Course level: "Graduate"
"This course analyzes the models and process of instruction. Effective instructional models are explored as they relate to teaching strategies and learner outcomes. Instructional models for diverse populations, improvement of instructional programs and staff development are of special focus. Competency A: Evaluate research-based instructional models. Competency B: Apply research-based instructional models to instructional design processes. Competency C: Justify research-based instructional practices, design processes, and professional development."
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What you'll learn
What you’ll learn