Elsevier: Master Teacher Development Process Online, Version 2.0 (Course)
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Elsevier: Master Teacher Development Process Online, Version 2.0 (Course)


Module 1: Defining Good Teaching

Learning Objectives:

    • Explain how your reasons for teaching influence student success in the classroom.

    • Define key components of good teaching.

      Module 2: Planning a Class

      Learning Objectives:

        • Recognize the importance of planning.

        • Identify ways to effectively plan a class.

        • Compare and contrast the various teaching techniques.

        • Utilize a planning checklist.

          Module 3: Fundamentals of Classroom Success

          Learning Objectives:

            • Explain how the teacher creates the learning environment in the classroom.

            • Determine how the classroom environment influences student participation.

            • Identify behavior in the classroom that might hinder the learning process.

            • Identify ways that a student can have a win-win learning experience in the classroom.

            • List actions that can help establish classroom control.

            • Recognize appropriate strategies to deal with disruptive student behavior.

            • Describe interventions to re-establish classroom control.

              Module 4: Questioning Techniques to Keep Students Engaged

              Learning Objectives:

                • List reasons for asking questions.

                • Indicate how to select students to respond.

                • List the different forms questions can take.

                • List the characteristics of a good question.

                • List strategies for effective classroom questioning.

                • Define Bloom's Taxonomy.

                • Outline the six levels of learning in Bloom's Taxonomy.

                  Module 5: Defining Critical Thinking

                  Learning Objectives:

                    • Explain why critical thinking is so important for both teachers and students.

                    • Identify how previous knowledge can help and hinder the understanding of new information.

                    • Describe ways a teacher can assess students' critical thinking skills.

                    • Explain the role that values, assumptions, and opinions play in students' processing and evaluating what they learn.

                    • Explain the characteristics of critical and non-critical thinkers.

                      Module 6: Engaging Students with Different Learning Styles NEW!

                      Learning Objectives:

                        • List the three major learning styles.

                        • Compare and contrast teaching methods that will appeal to a variety of learners with different styles.

                          Module 7: Developing Professionalism NEW!

                          Learning Objectives:

                            • Explain the different views on professionalism.

                            • Identify personal beliefs about professionalism.

                            • Develop strategies to encourage professionalism and caring in students.

                              Module 8: Assessing Learning Outcomes and Evaluation NEW!

                              Learning Objectives:

                                • Describe strategies for grading papers and projects.

                                • List principles of writing good test questions.

                                • Identify strategies for analyzing test results.

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