Sep 25, 2022  

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ITE 340 - Teaching Methods and Strategies in Industrial/Technical Education

Credits: 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.
Corequisite(s): None
Lecture Hours: 45 Lab Hours: 0
Meets MTA Requirement: None
Pass/NoCredit: No

Outcomes and Objectives
  1. Describe events and experiences establishing a commitment and preparation for teaching industrial education.
  2. Prepare a professional resume' and develop a portfolio.
  3. Generate a rationale, philosophy, and description of industrial education.
  4. Establish a thorough description of content areas in industrial education.
  5. Describe a process of teaching students with a wide range of abilities, interests, and abilities.
  6. Create teaching methods appropriate for various types of students in industrial education classes.
  7. Prepare a series of lesson plans suitable for a substitute teacher.
  8. Select and evaluate text material for teaching.
  9. Describe plans to maintain good discipline.
  10. Write sample outcomes, goals, and objectives.
  11. Create techniques for measuring student progress in knowledge, skill, and attitudes.
  12. Develop a record keeping systems.
  13. Prepare appropriate teaching aids.
  14. Create devices and strategies to enhance classroom and manage lab/shop situations.
  15. Review, select, and develop strategies to maximize safe working conditions in a lab/shop environment.
  16. Prepare and present modules involving audio-visual technology.
  17. Prepare industrial tools, materials, and activities for youngsters visiting Delta Community College facilities.
  18. Visit and interact with teachers and students in a local community school industrial education program.

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