TE203 Study in the Foundations of Teaching 3 credits

This entry level course is required of every student majoring in teacher education and is a prerequisite for entry into the program. It is designed to introduce the student to the principles and philosophy of elementary education in both public and Christian schools. The course is made up of the following components: 1) Independent study, using text materials, 2) Classroom observation and limited activities for students, under supervision of cooperating teachers. Field experience is required. 3) Seminars weekly.

1) Passing PRAXIS CORE scores (Passage of PRAXIS CORE exams may be waived with a composite ACT of 21 and successful completion of 15 semester hours of college work. Background checks from both FBI and BCI are required.

Offered every semester.