May 18, 2022
ITE 340 - Teaching Methods and Strategies in Industrial/Technical EducationCredits: 3
Instructional Contact Hours: 3
Surveys local, state, and national standards for teaching industrial technology. Considers current and historic philosophies, methods and trends.
Prerequisite(s): ED 200BW or Permission of Instructor.
Lecture Hours: 45 Lab Hours: 0
Meets MTA Requirement: None
Outcomes and Objectives
- Describe events and experiences establishing a commitment and preparation for teaching industrial education.
- Prepare a professional resume' and develop a portfolio.
- Generate a rationale, philosophy, and description of industrial education.
- Establish a thorough description of content areas in industrial education.
- Describe a process of teaching students with a wide range of abilities, interests, and abilities.
- Create teaching methods appropriate for various types of students in industrial education classes.
- Prepare a series of lesson plans suitable for a substitute teacher.
- Select and evaluate text material for teaching.
- Describe plans to maintain good discipline.
- Write sample outcomes, goals, and objectives.
- Create techniques for measuring student progress in knowledge, skill, and attitudes.
- Develop a record keeping systems.
- Prepare appropriate teaching aids.
- Create devices and strategies to enhance classroom and manage lab/shop situations.
- Review, select, and develop strategies to maximize safe working conditions in a lab/shop environment.
- Prepare and present modules involving audio-visual technology.
- Prepare industrial tools, materials, and activities for youngsters visiting Delta Community College facilities.
- Visit and interact with teachers and students in a local community school industrial education program.
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