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    Texas A&M University Corpus Christi
  Feb 24, 2018
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog
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EDUC 4605 - Planning, Teaching, Assessment and Technology for All Level Teachers

6 sem. hrs. A study of planning, teaching, assessment and technology as they relate to teaching in grades EC-12.  Planning will include general curriculum issues, the lesson cycle, multiple intelligences, learning styles and resources.  Teaching will include methods and strategies for delivery of instruction and classroom environment.  Assessment will focus on traditional and authentic alternative assessment. Technology will cover media and techniques from transparencies to computer technology, and will incorporate the skills and knowledge for using the microcomputer to plan and develop presentations, instructional materials, and learning activities in the public school curriculum. Observation and collaboration with professional teachers in the field, as well as journal writing, will be integral parts of the course. Two full days per week are required at a partner school site. A student may enroll in this course for a maximum of 2 times only; and it must be completed during the Fall or Spring semesters in order to successfully complete all requirements. Prerequisites: Admission to teacher education. Successful completion of SMTE 1350 and READ 3320. Successful completion of SMTE 3315 or SMTE 3316. Successful completion of thirty-nine (39) hours of general education requirements. This course will provide at least 6 hrs. of TExES preparation.

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