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Course Descriptions Continued
Education
Intro Technology for Educators
EME 2040C
Application of instructional design
principles for the use of technology to
enhance the quality of teaching and learning
in the classroom. The course includes
hands-on experience with educational
media, emerging technologies, and
hardware, software, and peripherals for the
personal computer as well as data-driven
decision-making processes. Identification
of appropriate software for classroom
applications, classroom procedures for
integrating technologies with emphasis
on legal and ethical use, and effective
instructional strategies for teachers and
students in regard to research, analysis, and
demonstration of technology. Students
will be provided an overview of the Florida
Educator Accomplished Practices, Sunshine
State Standards, the Professional Educator
Competencies, and the National Educational
Technology Standards.This course is an
applications and theory course designed
to familiarize participants with various
technologies and their uses in education.
Emergency Medical
Services
1
st Responder for Med Prof
EMS 1059C
This course is not ordinarily counted in
the Associate in Arts degree. This course is
based on the National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration and DOT Standard curriculum
for first responders at scenes of accident
and/or illness and is designed to prepare
the student for emergency care of a victim,
providing the skills and knowledge of care
prior to the arrival of the Emergency Medical
Technician/Paramedic. Recognition of
symptoms and signs of impending danger to
the patient’s life and the accepted treatment
modes for the conditions will be taught as
well as techniques for extrication (light duty)
of the accident victim. This course is required
for firefighters, law enforcement officers,
volunteer rescue personnel, and
those wishing to enter the EMS profession.
Emergency Medical Technician
EMS 1158C
This course is not ordinarily counted in
the Associate in Arts degree. The EMT course
is designed as a one semester course, 11
credit hours in length to prepare the student
for employment in an EMS System as
an EMT. In addition to regular classroom
lecture and lab practical time, the student
will be assigned to contract agencies for
experience in riding with the rescue and
ambulance units under supervision of State
of Florida EMT’s or Paramedics. Students will
also be assigned to hospital agencies for
emergency department experience. Upon
successful completion of this course students
will be eligible for application to the State
of Florida and/or the National Registry for
certification by examination as an Emergency
Medical Technician. The course meets and
exceed the 1994 US D.O.T. EMS National
Standards curriculum as required by the
Florida Department of Emergency Medical
Services, and the Florida Department of
Education.
English
Beginning PoetryWriting
CRW 1300
This course focuses on shorter poetry
writing in a workshop format. Basic structural
and formal elements of conventional, free
form and experimental poetry are introduced
and interpreted through readings of and
structured critical response to the student’s
own poetry. Occasionally, established poets’
work is introduced as example and model.
Through supportive in-class critique, the
student learns the craft of revising poetry.
The course includes a 6,000 word writing
requirement.
Developmental Writing I
ENC 0015
This course builds writing skills and
the command of standard written English,
including grammar, usage, and mechanics.
Students must pass ENC 0015 with a “C” or
higher. Upon successful completion, students
enroll in ENC 0025.
Developmental Writing II
ENC 0025
This course imparts writing skills
necessary to succeed at the college and
university level. Students learn to support
arguments and demonstrate command of
standard written English. Students must
pass ENC 0025 with a “C” or higher and pass
the State Exit Exam with a “C” or higher in
order to receive credit. Upon successful
completion, students may enroll in ENC 1101.
English Composition I
ENC 1101
A course that emphasizes
accepted standards and techniques
of expository writing, logical thinking,
and reading with literal and critical
comprehension. Students are expected
to write coherent, unified prose, develop
a thesis statement, arrange main ideas
and supporting details, and use effective
vocabulary, conventional sentence structure,
and standard American English grammar
and usage. Includes a 6,000 word writing
requirement.
English Composition II
ENC 1102
Expository writing based upon
the close reading and study of selected
examples from fiction, poetry, and drama.
The course emphasizes oral and written
analytical interpretations which include
recognition of the traditional techniques,
forms, and rhetorical devices used by writers
of literature. The course also serves as an
introduction to literature. Includes a 6,00
word writing requirement.
Writing about Film
ENG 1300
A basic course in film literacy
concentrating on the techniques, genre,
history, theory and criticism of film and film
making which lie beyond our understanding
of films. Students will view selected films,
develop critical skills, and evaluate, orally and
in writing, the products of film making.
Health Care
Health Careers Core
HCP 0001
This course will cover basic entry-level
information, preparing individuals for further
training in health-related occupations.
Students will be introduced to basic
concepts such as the health delivery system,
wellness, and disease, environmental safety,
communication and nutrition.
Artic Nurs Asst Theory & Clini
HCP 0102
This course is designed to prepare a
nonprofessional worker with minimal skills
and knowledge to perform carefully selected
patient care activities, in a nursing home or
hospital setting under direction of
the registered professional nurse. Upon
successful completion the graduate will
be eligible to sit for the State of Florida
examination to become a certified nurse
assistant. Course content includes classroom
activities, simulated laboratory experiences
and hands-on experience in a designated
clinical agency.