College of Humanities and Social Sciences GeauxTeach Secondary Education Concentration: History

Required Courses (33 hrs):

  • History 1001 or 1005 and 1003 or 1007, 2055, 2057, 3001, 3002, 4403, 4404, and History elective
  • EDCI 2001, 3001, 3002, 4003, 4004, and 4005


Ideal Semester Plan

 

Semester Education Course Paired Content Course
2nd Semester Sophomore EDCI 2001 None
1st Semester Junior EDCI 3001 History 3001
2nd Semester Junior EDCI 3136 History 3002
1st Semester Senior EDCI 4003 History 4403
2nd Semester Senior EDCI 4005 Student Teaching and EDCI 4004 History 4404


***There is no application process for the GeauxTeach program at LSU. Entry into a secondary education concentration requires students to have a 22 ACT score or to have passed the Praxis I exam and to have an overall 2.5 GPA.


Course Descriptions


HISTORY COURSES

HIST 1001 Western Civilization to 1500 (3) An honors course, HIST 1002, is also available. Ideas, trends, and institutions in western civilization from earliest times to the Reformation.

HIST 1003 Western Civilization Since 1500 (3) An honors course, HIST 1004, is also available. Development of western civilization from the Reformation to the present.

HIST 1005 World History to 1500 (3) Developments and interactions among Asian, African, European, American, and Oceanian cultures in the pre- modern age.

HIST 1007 World History Since 1500 (3) Interactions among Asian, Middle Eastern, African, European, and American cultures in the modern era.

HIST 2055 The United States to 1865 (3) An honors course, HIST 2056, is also available.

HIST 2057 The United States from 1865 to the Present (3) An honors course, HIST 2058, is also available.

HIST 3001 History and the Social Sciences I (1) Prereq: EDCI 2001. Concurrent enrollment in EDCI 3001. Supervised tutorial experience in local middle or high schools. Introduction to the role of the social sciences in the study of history.

HIST 3002 History and the Social Sciences II (1) Prereq: EDCI 3001 and HIST 3001.  Concurrent enrollment in EDCI 3002. The role of the social sciences in the study of history; course will assist student in the teaching of social studies to small groups in middle and high schools.

HIST 4403 History and the Social Sciences III (1) Prereq: EDCI 3002 and HIST 3002; concurrent enrollment in EDCI 4003. The role of social sciences in the study of history; course will assist students in the teaching of social studies to full classes of middle and high schools.

HIST 4404 Seminar in History and the Social Sciences (3) Prereq: EDCI 4003 and HIST 4403; concurrent enrollment in EDCI 4004 and 4005. How history and the social sciences view issues of importance in the contemporary world; course will assist students who are enrolled in student teaching.


EDCI COURSES

EDCI 2001 Education, Schooling, and Society (3) Introduction to contemporary educational issues, especially as these are situated historically, culturally, socially, and politically; topics include history, theory, and politics of education, especially as related to gender, race, class, and technology.

EDCI 3001 Student Development and Diversity (3) Prereq: credit or registration in EDCI 2001 and concurrent enrollment in one of the following: BIOL 3001, CHEM 3001, ENGL 3201, FREN 3401, HIST 3001, MATH 3001, PHYS 3001, SPAN 3001. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Differences among secondary students (grades 6-12) associated with their development levels, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds, genders, learning abilities, and special needs.

EDCI 3002 Classroom Culture (3) Prereq: EDCI 3001 and concurrent enrollment in one of the following: BIOL 3002, CHEM 3002, ENGL 3202, FREN 3402, MATH 3002, PHYS 3002, SPAN 3002. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Learning processes of middle school and high school students in the social learning environment of the classroom with attention to individual and group motivation, social interactions, integration of technology, and classroom management.

EDCI 4003 Curriculum and Pedagogy in Secondary Disciplines (3) Prereq: EDCI 3002 and concurrent enrollment in one of the following: BIOL 4003, CHEM 4003, ENGL 4203, FREN 4403, HIST 4403, MATH 4003, PHYS 4003, or SPAN 4003, or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit in a second subject area. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Credit will not be given for both this course and EDCI 4465. Applying instructional approaches in particular subject areas for middle and high school students.

EDCI 4004 Critical Issues in Secondary School Content Area Teaching (3) Prereq: EDCI 4003 or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit in a second subject area. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Credit will not be given for both this course and EDCI 4466. Critical issues in the nature of knowledge and inquiry in specific school subjects.

EDCI 4004 Critical Issues in Secondary School Content Area Teaching (3) Prereq: EDCI 4003 or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit in a second subject area. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Credit will not be given for both this course and EDCI 4466. Critical issues in the nature of knowledge and inquiry in specific school subjects.

EDCI 4005 Student Teaching in Grades 6-12 (9) Prereq: EDCI 4003 and concurrent enrollment in EDCI 4004 and in one of the following: BIOL 4004, CHEM 4004, ENGL 4204, FREN 4404, HIST 4404, MATH 4004, PHYS 4004, SPAN 4004. 1 hr. lecture; 24 hrs. lab/field experience in diverse multicultural settings. All day, all semester student teaching experiences, including observation, participation, and a minimum of 180 actual clock hours of teaching (with a substantial portion of the 180 hrs. in a full day teaching) under the supervision of an assigned public school mentor teacher.

Required Courses (33 hrs):

  • History 1001 or 1005 and 1003 or 1007, 2055, 2057, 3001, 3002, 4403, 4404, and History elective
  • EDCI 2001, 3001, 3002, 4003, 4004, and 4005


Ideal Semester Plan

 

Semester Education Course Paired Content Course
2nd Semester Sophomore EDCI 2001 None
1st Semester Junior EDCI 3001 History 3001
2nd Semester Junior EDCI 3136 History 3002
1st Semester Senior EDCI 4003 History 4403
2nd Semester Senior EDCI 4005 Student Teaching and EDCI 4004 History 4404


***There is no application process for the GeauxTeach program at LSU. Entry into a secondary education concentration requires students to have a 22 ACT score or to have passed the Praxis I exam and to have an overall 2.5 GPA.


Course Descriptions


HISTORY COURSES

HIST 1001 Western Civilization to 1500 (3) An honors course, HIST 1002, is also available. Ideas, trends, and institutions in western civilization from earliest times to the Reformation.

HIST 1003 Western Civilization Since 1500 (3) An honors course, HIST 1004, is also available. Development of western civilization from the Reformation to the present.

HIST 1005 World History to 1500 (3) Developments and interactions among Asian, African, European, American, and Oceanian cultures in the pre- modern age.

HIST 1007 World History Since 1500 (3) Interactions among Asian, Middle Eastern, African, European, and American cultures in the modern era.

HIST 2055 The United States to 1865 (3) An honors course, HIST 2056, is also available.

HIST 2057 The United States from 1865 to the Present (3) An honors course, HIST 2058, is also available.

HIST 3001 History and the Social Sciences I (1) Prereq: EDCI 2001. Concurrent enrollment in EDCI 3001. Supervised tutorial experience in local middle or high schools. Introduction to the role of the social sciences in the study of history.

HIST 3002 History and the Social Sciences II (1) Prereq: EDCI 3001 and HIST 3001.  Concurrent enrollment in EDCI 3002. The role of the social sciences in the study of history; course will assist student in the teaching of social studies to small groups in middle and high schools.

HIST 4403 History and the Social Sciences III (1) Prereq: EDCI 3002 and HIST 3002; concurrent enrollment in EDCI 4003. The role of social sciences in the study of history; course will assist students in the teaching of social studies to full classes of middle and high schools.

HIST 4404 Seminar in History and the Social Sciences (3) Prereq: EDCI 4003 and HIST 4403; concurrent enrollment in EDCI 4004 and 4005. How history and the social sciences view issues of importance in the contemporary world; course will assist students who are enrolled in student teaching.


EDCI COURSES

EDCI 2001 Education, Schooling, and Society (3) Introduction to contemporary educational issues, especially as these are situated historically, culturally, socially, and politically; topics include history, theory, and politics of education, especially as related to gender, race, class, and technology.

EDCI 3001 Student Development and Diversity (3) Prereq: credit or registration in EDCI 2001 and concurrent enrollment in one of the following: BIOL 3001, CHEM 3001, ENGL 3201, FREN 3401, HIST 3001, MATH 3001, PHYS 3001, SPAN 3001. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Differences among secondary students (grades 6-12) associated with their development levels, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds, genders, learning abilities, and special needs.

EDCI 3002 Classroom Culture (3) Prereq: EDCI 3001 and concurrent enrollment in one of the following: BIOL 3002, CHEM 3002, ENGL 3202, FREN 3402, MATH 3002, PHYS 3002, SPAN 3002. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Learning processes of middle school and high school students in the social learning environment of the classroom with attention to individual and group motivation, social interactions, integration of technology, and classroom management.

EDCI 4003 Curriculum and Pedagogy in Secondary Disciplines (3) Prereq: EDCI 3002 and concurrent enrollment in one of the following: BIOL 4003, CHEM 4003, ENGL 4203, FREN 4403, HIST 4403, MATH 4003, PHYS 4003, or SPAN 4003, or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit in a second subject area. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Credit will not be given for both this course and EDCI 4465. Applying instructional approaches in particular subject areas for middle and high school students.

EDCI 4004 Critical Issues in Secondary School Content Area Teaching (3) Prereq: EDCI 4003 or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit in a second subject area. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Credit will not be given for both this course and EDCI 4466. Critical issues in the nature of knowledge and inquiry in specific school subjects.

EDCI 4004 Critical Issues in Secondary School Content Area Teaching (3) Prereq: EDCI 4003 or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit in a second subject area. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Credit will not be given for both this course and EDCI 4466. Critical issues in the nature of knowledge and inquiry in specific school subjects.

EDCI 4005 Student Teaching in Grades 6-12 (9) Prereq: EDCI 4003 and concurrent enrollment in EDCI 4004 and in one of the following: BIOL 4004, CHEM 4004, ENGL 4204, FREN 4404, HIST 4404, MATH 4004, PHYS 4004, SPAN 4004. 1 hr. lecture; 24 hrs. lab/field experience in diverse multicultural settings. All day, all semester student teaching experiences, including observation, participation, and a minimum of 180 actual clock hours of teaching (with a substantial portion of the 180 hrs. in a full day teaching) under the supervision of an assigned public school mentor teacher.

Required Courses (33 hrs):

  • History 1001 or 1005 and 1003 or 1007, 2055, 2057, 3001, 3002, 4403, 4404, and History elective
  • EDCI 2001, 3001, 3002, 4003, 4004, and 4005


Ideal Semester Plan

 

Semester Education Course Paired Content Course
2nd Semester Sophomore EDCI 2001 None
1st Semester Junior EDCI 3001 History 3001
2nd Semester Junior EDCI 3136 History 3002
1st Semester Senior EDCI 4003 History 4403
2nd Semester Senior EDCI 4005 Student Teaching and EDCI 4004 History 4404


***There is no application process for the GeauxTeach program at LSU. Entry into a secondary education concentration requires students to have a 22 ACT score or to have passed the Praxis I exam and to have an overall 2.5 GPA.


Course Descriptions


HISTORY COURSES

HIST 1001 Western Civilization to 1500 (3) An honors course, HIST 1002, is also available. Ideas, trends, and institutions in western civilization from earliest times to the Reformation.

HIST 1003 Western Civilization Since 1500 (3) An honors course, HIST 1004, is also available. Development of western civilization from the Reformation to the present.

HIST 1005 World History to 1500 (3) Developments and interactions among Asian, African, European, American, and Oceanian cultures in the pre- modern age.

HIST 1007 World History Since 1500 (3) Interactions among Asian, Middle Eastern, African, European, and American cultures in the modern era.

HIST 2055 The United States to 1865 (3) An honors course, HIST 2056, is also available.

HIST 2057 The United States from 1865 to the Present (3) An honors course, HIST 2058, is also available.

HIST 3001 History and the Social Sciences I (1) Prereq: EDCI 2001. Concurrent enrollment in EDCI 3001. Supervised tutorial experience in local middle or high schools. Introduction to the role of the social sciences in the study of history.

HIST 3002 History and the Social Sciences II (1) Prereq: EDCI 3001 and HIST 3001.  Concurrent enrollment in EDCI 3002. The role of the social sciences in the study of history; course will assist student in the teaching of social studies to small groups in middle and high schools.

HIST 4403 History and the Social Sciences III (1) Prereq: EDCI 3002 and HIST 3002; concurrent enrollment in EDCI 4003. The role of social sciences in the study of history; course will assist students in the teaching of social studies to full classes of middle and high schools.

HIST 4404 Seminar in History and the Social Sciences (3) Prereq: EDCI 4003 and HIST 4403; concurrent enrollment in EDCI 4004 and 4005. How history and the social sciences view issues of importance in the contemporary world; course will assist students who are enrolled in student teaching.


EDCI COURSES

EDCI 2001 Education, Schooling, and Society (3) Introduction to contemporary educational issues, especially as these are situated historically, culturally, socially, and politically; topics include history, theory, and politics of education, especially as related to gender, race, class, and technology.

EDCI 3001 Student Development and Diversity (3) Prereq: credit or registration in EDCI 2001 and concurrent enrollment in one of the following: BIOL 3001, CHEM 3001, ENGL 3201, FREN 3401, HIST 3001, MATH 3001, PHYS 3001, SPAN 3001. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Differences among secondary students (grades 6-12) associated with their development levels, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds, genders, learning abilities, and special needs.

EDCI 3002 Classroom Culture (3) Prereq: EDCI 3001 and concurrent enrollment in one of the following: BIOL 3002, CHEM 3002, ENGL 3202, FREN 3402, MATH 3002, PHYS 3002, SPAN 3002. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Learning processes of middle school and high school students in the social learning environment of the classroom with attention to individual and group motivation, social interactions, integration of technology, and classroom management.

EDCI 4003 Curriculum and Pedagogy in Secondary Disciplines (3) Prereq: EDCI 3002 and concurrent enrollment in one of the following: BIOL 4003, CHEM 4003, ENGL 4203, FREN 4403, HIST 4403, MATH 4003, PHYS 4003, or SPAN 4003, or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit in a second subject area. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Credit will not be given for both this course and EDCI 4465. Applying instructional approaches in particular subject areas for middle and high school students.

EDCI 4004 Critical Issues in Secondary School Content Area Teaching (3) Prereq: EDCI 4003 or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit in a second subject area. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Credit will not be given for both this course and EDCI 4466. Critical issues in the nature of knowledge and inquiry in specific school subjects.

EDCI 4004 Critical Issues in Secondary School Content Area Teaching (3) Prereq: EDCI 4003 or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit in a second subject area. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Credit will not be given for both this course and EDCI 4466. Critical issues in the nature of knowledge and inquiry in specific school subjects.

EDCI 4005 Student Teaching in Grades 6-12 (9) Prereq: EDCI 4003 and concurrent enrollment in EDCI 4004 and in one of the following: BIOL 4004, CHEM 4004, ENGL 4204, FREN 4404, HIST 4404, MATH 4004, PHYS 4004, SPAN 4004. 1 hr. lecture; 24 hrs. lab/field experience in diverse multicultural settings. All day, all semester student teaching experiences, including observation, participation, and a minimum of 180 actual clock hours of teaching (with a substantial portion of the 180 hrs. in a full day teaching) under the supervision of an assigned public school mentor teacher.