Credit units: 3
Offered: Either Term 1 or Term 2
Weekly hours: 3 Lecture hours and 1 Practicum/Lab hours
Department: Curriculum Studies
The teacher's role is regarded as being a manager of learning and the organizational, leadership, and control aspects of this role are examined. Experience will be gained in planning instructional activities and in delivering instruction through the use of micro-teaching. Deals with creating and maintaining safe and effective learning environments in Practical and Applied Arts (PAA). Student candidates will research various approaches to the above topics and then develop their own philosophy, theory and management plan for facilities, classroom management and crisis in PAA. Students will demonstrate understanding of curriculum intentions, application of learning and assessment theory, scientific literacy, lab safety, and handling of controversial issues through participation in course work and assignments.
Permission of the department is required.
Restriction(s): Restricted to students in the Certificate in Practical and Applied Arts, the Technical Vocational Stream, and the Certificate in Secondary Technical Vocational Education Programs.
Note: Students with credit for ECUR 332 or ECUR 334 will not receive credit for this course.
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