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Title: Delivered at the Yadkin Center of Surry Community College, Yadkinville


1
BS/ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
Bachelor of Science in Elementary
Education Degree-Completion Program
  • Delivered at the Yadkin Center of Surry Community
    College, Yadkinville
  • Beginning Fall Semester 2009

2
POSITION WITHIN APPALACHIAN
Appalachian State University Chancellor Dr.
Kenneth Peacock Provost Dr. Stan Aeschleman
College of Business
Reich College of Education Dean Dr. Charles Duke
College of Arts Sciences
School of Music
College of Fine Applied Arts
Among the depts. within this college is the
Department of Curriculum Instruction Department
Chairperson Dr. Michael Jacobson
Among the programs offered by the dept. is
Elementary Education Academic Advisor Dr. Art
Quickenton
3
EXPECTATIONS OF STUDENTS
  • Department of Curriculum and Instruction Students
  • Should pursue this program with ENTHUSIASM
    PROFESSIONALISM
  • Should be prepared to meet the rigors of college
    courses.
  • This cohort provides the same education as the
    on-campus program.
  • Should be responsible for meeting program
    requirements on time.
  • Should review information and take appropriate
    actions on time.
  • Must abide by the regulations, including
    University Code of Student Conduct Code of
    Academic Integrity.
  • Should notify the Program Manager of any
    questions, plans, or changes regarding courses,
    registration, or status with the cohort.

4
PROGRAM OF STUDY
128 semester hours (sh) are required for
graduation
Upper-division courses required for the major
will be delivered to the cohort by Appalachian
Lower-division courses transfer from a community
college (or other accredited institution)
There is a precise schedule for delivery of
cohort courses that students must follow
Courses are delivered once
to each cohort
Lower-division courses are the responsibility of
the student Equivalency information for these
required courses is provided by Appalachian
5
LOWER-DIVISION COURSEWORK
  • Community colleges offer lower-division
    courses. Therefore, Appalachian will normally
    deliver only required upper-division courses to
    the cohort.
  • Concurrent enrollment in Appalachian and
    community college courses is permitted
    however, this is not permitted during student
    teaching.
  • It is the students responsibility to either
    have completed or to identify, apply and
    register for, and complete lower-division
    coursework for BS/EE degree requirements.
    Equivalent community college courses will be
    identified through checklists and other advising
    support.
  • Community college grades do not transfer - only
    courses and hours however, a minimum 2.0 GPA on
    transferred lower-division coursework must be
    maintained .
  • As soon as possible following each term
    enrolled, forward (or have forwarded) an
    official/original community college transcript
    directly to your program manager.

6
DELIVERY OF INSTRUCTION
  • Appalachian courses will be offered only ONCE to
    the cohort
  • Completion of courses that are missed or not
    passed is the responsibility of the student make
    up options include with another cohort, on-campus
    in Boone, or with an approved substitute from
    another institution
  • Coursework will be delivered Fall, Spring, and
    Summer Semesters
  • Faculty will typically deliver courses
    face-to-face at the Yadkin Center occasionally,
    online courses are possible

7
DELIVERY OF INSTRUCTION
  • Follow Appalachians academic calendar, not
    Surry CC.
  • Faculty travel to the site
  • Evening courses (typically 600-900 pm)
  • 1-2 days/week total, Fall Spring Semesters
    Summer Semesters will be scheduled as required
  • Weekend courses possible (e.g. 9am-4 pm, selected
    Saturdays)
  • Two-way audio-video (via NCIH)
  • Web-based coursework

8
Yadkin BS/Elementary Education Cohort Tentative
Schedule of Courses (This schedule assumes a
Social Studies Second Academic Concentration )
Complete PRAXIS I
9
PROFESSIONAL CORE CURRICULUM
  • CI/SPE 2800 Teachers, Schools and Learners
  • PSY 3000 Educational Psychology
  • FDN 3800 Foundations of American Education
  • CI/FDN 3850 Literacy, Technology and Instruction
  • CI 4900 Student Teaching (full-time semester)

10
COURSES FOR THE MAJOR
  • MAT 2030 Math for the Elementary School Teacher
  • CI 3015 Developing and Using Classroom
    Assessments
  • ENG/RE 3240 World Literature for Children
  • PE 3556 How Children Move
  • HED 3645 Health Education in the Elementary
    School
  • HIS 3728 History of North Carolina
  • MUS 2022 Introduction to Creative Musicianship
  • ARTS Elective Art, Music, or Drama
  • MAT/CI 3030 Investigating Mathematics and
    Learning
  • CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

11
COURSES FOR THE MAJOR, continued
  • RE 3030 Foundations of Literacy
  • CI/SPE 3000 Learner Diversity
  • GS 4401 Science Teaching in the Elementary
    School
  • CI 3110 Social Studies in the Elementary School
  • CI 3750 Integrating Media Technology into
    Teaching
  • CI 4000 Elementary School Curriculum
    Instruction
  • CI 4030 Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary
    School
  • RE 4030 Development of Literacy for Learning

12
IMPORTANT PRE-REQUISITES
  • PRIOR TO ENTRY, FALL SEMESTER, 2009
  • You must have complete the core math requirement
    it is
  • a pre-requisite for the cohorts MAT2030 course.
  • PRIOR TO SPRING SEMESTER, 2011
  • You must be admitted to RCOE Teacher Education,
  • which requires passing the PRAXIS I test.
  • PRIOR TO SPRING SEMESTER, 2013
  • (Student Teaching, CI4900)
  • You must complete all required core and SAC
    courses.

13
SECONDARY ACADEMIC

CONCENTRATION (SAC)
  • This cohort will pursue a SOCIAL STUDIES SAC
  • A checklist of required courses is provided
    they are available through community colleges and
    the cohort.
  • Coursework for the SAC must be completed prior to
    Student Teaching.
  • Contact your Program Manager to discuss SAC
    options you may substitute another, or complete
    an additional, SAC.

14
20/20 SERVICE LEARNING PROGRAM
  • As a requirement for the program, you must
    volunteer a minimum of 20 hours toward each
  • Community Service to be completed at an agency
    outside the school system (such as a food bank,
    crisis center) ? A description of the
    requirements/ process will be provided during the
    cohorts first semester.
  • Service Learning to be completed through
    several cohort courses.

15
TIME IN SCHOOL SETTINGS
  • Certain cohort courses require time in actual
    school settings. You must plan ahead to ensure
    this additional time can be committed for each
  • CI/SPE 2800, Teachers, Schools and Learners -
    35-40 hrs in a public school setting often
    accomplished in after-school programs
  • CI 3000, Learner Diversity - 40-50 hrs
  • CI 4000, Elementary School Curriculum and
    Instruction
  • approximately 100 hours, which includes required
    hours for RE 4030 CI/MAT 4030
  • CI 4900, Student Teaching a 12-credit
    course/full-time in a classroom setting

16
REQUIRED GRADES
  • You must maintain a minimum 2.5 cumulative grade
    point average (GPA) on Appalachian coursework, in
    order to continue to meet Teacher Education
    requirements.
  • You must earn a minimum grade of 2.0 (C) in each
    required major course. C- is not adequate.

17
ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION
  • Teacher Education status is required of all
    education majors. In order to register for
    cohort courses Spring 2011 and beyond, you must
    meet all requirements and be admitted to Teacher
    Education by the College of Education. The
    cohorts Program Manager will assist you with the
    application process.
  • By January 2011 you must have
  • Attained acceptable scores on PRAXIS I (or an
    equivalent)
  • Completed total college credit of at least 45 sh
  • Completed at least 12 sh, and a minimum 2.50
    cumulative GPA, on Appalachian coursework
  • Completed CI/SPE 2800, and the equivalent of ENG
    1000 - with a minimum of a C (2.0) grade in
    both
  • Completed a speech/hearing clinical assessment
    this will be delivered to the cohort

18
PRAXIS I SCORES
PRAXIS I measures basic skills in reading,
writing, and math and sufficient scores in all
three categories are required for advancement
into the Reich College of Educations Teacher
Education status. Minimum scores, required by
the NC Dept. of Public Instruction Reading 176 W
riting 173 Mathematics 173 or a total of at
least 522 or sufficient SAT/ACT scores
19
PRAXIS I PREPARATION
  • www.ets.org provides PRAXIS registration and
    preparation information including free,
    downloadable test prep documents.
  • Search the Appalachian Library catalog
    Pre-Professional Skills Tests Study Guides
    Info can be mailed to you, and is shelved at
    selected Appalachian Learning Alliance libraries.
    The Distance Learning Reference Library desk
    toll-free 877-423-0086 or live chat
    www.library.appstate.edu/distance_learning.
  • Workbooks are available online and through
    bookstores
  • Community college developmental courses focus on
    subjects
  • Additional assistance may be delivered, given
    sufficient demand

20
ADVISING
  • Advising and assistance will be available from
    the cohorts
  • Academic Advisor Dr. Art Quickenton
    quickentonaj_at_appstate.edu . RCOE Department of
    Curriculum Instruction for all academic
    issues
  • Program Manager Ms. Reneé Cook
    cookdr_at_appstate.edu and 800-355-4084.
    Office of Extension Distance
    Education for non-academic
    and logistical cohort support issues including
    applications, registration, financial
    aid/scholarships/student accounts,
    lower-division requirement advising, etc.

21
COSTS
Appalachian State University Estimated Tuition
Fees 2009-10 Academic Year 91.25 per semester
hour (in-state student) 450.75 per semester hour
(out-of-state student) Tuition and fees are set
annually, and modest annual increases can be
expected. Each course will vary in
requirements for textbooks, etc. Text
information will be provided asap prior to each
semester. The Appalachian Bookstore stocks all
required texts, and can ship orders
off-campus.
22
FINANCIAL AID
  • Federal financial aid is available for students
  • who qualify. The free financial aid form FAFSA
  • is used March 15 is the recommended submission
    deadline each year. www.fafsa.ed.gov
    800-4-FED-AID
  • For more information about financial aid, see the
    College Foundation of North Carolina website at
    www.cfnc.org
  • Appalachian State Universitys Financial Aid
    Office
  • 800-355-4084 ext 2190
  • www.financialaid.appstate.edu
  • Appalachian off-campus programs typically provide
    6 sh (half-time benefits).
  • Students who take required lower-level courses
    through a community college will report those
    hours for financial aid via a. Consortium
    Agreement form available at
    www.ext-dl.appstate.edu (forms)

23
RESOURCES
  • Appalachian State University, the Reich
    College of Education, and the Office of Extension
    Distance Education are committed to providing a
    quality education experience, as conveniently as
    possible, to its off-campus cohorts and students.
    Resources and support include
  • Library materials and resources available
    electronically, through the mail, and on-site.
  • Appalachians student identification cards will
    be created and mailed to you.
    An ID card is required for access to on-campus
    library materials.
  • A student financial account and student computer
    account will be assigned to you. Student
    Accounts Office 800-355-4084 ext 2113, and
    AppalNet/Technical Support 800-355-4084
    ext6266.
  • Your program manager (or other support
    professional) in the
  • Office of Extension Distance Education ?
  • 800-355-4084 www.ext-dl.appstate.edu

24
GRADUATION
Appalachians commencement occurs each May and
December. On- and off-campus students
graduate together on the Boone campus. Those
with at least 48sh of Appalachian coursework are
eligible for graduation with honors. The Deans
List is available for full-time students, and
therefore is not offered to off-campus
students. This cohort is scheduled to
graduate May 2013
25
BOOKMARK THESE RESOURCES
  • Please file and bookmark these sources of
    valuable information
  • Extension Distance Education
  • www.ext-dl.appstate.edu
  • Appalachian State University www.appstate.edu
  • Department of HLES site www.hles.appstate.edu
  • Appalachians Financial Aid Office
    www.financialaid.appstate.edu
  • Appalachians Library/Distance Learning Library
    Services www.library.appstate.edu/distance_learni
    ng
    Additional Distance Library information/tutorials
    will be made available during your first
    semester.

26
VERY IMPORTANT APPALNET INFO!
  • AppalNet is Appalachians portal to online
    information, processes and support for students
    and faculty. The following slides will help you
    become familiar with AppalNet we suggest that
    you also take time to walk through each tab and
    link the AppalNet tutorial.
  • ITS IMPORTANT THAT YOU IMMEDIATELY SET UP ACCESS
    TO APPALNET, AND BECOME FAMILIAR WITH ITS
    RESOURCES - ESPECIALLY EMAIL, PERSONAL
    INFORMATION, REGISTRATION, STUDENT ACCOUNTS, AND
    FINANCIAL AID.
  • Faculty, the College of Education, and the
    Extension Distance Education Office will
    communicate via telephone and your AppalNet Email
    address. ?Be sure to check for emails at least
    daily. Important information may be sent to you
    only once, through that address. You may forward
    AppalNet emails to another e-address but be
    sure to update that forwarding directive should
    the other address change or become inoperable.

27
Accessing AppalNET and your Appalachian
computer account
From the University Homepage www.appstate.edu
click on AppalNET
28
AppalNET
ACS mails student User Name and initial password
prior to first term
Be sure to change the initial password
You can reset your password here
If problem logging in, there may be a browser
issue. Click on Browser Issues to view a list
of the browsers to use.
29
AppalNET Student Screen
Be sure to read your University e-mail account
30
E-Mail
31
What if I use another e-mail account?
Click on Options and then go to Settings
32
Mail Forwarding Page
If you wish to have e-mail sent to another
account, simply enter the e-mail account to which
ASU e-mail should be forwarded and check Enable
forwarding
Click on Options and then go to Settings
If you decide to use Mail Forwarding 1) Test
the forwarding by having someone send an e-mail
to your ASU account 2) If you change your
personal account make sure the Auto Forward is
changed
33
Other AppalNET Features
Click on the Student Services tab within AppalNET
Register here
Check grades here
Pay by credit card here
If receiving financial aid through Appalachian,
set instructions to handle refunds here
34
Class Links within AppalNET
Within AppalNET click on the class links tab
If the course has an online component, access is
available by clicking on the course title (unless
the faculty member indicates otherwise)
35
Extension and Distance Education Homepage
www.ext-dl.appstate.edu
To find the email for faculty, staff, or students
Banner ID is used to access DL Library resources
An electronic newsletter is posted 3 times a year
Quick access links
Directory offers cohort/program contacts
information. Forms provides access to a number
of forms off-campus students will use
36
Entry Page of Online Schedule of Off-Campus
Classes
After clicking on the term of the schedule, this
page will appear
Click to get to cohort name and then courses
Step-by-step instructions are given for
registration
37
REGISTRATION FOR APPALACHIAN COURSES
It was planned that registration for your Fall
Semester 2009 courses would be accomplished by
the Office of Extension Distance Education.
For a number of reasons weve decided to
encourage you to register this semester, via
AppalNet, as you will for all subsequent
semesters. Its quick and easy give it a try.
If you have questions or problems dont hesitate
to contact Renee Cook (cookdr_at_appstate.edu and
800-355-4084) or Sara Speed
(speedse_at_appstate.edu and 800-355-4084). As
early as possible between August 21 and 24,
register online. PLEASE SEE NEXT SLIDES FOR
INSTRUCTIONS
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REGISTRATION FOR APPALACHIAN COURSES
  • To identify your Fall 2009 courses, click here
    http//www.registrar.appstate.edu/extension/fallsc
    hedule/Fall09_UNDERGRAD_SECTION.HTMLYadkinEE.
    Find each course registration (CRN) in the
    schedule CI2800-351 16023 PSY3000-350
    16025
  • Go to www.appstate.edu
  • Click the AppalNet icon in the upper right
    header
  • Log in with the AppalNet user name and
    password provided in the card mailed to you by
    Appalachian (if not, call 800-355-4084 ext 6266).
  • Click on the Self Service tab
  • Click on the Student tab
  • Click on the Registration link
  • Click on the Select Term link Fall 2009
    (view only) Submit
  • Click on the Add/Drop Classes link
  • Enter the 2 CRNs into 2 boxes five-digits to
    a box

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REGISTRATION FOR APPALACHIAN COURSES
  • Return to the Registration page, and click on
    the Printable Student Schedule link
  • Confirm you are correctly enrolled in the
    cohorts two Fall courses print the schedule if
    you wish
  • You should be able to view Fall 09 tuition and
    fees in AppalNet within two days. Back up or
    click the Student Services tab. Click on the
    Account Detail for Term link. Click on the
    Pay Now button to pay balance by credit card.
  • If you have applied for Financial Aid, click
    the Financial Aid tab to review aid status
  • To ensure Appalachian can refund anything due
    you under Student Accounts, click on the Add
    a Refund Address link and confirm your contact
    information

40
WELCOME
Congratulations on your admittance to
APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY and welcome to
the 2009 Yadkin BS/Elementary Education Cohort
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