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B.Ed 300 Educational Leadership and Supervision (3 Credits)

This course combines effective teaching skills and classroom management into one comprehensive course. It is designed to provide basic pedagogical tools and conceptual frames necessary for creating effective teaching and learning environments. Students will be introduced to the current research on best practices that informs teacher/practitioners. Students will be required to demonstrate multiple assessment strategies, micro-teaching, mastery teaching, cooperative learning strategies and other instructional models. Additionally, this course incorporates current research on the most effective strategies for improving classroom discipline, motivation, interpersonal relationships, and academic performance. Attention will be given to aspects of diversity and/or cultural factors that influence perceptions about classroom management, and to factors that may help facilitate mainstreaming efforts.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Learn basic pedagogical tools and conceptual frames necessary for creating effective teaching and learning environments.
  • Demonstrate multiple assessment strategies, micro-teaching, mastery teaching, cooperative learning strategies and other instructional models.
  • Learn the most effective strategies for improving classroom discipline, motivation, interpersonal relationships, and academic performance.
  • Understand the current research on best practices that informs teacher/practitioners.
  • Analyze aspects of diversity and/or cultural factors that influence perceptions about classroom management, and to factors that may help facilitate mainstreaming efforts.