SPYG612-01C Learning and the Curriculum (with Jayne Boulos)
This course uses theoretical and applied perspectives to explain how children and adolescents develop skills and knowledge in schools. Theoretical perspectives emphasize ecological, behavioral, and cognitive models of learning. With regard to application, theoretical perspectives on learning point to curriculum as a source of learning objectives and goals intended to guide instruction and assessment. Empirical research pertaining to instruction, assessment, and curriculum will be reviewed for purposes o using a rigorous evidence base to evaluate curriculum programs in core content (e.g., English language arts, mathematics).
Prerequisite(s): Department Permission Required
Registration for Spring 2019 is closed.