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|Child Development I: Theories of Child Development
|Fundamentals of Speech: Communication Requirement
|Physiology and Hygiene
|Pass the MSU Health Knowledge Test available through the Center of Pedagory or have Undergraduate equivalent course approved by advisor.
|Submit passing PRAXIS I scores (or qualifying exemption) as part of application.
|Completion and passing score on PRAXIS II: Early Childhood.
|Perspectives on Early Childhood and Elementary Education in a Diverse Society
|Sociocultural Context of Disability and Inclusive Education
|Early Childhood Curriculum and Pedagogy in Inclusive Classrooms
|Methods of Research
|Select one of the following:
|Understanding Reading Comprehension
|Language and Early Literacy Development
|History of Literacy and Media
|Teaching Multiethnic Literature in P-8 Classrooms
|Literacies, Digital Technology and Learning
|Special Topics in Reading Workshop
|Social Studies and the Arts: Understanding Democracy in Elementary Classrooms
|Mathematics Education in the Elementary School
|Semester Before Student Teaching
|Seminar I: Inclusive Early Childhood and Elementary Classrooms
|Clinical Practice I: Inclusive Early Childhood and Elementary
|Integrating Math/Science/Technology in Inclusive Early Childhood Classrooms
|Student Teaching Semester
|edTPA Assessment Requirement
|Seminar II: Inclusive Early Childhood and Elementary Classrooms
|Clinical Practice II: Inclusive Early Childhood and Elementary Classrooms
|or ECEL 514
|In-Service Supervised Graduate Student Teaching
|(ECEL 514 is for students in full-time teaching positions).
|In the term that you will sit for exam, register for the section which matches your major & advisor. Successfully pass exam.