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EDSED 395 Overview

This course builds on the prerequisite EDSED 275 course and is designed specifically for teacher candidates to develop confidence in designing lesson plans, instructing, and assessing the elementary and middle childhood students. Teacher candidates will develop lesson plans and a unit plan which incorporates research-based methods, best practices and current assessment practices. Course topics include essential teaching strategies that are foundational for teacher effectiveness, instructional models designed to teach specific learning objectives, Understanding by Design unit plans, constructivist theory, media/technology literacy, and arts integration. The assessment topics include informal and formal classroom assessment designs, rubrics, grading methods, standardized testing and communicating assessment results. Prerequisite: EDSED 275. Corequisite: EDSED 360.

  • 3.00 Credits
  • EDSED

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Adv Inclusive Instruction, Assmnt - 2020 Fall EDSED395

Stritch.DescriptionLabel: This course builds on the prerequisite EDSED 275 course and is designed specifically for teacher candidates to develop confidence in designing lesson plans, instructing, and assessing the elementary and middle childhood students. Teacher candidates will develop lesson plans and a unit plan which incorporates research-based methods, best practices and current assessment practices. Course topics include essential teaching strategies that are foundational for teacher effectiveness, instructional models designed to teach specific learning objectives, Understanding by Design unit plans, constructivist theory, media/technology literacy, and arts integration. The assessment topics include informal and formal classroom assessment designs, rubrics, grading methods, standardized testing and communicating assessment results.

Course Code:
EDSED395 A

8/24/2020 - 12/13/2020

M, W 9:00 AM - 10:40 AM

Face to Face

Main Campus