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EDUC 3200: SECONDARY CLASSROOM METHODS & MANAGEMENT FALL 2015 docxAdd Content...

 This course is designed to offer a critical examination of the history of American curriculum as well as the rise of the modern secondary education curriculum. The course will provide an overview of the history and theoretical foundations of curriculum, as well as instructional strategies, current trends, and challenges posed to the curriculum. Additionally, the course will study the rise of the assessment and accountability movement, its importance, and its influence on the classroom. Candidates will explore teaching, learning and assessment strategies along with using instructional technologies, materials and resources for appropriate learning. Field experience is required.

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EDUC 5101 EXCEPTIONALITIES AND COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT OF LEARNERS Fall 2015.docxAdd Content...

This course presents a survey of the basic characteristics and educational needs of learners with physical, emotional, and intellectual disabilities. Additional study will concentrate on the cognitive and learning developmental aspects of teaching adolescents and young adults with a variety of abilities and disabilities. This course will focus on learning theories and models of service.

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EDUC 4725 FALL 2015

 

 
 
 

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