Course Description:

SLAD 523 - CURRICULUM CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN FOR EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION K-12: SEMINAR AND FIELD EXPERIENCE (Three Hours) This course is designed to provide students with the opportunity to experience curriculum design from a K – 12 school administrative perspective and to study how to effectively apply the principals of quality curriculum construction across content areas and grade levels. An ancillary objective is to study current research, legal issue, and mandates with regard to curriculum construction in K-12 schools and the effective application and integration of curriculum, instruction, and assessment for the purpose of promoting student success through the school-wide teaching and learning process. The course will also examine how to use various types of data in making curriculum decisions so that the needs of all learners can be successfully addressed. This course includes a 15-hour field experience designed to give students real-life experiences with their mentor in the specific areas of content listed in the course description. CPT form required for F-1 international students.

Credits:

3.0

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