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Teaching in the Middle School

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A study of how middle schools, working with other institutions, can best meet the needs of the young adolescents who are experiencing significant developmental changes.  Since the onset of these changes and the rate at which they occur vary considerably, there is tremendous pressure on the individual to cope with her changing person.  The purpose of this course is to examine effective strategies that can be used to help the student make this difficult transition from elementary to secondary education.  Field experiences in local public schools required. Prerequisites or corequisites: EDU 232 and EDU 234 or by permission.

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141 Johnson Hall
(919) 760-8593