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Cornell University    
 
    
 
  Jan 23, 2018
 
Courses of Study 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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EDUC 4050 - Perspectives in Collegiate Teaching and Learning


(KCM-AG, SBA-AG)      
Fall, spring. 4 credits. Letter grades only.

Prerequisite:  EDUC 4040 ; admission to Cornell Teacher Education program or permission of instructor.

J. Perry.

EDUC 4050 builds off of the broad nature of EDUC 2410. This course incorporates extensive field work in teaching, lesson planning, and evaluation based upon current theories in instruction at the collegiate level. The course is intended to integrate theory and practice associated with learning and teaching in college classroom settings and includes a minimum of 40 hours of supervised fieldwork in specific college classes.

Outcome 1: Becoming a professional teacher who is developing the knowledge, skills, and dispositions of reflective practice, collaborative action, and lifelong inquiry into teaching and learning.

Outcome 2: Developing a personal philosophy of and a vision for delivering technical content through education pedagogy.

Outcome 3: Develop understanding of how to integrate subject specific knowledge and pedagogy, nature of the discipline and nature of learning in the college classroom.

Outcome 4: Designing learning environments that promote engaged learning.

Outcome 5: Developing skills in communication, management, and a variety of instructional and assessment strategies that contribute to meaningful instruction college classes.

Outcome 6: Becoming competent in selecting and integrating appropriate technological tools into instruction.



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