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Teach Toolbox I:Assessment (CI 199) TITLE: Building Your Teaching Toolbox I: Standards & Assessment THIS COURSE IS A PREREQUISITE FOR CI 199 SECTION NL2. The primary goal of the course is to prepare you to walk into your future classroom with confidence in your ability to understand the learning standards you are accountable to, how those are turned into meaningful learning objectives for the learners you serve, and how to formatively and summative assess learner’s progress in meeting those objectives. This course will help you build skills and resources that will serve you in your methods courses, clinical experiences, student teaching…and beyond. The format for this course is blended. As specified in the course schedule course meetings will be face-to-face, online, and time will be provided for group work expectations. In addition, this course is a James Scholar Credit opportunity via a course project. Please note: this course is restricted to COE undergrad teacher licensure majors (Early Childhood, Elementary Ed

Teach Toolbox I: Assessment (CI 199) TITLE: Building Your Teaching Toolbox I: Standards & Assessment THIS COURSE IS A PREREQUISITE FOR CI 199 SECTION NL2. The primary goal of the course is to prepare you to walk into your future classroom with confidence in your ability to understand the learning standards you are accountable to, how those are turned into meaningful learning objectives for the learners you serve, and how to formatively and summative assess learner’s progress in meeting those objectives. This course will help you build skills and resources that will serve you in your methods courses, clinical experiences, student teaching…and beyond. In addition, this course is a James Scholar Credit opportunity via a course project. Please note: this course is 100% online and is restricted to COE undergrad teacher licensure majors (Early Childhood, Elementary Education, Middle Level Education, & Special Education).

Teach Toolbox II:Instruct Plan (CI 199) Synchronous attendance required. Moodle & Microsoft Teams LMS. TITLE: Building Your Teaching Toolbox II: Instructional Planning STUDENTS MUST REGISTER FOR SECTION NL1 IN ORDER TO TAKE NL2. This course prepares you to walk into your future classroom with confidence in your ability to plan meaningful, engaging learning experiences for young children that produce evidence you can assess in reliable and valid ways that inform your future instruction. This course will help you build skills and resources that will support you in your methods courses, clinical experiences, student teaching…and in your future classroom. The format for this course is blended. As specified in the course schedule course meetings will be face-to-face, online, and time will be provided for group work expectations. Please note: this course is restricted to COE undergrad teacher licensure majors (Early Childhood, Elementary Education, Middle Level Education, & Special Education).

Teach Toolbox I:Assessment (CI 199) Synchronous attendance required. Moodle & Microsoft Teams LMS. TITLE: Building Your Teaching Toolbox I: Standards & Assessment THIS COURSE IS A PREREQUISITE FOR CI 199 SECTION NL2. The primary goal of the course is to prepare you to walk into your future classroom with confidence in your ability to understand the learning standards you are accountable to, how those are turned into meaningful learning objectives for the learners you serve, and how to formatively and summative assess learner’s progress in meeting those objectives. This course will help you build skills and resources that will serve you in your methods courses, clinical experiences, student teaching…and beyond. The format for this course is blended. As specified in the course schedule course meetings will be face-to-face, online, and time will be provided for group work expectations. In addition, this course is a James Scholar Credit opportunity via a course project. Please note: this course is restricted to COE und

Independent Study (CI 395) Permits study of problems not considered in other courses; for students who excel in self-direction and intellectual curiosity.

Education Orientation Seminar (EDUC 101) Informational orientation seminar for Education majors to enhance their understanding of college life and the field of education as a profession. Students will need to register for one lecture and one corresponding discussion section. The corresponding discussion sections for this lecture are BD1, BD2 and BD3.

Education Orientation Seminar (EDUC 101) Informational orientation seminar for Education majors to enhance their understanding of college life and the field of education as a profession. Students will need to register for one lecture and one corresponding discussion section. The corresponding discussion sections for this lecture are AD1, AD2 and AD3.

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