Educators will learn and use the basic techniques for curriculum design, best practice instruction, formative and summative assessment, and technology integration. Educational theory taught in the course will be practiced and reflected upon in the educators' classroom. This course strengthens the teachers' classroom skills and builds their repertoire of instructional and assessment strategies.
EDU 2800-1is a hybrid online/lecture course. While some of the content for this course is delivered online, students MUST BE in attendance for three lecture days: Saturdays, June 3, June 10 and June 17 8:30am to 4pm; MFEC 206.
EDU 2800-2 is an online course, but is NOT work-at-your-own pace. Students are responsible for turning in assignments by the required due date.
***NEW*** EDU 2800-3 Completely online course. Register today on your MySlcc page. CRN 31633.
Textbook: Checking for Understanding: Formative Assessment Techniques for Your Classroom, by Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey, ISBN-13: 978-1-4166-0569-0. AND The Art and Science of Teaching, by Robert J. Marzano, ISBN - 978-1-4166-0571-3