL. Theory and Research in Teaching ESL in Multilingual Classrooms (3)

Prerequisite: SED 525ESL. Seminar in the theory and research in teaching English as a second language in multilingual or bilingual settings. Emphasis is placed on the nature of language acquisition, on teaching strategies and on the development of materials designed to facilitate 2nd language learning. Opportunity for concentrated individual study, curriculum development and the use …

SED 625MA. Theory and Research in Teaching Secondary School Mathematics (3)

Prerequisite: SED 525MA or instructor consent. Study of the present status, recent developments and current trends in secondary-school mathematics curricula. The identification of concepts resulting from recent research and their organization for inclusion in the secondary-school mathematics program are considered. Consideration also is given to research studies dealing with the rationale and structure of important …

SED 625MM. Theory and Research in Multicultural and Multilingual Education in Secondary Schools (3)

Prerequisites: AAS 417/AFRS 417/ARMN 417/CHS 417/ELPS 417; SED 525xx, SED 529 or equivalents. This course uses cultural and linguistic diversity as the basis for understanding and exploring the broad concept of multicultural and multilingual secondary education, including how cultural and linguistic diversity influences pupil learning and how the knowledge of cultural and linguistic backgrounds of …

SED 625SC. Theory and Research in Teaching Secondary School Science (3)

Prerequisites: SED 525SC; Major or minor in science. Study of the present status, recent developments and current trends in secondary curricula. Emphasis is given to the identification of concepts resulting from recent research and their organization for inclusion in the secondary-school science program. Consideration is given to research studies dealing with the rationale and structure …

SED 626. Literacy Instruction for English Learners K-12 (3)

Prerequisite: EED 520, SED 520 or SED 521, or equivalent. Major theories of first and second language acquisition and literacy development specific to teaching second language learners are reviewed in this seminar for teachers with monolingual, bilingual and multilingual classrooms. Various instructional approaches in the development of oral language, reading and writing are addressed. Research on variables …

SED 628. Language and Literacy Programs: Leadership, Planning and Evaluation (3)

Prerequisite: SED 625AL/EED 625AL, SED 625BL/EED 625BL or instructor consent. Principles of designing, organizing, coordinating and evaluating a variety of bilingual/multilingual and literacy programs (e.g., K-12 integrated language arts programs, corrective reading/writing programs, programs for students at risk) are presented. Students develop competencies in planning, conducting and evaluating staff development in language and literacy or bilingual/multilingual …

SED 646. Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching (3)

Prerequisite: SED 514 or instructor consent. Design, development and use of computer-based curricular resources for the teaching of science and mathematics. Topics include Internet resources, simulated experiments, computer-assisted instruction, mathematics tools, graphing calculators, probeware, videomicroscopy, scientific and mathematical editors, games, scientific databases, programming, robotics and more. Review and analysis of research on the use of …

SED 671. Designing Computer-Based Instructional Materials (3)

Prerequisite: SED 514 or instructor consent. Development of instructional materials using high-level authoring systems as a programming environment. Investigations on research findings in human perception, communication, learning theory and software development.

SED 673. Multicultural Students, Families and Communities (3)

Prerequisite: Admission to SED or other College of Education M.A. degree program. Preparatory: AAS 417/AFRS 417/CHS 417/ELPS 417, SED 529 or equivalents. This course examines the research and professional literature on working with multicultural and multilingual pupils, families and communities to promote these pupils’ academic success. M.A. degree students will learn about families and communities, …

SED 675. Bilingual/Multilingual Teaching Strategies (3)

Prerequisite: SED 600 or instructor consent. Students evaluate research on bilingual-bicultural and multilingual-multicultural teaching methods and strategies. Emphasis is placed on relating research findings to instructional decision making. Includes modeling, developing and validating effective teaching strategies that provide English learners access to the core curriculum. (Cross-listed with EED 675.)

SED 686. Motivational Strategies in the Classroom (3)

Study of the principles, problems and techniques of student motivation in the classroom. Research on the physical, psychological and social aspects of the classroom environment will be treated. The contributions of modern technology and the importance of the teacher’s personality will be explored. Collections of materials and techniques useful to teachers in promoting motivation are …

SED 690. Seminar in Secondary Education (3)

Identification of persistent issues in secondary education and survey of the literature relating to these. Emphasis is given to study of education problems and to acquaintance with reliable sources of educational research.

SED 695A-K. Seminars in Selected Studies (3)

Special seminars in selected topics. Course Title SED 695A Social Studies Curriculum SED 695B Science Curriculum SED 695C Language Arts Curriculum SED 695D Math Curriculum SED 695E Reading Curriculum SED 695F Secondary Education SED 695G Educational Technology SED 695H Practicum for Bilingual Teaching (Spanish) SED 695I Seminar in Bilingual Education (Spanish) SED 695J Curriculum for …

SED 696. Directed Graduate Research (3)

Preparatory: Department acceptance of a thesis or project on an advanced topic in the field of education.

SED 697. Directed Comprehensive Studies (3)

Preparatory: Restricted to and required of M.A. degree candidates in the semester in which they take the comprehensive examination for the degree.

SED 698. Thesis or Graduate Project (3)

Preparatory: Acceptance by a thesis committee assigned by the department. A thesis or project on an advanced topic in the field of education.

SED 699A-C. Independent Study (1-3)

No course description.