EDU 353 - Elementary/Middle School Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Strategies
Credit Hour(s): 3
Students seeking elementary/middle school endorsement concentrate on curriculum, instruction and assessment, and focus on methods appropriate to their major and level of endorsement. Students are introduced to the Clinical Cycle process, a variety of theories about teaching and learning, and topics such as setting instructional goals, instructional approaches to teaching and learning, learning to deliver lessons, assessing student learning and reporting student learning, promoting critical thinking, units and lesson planning. This course requires 20 hours of internship. Program candidates are encouraged to take and pass Praxis II and the RVE as a part of the course requirements. This course has an additional fee. 3 Credit(s). 20 Service Hour(s).
Prerequisite(s): EDU 310 and EDU 311 . Students must meet all Teacher Education Program admission requirements including passing score on VCLA, PCASE Math or have met the SAT/ACT established pass score.
Corequisite(s): EDU 352 .
Course Session Cycle: FA
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