Course Outline for EPI0002 - INSTRUCT STRATEGIES

Full Course Title: Instructional Strategies (IC)
Course Description:
This course provides the participant to proficiently apply a variety of curriculum design models, instructional strategies, presentational styles, and assessment methods. Participants will also develop and apply to instruction effective accommodations for exceptional students.
Credit Hours: Clock Hours: 40.00 Lecture Hours: 40.00
Lab Hours: Clinical Hours:
Funding Category: Educational Prep Institute
General Education Status: No
Geordon Rule: No
Pre/Co-requisite: Prerequisites: Bachelor's degree and 2.5 GPA
Materials/equipment/Links required by student:
Course Effective Term: Fall 2014
Course Outline Creation Term: Fall 2007
Course Outline Revision Term: Spring 2009

Special Fees:

  • There are no Special Fees for this course.

Methods of Assessment:

  • Objective Tests
  • Projects
  • Skill Demonstration
  • Group Participation
  • Other

Learning Outcomes

General Education Learning Outcomes:
Communications: Demonstrate effective communication skills for a variety of audiences.
Humanities: Demonstrate an awareness of and an ability to effectively analyze creative works.
Mathematics: Demonstrate an understanding of mathematical concepts to solve real-world problems.
Natural Sciences: Demonstrate comprehension of fundamental concepts, principles or processes about the natural world.
Social Sciences: Understand and apply sociological, cultural, political, psychological, historical and economic principles to a global environment.
Institutional Learning Outcomes:
Critical Thinking: Engage in purposeful reasoning to reach sound conclusions.
Ethics: Demonstrate the ability to make informed decisions based on ethical principles and reasoning.
Global Awarness: Exhibit a sense of social, cultural and global responsibility.
Information Literacy: Demonstrate the ability to find, evaluate, organize and use information.

Course Learning Outcomes

  • Identify various learning styles.
  • Identify, explain, and apply Bloom's taxonomy to instruction.
  • Develop effective content area objective-based lesson plans that integrate mathematics practices identified by the Florida adopted standards.
  • Recognize, explain, and apply various types of learning strategies to instruction.
  • Identify and demonstrate various presentation styles.
  • Describe and apply various accommodations for exceptional students.
  • Identify, explain, and apply various models of assessment strategies.