Marymount University

Undergraduate Catalog 2016-17

ED 250 Introduction to Teaching and Learning

This is the first course in the undergraduate teacher licensure program and is designed to explore education and teaching as a profession. The philosophical, historical, legal, and societal aspects of education in the United States will be stressed. The course will also offer a look at the contemporary issues that affect students and schooling. Rudimentary curriculum design based on an understanding of the relationships among assessment, instruction, and monitoring student progress and how assessment is used to make decisions to improve instruction and student performance will also be addressed. Field experience: 10 hours. Prerequisite: 25 or more earned credit hours. (3)

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