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EDU463 Implementing Innovation in Foreign Languages and ESOL Education

Supports teachers in putting into practice what they learned in EDU 435 to enhance their understanding of key issues in the teaching and learning of a second language. Introduces and critically examines innovative teaching methods, curricula, and resources to support the teaching of foreign languages and ESOL, consistent with state and national standards. Supports students in the planning and implementation of instructional units, the evaluation of specific implementations of such units in the classroom, and the assessment of what students are learning as a result of these experiences. (Meets content-pedagogy requirement for professional teaching certification).

Credits: 3
Offered: Spring
Prerequisites: [EDU435, or by permission of instructor]
Restrictions: Pre-service teachers must take this course concurrently with their student teaching experiences; other candidates are expected to find an instructional context where they can conduct the projects included in this course
Instructors: M. Abugasea Heidt, L. Festenstein, H. Shang-Butler, A. Van Borssum
EDU 463 Implementing Innovation in Foreign Languages and ESOL Education course information is subject to change, please check the latest schedule.