Mentor-supported field experience for novice teachers in fully accredited K-12 schools. Practicing advanced teaching strategies to meet the needs of all students. Applying accommodations, scaffolding, ELD, and SDAIE strategies. Assessment of teacher performance based on evidence of student learning and outcomes.
What makes an effective teacher? Preparation, preparation, and preparation. Effective teachers prepare by understanding their students’ thinking and making connections between this thinking and instruction. Effective teachers prepare lessons that anticipate students’ thinking, conceptions, and misconceptions, and use effective scaffolds that facilitate students’ understanding of the material.
The goal of this course is to support and partner with new teachers, through mentoring, to help them succeed in teaching and focus on student learning outcomes.
Counseling theories, approaches to and techniques for counseling, and research concerning counseling effectiveness.
Interface of the individual and the environment covering disabilities from the perspective of each disability viewed in terms of functional capacities and rehabilitative services needed.
Prerequisites: Open to rehabilitation graduate students and practitioners.
Advanced concepts and theories of hospitality and tourism marketing in the context of the fast-evolving sub-field of services marketing. Application of advanced marketing strategies to a variety of HTM businesses and organizations nationally and internationally.
Systems, techniques, strategies, and foundations of technology in hospitality, tourism, and recreation businesses and organizations with emphasis on performance metrics and system adaptability. Project oriented coursework with opportunities for system analysis, integration, and design.
March 4 - April 21