Theory to Practice
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Goals: This is an introductory methods class in which students will apply theories of early adolescent development, learning, instruction, and assessment to classroom situations. Content: Analysis of teaching and learning instructional theory; structuring and managing the learning environment; strategies for assessing learning; designing developmentally appropriate learning opportunities to incorporate different approaches to learning, learning styles, and multiple intelligences; and strategies for culturally responsive instruction. Includes a 20-hour guided clinical experience with middle school students. Taught: Fall and Spring terms Prerequisites: (EDU 1150 or EDU 3150) AND (EDU 1250 or EDU 3250) Note: Students who have transferred in the equivalent course content without clinical experience should see the Program Coordinator to enroll in a 1-credit Independent Study to earn the course equivalency. Credits: 4 credits
Basford, Letitia, "EDU3260-02.Theory to Practice.F14.Basford,Letitia" (2014). Historic Syllabi -- full text access limited to internal Hamline administrative staff only. 8649.