2019-20 Academic Catalog 
    
    Apr 09, 2020  
2019-20 Academic Catalog

TSAP - Ivy Tech - Elementary Education, BA


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  Semester 5  
Credits Course Prerequisites:
3 EDCI 35500 - Teaching And Learning K-12 Classroom  
  • Completion of all transfer coursework with grade of “C” (2.0) or better
  • Admission to program
4 EDCI 36203 - Literacy Instruction In K-3 Classrooms  
3 EDCI 36600 - Use Of Assessment In The K-12 Classroom  
3 EDCI 32300 - Educational Technology For Teaching And Learning  
3-4 Concentration Course
16-17  
  Semester 6  
Credits Course Prerequisites:
4 EDCI 31600 - Teaching Social Studies In The Elementary School  
  • Completion of all coursework with grade of “C” (2.0) or better
4 EDCI 36204 - Literacy Instruction In 4-6 Classrooms  
3 HIST 37600 - History Of Indiana  
3 Concentration Course
3-4 Concentration Course
17-18  
  Semester 7  
Credits Course Prerequisites:
4 EDCI 31500 - Teaching Mathematics In The Elementary School  
  • Completion of all coursework with grade of “C” (2.0) or better
4 EDCI 31700 - Teaching Science In The Elementary School  
3 EDPS 43000 - Creating And Managing Learning Environments  
3-4 Concentration Course
3 Concentration Course*
17-18  
  Semester 8  
Credits Course Prerequisites:
6 EDCI 49700 - Supervised Teaching  
  • Completion of all coursework with grade of “C” (2.0) or better
6 EDCI 49900 - Supervised Teaching Or Practicum In An Endorsement Area  
3 Concentration Course*
12-15  

Notes


*Concentration courses follow an identified sequence; candidates should follow the course sequence for their selected concentration area

The Ivy Tech TSAP Plan of Study is contingent upon completion of identified coursework to be completed at Ivy Tech and admission to the Educator Preparation Program.

Admission Requirements

  • State required exam (CASA or alternative) completed with passing scores on all sub-tests
  • All coursework completed with a grade of “C” or higher
  • Cumulative GPA 2.8 or above
  • Admission application and interview

Ivy Tech Community College (62 Credits)

___ (3) ENGL 111 English Composition

___ (3) ENGL 202 Creative Writing

___ (3) COMM 101 Fundamentals of Public Speaking

___ (3) MATH 127 Mathematics for Elementary Education I

___ (3) MATH 128 Mathematics for Elementary Education II

___ (3) MATH 129 Mathematics for Elementary Education III

___ (3) BIOL 101 Introductory Biology

___ (3) SCIN 111 Physical Science

___ (4) SCIN 100 Earth Science

___ (3) HIST 101 or 102 Survey of American History I or II

___ (3) HIST 111 or 112 World Civilization I or II

___ (3) POLS 101 Introduction to American Government & Politics

___ (1) IVHT 111 Student Success in University Transfer

___ (3) ASTR 101 or 102 Solar System Astronomy or Stellar and Galactic Astronomy

___ (3) EDUC 101 Introduction to Teaching

___ (3) EDUC 233 Literacy Development through Children’s Literature

___ (3) EDUC 255 Multicultural Teaching

___ (3) EDUC 230 The Exceptional Child

___ (3) EDUC 250 Educational Psychology

___ (3) EDUC 240 Introduction to Physical and Health Education for Elementary Teachers

___ (3) ARTH 110 Art Appreciation

Purdue University Northwest - Program Major Courses (32 credits)

___ (3) EDCI 35500 Teaching & Learning in K-12 Classrooms

___ (3) EDCI 36203 Literacy Instruction in K-3 Classrooms

___ (3) EDCI 36600 Use of Assessment in K-12 Classrooms

___ (3) EDCI 32300 Educational Technology for Teaching & Learning

___ (4) EDCI 31600 Teaching Social Studies in the Elementary School

___ (4) EDCI 36204 Literacy Instruction in 4-6 Classrooms

___ (3) HIST 37600 History of Indiana

___ (4) EDCI 31500 Teaching Mathematics In The Elementary School

___ (4) EDCI 31700 Teaching Science in the Elementary School

___ (3) EDPS 43000 Creating & Managing Learning Environments

Purdue University Northwest - Student Teaching Requirements (12 Credits)

___ (6) EDCI 49700 Supervised Teaching

___ (6) EDCI 49900 Supervised Teaching Or Practicum in an Endorsement Area

Purdue University Northwest - Concentration Courses (14-17 credits)

Candidates select a concentration area as part of major completion.

  • Special Needs Concentration Area
    • (4) EDPS 32800 - Teaching Students With Mild To Moderate Needs I
    • (4) EDPS 45000 - Teaching Students With Disabilities 
    • (3) EDPS 45902 - Assistive Technology 
    • (3) EDPS 38000 - Special Education Law For Teachers
    • (3) EDPS 36100 - Assessment for Special Educators (contact School of Education for more information)
    • (3) EDPS 41100 - Collaboration and Transition Practices for Individuals With Disabilities
  • Reading Concentration Area
    • (3) EDCI 23000 - Academic Language In Education
    • (4) EDCI 32000 - Principles Of Practice In Elementary And Secondary Schools
    • (4) EDCI 36800 - Literacy Intervention Strategies For Diverse Learners
    • (3) Choose one -
      • ENGL 20100 - The Nature Of Literary Study 
      • ENGL 23100 - Introduction To Literature 
      • ENGL 23800 - Introduction To Fiction 
      • ENGL 35000 - Survey Of American Literature From Its Beginnings To 1865

*Degree program completion requires 120 credit hours for a bachelor degree.

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