Elementary/Special Education Accelerated
Program
Group Sessions 2014
www.education.msu.edu
Teacher Education Forms
COE Homepage  Academics  Undergraduate  Teacher Preparation Forms
http://education.msu.edu/academics/undergraduate/teacher-preparation-forms.asp
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Coordinators and Advisors
Elementary Coordinator
Andrea Kelly – 116Q Erickson
Special Education Coordinator
Lisa Plascencia – 337 Erickson
Elementary/Teacher Education Advisors
Janet Chegwidden
Joella Cogan
Kristy Dumont
Jennifer Watson
Michael Zaborowski
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What is a Major?
Your Degree Major is either:
Elementary Education
Special Education
Child Development
Your Teaching Major is:
Language Arts
Social Studies
Integrated Science
Math
Your Teaching Minor is:
Any subject off the approved minor
list (additional & optional only)
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This is what appears
on your MSU
Diploma
Teaching majors
and minors appear
on your MSU
transcript after you
are awarded your
teacher
certification
College of Education Program
Requirements
Part 1 – University Requirements
ISS 200-level
4 credits
ISS 300-level
4 credits
ISB*
3 credits
ISP*
3 credits
Lab*
2 credits
IAH (201-210)*
4 credits
IAH (211+)*
4 credits
WRA
4 credits
TOTAL – 28 credits
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*Waived for Science majors
*One of these can fulfill the
arts requirement of the
Planned Program
IAH/ISS Diversity Requirement
Course choices must include 2 out
of the 3 designations: “I”, “N” or
“D”
College of Education Program
Requirements
Part 2 – Education Studies
Course
Course Title
Prerequisites & Notes
Credit
TE 150
Reflections on Learning
TE 250/CEP 240
Human Diversity, Power, and Opportunity in
Social Institutions/Diverse Learners in
Multicultural Perspective
Elementary Ed takes TE 250
TE 301
junior year
Learners and Learning in Context
Prereq: TE 150 and TE 250/CEP 240
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TE 403
fall senior year
Teaching of Science to Diverse Learners
Prereq: TE 301 and ISE 301 with min grades
of 2.0
3
TE 404
fall senior year
Teaching of Social Studies to Diverse
Learners
TE 405
spring senior year
Teaching of Language and Literacy to Diverse
Learners
Prereq: TE 348 with min grade of 2.0
3
TE 406
spring senior year
Teaching of Mathematics to Diverse Learners
Prereq: MTH 201 and MTH 202 with min
grades of 2.0
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3
3
Special Ed & Child Dev take CEP 240
3
TOTAL – 21 credits
Must maintain a 2.5 overall GPA in TE courses, with no individual grade below 2.0
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Special Education Program Requirements
All of the following courses:
CSD 333
Oral Language Development
3 cr
CEP 301
Literacy Instruction for Students with Mild Impairments
3 cr (Spr Sem Jr Yr)
CEP 449
Behavior Management in Special Ed
3 cr (Spr Sem Sr Yr)
CEP 451
Models of Special Education Admin. And Services
3 cr (Fall Sem Jr Yr)
CEP 452
Universal Design for Learning in the General Education Classroom
3 cr (Fall Sem Sr Yr)
PSY 101
Into to Psychology
4 cr
Must maintain a 2.5 overall GPA for Special Education
Certifies students in grades K-12 for Learning Disabilities
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Child Development Program Requirements
All of the following courses:
HDFS 211
Child Growth and Development
3 cr
HDFS 320
HDFS 320 Lab
Interaction with Children
Interaction with Children - Lab
3 cr
1 cr - Lab
HDFS 321
HDFS 321 Lab
Curriculum for Children
Curriculum for Children - Lab
3 cr
1 cr - Lab
HDFS 322
Infant Development and Program Planning
3 cr
HDFS 421
Assessment of the Young Child
3 cr
HDFS 424
Student Teaching in Early Childhood Education
6 cr
Must maintain a 2.5 overall GPA in Endorsement
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TE 301 and ISE 301 – Summer 2014
Option #1
TE 301 section 101
MTuW 9:10-12:00 pm
&
ISE 301 section 102
MTuW 12:40-3:10 pm
Option #2
ISE 301section 101
MTuW 9:10-11:40 pm
&
TE 301 section 102
MTuW 12:40-3:30 pm
Integrated Science Majors DON’T take ISE 301!
Make sure to sign up for a section with an advisor and the
Student Affairs Office will give you an override.
Remember to enroll yourself for the specific sections that
you requested.
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College of Education Program Requirements
Part 3 – Teaching Area Options
Language Arts
• 36 credits
Integrated Science
Social Studies
• 49 credits
Mathematics
• 53-59 credits
• 32 credits
Information
Must maintain a 2.5 overall GPA in Teaching Major
Major certifies students in grades 6-8.
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College of Education Program
Requirements
Teaching Minors
•Arabic
•Chinese
•Computer Science
•English
•French
•German
Credits
20
24
21-22
21-23
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•History
•Japanese
•Mathematics
•Russian
•Spanish
•Teaching English
to Speakers of
Other Languages
(TESOL)
Information
Must maintain a 2.5 overall GPA in Teaching Minor
Minors certify students in grades 6-8.
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Credits
31
24
20
23
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20-25
College of Education Program Requirements
Part 4 – Planned Program
Course
Course Title
Credit
MTH 201
Elementary Math for Teachers I
3
MTH 202
Elementary Math for Teachers II
3
ISE 301
Science for Elementary Schools
3
GEO 204
World Regional Geography
3
TE 348
Reading & Responding to Children’s Literature
3
IAH 208/IAH 209/
IAH 241 A,C,D,E or F
Music & Culture/Art, Visual & Culture/Music &
Society in the Modern World/Cultural & Artistic
Traditions of Europe/Theater & Society in the
West/Creative Process
4
•Planned Program certifies in
grades K-5
MUS 463/THR 421/
THR 422/DAN 420/
TE 491
Methods & Materials of Elementary Music/Creative
Dramatics/Children’s Theatre/Creative Dance &
Learning/Creative Arts for Children
3
• All courses required (some
may apply to the teaching
major)
LIN 200/ENG 302/
CSD 333/LIN 401
Intro to Language/Into to the English Language/Oral
Language Development/Intro to Linguistics
3-4
HST 202
U.S. History to 1876
4
• IAH can double count with
University Requirement
KIN 355
Physical Activity & Health Education for Elementary
Teachers
3
Information
• Must pass all courses with a
2.0 or higher
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Degree Requirements
Information
If you take MTH
1825 at MSU
you will need
123 credits to
graduate.
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Requirements
Credits
University Requirements
28
Education Studies
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Teaching Major/Minors
32-59
Planned Program
20+
Total Program Credits 101
Plus Electives or Special Ed Courses 19
Total to Graduate 120
Technology Requirements
• Proficiency and expertise in technology will be acquired as a part of
the TE curriculum
• College of Education Laptop Requirement for admitted students
http://education.msu.edu/resources/students/laptop-requirement.asp
• MUST USE MSU EMAIL ACCOUNT
– This is the only e-mail address that the University will use for sending
official communications to students after they enroll
– Need to check your MSU account regularly
• When emailing an advisor in COE be sure to use your MSU email
and include your full name
• Read all email messages from the Registrar and MSU email
accounts
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Accommodations
If you are a student with special needs:
Strongly encouraged to register with the RCPD
Accommodations for MSU classes may be different than
reasonable accommodations needed for your K-12 field
placements and will require advance planning
It is up to you to discuss your need for accommodations
in K-12 classrooms with the program ahead of time
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Criteria for Progression to the
Internship
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Academic Requirements
Elementary Education Test (Test 083) required for internship
http://education.msu.edu/academics/undergraduate/mttc.asp
Subject Area Tests
http://education.msu.edu/academics/undergraduate/mttc.asp
Must pass if you want to be certified in subject areas
World Language oral proficiency exam
http://education.msu.edu/academics/undergraduate/oral-proficiency.asp
Professional Standards
Internship Classes (CEP courses for Special Education majors only)
- TE 501 (taken by both majors) – 6 credits
- TE 801/CEP 801A – 3 credits
- TE 802/CEP 802A – 3 credits
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- TE 502/CEP 502A – 6 credits
- TE 803/CEP 803A – 3 credits
- TE 804/CEP 804A – 3 credits
Conviction Disclosure
http://education.msu.edu/academics/undergraduate/criteria-for-progression.asp
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Conviction Disclosure
Students, interns and teacher certification candidates are obligated to report
convictions to the Certification Officer.
• Students must submit a Conviction
Disclosure Form (CDF)
• Prior to admission to the TE
program
• Prior to internship placement
• Prior to initial certification
• After admission students are
obligated to report subsequent
convictions to COE Certification
Officer within 5 business days and
provide court documents
Failure to disclose conviction history is
falsification!
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May be denied admission, field
placement or recommendation for
certification because of a conviction for
a misdemeanor or felony
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Failure to report a conviction or
falsification could result in dismissal
from the TE program
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ICHAT Search (Internet Criminal
History Access Tool)
• Internet search for criminal history
• Required for TE 301, 302, 403408
A conviction does not disappear from
your record!
The Integrity of Scholarship and Grades
Maintain Integrity
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Provide accurate info for academic
& admissions records
Adhere to professional standards
and honor codes
http://education.msu.edu/academics/undergraduat
e/professional-conduct.asp
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Complete original work without
unauthorized aid
Plagiarism
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Using the words or ideas of others
without permission or citation
Many unintentionally commit acts
of plagiarism
Become informed and avoid
allegations at
https://www.msu.edu/unit/ombud/academicntegrity/plagiarism-policy.html
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Procedures Used in Academic
Dishonesty
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Instructor takes action:
penalty grade for assignment
or course
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Instructor completes
Academic Dishonesty Report
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Student’s Dean will add form
to academic record
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Student must complete an
online course about the
integrity of Scholarship and
Grades. Can’t graduate until
successfully completed.
CPR/First Aid Requirement
All students seeking initial teacher certification must prove that they are
certified in:
Adult CPR
Child CPR
First Aid
MDE - Approved Providers of Courses for First Aid and CPR
http://www.michigan.gov/mde/0,1607,7-140-6530_5683_14795-118868--,00.html
First Aid certification is valid for 3 years
CPR certification is valid for 1 year
Must be current at time of certification. Earliest to take them is late August
before internship begins.
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Ways to Get Involved
TEAM
Tomorrow’s Educators for the
Advancement of Multicultural Students
[email protected]
Friendshop
An enrichment program for elementary
school children run by MSU students
[email protected]
Student Council for Exceptional
Children
The group promotes awareness of
exceptional children through discussion
and service
[email protected]
Specialization in Coaching or Health
Promotion
134 Erickson Hall
Kappa Delta Pi
International honor society in education
[email protected]
MSU Student Literacy Corps
Trains and places volunteers to serve as
mentors and tutors to at-risk children in the
Lansing area
Patricia Williams 420-1849
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Service Learning Center
Volunteer placements are in classrooms
with youth groups and with tutoring
programs
http://www.servicelearning.msu.edu/
http://education.msu.edu/academics/un
dergraduate/get-involved.asp
Other Information
Reply due Friday, March 15
If you don’t reply we will assume you are not pursuing teacher education
Remember you need at least 56 completed credits by the end of this
summer to stay in the College of Education!
For Special Education and Elementary Education majors we will change
your degree major based on admission as we receive Replies.
For transfer credit information check out transfer.msu.edu
Check News & Announcements on the COE website for updates
www.education.msu.edu
Chicago Internship requires separate application process. Must be in good
standing with the College of Education.
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Connect with the College of Education
www.education.msu.edu
Michigan State University College of Education
@MSUCollegeofEd
#MSUed
For appointments:
http://education.msu.edu/academics/undergraduate/advising-scheduling.asp
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