EDU 525: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment and Programming (3 credits)

EDU 525: Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment and Programming (3 credits)

This course is designed to provide Principal/Teacher Candidates with an understanding that curriculum, instruction, assessment and programming represent a set of desired goals that are activated through a developmental process and culminate in successful learning experiences for students. The Candidate will understand that comprehensive, rigorous and coherent curriculum; instruction, assessment, and program development are essential responsibilities of a school leader. The Candidate will know how to implement district, state and federal initiatives and assure legal compliance. The Candidate will understand emerging trends in education, use best practices research, establish curriculum and instructional expectations and accountability measures, know how to lead curriculum reviews, use data to monitor student achievement and support and develop staff. The Candidate will spend a minimum of 20 clock hours in school-based experience(s).