300.750.01 TEACHING AT THE UNIVERSITY LEVEL
Prospective instructors explore and practice key skills, including course planning and development; lecture planning and delivery; discussion leading; evaluating students and courses; and maintaining positive interactions with students. Encourages students to articulate their own educational philosophy. Identifies and discusses characteristics and behaviors of exemplary teachers.
Upon successfully completing this course, students will be able to:
identify and describe their own teaching styles and learning styles
describe the important contextual and motivational aspects of managing the “educational space” and teaching effectively
design a university-level course, which includes development and/or selection of learning objectives, syllabus, lectures, participative learning activities, reading materials, and evaluation tools.
- Tuesday 3:30 - 6:20