TED 369 Curriculum and Methods in Secondary Education, 3 credits
This course prepares secondary education students to identify, develop, and use a variety of planning, teaching, and assessment methods appropriate for secondary education, including those which include students with disabilities and other atypical learners. During the course, students are required to develop a course, a unit, and component lessons to teach content and learning processes, and deliver demonstration lessons to their classmates. Students define standards-based curriculum, state how it is established and governed, and identify the specific content area curricula they must address as teachers.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of freshman and sophomore TED course sequences.
Corequisites: Students enrolled in this course must co-register for the designated field component, TED 397.