May 27, 2023  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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BME 451 - Methods and Materials for Teaching Information Technology

Methods and materials for teaching Information Technology curricula. Course will not have an established scheduling pattern.

Prerequisite: full admission to the major (Business and Marketing  Education) and the Teacher Certification Program.

Credits: (3)

Learner Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Align CTE student learning activities to state learning goals and the EALRS and GLES
  • Implement instructional strategies which focus students’ achievements of benchmarks in related essential academic learning requirements (EALRs), grade level expectations (GLEs) and achievement of Goals 3 & 4
  • Align career-technical learning assessment with the state learning goals and the essential academic learning requirements (EALRs) and GLEs
  • Use instructional strategies and resources that incorporate current technology of business/industry
  • Use instructional strategies that develop students’ skills for making career decisions 
  • Use instructional strategies that develop student employability skills
  • Use instructional strategies that develop students’ lifelong learning and goal setting related to entry, transition, and continuation in the educational process and in the workplace
  • Develop effective assessment methods which may involve student, family, employer, and community
  • Use variety of assessment methods including portfolios and business/industry standard assessment tools to measure student learning and development
  • Model positive business/industry-appropriate workplace practices
  • Demonstrate business/industry appropriate technology skills
  • Publicize program content and benefits to family and community
  • Determine and implement effective and safe layout of classroom and/or lab facilities that provide learning opportunities for all
  • Identify and apply strategies (including individualized instruction) needed to instruct special populations; special needs, disabled, gifted, ethnic, and culturally diverse learners
  • Demonstrate ability to assess personal strengths and weaknesses as they relate to career exploration and development
  • Relate work ethic, workplace relations, workplace diversity and workplace communication skills to career development and employability skills
  • Demonstrate ability to foster  teamwork and project-based learning
  • Recognize methods and opportunities for integrating school-based enterprise and/or simulations across the business administration curriculum
  • Demonstrate ability to implement school-based enterprise and/or simulations
  • Encourage teamwork and project-based learning
  • Develop strategies to make an effective transition from school-to-work
  • Foster student awareness of self and aptitudes, and development of confidence and character and how these relate to leadership and career pathways
  • Provide activities to connect school experiences to workplace and reinforce school-based learning
  • Discuss with class and individual students results and comments on employer evaluations
  • Work with employers to assess and improve student work-based learning experiences
  • Foster appropriate communication between work-based learning stakeholders
  • Prepare students to deal with equity and diversity
  • Appropriately place students in work based learning according to career interest and aptitude
  • Secure training stations for work experience
  • Assist state approved student leadership organization members or other state approved student leadership organization members in developing and financing a yearly program of activities



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