Broaden your area of academic interest while becoming a lifelong teacher-researcher and expert in curriculum and instruction.
Support your teaching and learning with in-depth curriculum and instruction courses that help you look at your classroom with new eyes. Challenge your own assumptions about identity, equity, inquiry, and curriculum development. Courses are chosen from the following disciplines to create a cohesive program of study. Please note that this updated program of study is effective September, 2016.
EEDUC 7111 Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction: Assumptions, Relationships, and Design
Students work with several models and frameworks of curriculum development and their application to systems, classroom curriculum and instruction, and assessment. Models include standards-driven, integrated curriculum, portfolio, and performance assessment. Brain-based research and its impact on curriculum development and instruction are analyzed.
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