Assessment for Instructional Design
Three semester hours.
This course introduces contemporary evidence-based approaches to assessment-informed instructional design and teaching strategies. Emphasis is placed on developmentally appropriate practices and the differentiation of instruction to meet the needs of diverse and exceptional learners. State mandates and accountability are discussed. Instructional strategies and assessment designs that foster positive learning environments will be emphasized. Candidates engage in a variety of field-based experiences. Prerequisites: Must be in good standing with the College of Education requirements and successful completion of EDCI 1102, 2210, 3224 and PSYC 2314. Co-requisite: EDCI 3302.
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