EDUC 526 - Interdisciplinary Methods

  • 4 credits
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Methods and theories related to effective classroom instruction. Bachelor's degree required.

This course has an online component delivered through Canvas.

This course can be applied towards:

Prerequisite

Admission to Teacher Licensure Program; Bachelor's degree.

Important Information

Students must be accepted into the Teacher Licensure/Master of Education program to take this class.

For questions or concerns contact Juliana.Searle@colostate.edu with the Center for Educator Preparation at (970) 491-5292.

Instructors

Daniel Birmingham

Daniel.Birmingham@colostate.edu

Derek Decker

(970) 491-6677 | Derek.Decker@colostate.edu

Derek Decker is an advisor and instructor for Colorado State University’s School of Teacher Education and Principal Preparation. He is an advisor to students going through teacher licensure and teaches EDUC 350 which is the second phase of licensure. He also instructs part of EDUC 340 Literacy and the Learner and is the lead instructor for EDUC 350. He has also been instructing EDUC 619 Curriculum Design via online.

Jennifer M. Castor

jcastor@psdschools.org

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