Mar 30, 2023  
2021-22 Catalog 
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EDUC 302 - Practicum II

1 Credits

The second practicum complements the second quarter in the BASTE program. Students explore how to plan instruction, consider advanced concepts in language and literacy and the implications for teaching English language learners, and practice methods for teaching mathematics. The practicum placement gives students an opportunity to connect this material with field observations. The three BAS Teaching practicum courses will incorporate opportunities for students to reflect on the practicum experiences, including the implications for supporting English language learners.


Pre-requisite(s) ENGL& 101 with min. 2.0
Program Admission Required Yes Admitted Program BAS - EDUC

Quarters Typically Offered
Winter Day
Designed to Serve BAS in Teaching Students.
Active Date 20200330T21:14:53

Grading System Decimal Grade
Class Limit 30
Contact Hours: Worksite 30
Total Contact Hours 30
Degree Distributions:
Course Outline
Teacher presence

  • Ability to command attention 

  • Use effective strategies to engage students attention

  • Relational credibility with students

  • Potential to lead

  • Initiates appropriate interactions with individual students

  • Display with-it-ness


Importance of relationships with school colleagues, families, and educational partners

  • After-school activities

  • Knowledge of schools and communities

  • Community cultural wealth

  • School personnel and community resources


Verbal and Nonverbal communication techniques that foster active inquiry, collaboration and supportive interactions in the classroom

  • Modeling effective verbal/nonverbal communication skills

  • Understanding cultural, gender, intellectual and physical ability differences in classroom communication

  • Supporting and expanding learner expression in speaking, writing, and listening


Different approaches to learning and creating instructional opportunities for diverse learners

  • Identify students’ prior learning preferences, strengths, and needs

  • Individualized instruction

  • Connect instruction to students’ prior learning experiences, families, cultures, and communities. 

  • Design learning opportunities that take into account students’ stages of language acquisition and the academic language demands of lesson targets

Student Learning Outcomes
Demonstrate professional dispositions

Demonstrate ability to integrate knowledge and skills developed through field experiences with the content of the program’s coursework through seminars in core courses

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