EDU 104: Introduction to Education
This course is designed as an introduction to teacher education focusing on growth of American public education, social foundations of education, and current problems and controversies.
EDU 110: Introduction to Early Childhood
This is an introductory course focusing on an understanding of young children, their world, and the forces which influence them, as well as basic principles for planning their educational program.
EDU 111: Introduction to Special Education
This course will explore the psychological effects of handicap and will survey adaptations in educational technique designed to teach the mentally retarded, the blind, the deaf, the physically handicapped, the socially maladjusted, the emotionally disturbed, and the learning disabled. Field trip opportunities supplement the class work.
EDU 113: Introduction to Academic Inquiry
This course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to explore ways of knowing within different disciplinary contexts through critical and moral reasoning. It provides a foundation of academic skills, knowledge, and attitudes to promote success in later course work.
EDU 117: First Year Experience
This course is taken by first-time freshmen at Lincoln College. It is designed to help first-time college students through the transition from high school to college. The class is intended to cover topics relevant to the classroom transition as well as the non-curricular adjustments that all first-year college students encounter.