INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN, K–12 (CEDUC 620)
This 3 credit course concentrates on an effective and efficient instructional planning process that allows teachers to align their instructional design to state and local standards. The featured experts who provide commentary for this course include authors Jay McTighe and Grant Wiggins.
- Learn to use “backward design” to create comprehensive instructional units.
- Integrate formal and informal assessment techniques that allow you to monitor student progress, as well as student mastery.
Create logical learning sequences that help students meet required learning goals.
Jay McTighe is a veteran educator with expertise in assessment, curricular design, and staff development. He is a regular speaker at national conferences and a featured presenter on many Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) videotape programs. He is the co-author of Assessing Learning in the Classroom, Assessing Student Outcomes: Performance Assessment Using the Dimensions of Learning Model, and Evaluation Tools to Improve as Well as Evaluate Student Performance.
Grant Wiggins is president of Authentic Education in Monmouth Junction, New Jersey. He consults with schools, districts, and state education departments, organizes conferences, and develops resources on curricular change. He is the author of Educative Assessment and Assessing Student Performance.
For successful completion of this course, you will earn three credits through the University Outreach Professional Development Department at Cardinal Stritch University. The course may be completed where and when it’s best for you in a self-paced, independent online study format. Work at your own pace, and finish the class within a 17-week deadline. WEAC members receive a $100 member benefit discount for this course.
WEAC member dues are not used to defray the cost of this course.
To enroll: Call Cardinal Stritch at (800) 347-8822, enter 6 to enter the extension and then enter Ext. 4428 or (414) 410-4428. Please be ready with the course title and tell Cardinal Stritch that this is a Teachscape course.
WEAC Members $400 - you must tell them you are a WEAC member
Response to Intervention (RTI), Instructional Strategies, Curriculum
PI34 StandardsPI 34.02 - Teacher standards
To receive a license to teach in Wisconsin, an applicant shall complete an approved program and demonstrate proficient performance in the knowledge, skills and dispositions under all of the following standards: