Nov 21, 2017
ADO 394 - Interdisciplinary Methods Grades 7-12
2010-2011 Catalog Year
This course is intended to provide adolescence education candidates
with the ability to utilize the interrelationship of disciplined
knowledge to further student understanding about how the world
functions. Math, science, social studies, English, and foreign
language education candidates will examine the common foundations,
conceptual overlaps, and areas not addressed by conventional school
subjects, but inherent within the broad spectrum of academia.
Through a concept-driven approach, groups of interdisciplinary
candidates will develop student learning activities and unit plans,
which maybe implemented in classroom settings. The intent is to
develop reflective educators who can collaborate to use a variety
of integrated teaching strategies that are inquiry-based and will
address the needs and development levels of all learners.
PREREQ: EDU 301.
OFFERED: Fall, Spring
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