EDUCATION DEPAR'IMENT Professor GLORIA S. GRAHAM; Assistant Professor ELIZABETH McCULLOUGH ; Instruc­ tors ELWYN JOHNSON, HELEN WENTWORTH. Obiective. The objective of the Education Department is to train students for teaching in the public or private schools on the elementary level. Students graduated with an Education major receive State Elementary Teaching Credentials. In order to give the students an adequate liberal arts background it is necessary for the student to plan on five years for the completion of this course. The total number of semester hours required is one-hundred fifty-eight (158). Of this number one­ hundred twenty-eight (128) must be liberal arts courses while thirty (30) must be Bible and Doctrine, according to the requirement of the Accrediting Association of Bible Institutes and Bible Colleges. Students must make application to the Education Department before the comple­ tion of their sophomore year, and must have completed two-hundred (200) service hours of teaching young people in Sunday schools, camp counselling programs, Boy or Girl Scouts activities, etc. Applicants must maintain a 1.5 scholastic average, prior to the junior year, and must fulfill physical and personality requirements before being officially accepted by the Education Qualifications Committee. Students must complete one year of observation and participation, and must have eight hours practice teaching credit (288 teaching hours) under a qualified super­ vising teaching in the California Public Schools before being eligbile to receive an Elementary Teaching Credential. The Education Department is cooperating in the State Outdoor Education Pro­ gram under the auspices of the Garvey School District. Students who are qualifi ed to participate in this program are permitted to attend Camp Paivika from one to two weeks functioning in the capacity of Junior Counsellors. 301. PRINCIPLES OF ELEMENTARY EDUCATION. (2) A general course covering the background and necessary qualifications of a teacher, rural and urban classroom organization and management, curriculum, disci­ pline, P.T.A., teachers' organizations, school district services, safety in-service train­

ing, teacher tenure, county, state, and federal aid. Prerequisite for all Educational Methods classes.

302. AUDIO VISUAL. (2) A study of audio visual techniques applicable to the teaching process in the ele­ mentary schools. The operation of 16mm. projectors, opaque projectors, overhead projectors with tachistoscopic and microscopic adaptors, tape recorders, slide and film strip projectors, three dimensional bulletin boards, dioramas, montage, collage, panoramas, models, tableaus, pantomime, shadow play, and puppetry. 303. INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN PUBLIC EDUCATION. (2) A survey of the purposes, organization, and spirit of American public education, particularly as it applies to elementary schools, examined as contributing factors to the development of America. 304. HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION. (2) A course designed to examine education in terms of the long view and in historic medium from times of Greek civilization to the present. Acquaintance with the 51

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