tch510 | Graduate
Secondary Teaching Methods
This graduate-level course is 4 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Learning in a 21st Century Global Society
- Explain the role of communication in global society.
- Identify ways to increase collaboration.
- Explain the value of creativity in a global society.
- List strategies to develop creativity and critical thinking.
- Analyze curriculum choices for the 21st century.
- Create a plan for effective student-centered instruction.
- Compare management strategies.
- Identify strategies for building cultural competency.
- Integrate technology to enhance learning.
Professional Roles and Responsibilities
- Summarize legal guidelines.
- Describe the characteristics of intelligent behavior.
- Determine best practices for creating a positive learning environment.
Purposes, Principles, and Assessment
- Explain the language of assessment.
- Analyze the assessment process.
- Critique the reporting of student achievement.
Secondary Education: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
- Analyze shifting demographics.
- Identify trends, challenges, and issues.
- Illustrate the connection between globalization and education.
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