ED100 Introduction to Education
Examines teaching as a profession. Provides opportunities for direct experience with, and analysis of, educational settings. Explores current issues in education and characteristics of effective schools. F, W, Sp, Su
ED105 Teacher Cadets
Covers practical application of theory and fundamental concepts of preschool, elementary, and secondary education, including history, development, and organization. Offered as needed
ED114 Instruc Strat - Math & Science
Introduces the development of math and science concepts and presents a systematic approach to math and science instruction. Students learn to link math and science instruction and assessment to state content standards. Prerequisite: ED100 and MTH060, or consent of instructor. Sp
ED130 Comprehensive Classroom Mgt
Provides current theory and methodology for managing small and large groups of students so that students choose to be productively involved in instructional activities. Covers the four major factors or skill areas of effective classroom management: 1) understanding students personal/psychological and learning needs, 2) establishing positive adult-student and student-student relationships, 3) implementing instructional methods that facilitate optimal learning, and 4) using organizational and group management methods that maximize positive student behavior and learning. Prerequisite: ED100 with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor. W, Sp
ED200 Foundations of Education
Provides an overview of the American educational system, including historical, legal and philosophical foundations. Explores the governance of local schools and districts and considers the roles and ethical obligations of professional educators. F, W, Sp, Su
ED229 Learning & Development
Application of theory regarding children’s learning and development from kindergarten through middle school, including intelligence, motivation, and the process of learning. Applies theory to teaching strategies and the connection between teaching and learning. Covers varied learning styles and multiple intelligences. Designed for students seeking initial teacher licensure in elementary and middle school teaching. F, W, Sp, Su; CL
ED230 Children's Lit/Diverse Clsroom
Discusses high quality children’s literature and how to use it to promote literacy in children in elementary and middle school. Explores the cognitive, emotional, and social process of literacy development, with a special focus on literacy development in bilingual and bicultural students. F, W, Sp, Su; CL
ED233 Adolescent Lrning & Developmnt
Examines adolescent cognitive and social development and how it relates to learning theory. Discusses best practices of teaching in middle and high school settings. Explores varied learning styles and cultural factors that impact adolescent learning and instructional strategies that create a productive learning environment. Sp; CL
ED235 Technology for Educators
Introduces current advanced technology available in education. Emphasizes the tools to evaluate, select and implement appropriate technology in the instructional setting. Offered as needed.
ED240 Ed Practicum/Seminar
Practicum portion of course provides experience in educational settings working with students and school groups. Seminar portion of course links theory to practice and informs activities and task in the practicum. Presents educational topics that link themes of social justice, equity, and serving diverse student needs to real world situations, school policy, and current legislation. Course may be repeated for a maximum of six credits. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Recommended that course be taken in the term prior to transfer to 4-year university. F, W
ED255 Teach English as Foreign Lang
Presents the knowledge and foundation skills necessary to teach English as a foreign language. Includes awareness of English language components, development of student profiles, teaching techniques, observation, and teaching practice. Covers development of contextualized materials that support communicative language practice. Provides awareness of the cultural and professional behaviors required in teaching practice. Prerequisite: Advanced English language proficiency/TOEFL score of 500. Offered as needed.
ED258 Multicultural Education & ELL
Explores the history and philosophy of multicultural education. Examines second language development, including an overview of culturally and linguistically appropriate teaching strategies. Discusses the value of integrating families and communities in multicultural education. F, W, Su; CL
ED259 Bilingual Methodology
Covers the philosophy, techniques, activities and materials used in bilingual/bicultural education programs. Examines the philosophy, rationale and legal implications of bilingual/bicultural programs and management and use of English and Spanish reading materials in a bilingual classroom. Sp
ED265 Inclusion: Spec Needs Students
Introduces the concept of inclusion of children with disabilities in the classroom. Discusses and identifies historical, philosophical, and legal issues related to special education. Includes specific study of the disability categories covered under Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) with special attention to the diverse population of today’s schools. W, Sp, Su
ED267 Working w/Students w/Autism
Covers Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) characteristics including learning style, communication, social interaction, sensory processing, behavior, visual/concrete supports, teaching strategies, and teamwork. Brings together theory and discussion; demonstration; practice and feedback; and coaching in the classroom. Offered as needed
XED9000B DPR Instructor Seminar
Provides the foundation for teaching sections of Difference, Power, and Responsibility-designated courses. Ensures that participants are exposed to the personal and curricular learning experiences that assisted in effecting the course development.
XED9000C DPR Curriculum Seminar
Provides the foundation for curriculum for Difference, Power, and Responsibility-designated courses. Ensures that participants are exposed to the personal and curricular learning experiences that assist in effective course development.
XED9000D DPR Facilitator Training
Provides the foundation to facilitate the curriculum and instructor Difference, Power, and Responsibility Seminars. Ensures that participants are exposed to the philosophical promises and instructional skills and strategies to successfully implement the seminar sessions.
XED9000F MWEC Regional Institute
Provides the necessary information and tools to high school teachers and counselors to design and implement career pathways, extended application activities, career-related learning activities, and service learning activities.
XED9000G ETG Intro to Teaching ESL/EFL
Provides instruction in the methods and tools for teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction.
XED9000H DPR Staff Seminar
Provides the foundation to systematically examine the issues of difference and power, and explore how these issues are embedded in interactions which can engage or marginalize students and colleagues. Assists in developing a welcoming climate at Chemeketa.
XED9000J Becoming a Skillful Trainer
Assists new and continuing trainers to learn about facilitation techniques and basic brain principles for teaching adults and how these can be applied to trainings in the workplace for optimum learning and performance.
XED9000K CBEST Preparation
Provides educators' preparation for the CBEST test in basic reading, writing, and mathematics skills in the English language.
XED9000L ESOL ORELA Preparation
Reviews linguistic theories, first and second language acquisition, current, and preferred teaching methods and approaches, curriculum, programs and assessment tools for ESOL instruction. Prepares students for the ESOL Praxis test.