25. Elementary Statistics (3)
Not open to freshmen except by permission of instructor. Methods of collecting, organization, interpreting, and applying data in quantitative studies in education, psychology, sociology, and biology.
30. Introduction to Teaching (2)
Recommended for students working for all credentials. Personal and professional traits, duties, and responsibilities of the teacher; observation of children at work and play.
100. Social Studies in Lower Grades (3)
Credit may not be received in both Educ. 100 and 101. Prerequisites: Educ. 185; provisional approval for admission to a credential program. Recommended: Educ. 102, 103; concurrently Educ. 130, 131. Teaching the social studies; points of view, materials, unit planning, and procedures; contributions of other subjects to an adequate social studies program.
101. Social Studies in Upper Grades (3) (See Educ. 100)
102. Reading in the Elementary School (3)
Prerequisite: Educ 185; provisional approval for admission to a credential program. Concept of reading as a process; foundations of reading instruction; methods, materials, and instructional aids for teaching reading in the elementary school.
103. Language in the Elementary School (2)
Prerequisite: Educ 185; provisional approval for admission to a credential program. Objectives, curriculum, materials, and procedures in language, spelling, and writing.
104. Children's Literature (3)
Prerequisite: Educ 185. Standards of selection for prose and poetry suitable for children from kindergarten through grade six; methods and practice in storytelling.
105. Storytelling (1)
Prerequisite: Educ 185. Methods and practice in storytelling of stories suitable for kindergarten through grade 6.
107. Problems in Teaching Elementary Arithmetic (2)
For teachers in service. Points of view, curriculum, units, instructional material, and procedures; assistance in the solution of teaching problems in the elementary grades.
108. Problems in Teaching Social Studies (2)
For teachers in service. Points of view, curriculum, units, instructional material, and procedures; actual problems worked out with the assistance of the instructor for grades 1-6.
109. Audio-Visual Education (2)
Required for kindergarten-primary, general elementary, junior high school, special, and general secondary credentials. Prerequisite: Educ 185. Types and use of materials and equipment in the classroom. Laboratory work in operation of equipment and appraisal of materials.
110. Educational Psychology (3)
Prerequisite: Psych. 7 or 10. Principles of psychology in the learning process; native capacities, differences among individuals, heredity and environment; kinds, theories, and laws of learning; suggestions for improvement of learning process; recent investigations of personality.
111. Mental Hygiene (3) (See Psych 111)
112. School Public Relations (2) (See Jour 112)
113. Growth and Development (2) (Same as Psych 113)
Not open to students with credit in Educ. 185. Organismic growth of the child from 6-18 years; interrelatedness of physical, motor, social, and personality growth; language development; perception; imagination.
113F. Field Work in Growth and Development (1) (Same as Psych
Maximum total credit, 2 units. Prerequisite: Educ. 185. Direct experience with children on playgrounds. in organizations, and in other recreational activities.
114. Psychology of Elementary School Subjects (2)
Experiments and investigations in reading, arithmetic, spelling, handwriting, grammar, social studies, fine arts, physical and health education.
115. Psychology and Education of Exceptional Children (3)
(See Psych 115)
116. Advanced Problems in Teaching Reading (2)
Prerequisite: Educ 102; teaching experience or permission of instructor. Diagnostic and remedial techniques; improvement of comprehension, recall, skimming, organization, reading speed; provisions for individual differences in ability and interest.
119. Child Psychology (3) (See Psych 119)
120. Adolescent Psychology (3) (See Psych 120)
125. Advanced Statistics (2)
Use of statistical aids in solution of educational, psychological, sociological problems; mathematical and logical derivation of statistical formulae. Open only to upper division or graduate students. Same as Psych. 125. Prerequisite: Educ. 25 or equivalent.
126. Measurement in Education (3)
Objective measurement of capacities and achievement of pupils; construction of informal, objective examinations and criteria for selection of standardized measuring instruments; planning and administering a measurement program.
130. Extra-Instructional Activities in Elementary Schools (2)
Prerequisite: sixth semester, Educ 185. Recommended: Educ 102, 103; concurrently Educ 101, 131. Activities of teachers outside the curricular fields.
131. Observation and Participation (1-4)
Prerequisite: provisional approval for admission to a credential program; 6 units in education and/or concurrently 5 units from Educ 101, 102, 103. Directed exercises in observation and participation to prepare for teaching, develop traits and qualities which make for success in teaching, and provide basic experiences for interpreting theories developed in parallel education courses.
132. Directed Teaching (2-12)
Prerequisites: Educ. 131 or equivalent for elementary and junior high credentials; full unconditional approval for admission to teacher education. Directed teaching in city schools under supervision of teachers, principals, and college supervisors. Weekly conferences with supervisors
134. Advanced Directed Teaching or Observation (1-4)
Prerequisite: Educ. 132. Work in addition to the regular assignment to offer broader training or to provide additional time for growth.
136. Methods in Speech Education (3) (See Spch 136)
138. Field Work in School Administration (1)
For in-service teachers working toward administration and/or supervision credential. Prerequisite: for elementary administration credential, Educ. 240; for secondary administration credential, Educ. 280. On-the-job participation in the solution of problems in administration; written report required.
142. Supervision of Special Subjects (2)
Supervisory techniques to improve instruction in special subjects; relationship of special to general supervision.
143. Function and Utilization of Radio in Education (2) (See Spch 143)
147. History of Education (3 )
Evolution of educational traditions and practices. foundations which underlie western civilization and modern school systems.
148. History of Education in the United States (3)
Sources and development of modern American educational theory and practice; understanding and appreciation of educational development and reorganization now in progress.
150. Nursery School Education (2) (See Home Ec. 150)
150F. Field Work in Nursery School Education (1-2) (See Home Ec. 150F)
151. Education for Citizenship (2)
Problems of citizenship; community problems and government; literature pertinent to citizenship. Interviews, lectures by community leaders, field trips to community institutions and activities.
152. Educational Sociology (2)
Scope and methods of educational sociology; basic sociological concepts; problems involving child, school. and teacher in their cultural settings; social role of schools in a democratic society.
153. Curriculum of the Elementary School (2)
For in-service teachers only. Does not duplicate and may not substitute for Educ 250. Principles, backgrounds, and organization of curriculums; scope, grade placement, selection, and teaching of subject matter.
155. Vocational and Educational Information (2)
Prerequisite: Educ 174 or permission of instructor. Procedures for collecting, evaluating, filing, and disseminating occupational and educational information in the guidance program.
157. Conservation of Natural Resources (3) (See Biol 157)
165. Individual Mental Testing (3)
(See Psych 165)
171. Elementary Education (2)
Prerequisite: Educ 185. Nature and functions of public elementary education; role of the teacher in the community centered school; framework for education in California.
172. Philosophy of Education (2)
Educational significance of present philosophical outlooks; educational, psychological, and sociological implications of major philosophies of education.
173. Secondary Education (2)
Prerequisite: Educ 185 or permission of instructor. Development of secondary education in America; objectives, administrative characteristics, curricular and extra- curricular features, articulation with other school divisions, types of students served, methods of instruction, guidance, community relationships.
174. Principles and Techniques in Guidance (3) (Same as Psych
Recommended for both elementary and secondary credential candidates. Prerequisite: provisional approval for admission to a credential program. Discovering and meeting needs of students; guidance as an integral phase of instruction; principles, procedures, and techniques in counseling, and in individual and group guidance.
175. Childhood Education (3)
Prerequisite: Educ 185. Development of young children; methods of teaching in the kindergarten and primary grades; unification of nursery school, kindergarten, and primary grades.
176. Modern Trends in Education (1-4; max total 4)
Recent trends in educational objectives; selection and revision of curricular materials; methods of instruction.
190. Independent Study (1-5)
202. Organization and Administration of Guidance Services (3)
Prerequisite: completion of 10 or more units in the pupil personnel services credential sequence or in the master of arts degree program with a concentration in guidance, including Educ 155, 174, 224. Organization, administration, and evaluation of guidance services.
208. Diagnostic Testing and Remedial Teaching (3)
Prerequisite: Educ 126, 185. Tools and procedures in a diagnostic and remedial program in arithmetic, reading, language, spelling, handwriting, health, and social studies.
210. Classroom Practice in Diagnostic Testing and Remedial Teaching
Prerequisite: Educ 208. Work with individual pupils and small groups in diagnosing learning difficulties and providing remedial work.
215. Secondary School Reading (2)
Prerequisite: Educ 185, teaching experience or permission of instructor. Recommended: Educ 174 and educational measurements course. Nature of reading; observation and analysis of reading behavior and needs of secondary school pupils; development of reading materials and techniques for specific needs.
218. Mental Hygiene and Guidance of Children (3) (Same as Psych 218)
Prerequisite: Educ 185. Seminar on emotional and social problems of children in their adjustments to school and home practices and pressures; critical evaluation of tests, tools, techniques, and procedures in the guidance practices for parents and teachers.
220. Research in Education (2) (Same as Men's PE 220)
Prerequisite: graduate standing and 15 units of education. Seminar in research methodology; identification of educational research problems; use of library resources, data gathering and processing, writing a research report.
224. Counseling Techniques (3) (See Psych 224)
224F. Field Work in Counseling (2) (See Psych 224F)
239. School Finance and Business Administration (2)
Prerequisite: teaching experience or permission of instructor. Principles of public school finance; planning, execution, and appraisal activities.
240. Elementary School Administration (2)
Prerequisite: teaching experience or permission of instructor. Elementary school organization and control; pupil personnel, child accounting, teacher assignment, school plant, equipment, special and auxiliary agencies, public relations.
241. Legal Aspects of Education (2)
Prerequisite: teaching experience or permission of instructor. The legal provisions governing public education; with special attention to the California School Code.
244. Federal, State, and County School Administration (2)
Prerequisite: teaching experience or permission of instructor. Federal control and aid in education; state organization, methods of control, revenue and apportionment; county as a local or intermediate unit within the state organization.
245. City and District School Administration (2)
Prerequisite: teaching experience or permission of instructor. Principles and practices underlying city and district school administration; district policies; organization for administration and supervision; teacher selection and assignment; public relations; adult education; expansion and building programs.
246. Elementary School Supervision (2)
Prerequisite: teaching experience or permission of instructor. Organizing the supervisory force; the principal, general supervisor, and special supervisors in an adequate plan for supervision; techniques of supervising staff members.
250. Development of Elementary School Curriculum (2)
Prerequisite: general elementary teaching credential. Problems of curriculum development in the elementary school; concepts, principles, trends, organization of instruction, administrative considerations; outstanding elementary courses of study.
253. Secondary School Curriculum Development (2)
Prerequisite: Educ 173 and reaching experience or permission of instructor. Seminar on curriculum development for secondary schools; purposes of and trends in contemporary secondary schools for American democracy; problems in and resources for planning significant secondary school experiences.
280. Organization and Administration of Secondary Education (2)
Prerequisite: teaching experience or permission of instructor. Problems and procedures in administration of junior and senior high schools.
281. Supervision in Secondary Schools (2)
Prerequisite: Educ. 253, teaching experience, or permission of instructor. Problems of improving classroom instruction and learning procedures in the secondary school.
283. Seminar in Elementary Education (3)
Problems of teaching and administration of the elementary school; recent reports of national professional groups; newly developed research; significant movements in elementary education.
290. Independent Study (1-5)
299. Thesis (2-4)
300. Methods and Materials in Secondary Teaching (2)
Prerequisite: provisional approval for admission to teacher education. Psychological and social foundations of methods; instructional aids and resources for teaching in the student's major field; comparison of newer and traditional practices; classroom organization and management; evaluative techniques.
332. Directed Teaching in Secondary Schools (1-6)
Prerequisite: full approval without condition for admission to teacher education. Teaching of secondary pupils; teacher functions and responsibilities.
Return to Courses Menu
Return to General Catalog Home Page