EDU 218 - Assessment, Observation, and Documentation
This course focuses on the basic principles and practices of effective assessment for classroom teachers. Students will examine formal and informal methods for assessment and documentation. During this course students will use evaluation and record keeping tools, interpret results, and use assessment information to inform the teaching and learning process to support effective instruction. Strategies that are appropriate for various educational settings will be discussed, as well as the practical application and ethical use of assessment information.
Prerequisite(s): Satisfactory completion of 30 credits of work (sophomore standing) that includes EDU 100 , EDU 101 , EDU 104 or PSY 215 , EDU 208 , EDU 210 , and ENG 102 , all with a grade of C or better.
Note: Students enrolled in EDU courses may be subject to CORI/SORI background checks.
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