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  Oct 18, 2017
 
 
    
2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Teaching Elementary Adolescent and Young Children Department


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College of Education and Professional Studies
Ellensburg
Black Hall, room 101

509-963-1464
Fax: 509-963-1162
www.cwu.edu/elementary
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Faculty and Staff
Chair

Virgina Erion, EdD

Professor
Cory Gann, MA, early childhood education

Associate Professors
Tina Georgeson, EdD, early childhood and elementary education
Khodi Kaviani, PhD, elementary education
Keith Salyer, PhD, early childhood and elementary education

Assistant Professors
Virgina Erion, EdD, early childhood education
Dia Gary, EdD, educational foundations and leadership
Teresa Walker, EdD, early childhood education

Lecturers
Susan Connolly, MEd, lecturer
Christine English, MEd, senior lecturer
Melanie Kingham, MEd, senior lecturer

Staff
Tina Clark, program support supervisor
 

Department Information, Standards, and Requirements
Major and/or minor programs in the TEACH department include early childhood education and elementary education. Additionally the TEACH department contributes to the middle-level teaching programs in mathematics (see mathematics in the catalog) and science teaching (see science education in the catalog).

In addition to a listed major and/or minor, students must maintain full admission status in the Teacher Certification Program (see College of Education and Professional Studies in the catalog) and complete the Professional Education Program (see Department of Education Foundations and Curriculum in the catalog) to qualify for teacher certification in the endorsable area. The early childhood education major and minor offer options in which these requirements do not apply (see descriptions below). At least 75 percent of an endorsable major or minor must be completed prior to the Professional Education Program course, EDCS 442 (Student Teaching).

All students seeking a teacher certification endorsement must maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher for the last 45 graded credits. Students must also earn a minimum grade of “C” in all required major, minor, and Professional Education Program courses.

Programs

    Bachelor of ArtsMinor

    Courses

      Education: Early ChildhoodEducation: Elementary

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