Course Information: Exploring Teaching & Learning  (20495)

This course examines the knowledge, skills and dispositions of effective teachers. Course topics include characteristics of effective teachers; knowing your diverse students; instructional planning; differentiating instruction; teacher-centered and student-centered instructional strategies; strategies to promote student understanding, thinking and engagement; managing lesson delivery; classroom management and discipline; assessing and reporting student performance; and working with colleagues and parents. Current use of technology will be integrated as communication and instructional tools. There are 10 field experience hours in this course. Time documentation, evaluation form, and reflection paper is required.

Required Materials:   Not Yet Available
Technical Requirements:   Not Yet Available
Pre-Requisite:   (( EDUC 2110 with minimum grade: )
OR ( EDUC 2120 with minimum grade: ))
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