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EDSED 225 Overview

This is a 4-credit course that introduces teacher candidates to the 10 Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC) Standards and Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Standards. This course also includes opportunities for field experiences around research-based assessment and instructional strategies. This course will focus on traditional and performance assessment, research-based instructional strategies, Response to Intervention policy and procedures, Bloom’s Taxonomy, introduction to special education law, and other topics intrinsic to the teaching profession. Students will be introduced to lesson planning as well as developing traditional test and performance rubrics. This course includes 20 hours of field experiences, which have been woven into the structure of the day-to-day classwork. Students should expect to spend 2.0–2.5 hours per week in the field over a 10-week span. Prerequisite: ED 101, ED 205.

  • 4.00 Credits