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ELED 201 Introduction to Teaching: Home

Course Description

Provides a comprehensive orientation to the teaching profession. The theoretical content and field-based experience help candidates gain an informed overview of the dimensions of public education in the United States. Examine and critique historical, philosophical and intellectual foundations of the American education system that includes school organization and governance, ethical and legal matters, social roles, curriculum, major trends, and current educational issues. Develop a broad understanding of teaching certification and licensure and reflect on personal interests in a teaching career.


For ELED 201 students to help with their research or information needs... 
This guide will direct you to:
-- The PHYSICAL resources (Books & Journals) housed in the SU Libraries AND

-- The ELECTRONIC resources (Article Databases & Online Materials) available through SU Libraries or the web AND
-- Appropriate CITATION information AND
-- Anything else I think might help in your academic pursuits...

Just click on the appropriate tabs above...

FINALLY, If you don't find what you need, or if you would like some assistance in using any of these resources, please contact me, Stephen Ford, your liaison librarian.

You can chat, e-mail, call, or stop by my office. Look to the right for all my contact information red right arrow

If I am not available and you need immediate assistance from a librarian, you may stop by the Research Help Desk in the Guerrieri Academic Commons, call 410-548-5988, or use our LIVE CHAT.

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Subject Librarian

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Stephen Ford
OFFICE: Conway Hall 226 G
PHONE: 410-677-4602