aed203 | undergraduate

Classroom Instruction

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AED/203 encompasses the various aspects of classroom instruction for elementary and middle school. The course builds on the foundation of curriculum instruction by examining instructional approaches, programs, lesson plans, and assessments in language arts, social science, mathematics, and science. In addition, it addresses ways in which instruction can be organized and managed effectively to facilitate learning.

This undergraduate-level course is 9 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 9 weeks

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    Ways to Monitor and Assess Student Progress

    • Describe strategies for monitoring student progress.
    • Determine the appropriate use of different types of assessments.

    Implementation of the Language Arts Curriculum

    • Compare and contrast approaches to teaching English language arts.
    • Identify ways to integrate English language arts content and instruction.

    Implementation of the Mathematics Curriculum

    • Compare and contrast approaches to teaching mathematics.
    • Identify ways to integrate mathematics content and instruction.

    Implementation of the Science Curriculum

    • Describe different approaches to teaching science.
    • Identify ways to integrate science content and instruction.

    Implementation of the Social Studies Curriculum

    • Compare and contrast approaches to teaching social studies.
    • Identify ways to integrate social studies content and instruction.

    Effective Facilitation of Learning

    • Determine effective methods for facilitating learning.

    Classroom Management

    • Identify strategies to deal with disruptive and off-task behaviors.
    • Identify methods that engage students in the learning process.
    • Determine effective classroom expectations and procedures for different age groups.
    • Formulate time-management strategies that maintain continuity in the classroom.

    Foundational Context and Curriculum Challenges

    • Identify factors that affect learning in today’s classroom.
    • Determine the roles that home, school, and society play in the educational system.
    • Describe characteristics of effective teaching.

    Instructional Delivery

    • Differentiate among instructional strategies.
    • Identify the role of standards in planning and instruction.
    • Determine the components of an effective lesson plan.
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