Courses and Sequence
|Spring Intersession||EDCI 710 Social Foundations of Education||3|
|Summer||EDCI 702 Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment||3|
|EDCI 716 Teaching Diverse Learners||3|
|Fall||EDCI 791 Teaching Science and Mathematics in the Elementary School||4|
|EDCI 792 Teaching Social Studies, Reading, and Literacy in the Elementary School||4|
|EDCI 800 Teaching Practicum||2|
|Winter Intersession||EDCI 793 Teaching Health, Movement, and Fine Arts |
in the Elementary School
|Spring||EDCI 801 Internship in K-12 Schools||4|
|EDCI 760 Action Research in Education||3|
|EDCI 890 Master's Project||1|
The Course Schedule provides a listing of all classes offered during the semester, a description of enrollment procedures, an academic calendar, and other useful information. The course schedule also provides the class number, which is needed to enroll in the course through iSIS. Courses can be found by clicking on the term one is registering for, then the College of Education, and then Department of Curriculum and Instruction.
Courses are listed in numerical order and have the same numbers as stated above in the course descriptions.
All coursework is offered at a distance via K-State Online (KSOL), the course management system at Kansas State University. Classes are made up of readings, videos, discussion boards, or other online learning activities. Classes vary in format. There may be quizzes, tests, or papers. However, students will not be required to have a proctor. Students work independently; yet share comments and questions via KSOL. Classes are delivered within a semester time frame. Fall and spring terms are 15 weeks. Summer classes vary in length.
Students use their eID and password to sign into KSOL. When the semester starts classes will appear in “My Organizer.” Most professors also contact students via email the first week of classes.