During this course you will examine curriculum principles from both a theoretical and practical perspective. The planning, implementation, assessment and application of school curricula will be a primary focus of instruction. The course will be based on the concept of backward design as discussed by McTighe and Wiggins. A comprehensive Lesson Template will be introduced that parallels the lesson design suggested by the Ohio Department of Education. A portion of the course will examine essential elements of instruction, particularly on teaching strategies. Lastly, you will take from this class a number of concrete strategies that have been proven to enhance learning and that you can use in your classroom easily and with little or no specialized materials.

During this course you will examine curriculum principles from both a theoretical and practical perspective. The planning, implementation, assessment and application of school curricula will be a primary focus of instruction. The course will be based on the concept of backward design as discussed by McTighe and Wiggins. A comprehensive Lesson Template will be introduced that parallels the lesson design suggested by the Ohio Department of Education. A portion of the course will examine essential elements of instruction, particularly on teaching strategies. Lastly, you will take from this class a number of concrete strategies that have been proven to enhance learning and that you can use in your classroom easily and with little or no specialized materials.

During this course you will examine curriculum principles from both a theoretical and practical perspective. The planning, implementation, assessment and application of school curricula will be a primary focus of instruction. The course will be based on the concept of backward design as discussed by McTighe and Wiggins. A comprehensive Lesson Template will be introduced that parallels the lesson design suggested by the Ohio Department of Education. A portion of the course will examine essential elements of instruction, particularly on teaching strategies. Lastly, you will take from this class a number of concrete strategies that have been proven to enhance learning and that you can use in your classroom easily and with little or no specialized materials.

During this course you will examine curriculum principles from both a theoretical and practical perspective. The planning, implementation, assessment and application of school curricula will be a primary focus of instruction. The course will be based on the concept of backward design as discussed by McTighe and Wiggins. A comprehensive Lesson Template will be introduced that parallels the lesson design suggested by the Ohio Department of Education. A portion of the course will examine essential elements of instruction, particularly on teaching strategies. Lastly, you will take from this class a number of concrete strategies that have been proven to enhance learning and that you can use in your classroom easily and with little or no specialized materials.

During this course you will examine curriculum principles from both a theoretical and practical perspective. The planning, implementation, assessment and application of school curricula will be a primary focus of instruction. The course will be based on the concept of backward design as discussed by McTighe and Wiggins. A comprehensive Lesson Template will be introduced that parallels the lesson design suggested by the Ohio Department of Education. A portion of the course will examine essential elements of instruction, particularly on teaching strategies. Lastly, you will take from this class a number of concrete strategies that have been proven to enhance learning and that you can use in your classroom easily and with little or no specialized materials.

During this course you will examine curriculum principles from both a theoretical and practical perspective. The planning, implementation, assessment and application of school curricula will be a primary focus of instruction. The course will be based on the concept of backward design as discussed by McTighe and Wiggins. A comprehensive Lesson Template will be introduced that parallels the lesson design suggested by the Ohio Department of Education. A portion of the course will examine essential elements of instruction, particularly on teaching strategies. Lastly, you will take from this class a number of concrete strategies that have been proven to enhance learning and that you can use in your classroom easily and with little or no specialized materials.

Nature, purpose and functions of law with special emphasis on its relations to business. Fundamentals of the law of contracts, agency, sales, commercial paper, banking, property, partnerships, corporations, bankruptcy, trade regulations, secured transactions, investment securities and documents of title.