Childhood & Exceptional Student Education
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Department of Childhood and
University Hall 269
Courses & Requirements
Master of Education (M. Ed.) in Early Childhood Education
|ECEG7010||Advanced Methods in Early Childhood Science||3|
|ECEG7050||Advanced Methods in Elementary Mathematics||3|
|ECEG7060||Multimedia Approach to Children's Literature and Writing||3|
|ECEG7070||Teaching Communication Across Cultures||3|
|ECEG7090||Methods of Instructional Differentiation in Early Childhood Education||3|
|ECEG7310||Field-Based Research in Writing||3|
|RDEN7185||Teaching Writers and Writing||3|
|RDEN7070||Understanding Readers and the Reading Process (RE I)||3|
|RDEN7071||Linking Literacy Assessment to Instruction (RE II)||3|
|RDEN7072||Instructional Strategies in the Content Areas (RE III)||3|
- Students assume primary responsibility for knowledge of and compliance with program requirements. Questions should be directed to the student’s advisor and/or to the Graduate Program Coordinator.
- Reading Endorsement: RDEN7070 must be taken prior to RDEN7071 or RDEN7072. Following successful completion of these courses, the student must follow the necessary procedures for adding the Reading Endorsement to one’s renewable certificate. Please see your instructor or forms page on our website for instructions.
- If a student holds a state of Georgia T-4 certificate and is currently a Teacher of Record in Georgia, a certificate upgrade may be obtained through the school system Human Resources Office. If a student holds an out-of-state certificate and is interested in obtaining a Georgia T-5 certificate, please see complete the Georgia Professional Standards Commission Self-Evaluation for more information.