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College of Education
006 Bluemont Hall
1114 Mid-Campus Drive North
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506

785-532-5525
785-532-7304 fax
edcoll@k-state.edu

Dr. Thomas S. Vontz
Professor and Director
tvontz@k-state.edu

Dr. David Allen
Associate Professor
Director of Field Experiences
dallen@k-state.edu

Julie Hunt
Global Campus
College of Education
Academic Program Coordinator
1-800-622-2578 (toll free)
jhunt@k-state.edu

Course Sequence and Delivery

SemesterCoursesHours
Spring IntersessionEDCI 710 Social Foundations of Education3
 EDCI 890 Master's Project
(continues through Spring semester)
1
SummerEDCI 702 Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment3
EDCI 716 Teaching Diverse Learners3
FallEDCI 791 Teaching Science and Mathematics in the Elementary School4
EDCI 792 Teaching Social Studies, Reading, and Literacy in the Elementary School4
EDCI 800 Teaching Practicum2
Winter IntersessionEDCI 793 Teaching Health, Movement, and Fine Arts in the Elementary School4
SpringEDCI 801 Internship in K-12 Schools4
EDCI 760 Action Research in Education3
TOTAL 31

Course Schedules

The Course Schedule provides a listing of all classes offered during the semester, a description of enrollment procedures, an academic calendar, and other useful information. The course schedule also provides the class number, which is needed to enroll in the course through KSIS. Courses can be found by clicking on the term one is registering for, then the College of Education, and then Department of Curriculum and Instruction.

Courses are listed in numerical order and have the same numbers as stated above in the course descriptions.


Course Delivery – K-State Online

K-State Online powered by Canvas is the online learning environment for Kansas State University. K-State Online provides integration with KSIS for course and final grade management, a variety of tools and services to connect student and instructors with the variety of options on the web, mobile apps and mobile browser support, as well as the tools and communication options that instructors, staff and students need.

K-State Online gives students access to:

  • View course lectures and materials
  • Download files provided by the instructor
  • Upload documents and assignments in various media formats
  • Participate in chat groups with a white board and message boards
  • Be a part of a student group within their particular class
  • View grades and progress reports
  • Communicate with instructor via email

K-State Online can also be accessed directly from the K-State home page under the sign in drop down menu on the top right side of the page.

→ K-State Online Help and FAQs (PDF)


Video Conferencing – Zoom

Zoom is a video conferencing system which allows distance students to collaborate in group meetings as well as participate in class discussions. Zoom combines video conference with content sharing and group messaging to create one simple to use platform. Anyone in the world can join a Zoom meeting, but only a host can start/schedule meetings.

→ Sign in to your K-State Zoom account with your K-State eID and password

→ Using Zoom Handout (PDF)