Education Department Course Selection Instructions Fall 2012

Please see the Summer 2012 Academic calendar for registration dates for Fall 2012. Here’s the link. The current dates for fall registration are July 10 through August 12, 2012.

Please register according to the instructions listed below for your program and year/semester of entry.

The first day of classes for on-campus courses in Keene will be August 30. The last day of classes for on-campus courses in Keene will be December 14. Online courses will run August 30 through December 14, unless otherwise noted. Please see individual courses for exact dates and times of each course.

Integrated Learning students entering in Fall 2012, and Waldorf Year Round students who entered in Summer 2012 will participate in an Education Department Community Day at Antioch in Keene on August 29th. Information about this day will be sent to you from the department.

Financial Aid Recipients must carry a 4-credit course load in the fall semester to be eligible for aid and deferment of previous loans. Federal loans taken since 1987 may be deferred with half-time status.

Electives: Electives for all Education students are listed in the instruction sections for Integrated Learning and Waldorf Programs below. Students may also choose electives from other departments as well as the Education Department.


Elementary Teacher Certification Program


All Elementary Teacher Certification students who entered in Fall 2011 are required to register for:

Elective options:

Please note:
Students need to register for one of the two Philosophy courses: EDT 574 Philosophy of Education or EDT 545 Philosophy of Education and Change (for distance students only), AND EDC 577 Problem Solving Science -

for local students only) OR EDC 579 Elementary School Science: Part II - for distance students only)


All Elementary Teacher Certification students who enter in Fall 2012 are required to register for:

Elective options:

Please Note: All Early Childhood Certification students, and all Elementary/Early Childhood dual certification students who enter in Fall 2012, are required to take EDC 563 Math Methods: Elementary in Fall 2012. (This course will provide an Early Childhood focus for those students). Reading/Literacy will be offered in a specific course for these students in Spring 2013.


All Elementary Certification students who enter in Fall 2012 are required to register for EDC 563 Math Methods: Elementary or EDC 555 Reading/Literacy: Elementary in Fall 2012.

Integrated Learning students who entered Fall 2010 or after may register for a maximum of 14 credits during the fall semester. Students must have written permission of program director or advisor provided to the Registrar’s Office via Antioch email to exceed 14 credits.


Waldorf Program


All Waldorf MEd. with New Hampshire State Certification Students (year round) who entered in Summer 2011 are required to register for:


All Waldorf MEd. without State Certification Students (year round) who entered in Summer 2011 are required to register for:


All Waldorf MEd. students (summer sequence regular) who entered in Summer 2011 are not expected to register for the fall 2012 term.

All Waldorf Certificate Students (summer sequence regular) who entered in Summer 2011 are not expected to register for the Fall 2012 term.

All Waldorf MEd. Students (summer sequence regular) who entered in Summer 2012 are not expected to register for the Fall 2012 term.

All Waldorf Certificate Students (summer sequence regular) who entered in Summer 2012 are not expected to register for the Fall 2012 term.

Master’s Project Continuation
Students who have registered for, but not completed their Master’s Projects must register for ED 699C, Master’s Project Continuation (Section W).

Waldorf Course Restrictions
With the exception of EDC 571 Classroom Drawing and the two elective options listed below, all of the following Waldorf courses are restricted to the Waldorf Year Round students who entered in Summer 2012. EDC 571 Classroom Drawing is open to other Antioch Students.


All Waldorf Certificate Students (year round) who entered in Summer 2012 are required to register for:

Non-credited required courses:

Elective options:


All Waldorf MEd. without State Certification Students (year round) who entered in Summer 2012 are required to register for:

Non-credited required courses:

Elective options:


All Waldorf MEd. with State Certification Students (year round) who entered in Summer 2012 are required to register for:

Non-credited required courses:

Elective options:

Please note: Waldorf students may register for a maximum of 15 credits in the fall semester. Students must have written permission of Program Director or designee provided to the Registrar’s Office via Antioch email to exceed 15 credits.

Students are encouraged to review all course listings for electives.


Courses without Scheduled Meetings
EDC 579 Elementary School Science: Part II (section A)
EDT 545 Philosophy of Education and Change
ED 691 Internship, Elementary Education (Sections A, W)
ED 692 Internship, Early Childhood Education (Section A)
ED 694 Internship, Science/Environmental Education
ED 699 Master’s Project (Section S) Waldorf Summer Sequence MEd – 4 credits
ED 699 Master’s Project (Section Y) Waldorf Year Round MEd without NH State Certification–5 credits
ED 699C Master’s Project Continuation (Section W)
ED 693 Practicum (Section W)
ANE 690 SIS: Supervised Independent Study
ED 697 Professional Practice Seminar (Section D)


Experienced Educators Program


MEd with Applied Behavioral Analysis

All students in the Applied Behavioral Analysis MEd program who enter in Fall 2012 are required to register for:


MEd with Autism Spectrum Disorders Concentration

All students in the Autism Spectrum Disorders MEd program who entered in Fall 2011 are required to register for: One of the following practicum courses (the one you have not yet taken)

* Elective courses may be chosen in consultation with your adviser from among the on-line or ExEd Courses or Face-to-Face courses offered on campus at AUNE. You must take at least 1 credit of elective to maintain the 4-credit minimum necessary for half-time status for financial aid purposes.


All students in the Autism Spectrum Disorders MEd program who have completed the ASD program and entered the MEd Program in Summer 2012 are required to register for:

One of the following practicum courses (the one you have not yet taken)

* Elective courses may be chosen in consultation with your adviser from among the on-line or ExEd Courses or Face-to-Face courses offered on campus at AUNE. You must take at least 1 credit of elective to maintain your ½ status for financial aid.

All students in the MEd with Autism Spectrum Disorders concentration concurrent program who entered in the summer of 2012 are required to register for Fall ASD courses through the Applied Psychology Department. Please see the Applied Psychology registration instructions for Fall 2012 and Spring 2013 registration information. You will resume Education Department course work in the summer of 2013.


MEd with an Educating for Sustainability Concentration

All students in the EFS MEd program are required to register for:


MEd with an Educational Technology Concentration

All students in the Educational Technology MEd program are required to register for:


MEd with an Educational Leadership and Administration Concentration (principal certification track) who started in the Summer of 2011

All students in the Educational Leadership and Administration Concentration who started in the summer of 2011 are required to register for:

* Elective courses may be chosen in consultation with your adviser from among the on-line or ExEd Courses or Face-to-Face courses offered on campus at AUNE


MEd with an Educational Leadership and Administration Concentration (principal certification track) who started in the Summer of 2012


MEd with Problem-Based Learning Concentration

All students in the Problem-Based Learning MEd program are required to register for:


MEd with a Self-Designed Concentration

All students in the MEd with a Self-Designed Concentration are required to register for: One of the following practicum courses

Please note, that you must take at least 4 credits during the Fall semester to maintain your standing as a ½ time student for financial aid purposes.


MEd with a Teacher Leadership

All students in the MEd with a Teacher Leadership Concentration are required to register for:


Post-Master’s Principal Certification Students who started in the summer of 2012

All students in the Post-Master’s Principal Certification program who stared in the summer of 2012 are required to register for:


Electives
Electives for Experienced Educator students are listed in the course descriptions for Integrated Learning and Waldorf Education programs. Students may also choose electives from other departments as well as the Education Department.

Please Note: All Experienced Educator year-round students may enroll for a maximum of 9 credits in the Fall 2012 semester. Students must have written permission of Program Director provided to the Registrar’s Office via Antioch email to exceed these limits.

Master’s Project Continuation
Students who have completed all coursework and registered for, but not completed their Master’s Projects must register for ED 699C, Master’s Project Continuation, Section A.


Courses without Scheduled Meetings:
EDT 545 Philosophy of Education & Change
EDR 620 Equity & Change Practicum
EDR 692 Practicum: Child Study
EDR 694 Practicum: Curriculum
EDR 610 Leading with Data
EDC 567 Practicum: CFG Coaching I
EDP 629 Critical Skills for Critical Times
EDC 686 Using the Cycle of Inquiry
EDC 687 Powerful Learning Designs for the 21st Century Learner
EDC 519 Curriculum Design for EFS
ED 699C Master’s Project Continuation (Section A)