EDA5040 - Teaching and Learning: Professional Standards (3 cr.)

This performance-based course will assist students in developing and demonstrating basic skills of supervision for the improvement of instruction. Knowledge and skills in formative and summative teacher evaluation, building climate and culture, observation methods, collaboration, and conferencing will be developed and practiced. Discussions, simulations, direct classroom observation, conferencing, team building activities, case studies, readings, and guest presenters will serve as the primary instructional methods. While students will study broadly accepted concepts of instructional supervision, this course will have as its primary focus the New York State requirements for Annual Professional Performance Review (APPR). A practical guide to the implementation of APPR with both novice and master teachers will be the product produced upon successful completion of EDA5040. All course work is aligned with TEAC, ISLLC, and ISTE-NETS Standards. Semester(s) Offered: At Least Once per Year.

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