2017-2018 Graduate Catalog 
    
    Sep 20, 2020  
2017-2018 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

CSED 580 - Supervision of Curriculum and Instruction


This course is designed to provide students with multiple opportunities to critically analyze and apply contemporary theories of effective curriculum development, implementation, and evaluation.  Students will analyze philosophical orientations, identify societal and community expectations, and design curriculum plans that are responsive to the needs of diverse student populations. Students will also develop, implement, and assess curricula that incorporate not only the acquisition of skills, but also take into account the political, social, and ethical concerns that affect teachers, students, and families.  The identification of evidence-based instructional principles to guide and supervise teaching for understanding, appreciation, and application will be explored.  Danielson’s Framework for Professional Practice will be used as a focal point for these supervisory discussions, and highlighted in study guide.  Formal, intended, enacted, hidden, and experienced curriculum will be explored.

3 credits.
10 hours of administrative fieldwork are required.