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2011-2012 Graduate Studies Bulletin 
    
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SED 296E - Instructional Patterns for Family and Consumer Sciences


Semester Hours: 3
Fall
This course prepares graduate students to become successful family and consumer sciences teachers through an intensive focus on developing effective pedagogy and instructional approaches for students in all learning levels in all grades. Effective planning and instructional strategies are the basis for educational excellence. Students in this course will gain knowledge and experience in lesson design and implementation in order to provide for family and consumer sciences instruction that maximizes student achievement. Units of study include instructional planning with knowledge of the NYS Standards and CTE Program Certification, effective strategies, assessment, and resources. Students will present lessons to demonstrate mastery of the concepts.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
Prerequisites: SED 200 , 213 , 264 . Course may not be taken on a Pass/Fail basis. Thirty (30) hours of field observation and participation are required.





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