Dec 01, 2021  
2020-2021 Graduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ELP 516 - Curriculum Assessment and Instructional PK-12 for Diverse Student Populations Credits: 3


Focuses on curriculum development, implementation, and assessment (through instructional practice in U.S. public schools). Designed for both future school leaders and central office administrators, students will study curriculum from the foundation of three bases: (1) social forces, (2) theories of human development, and (3) the nature of learning and learning styles. Bases will assist students in defining curriculum by helping them understand key issues from both an historical perspective and current thinking. Useful for individuals aspiring to be (or already serving as) principals, supervisors, counseling personnel, subject area specialists, and superintendents. Emphasis placed on approaches to developing, evaluating, and articulating curricular changes drawn from a wide variety of subject areas. As a result students will be knowledgeable of the fundamentals of curriculum; the connection between curriculum, instruction, and assessment; current curricular issues; innovative approaches to curricula; planning curricular strategies; and analyzing current curricula.



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