nti502 | Graduate
Effective Lesson Planning
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Components of Lesson Planning
- Analyze the relationship between effective lesson planning and learner outcomes.
- Describe the essential components of an effective lesson plan.
Deconstructing Standards and Writing Learning Objectives
- Examine the process used to deconstruct standards.
- Describe the purpose and rationale behind writing student-friendly learning objectives.
- Describe the alignment between sub-objectives and aligned instructional activities.
Assessment and Differentiation
- Compare and contrast common formative and summative assessments.
- Interpret assessment data as it applies to differentiating instruction.
Lesson Plan Reflection
- Describe the process and approaches used in lesson plan reflection.
- Analyze the benefits of reteaching.
- All objectives apply.
Backward Planning and Universal Design
- Apply components of backward design.
- Describe the components of a curriculum map and its implications for instruction.
- Describe the components of universal design and its implications for instruction.
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