Teaching in Secondary Schools
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Goals: This is an advanced-level methods class in which students will apply theories of learning, instruction, adolescent development, motivation, and assessment to classroom situations typical for secondary students. Content: With specific attention to students in secondary schools, 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; strategies for culturally responsive instruction; and uses of technology to facilitate and enhance learning. 20 hours clinical experience outside of scheduled class time. Dates, times, and local school sited determined the first week of class. Taught: Fall and spring terms Prerequisites: Admission to Undergraduate Teacher Education program AND (EDU 3260 or EDU 5690) Note: Students who transfer in the equivalent course content without clinical experience should see the Program Coordinator to enroll in a 1-credit Independent Study to earn course equivalency. Credits: 4 credits
Hick, Sarah, "EDU5700-SH.Teaching in Secondary Schools.Sp15.Hick,Sarah" (2015). Syllabi. 9128.