EDU 710 - Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment
This course provides future school administrators with tools for effective instruction and curriculum leadership. The course examines the development of a curriculum plan responsive to student performance standards; identifies and implements effective instructional strategies; utilizes appropriate performance measures for assessing instructional programs. The course examines a variety of instructional technologies that support student learning and enhance teacher efficacy. The class models an administrative team in its discussions comprised of leaders in varying roles such as principals, supervisors, directors, special education coordinators, and superintendents in order to understand and appreciate this content from those perspectives.
Students participate in at least four field experiences (15 prepracticum hours) that are related to leadership in the areas of curriculum, instruction, and assessment in settings where the demographics reflect diversity.
Field experience required.
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