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CONTENT REVIEW AND PORTFOLIO RECOMMENDATION

FOR
BUSINESS EDUCATION LICENSURE
OF TPC POST-BACCALAUEATE STUDENTS
Candidates Name: Ewell Bryant JR
Reviewers Name: __Dr. Dana Brigson_______________________________________
Date of initial review: ______9.18.15, 1.8.16________________________________________
Date of portfolio review: __________________________________________________
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Subject Matter Standards for
Teachers of Business
Education
A. A teacher of business has an
integrated understanding of the
functional areas of business
from the perspective of the
consumer, the employee, the
business manager, and the

Met Through Previous Coursework/Work Experience


MKTG 1XX Marketing Management
As the capstone course for Marketing majors, the learner
will apply their knowledge to solve a business
opportunity or problem by developing marketing
objectives and strategies for a local business. Student
teams will work with the area business to implement

Requires
Portfolio
Documentation

Portfolio
Requirement Met
FEEDBACK: ADD
ACCT 211, ACCT
212, MGMT 342,
BLAW 344 TO
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entrepreneur.

BUED 435:
Info.System /Personnel
Mgmt
MKT 300: Principles
of Marketing
BUED 215: Personal
Finance
ACCT 211:Financial
Accounting

their recommendations in a competitive environment. A


marketing plan for the business also will be developed as
the framework for achieving stated marketing objectives
Competency
1. Identify current positon of firm within the internal and
external environment
2. Perform a S.W.O.T analysis
3. Create marketing objective(s) relative to current
marketing situation and client desires
4. Develop marketing strategies to fulfill the marketing
objectives
5. Implement marketing strategies to fulfill the
marketing objectives
6. Develop an integrated marketing plan
7. Present findings, strategies, and outcomes to client

MGMT 341 Principles of Management


ACCT 212:
Managerial Accounting The focus of this course is to develop a strong
understanding of managerial planning, organizing,
implementing, and controlling as well as principles of
BUED 320: Business
organizational behavior. Topics include management
Technology
theory and practice, motivation, personality, individual
and group behavior, and organizational culture
BUED 330: Advanced
Business Technology
MGMT 449 Strategic Management
BUED 340: Integrated
Info. Systems
Technology

An integrative course stressing the holistic view of


organization leadership and management. A study and
application of the techniques used to complete strategic
audits of industries and companies to assess complex
business problems and opportunities and to develop,

COURSEWORK
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EXPERIENCE
OUTLINED
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BUED 401: General


Business Teaching
Methods
BUSA 291: Legal
Environment of
Business

implement, and control strategies to achieve


organizational objectives.
MGMT 375 Leadership in Management (Leadership,
Power & Influence)
This course develops leadership skills through
exploration of various theories on leadership analyzed
through the use of power and influence in each. Students
examine ethical influence processes in organizations to
develop effective techniques for influencing others
MGMT 448 Organizational Behavior & Development
A study of individual and group behavior in
organizations covering topics such as social styles,
personality, work-related attitudes, job satisfaction,
motivation, networking, teams, communication,
decision-making, leadership and culture. Prerequisite
MGMT 481 Field Practicum
Students gain practical experience, enhance skills learned
in the classroom, and acquire contacts with management
professionals. This course combines 10-15 hours per
week of on-site field experience with one hour of class
time weekly. Students are placed with organizations
which permits the student to interact with management
professionals in their workplace.
Professional Experience
Boys & Girls Club of Rochester

Unit Director/Outreach Director


Rochester, Minnesota June 2010 -May 2014
Seek, create and maintain healthy relationships with
youth members and families which include surrounding
neighborhoods and business community
Provide positive structure, guidance, mentorship to
participating youth
Work with diverse and underserved populations
60% of youth participants were kids of
color
70% of youth participants were on free or
reduced lunch
Plan and implement programs focused on positive youth
development
Strategic Plan development and implementation
dedicated to positive youth development and
organizational service growth
Facilitate work training with direct program staff directly
or via outsourcing
Directly responsible for finding training
opportunities for staff members for all of
our sites
Work one-on-one with staff members to
help them understand diversity and
working with kids of color

Maintain one- on -one healthy mentor-mentee


relationships with volunteers, team members and
surrounding community
Monitor, track, record and present outcome driven data
through grant reporting summaries
Accepted most of the responsibility of
making sure our grant numbers were met
and reported on correctly and efficiently
Create, build and maintain win-win relationships with
other community agencies
Started partnerships with Salvation Army,
Workforce Development Center, Oak
Terrace mobile Home Community,
Rochester Public Schools, Planned
Parenthood of Minnesota, Family &
Childrens Center, ART, RCTC,
Maintain a physical presence in Rochester Public
Schools through coordination of outreach staff and
Promise Fellow cohort in efforts to expand services
Worked with Rochester public schools to
add Boys & Girls programming to their
existing summer program

Responsible for hiring, training, supervising team


members

Supervised 5 full-time staff, 6-10 part-time staff, 2-4


Americore Promise Fellows
B. A teacher of business has a
fundamental and integrated
understanding of the factors that
affect business from the
perspective of the consumer, the
employee, the business
manager, and the entrepreneur.
ECON 201:
Microeconomics
ECON 202:
Macroeconomics
BUED 435: Info.
Sys./Personnel
Management
BUED 401: General
Business Teaching
Methods
MKTG 300: Principles
of Marketing

BLAW 344 Business Law


This course builds on the foundation gained in BLAW
343. Learners continue to examine substantive legal
principles as well as the ethical and social responsibility
implications of business conduct within the legal
environment. Topics shall include property law,
insurance law, intellectual property, internet law, business
entities, agency law, and employment law
BLAW 343 Legal Ethical & Environmental Business
This course introduces students to the legal framework in
which American businesses operate as well as the ethical
issues that inevitably arise in the legal environment of
business. In addition to examining the American court
system and its procedures, learners will focus on the
substantive legal rules that govern American businesses.
In particular, learners will focus on constitutional law,
torts, products liability, criminal law, internet law, and
contracts
ECON 102 & 102
This course is designed to give an overview of how a
market-oriented economic system operates, and it
surveys the factors which influence national economic
policy. Basic concepts and analyses are illustrated by
reference to a variety of contemporary problems and
public policy issues. Concepts include scarcity,

FEEDBACK: ADD
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MGMT 210 TO
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BUSA 291: Legal


Environment of
Business
BUED 340: Integrated
Info. Systems
Applications

resources, alternative economic systems, growth, supply


and demand, monetary and fiscal policy, inflation,
unemployment and global economic issues
1. Develop a rationale for economic systems
2. Compare alternative economic systems
3. Use marginal (Cost-Benefit) analysis in decisionmaking
4. Apply supply and demand analysis to price
determination
5. Assess the role price plays in a market economy
6. Examine market failures within a capitalistic system
7. Differentiate market structures in product markets
8. Relate factor markets to production
9. Assess causes and consequences of changes in
output, employment, and prices due to fluctuations
in the level of economic activity
10. Assess macroeconomic stabilization policies
MKTG 351 Marketing Principles
Marketing Principles represents the comprehension of
the marketing concept and functions. Major concepts
include segmentation, marketing mix, buyer behavior,
decision support systems, consumer and business-tobusiness products, multicultural and global aspects,
business ethics, and e-business. Marketing careers are
explored.
1.Distinguish among mass marketing, target marketing,
and niche marketing
2. Analyze the concept of the marketing mix
3. Explain the importance of the uncontrollable

environment in developing a marketing strategy


4. Explain the concept of a strategic plan
5. Explain product characteristics
6. Diagram the product life cycle
7. Assess the rate of adoption of a product
8. Analyze the major product mix decisions that
marketers must make
9. Develop alternate new product development strategies
10. Categorize the methods of product identification
MKTG 356 Selling Principles
Selling is a part of a firm's marketing activity and is a
professional business process. Topics included are
identification of sales prospects, determination of client
needs, after-sales customer support, legal and ethical
obligations of sales professionals, development of oral
and written communications for selling, analysis of
organizational structure, and making a sales presentation
1. Describe selling as a professional career
2. Demonstrate the model of relationship selling
3. Explain the psychology of selling and buyer behavior
4. Adopt ethical selling techniques
5. Explain the process of prospecting
6. Establish how to determine prospect needs
7. Arrange a benefits package that meets the prospects
needs
8. Reconcile and negotiate prospect objections
9. Select proper closing technique at appropriate time
10. Validate importance of servicing the prospect
C. A teacher of business

MKTG 1XX Customer Relations

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demonstrates the following


essential workplace skills and
understands how to create
learning experiences that make
this content meaningful to
students.

REDG 600 02 Imp of Inst. Curr Plan


An examination of current models of instructional
strategies and curriculum development. Literature and
training materials are reviewed and analyzed
REDG 604 01 Clin Exp: Adolesc Dev

BUED 333: Business


Communication
BUED 401: General
Business Teaching
Methods
ACCT 211: Financial
Accounting
ACCT 212:
Managerial Accounting
ECON 201:
Microeconomics
BUED 403: Technology
and Business Teaching
Methods
BUED 435: Info.
Sys./Personnel

SVLD 653 Ritual & Celebration


Rituals and celebrations form our core identities as we
live and work within community. Servant-Leaders are
asked to lead people in appropriate reflection, rituals and
celebrations within each community they serve. This
course will explore meditation, prayer, and a discipline of
self-reflection as well as help participants create and
facilitate rituals that celebrate important moments in
community and practice leading others in those
celebrations
Professional Experience
University of Minnesota Extension
Program Coordinator
Rochester, MN March 1, 2015- Current
Facilitate S.T.EM programming
Seek, maintain and develop positive community
relationships

ACCT 211, ACCT


212, MGMT 300,
AND MGMT 243
TO THIS LIST.
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VERIFIED IN
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OUTLINED
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Management

Provide leadership to volunteers


Provide positive structure, guidance, mentorship to
participating youth
Rochester Public Schools/Mayo High School
Mental Health Practitioner
Rochester, MN February 2015-Current
Develop and facilitate daily life skills group
Provide service and mentorship to youth under the
supervision of a mental health professional with special
education guidelines
Provide leadership and facilitation of skills training in
groups as well as individually as determined by the needs
of the student
Participate in mental health evaluations and assessments
of students and the treatment planning process
Complete detailed and accurate case notes
Provides assistance in crisis intervention within the
classroom

(1) Communication and


interpersonal skills.

PSYC 250 Social Psychology


Social Psychology examines human behavior as a
function of the social environment. Students explore

FEEDBACK: ADD
MGMT 243 TO
THIS LIST.

many concepts including gender and culture issues,


communication and persuasion, conformity, peer
pressure, aggression, prejudice and discrimination,
attraction, and altruism
SOCL 330 Cultural Anthropology
Culture of pre-literate and contemporary societies.
Concept of culture; elements of culture, including
technology, economic and political organization, family
and kinship, associations, ideology, arts, and language;
dynamics of culture stability and change
PSYC 100 Effective Behavior
This course is an examination of the basic psychological
nature of human beings. The focus is on behavior in both
a personal and social context, and applications to achieve
more effective behavior and personal growth in a
complex and changing world
MGMT 300 Business Reporting
This course incorporates skill building in written
communication and information literacy. Assignments
cover many aspects of business writing, including
constructing clear, concise emails and memos to the
writing and research processes for a formal business
report.
Written Communication
Students use the writing process to complete written
projects. In the process of doing so, students analyze
audience and purpose; generate ideas for writing; employ

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appropriate rhetorical strategies; research, synthesize,


and organize information; use an approved
documentation system for research writing; use
technology to format documents appropriately; and
follow grammar and punctuation rules
Competency
1. Establish document purpose
2. Apply audience analysis techniques
3. Employ rhetorical strategies
4. Generate ideas for writing
5. Research outside sources
6. Synthesize information from sources
7. Organize document content
8. Write final text from drafts
9. Design document format
10. Critique one's own writing and others' writing

MKTG 1XX Marketing Communication


Hands-on study of the different types of communication
tools needed to support the marketing role. Students will
learn how to write press releases, public service
announcements, media kits, Internet copy, product
descriptions, brochures, and promotional copy. Students
will create a portfolio of writing samples that will serve
as an on-the-job resource guide for use in their
professional career.
Competency

1. Identify the value of an integrated marketing


communications program within an organization.
2. Identify internal and external stakeholders and how
marketing messages might vary
3. Assess value and uses of corporate identity programs.
4. Define steps necessary in building and maintaining
corporate identify program
5. Construct persuasive and effective marketing tools
6. Define function and purpose of shareholder relation
7. Identify toolbox elements of public communications
8. Create effective public relations materials
9. Determine role of marketing communication with
other work units
MKTG 352 Consumer Behavior
The study of buyer behavior will seek answers to the
question of what motivates and influences purchasing
decisions. Focus will be on the process individuals and
groups take in making purchasing decisions, and what
steps sellers can take in an attempt to influence those
decisions. Projects with area businesses will support
learning in this course

(2) Data interpretation and


management skills.

SVLD 603 Art of Leadership


This course, helps participants understand organizational
theory, organizational cultures, leadership styles, the
dynamics of power and change, and the aesthetics of
leadership. In pursuit of the common good, the true, and

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the beautiful, the participants will have the opportunity to


develop skills to lead effectively
MGMT 210 Information System Concepts Applications
This course investigates the role of information systems
in business operations, management decision-making,
and the strategic success of organizations. The course
prepares students for working in the information-rich,
networked world of business and introduces students to a
variety of technical applications used for business
communication and problem solving
MKTG 1XX
Product Management
The student will develop a mastery of the basic principles
and practices of current day marketing. Emphasis will be
placed on decision making issues of managing product,
price and placement strategies. Student will analyze the
influence of the market, the competition, and learn how
to develop and manage effective marketing programs
Competency
1. Determine elements of product planning for goods
and services.
2. Characterize role and functions of product
management and new-product development
3. Analyze the development of channel systems
4. Examine distribution logistics and customer service
elements
5. Identify strategic planning role and function of
retailers and wholesalers

6. Examine pricing objectives and policies


7. Classify price setting strategies in the business world
8. Summarize the marketing strategic planning process
9. Identify characteristics and challenges of service
marketing
10. Evaluate entry and growth strategies for global
marketing
MKTG 353 Marketing -Research
Designed for students to generate and develop marketing
information for use in effective decision making. The
roles and methodology of conducting primary and
secondary research are emphasized. Use of the Internet
and survey software are used to conduct actual marketing
research for a business
Competency
1. Assess the role of marketing information in decision
making
2. Explore the role of ethics in the research process
3. Conduct marketing research
4. Formulate the market research problem or opportunity
5. Determine the appropriate research design
6. Prepare the research methodology
7. Acquire knowledge of the concept of sampling
8. Evaluate advantages and disadvantages of data
collection methods
9. Identify sources and interpret internal data (customer
data, sales data, personal data)
10. Collect and compile secondary research via the

Internet, library, news sources


MKTG (SPML) 455 Sports Recreation and Event
Marketing
A comprehensive study of planning, implementation,
organization, and evaluation of marketing activities in the
sport, recreation, and entertainment industries. Specific
emphasis is placed on activities designed for immediate
impact as well as long term positioning and strategic
impact of these industries and activities. Other issues
addressed include the impact of technology, global
expansion, and cultural changes
MKTG 1XX Promotion Principles
Students work in teams to select and research a company,
brand, or business, create an institutional and event
promotion campaign and buy efficient media in order to
influence a data-defined market segment. The markets
may be local, national, or global
Competency
1. Differentiate the dependant role that promotion has
within the larger context of marketing
2. Qualify the role of integrated brand promotion in the
current and past historical context
3. Understand the marketing environment in which
promotions take place
4. Evaluate buyer behavior and the communications
process relative to a promotional plan

5. Explain the ethical and regulatory environment of


promotions
6. Use the tools of brand promotion
7. Implement a promotional budget
8. Measure the effectiveness of brand promotions
9. Create and present a promotional plan

(3) Computational skills.

SVDL 610 Methods of Statistical Research


This course examines the theory and practical complexity
of the strategic management process in the firm. The
course explores the steps of rigorous strategic planning
process, including the analysis of the internal and
external environment. Topics also include an examination
of the trade-off between organic growth and growth
through acquisitions, considerations for global success,
and aspects of strategy implementation
ACCT 212 Managerial Cost Accounting
Interpretation and use of accounting data for planning
and control by management personnel. Topics include the
terminology of managerial accounting, strategic cost
management, budgeting, variance analysis, and the use of
accounting concepts with computer spreadsheets
FINA 331 Financial Management
A study of the sources and uses of working capital, the
capital budgeting process, and management of the short
and long-term financial policies of firms operating within
a dynamic environment
MGMT 230 Managerial Statistics
This course demonstrates the use of application of

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statistics in business environments to inform decisionmaking. The course focuses primarily on statistical
approaches to summarize data and make inferences about
a population based on sample data. Specific topics
include graphical descriptions of data, descriptive
statistics, hypothesis testing about means and
proportions, hypothesis testing for differences in means
among groups and simple and multiple linear regression.
Course emphasis is on real world application, drawing
examples from multiple business settings and sectors.
This course makes use of Microsoft Excel so that
students will be able to apply the techniques with
technology that is available in most workplaces
ACCT 211 Financial Accounting
A study of financial accounting at the basic systems level
emphasizing generally accepted accounting principles.
Topics include financial accounting terminology,
recording of business financial transactions, and the
accounting cycle and record-keeping requirements
OMGT 305 Methods of Statistical Research
This course focuses on what managers need to know
about statistics. Students will learn the statistical
techniques for collecting and analyzing data, and using it
to make informed managerial decisions. Topical areas
include data collection, tables and charts, descriptive
statistics, basic and discrete probability distributions, and
hypothesis testing. Specific statistical techniques
explored in this course take advantage of Microsoft
Excel for speed and accuracy in calculations

MGMT 1XX Marketing Financials


This class is designed to expose the learner to basic
accounting concepts, which will provide a framework for
the general financial analysis all businesses conduct. The
student will learn the basic accounting cycle along with
the fundamental principles of depreciation, inventory,
cash flow, accruals and deferrals. With this context in
place, the student will then be able to construct and
analyze common financial statements. Particular
attention also will be placed on the pricing of a product.
Concentration will be centered on break-even analysis
and cost behavior
Competency
1. Explain, calculate, and evaluate cost-volume-profit
relationships and relate to marketing decisions
2. Relate financial statements to accounting principles
3. Summarize how accounting and accounting related
functions are part of business operations
4. Explain, calculate, and evaluate cost accounting
methods and reporting systems and relate to marketing
decisions
5. Explain how the basic double entry accouting system
works
6. Identify fundamental interpretations made from
financial statement data
7. Explain, calculate, and evaluate cost analysis for
planning and relate to marketing decisions
8. Create a flow chart of the accounting cycle for a small

(4) Collaboration and group


process skills.

business
9. Create and explain the accounting of current assets
related to marketing decision making
10. Create and explain the accounting of long-term
assets related to marketing decision making
SVLD 651 Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution
This course will be an examination of nonviolence and
movements for nonviolent social transformation as they
are expressed in world religions. The life of Jesus of
Nazareth, the work of Francis of Assisi, Gandhi, Martin
Luther King Jr., and Dorothy Day, among others in the
history of nonviolence, will be analyzed in exploring
practical ways to peacefully resolve conflicts
SVLD 650 Building Community
One of the key characteristics of servant-leaders is
facility in building community while respecting and
supporting the diverse gifts of individuals. This course
will examine the dynamics of community, ways of
nurturing community development, finding core values,
healing divisions, and facilitating change in other
organizations
MGMT 305 Project Management
This course is designed to introduce students to the
importance of project management in business
environments. Project management is the discipline of
planning and organizing resources to bring about the
successful completion of specific goals while managing
constraints of scope, costs and time. Students will
explore the process of project management and will learn

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the critical steps to: Identify needs and turn them into a
project proposal; Create a project plan (using work
breakdown structures, activities definitions and
relationships); Create a project schedule (using durations
and early/late start and finish dates); Determine activities
within the critical path; Create a project budget; Monitor
the progress of the project using Gantt charts; Modify the
plan as variations develop within the project. They will
then take a project of their choice and complete it by
applying these steps. Learners will research and
participate in leadership, team building and
communication activities to allow for successful
teamwork in completing the project. Self-evaluations will
be used to assess the progress in these areas. Project
Management software will also be explored
(5) Career development and
transition skills.

Professional Development (1 Credit Course)


Prepares learners to use strategies to seek, obtain and
retain employment. Learners develop a job search plan,
prepare a resume and cover letter, complete application
forms, build a professional profile and prepare for job
interviews. Students will develop their own professional
portfolio and present it to potential employers
Professional Training & Skill Development
Youth Program Quality Assessment Workshops (YPQA)
2011-2014 (U of M Extension)
United Way Olmsted County contract with U of M
Extension 2011-2014
Recruiting & Retaining Teens 2013
Program Basics 2013

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Building Resiliency in Youth 2013


Boys & Girls Club Management Advanced Leadership
Program 2011, 2012
Boys & Girls Club Minnesota Program Committee 20112014 Vice President, 2012
Americore Promise Fellow Supervisor 2011, 2012
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
Gang Initiative Training 2011
Crisis Prevention & Intervention Training 2010
Providing Informal Guidance and Discipline Techniques
2009
Developmental Characteristics of Youth 2009
Wisconsin Association of Child and Youth Care
Professionals (WACYCP) Winter Training, 2009
Shaken Baby Syndrome Training (SIDS) 2009
Supporting Parents with Mental Illness Training, 2009
Understanding Unwelcome Behavior/Disability Rights
Wisconsin, 2008
24/7 Dad Training Institute Completion 2008
TLC Supervisory Training, 2007
Practicing Inclusiveness/Embracing Diversity Workshop,
2008
D. A teacher of business
understands occupational career
clusters within business,
marketing, and information
management.
BUED 435: Info.

MGMT 342 Human Resource Management


This course provides an overview of all areas of human
resource management (HRM). Students will examine and
apply a variety of human resource management topics
spanning the three major areas of HRM: staffing,
development, and maintenance
MGMT 243 Interpersonal Management Skills

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Sys./Personnel
Management

This course focuses on development of interpersonal


management and communication skills necessary for
leadership success. Designed to prepare students for
BUED 401: General
effective collaboration on teams, the course format
provides ample opportunities to practice skill building in
Business Teaching
a safe learning environment. Topics include the theory
Methods
and practical application of: leadership, effective
MKTG 300: Principles communication, listening, feedback, coaching
persuading, goal setting, resolving conflict, time and
of Marketing
stress management.
E. A teacher of business must
EDUC 529 Sec Rdg & Tchg Strategies
be able to integrate
Emphasis is on reading comprehension, strategies, study
understanding business with the skills in content areas, lesson planning, lesson
understanding of pedagogy,
presentation skills, and techniques appropriate to the
students, learning environments, instructional process
and professional development.
EFRT 608 02 Diverse Learner
This course develops teacher candidate understanding
EFRT 401: Human
about how students differ in their approaches to learning
and creates instructional opportunities that are adapted to
Development &
students with diverse backgrounds and exceptionalities.
Learning :Secondary
The course includes human relations content related to
EFRT 449: Middle
the psychological, educational and life-long needs of
School Philosophy
learners with exceptionalities, diverse backgrounds,
and/or economically under advantaged. Field experience
BUED 401: General
hours in middle school or high school setting are required
Business Teaching
in addition to on-campus class sessions
Methods
BUED 403: Technology
& Business Teaching

REDG 605 01 Adol. Dev., Lrng & Assessment


This course introduces students to (1) the psychological
and social dimensions of learning in middle school and

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EFRT 459: The
Professional Educator
EDST 460: Student
Teaching
F. A teacher of business must
understand the content and
methods for teaching reading
EDUC 429: Secondary
Reading and Teaching

secondary classrooms (2) principles of adolescent


development and their influence on students
participation in school (3) assessment, measurement and
evaluation techniques. Field experience in a middle
school or high school classroom are required in addition
to on-campus class sessions
EDUC 529 Sec Rdg & Tchg Strategies
Emphasis is on reading comprehension, strategies, study
skills in content areas, lesson planning, lesson
presentation skills, and techniques appropriate to the
instructional process

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