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|SSE-Social Studies Education
SSE 4113 Social Studies for Elementary Teachers . . . . . 3(F,S,SS)
Prerequisite: EDE 4200.
Instructional methods and materials for teaching a contemporary program in social studies in the elementary school. Includes citizenship education and multicultural understandings; current trends and models teaching social studies.
SSE 4324 Teaching Social Studies in the Middle and Secondary Schools . . . . . 2(F)
Instructional methods and materials for teaching a contemporary program in the social studies, including classroom management, citizenship education, global education and current trends and approaches to teaching social studies; includes observation/ participation in middle and secondary school settings.
SSE 4384 Special Methods of Teaching Social Studies in Secondary Schools . . . . . 3(F)
Prerequisite: EDF 3234; ESE 3321C.
Provides students with the techniques and procedures of social studies, classroom instruction, creative utilization of resources, devices and materials required for the "new social studies". Permission is required.
SSE 6326 Teaching Social Studies in Middle and Secondary Level Education . . . . . 3(S)
Prerequisite: SSE 4113.
Corequisite: EDM 6944 or ESE 6944.
Analysis and evaluation of new programs and practices in teaching middle and secondary school social studies in terms of rationale, structure of disciplines and teaching strategy models; development, implementation and demonstration of creative teaching techniques designed to improve pupils' and teachers' understandings of and attitudes toward the study of social studies. Admission to Teacher Education and permission is required.