Sep 29, 2022  
2020-2021 Catalog 
    
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EDU 382 - Assessment, Curriculum, & Instruction

4 Credit(s)
Teacher education candidates examine educational research on effective strategies for instruction and assessment in K-12 classrooms, including principles of universal design for learning, Action Research, and Response to Intervention (RTI). Candidates develop lessons that demonstrate professional skills in instructional design and assessment, aligned with standards for K-12 students. Candidates examine school curricula and classroom resources. Candidates develop a working knowledge of descriptive statistics and probability in relationship to standardized testing used in educational settings. Assessment is based on lesson plans, integrated unit plan, assessment design, exams, and professional observation form. $110 Course Fee.

Prerequisite(s): EDU 201  and EDU 222  
(fall/spring)



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