TEC 625 - Teaching Adolescents (3)

Adolescence is a unique stage of life between childhood and adulthood which presents today's youth - as well as their teachers - with daunting challenges. This course provides Single Subject credential candidates with the theoretical and practical tools to understand adolescence as experienced by students in U.S. secondary schools. Central themes addressed in this course are: examining adolescent development, exploring cultural identity, valuing youth popular culture, getting to know students and their interests, creating an engaging curriculum, and building a safe classroom community.