IDT Course Schedules

Fall 2017 (201851)

IDT G10-5W1 Foundations of Effective Teaching (3 cr – online)

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CRN 21858 | Ish Stabosz | 10/16 – 12/10

This course prepares professional educators to develop instructional strategies, curriculum, lesson planning, and assessment. Participants self-reflect as they develop and enhance effective teaching practices.

Prerequisite: None

IDT G42-6W1 Motivational Teaching (2 cr – online)

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CRN 19679 | Kim Bates | 10/16 – 12/10

This course focuses on the Stages of Change Model and motivational interviewing (MI) and how they can be used for effective classroom management. Students explore learning as a change process, and design instructional practices using the foundational theory and methods of MI.

Prerequisite: None

IDT G20-2W1 Essentials of Distance Education (3 cr – online)

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CRN 21859 | Sara Carter | 10/16 – 12/10

This course prepares professional educators to design, develop, and deliver distance education courses. Participants will apply pedagogical and instructional design principles that foster student and faculty success in a distance education environment.

Prerequisite: None

IDT G87-6H1 Designing a Flipped Classroom (2 cr – hybrid)

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CRN 21560 | Al Drushler | 10/16 – 12/10

Classroom meetings in Dover (room, dates, and time TBD)

This course focuses on the fundamental elements of the flipped classroom learning model, including theory and instructional strategies. Participants explore key principles, examine design challenges, develop effective learning activities and assessments, and design a unit of study for use in a flipped classroom.

Prerequisite: None