EDUC 250 - Introduction to Education
2 Semester Hour Credits
Course Description: A study of teachings as a profession including the historical, philosophical, social, and psychological foundations of education.
Schedule: Fall, spring and summer semesters.This course follows the traditional on-campus schedule for beginning and ending dates.
Delivery Method: Online. Students are not expected to come to campus anytime.
Prerequisite Courses: None
Instructor: Brandi Rudland
Textbook: Book Information through the DCB Bookstore.
Other Materials: None
- Identify the different learning styles of students. (Goal #5)
- Explore various instructional strategies. Goal #9
- Describe the requirements needed for a teaching degree and state and federal requirements. (Goal #3)
- Discuss the impact of the No Child Left Behind Impact. (Goal #5)
- Demonstrate the use of student assessment tools. (Goal #3)
- Identify the requirements of special needs students and other groups, such as Title I and ELL students. (Goal #9)
- Identify the skills necessary for teacher communication with students, parents, and administrators. (Goal #1)
- Assignments must be in on time.
- Written assignments must be written free of errors and at the college level.
Exams Procedures and Policies:
- There are no exams in this course. Students will develop a portfolio throughout the course. The final portfolio will serve as a final exam.
Technology Required: Click here to view our technology required page.