Jan 27, 2023  
2022-2023 University Bulletin 
    
2022-2023 University Bulletin
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SEDU 372 - Reading and Learning Strategies: Instruction in Middle and High School Content Areas

3 Credit Hours


The purpose of this course is to prepare candidates to use a variety of instructional strategies and to create learning experiences that encourage student development across many skill domains. The content of this course will focus on academic methods in the basic areas for middle-secondary level students with particular emphasis on content area instruction, learning strategies, study skills, and vocational instruction. As an essential first step, the course addresses assessment of student skills and achievement, instructional needs, and evaluation of teaching methods and materials. Candidates gain knowledge of a variety of teaching methods that enable a teacher to choose and implement instructional sequences and methods that allow for errorless learning, development of conceptual understanding, and the maintenance and generalization of skills across learning environments. Candidates write lesson plans appropriate to student needs, IEP goals and the Illinois Learning and Common Core Standards.  

 

Prerequisite(s): SEDU 301  and SEDU 322  and acceptance into the Teacher Education Program (TEP).



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