Dec 09, 2023
EDU 583 - Seminar II
Seminar to process, reflect upon, and enhance in-school experience. Focus on professional growth and development through the inquiry cycle. Seminar topics include contemporary issues affecting public education.
Prerequisites: must be accepted into the Teacher Certification MAT Program. Must have successfully completed the following courses with B- or higher: EDU 532 and EDU 572 and EDU 582 and (EDSE 502 for students enrolled in the secondary and K-12 specialization) and (EDSE 524 for students enrolled in the special education specialization).
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Describe current issues in education. [Comprehension]
- Discuss the rules and regulations that impact teaching [knowledge]
- Identify a range of teaching strategies to meet student learning needs-i.e., power point presentation, lead discussion and invite interaction, planned group activities, interactive web materials. [Application]
- Document current best practices, curriculum standards, teaching plans, parent conferences, discipline logs, and other school experiences [Synthesis]
- Analyze how various teaching methods promote learning and how different teaching methods are required to meet a hierarchy of student competencies. [Analysis]
- Explain the rationale for- and the components of the Washington State’s comprehensive Teacher / Principal Evaluation system (referred to as TPEP) [Comprehension]
- Devise a plan of action to receive consistent feedback on one’s practice. [Synthesis]
- Generate a plan of action to collect evidence relating to established goals. [Synthesis]
- Identify potential feedback sources, for the purpose of receiving professional feedback from within and outside the student’s practicum context.
- Establish professional teacher goals and student growth goals as part of the education evaluation process.
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Anticipated Course Offering Terms and Locations:
Winter Locations Ellensburg
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