EDA5030 - Teaching and Learning: Curriculum (3 cr.)

This performance-based course will assist students in developing and demonstrating basic skills of curriculum planning, evaluation, and supervision. Supervision skills in building climate and culture, assessment, observation, collaboration, and conferencing will be developed and practiced. Contemporary theories of curriculum design and evaluation are explored. From this study of current theoretical thought, candidates are expected to develop a personal theory base from which to approach curriculum improvement within the context of contemporary organizational factors, including leadership and management. A particular focus on New York State Common Core State Standards serves as an organizing theme of this course. Activities and materials prepare the student to assume a leadership role in developing school and community education programs to successfully achieve Common Core State Standards. Discussions, simulations, direct classroom observation, conferencing, team building activities, case studies, readings, and guest presenters will serve as the primary instructional methods. All course work is aligned with TEAC, ISLLC, and ISTE-NETS Standards. Semester(s) Offered: At Least Once per Year.

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