EDC 431 – Clinical Experiences for Secondary Ed

Course Information

Professor: Dr. Jay Fogleman, Lynn Wolslegel
Semester: Fall
Credits: 1
Prerequisites: 102 and 250 and senior standing or permission of instructor. Concurrent enrollment in 430 required. Open only to secondary education majors and secondary M.A./TCP students. Not for graduate credit in education.

Catalog Description: Secondary school clinical experience, taken concurrently with secondary methods course (430) during semester prior to student teaching. Student applies content learned in methods course and prior course work to peer teaching and classroom settings. Restricted to majors. (Practicum) Not for graduate credit. S/U only.

Course Goals & Outcomes

A minimum of 3-40 hrs/wk should be spent this semester in your field placement. The purpose of this placement is for you to establish a presences and begin teaching in the setting in which you will be student teaching.

About The Professor

Dr. Jay Fogleman
Office: 401.874.4161
fogleman2@gmail.com

  • Ph.D., Doctoral Candidate School of Education, University of Michigan, 2010
  • M.A., Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) The Johns Hopkins University, 1991
  • B.A., Bachelor of Science in Physics. University of Maryland, 1984

Selected Publications
“Examining the Effect of Teachers’ Adaptations of a Middle School Science Inquiry-Oriented Curriculum Unit on Student Learning.” Fogleman, J., McNeill, K. L., & Krajcik, J. S. (2011). Journal of Research in Science Teaching.

“Capitalizing on Internet Resources for Content-Area Teaching and Learning.” Coiro, J. & Fogleman, J. (2011 February). Educational Leadership

“Taking Library 2.0 to the Next Level: Using a Course Wiki for Teaching Information Literacy to Honors Students,” Niedbala, M.A., & Fogleman, J. (2010). Journal of Library Administration, 50(7/8).

“Sustaining Innovations Through Lead Teacher Learning: A learning sciences perspective on supporting professional development,” Fogleman, J., Fishman, B., Krajcik, J. (2006). Teaching Education, 17(2), (pp. 181-194).

“Professional Development and Teacher Learning: Using concept maps in inquiry classrooms,” Kubitskey, B., Fishman, B. J., Margerum-Leys, J., Fogleman, J., Brunvand, S., Marx, R.(2006). In P. McMahon, P. Simmons, R. Sommers, D. DeBaets, F. Crawley (Eds.), Assessment in science: Practical experiences and education research (pp. 107-118). Arlington, VA: NSTA.

“A Neodymium YAG Active Mirror For the Amplification of Mode-Locked Laser Pulses,” S. R. Bowman, L. M. Ding, F. M. Yang, C. O. Alley, J. Fogleman, J. D. Rayner, CLEO Proceedings, Spring, 1988.

“First Lunar Ranging Results From the University of Maryland Research Station at the 1.2 Meter Telescope of the Goddard Space Flight Center.,” C. O. Alley, S. R. Bowman, J. D. Rayner, C. A. Steggerda, J. A. Fogleman, B. C. Wang, and F. M. Yang, Sixth International Workshop on Laser Ranging Instrumentation, September, 1986.

“A Neodymium YAG Active Mirror For the Amplification of Mode-Locked Laser Pulses” (Progress Report), S. R. Bowman, L. M. Ding, F. M. Yang, C. O. Alley, J. Fogleman, J. D. Rayner, Sixth International Workshop on Laser Ranging Instrumentation, September, 1986.

“Examining the Effect of Teachers’ Adaptations of a Middle School Science Inquiry-Oriented Curriculum Unit on Student Learning.” Fogleman, J., McNeill, K. L., & Krajcik, J. S. (2011). Â Journal of Research in Science Teaching.

“Capitalizing on Internet Resources for Content-Area Teaching and Learning.” Coiro, J. & Fogleman, J. (2011 February). Educational Leadership

“Taking Library 2.0 to the Next Level: Using a Course Wiki for Teaching Information Literacy to Honors Students,” Niedbala, M.A., & Fogleman, J. (2010). Journal of Library Administration, 50(7/8).

About The Professor

Lynn Wolslegel
Office: 401.787.8733
lynn_wolslegel@mail.uri.edu