ART 416 - Instructional Design and Assessment of Learning
Credit Hours: 3
Lecture Hours: 3
Lab Hours: 0
An exploration of instructional design and assessment principles and their application to the problems of teaching and learning, including the design of instruction; task analysis; curriculum development; instructional match; assessment of learning; types of assessment; and the alignment of curriculum, teaching, and assessment. The course will also explore the graphic abilities of the learner, the philosophy of sequential learning, various production techniques, classroom management, and processes appropriate for K-12 art instruction. Students will be introduced to Teacher Performance Assessment (Ed TPA). A twenty-hour practicum is required where the student assists the teacher, tutors students, and teaches a minimum of three art lessons. (This course is required prior to student Teaching).
Course is cross- listed with EDUC 331.
Prerequisite: EDUC 310 and EDUC 330 and SPED 320 and READ 320
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