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Course Overview

This seminar is first in a series and provides a forum for doctoral students to explore and discuss beliefs and practices related to teaching undergraduate and graduate university education courses; topics include course design, course preparation and presentation, use of appropriate technology and media, organizing effective participatory learning, developing and using effecting teaching strategies and standards-based assessment techniques, and mentoring for reflective teaching/learning. In addition to seminars, the doctoral student will complete a minimum of 20 (twenty) hours of field experience comprised of classroom observation and conferencing with Department of Education faculty members.

Credits: 2
Distribution: Doctorate, Graduate
Prerequisite: Admission to a Gallaudet University doctoral program or permission of the instructor.

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Admissions Requirements

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