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Professional Development

The College of Education offers an array of graduate degrees and programs to prepare teachers, counselor educators, and other education professionals for careers in schools, community colleges, universities, business and industry, and other postsecondary settings. In addition, electives are offered for undergraduate students who wish to explore education as a career choice. Please refer to the Schedule of Classes for a complete listing of all courses offered by the College of Education this summer, and visit the OSU Ecampus website for online courses for teacher and counselor educators.

Summer Courses available via Ecampus

TCE 512 Psychology of the Adolescent

TCE 522 Racial and Cultural Harmony

TCE 544 Literature and Reading Curriculum Design

TCE 545 Planning Curriculum Aligned to Standards

TCE 553 Critical Issues in Teaching and Learning Mathematics

TCE 572 Foundations of ESOL Bilingual Education

TCE 573 Instructional Approaches ESOL

TCE 576 Language Policy and Issues Bilingual/ELL

TCE 596 Technology for Educators

TCE 599 Special Topics-Advanced Counseling Theory

MTH 578 PROBABILITY AND DATA ANALYSIS IN K-8 MATHEMATICS (3) CRN 73833
Key ideas and topics in probability, data analysis, and statistics critical for the mathematics content knowledge of elementary teachers in grades K-8. Based on the recommendations of The Mathematical Education of Teachers by the Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences.

MTH 598 PROBABILITY AND DATA ANALYSIS IN SECONDARY MATHEMATICS (3) CRN 73834
Key ideas and topics in probability, data analysis, and statistics critical for the mathematics content knowledge of middle and high school teachers in grades 6-12. Based on the recommendations of The Mathematical Education of Teachers by the Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences.

Professional Development in Summer Session

Teacher Educators

The College of Education offers a variety of special topic courses taught during Summer Session in addition to regular courses in education. Below is a list of courses taught on the OSU Corvallis campus. These are open to professionals and students interested in teacher education and those wishing to earn an ESOL or ESOL/Bilingual endorsement. To obtain information on all Education courses offered, go to the OSU Catalog and type “TCE” in the quick-jump field and press "Go", then select Summer 2013 from the drop-down box on the right and press "Go to Schedule".

TCE 572 Foundations of ESOL Bilingual Education  

TCE 599 Special Topics/Learning Styles and Needs in Adolescents  

Counselor Education

All courses for Counselor Education professional development are available online. Visit OSU Ecampus for more information.

Undergraduate Students

In order to provide a multiple-entry pathway to teacher preparation, the College of Education has implemented an undergraduate education degree program. Contact our Advisor, Allyson Dean.

Undergraduate "core" courses are open to all OSU students and are offered on-campus (Corvallis)

TCE 216 – Purpose, Structure & Function of Education in a Democracy

TCE 219 – Civil Rights and Multicultural Issues in Educational Settings

TCE 253 – Learning Across the Lifespan

Upper division undergraduate courses offered on-campus (Corvallis)

TCE 412 – Learning Styles & Needs in Adolescence

Science and Math Education: The College of Education offers a variety of special topic courses taught during Summer Session in the Science Education and Mathematics Education (SED) Program in addition to regular courses in science and mathematics education. These courses are open to professionals and students interested in science and mathematics instruction at the middle and high school levels. 

SED 412/512  Technology Foundations for Teaching Math and Science  

SED 413/513  Inquiry in Science Education 

SED 414/514 Inquiry in Mathematics Education 

SED 566 Fostering Reflective Discourse in Science and Math Contexts (3) CRN 74748
Examines ways of speaking that foster learning in science and mathematics contexts such as K-16 classrooms and free-choice learning settings.

If you have questions about Professional Development education, please contact Karla Rockhold.