Below is a list of available courses offered by Curricular Studies Department. Consult the Registrar’s Office and the College Catalog for registration information.
CRST 205 - TEACHING WITH TODAY'S TECHNOLOGY LAB
This course is designed around the national technology standards and the Virginia Technology Standards for teachers. Students will become familiar with a variety of technologies that are used in K-12 classrooms. Students will develop lesson plans for use in schools that integrate technology as a learning tool including PRS, SMART Board, Computer-based lab probes, and video editing. Hours credit: 1.5.
CRST 208 - CONCEPTS OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATHEMATIC
Introduces elementary problem solving with emphasis on the nature of numbers and the structure of the real number system. Designed for students seeking a teaching certificate in elementary education. Topics studied include the structure and properties of number systems and of Euclidean Geometry applicable in elementary and middle school classrooms. Required for Curricular Studies majors. Hours credit: 3.
CRST 494 - SENIOR SEMINAR
Students will evaluate and conduct qualitative and quantitative research. Each student will work with a faculty supervisor to prepare a research proposal/thesis. Students will present their work during an oral presentation for students and faculty. Hours credit: 3. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Teacher Education Program.
CRST 497H - HONORS IN THE MAJOR
CRST 498H - HONORS IN THE MAJOR