A field-based practicum designed to provide experience and opportunities to demonstrate knowledge, skills, and dispositions for implementing PBL into a regular classroom setting.
In both the college and the global workplace, success requires more than basic knowledge and skills. PK-12 students must learn how to take initiative and responsibility, solve problems, work in teams, and communicate ideas effectively. To this point, Project- Based Learning (PBL) is one way certified classroom teachers can engage their students in authentic, engaging, complex problems as well as address the knowledge and skills that are needed later in their educational and career pathways (Buck Institute for Education, n.d.). This practicum is the third of a three course sequence that provides these educators with skills, knowledge, and experiences to carry out this kind of instruction. Also, the course will fill one of the requirements for a State- approved endorsement.
Proposal approved on the basis that revisions are made.
Approved as submitted.
djust effective date to Spring 2019.
This course is defined as a face-to-face and as a field-based course. Then, the presentation of "modules" where module 1 includes attention to the review of an online delivery system. These seem to be contradictions. Contact minutes are unclear. How is this class designed to meet expectations for a 3-hour course?
There are 4 key assessments, but, none are weighted to give a sense of how each contribues to the final grade for the course.
Adjust effective date to Spring 2019.
Key asssessments are defined.
No information about contact minutes warranting 3 credit hours
Update will appear in the 1819 Graduate Bulletin.