Instructional Strategies for CTE

EDUC X 366.14

Study and practice instructional activities and strategies designed to motivate and promote student learning.  


What you can learn.

  • Gain practical skills to create a learner-centered classroom
  • Effectively use cooperative learning in the classroom
  • Understand learning theories associated with a student-centered classroom
  • Understand Bloom’s Taxonomy and relate it to the learning environment
  • Plan an effective lesson
  • Develop your professional educational vocabulary

About this course:

Study instructional strategies, activities, and materials to teach adult and adolescent learners. Learn about effective planning and clear presentation of instruction, including motivational strategies for learners. Other course topics include techniques for promoting positive interpersonal relationships in the classroom, school and community; techniques for group facilitation; and principles of learner-centered instruction.  

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This course applies towards the following certificates & specializations…

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