EDUC 455 - Classroom Management and Principles of Secondary Teaching
Credit Hours: 3
Lecture Hours: 3
Lab Hours: 0
Candidates will develop values, confidence, assertiveness skills, decision-making skills in classroom management, concepts and practices that are appropriate for successful teaching. An exploration of evidence-based practices related to effective teaching in schools and the social, legal, and historical contexts in which those practices occur. The clinical field experience aspect of this course enables candidates to observe and participate in methods of teaching in specific content areas. These experiences include aspects of individualized and interdisciplinary teaching and learning; classroom management; legal aspects of teaching; cultural, ethnic, and minority concerns; and applications of other special methods to large and small groups of students.
Prerequisite: Admission to teacher education and permission of instructor.
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