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EDU-635 Elementary School Teaching Methods in Social Studies

Bachelors, Graduate, Masters, Undergraduate

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Course Overview

This course concentrates on curriculum trends, teaching techniques, and appropriate media for teaching social studies in today’s elementary schools. The course stresses the specific learning skills required for the study of history, geography, economics, citizenship, and social problems, with a focus on the National Council for the Social Studies curriculum standards for kindergarten through grade six.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Bachelors, Graduate, Masters, Undergraduate
Prerequisite or Co-Requisite: EDU 600

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