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FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES EDUCATION (FCED 13.00)

FCED 130. Orientation to Family and Consumer Sciences Education. 1-1-0. Introduction to personal and professional foundations in the field. (19.0101)

FCED 133. Child Guidance and Behavior. 3-3-0. Directing and guiding the behavior of young children in the preschool setting. Fa only. (13.1204)

FCED 134. Family Development. 3-3-0. Relationships developed in family living with emphasis on the beginning family.  Sp only. (13.1808)

FCED 135. Creative Activities for Preschoolers. 3-3-0. Development and implementation of activities appropriate to the preschool setting. Emphasis on creative arts, music, literature, and science. (13.1015)

FCED 223. Clothing Construction. 3-1-4. Principles of garment construction using contemporary fabrics and commercial patterns. Sp only. (13.1308)

FCED 231. The Child. 3-3-0. Growth process and dynamics of development from conception through the preschool years. Laboratory experiences required.  (13.1308)

FCED 232. Approaches to Preschool Curriculum. 3-3-0. A study of developmentally appropriate procedures and standards for preschool programs. Emphasis on development related to curriculum, health, safety and licensing standards. Fa only. (13.1015)

FCED 238. Pre-practicum Seminar. 1-1-0. Prerequisite: ENGL 101. Must be taken the semester prior to FACS 239. Writing resumes, preparing employment applications, securing positions, analyzing employer-employee relationships and knowledge of experimental education. (13.1015)

FCED 239. Preschool Practicum. 6-0-20. Prerequisite:  Grade of C or higher in FCED and EDUC required coursework. A minimum of twelve weeks of work experience in an approved inclusive preschool, a birth to three facility, and home-based instruction experiences within a school district. Student is responsible for own transportation, board, lodging, and other expenses. (13.1015)

FCED 262. Demonstrations. 3-1-4. Principles of organization and presentation of demonstrations in all areas of family and consumer sciences. (13.0101)

FCED 330. Birth to Five: Developmental Disabilities. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: EDUC 211 and EDUC 250. Psychological, physical, and educational at-risk factors and disabilities of birth to five. Observation experiences required. (13.1015)

FCED 333. Birth to Five: Mathematics, Science and Technology. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: EDUC 250 and FCED 232 or EDUC 312. Developmental stages, theory and application of mathematics, science and technology for birth to five inclusive of special needs children. Observation and participation experiences required in preschool settings. (13.1015)

FCED 335. Birth to Five: Movement and Music. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: EDUC 250 and FCED 232 or EDUC 312. Theory and practice of movement and music experiences for birth to five inclusive of special needs children. Observation and participation experiences required in preschool settings. (13.1015)

FCED 336. Birth to Five: Language, Literature, and Literacy. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: EDUC 250 and FCED 232 or EDUC 312. Theory and practice of language, literature and literacy for birth to five inclusive of special needs children. Story-telling, early reading and writing processes are explored. Observation and participation experiences required in preschool settings. (13.1015)

FCED 344. Shelter and Design. 3-3-0. Basic principles of housing and home planning; and housing trends.  (13.1308)

FCED 348. Family Resource Management. 3-3-0. Concepts and principles of management as they relate to the utilization of resources within the home and family. (13.1308)

FCED 352. Methods of Instruction in Family and Consumer Sciences Education. 3-3-0. Prerequisites: EDUC 250 and PSYC 210. Modern educational methods related to the teaching of family and consumer sciences in secondary schools with emphasis on philosophy, legislation, youth organizations, and types of learners. Sp- even years only. (13.1308)

FCED 430. Assessment, Management and Evaluation for Birth to Five Programs. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: Completion of FCED 300 level coursework. Examination of birth to five services, assessment and management models inclusive of special education. Topics will cover legal, political, financial, and administrative issues relevant to the director of birth to five programs as well as development of lesson plans, curriculum design and assessment. (13.1015)

FCED 433. Program Planning, Assessment and Evaluation for Birth to Five Programs. 3-3-0. Development of lesson plans, curriculum design and assessment. (13.1015)

FCED 435. Management of Birth to Five Programs. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: FACS 232. Examination of birth to five services and management models inclusive of special education. Topics will cover legal, political, financial and administration issues relevant to the director of birth to five programs. (13.1015)

FCED 437. Birth to Five: Strategies for Working and Communicating with Diverse Families. 3-3-0. Key concepts and strategies that facilitate communication and collaboration with diverse-multicultural families focusing on partnering with families of early childhood age children and children with disabilities. (13.1015)

FCED 446. Family in a Consumer Society. 3-3-0. The family as a consuming unit with emphasis on money management and informed decision making.  (13.1308)

*FCED 457. Problems in Clothing. 3-2-2. Prerequisite: FACS 223. Recent trends, methods, processes and techniques in clothing construction. May be repeated for credit if content differs. Fa- even years only. (13.1308)

*FCED 458. Methods of Teaching Vocational Family and Consumer Sciences Education. 3-3-0. Prerequisite: Senior standing. Methods and instructional materials in vocational family and consumer sciences education emphasizing lesson plans, units of instruction, and student evaluation. Course includes computer applications. (19.0201)

FCED 459. Trends and Issues in Family and Consumer Sciences. 2-2-0. Prerequisites: Family and Consumer Sciences major and senior standing. Must be taken the semester prior to FACS 497, 498, 499. Major trends and issues in the family and consumer sciences profession. Emphasis on roles and employment opportunities for the new professional. (13.0101)

FCED 497. Family and Consumer Sciences Internship. 4-0-12. Prerequisite: Completition of all 400-level required Education courses in Pre-K-3 concentration. 160 hours of work experience in the intern’s major field of interest in family and consumer sciences. (19.9999)

FCED 554. Vocational Family and Consumer Sciences Education Workshop. 3-3-0. A study of current developments and curriculum trends in vocational family and consumer sciences. May be repeated for credit if content differs. (19.9999)

 

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