CRN# Dept Crse Sec Hrs Course Name Day Start End
August 20 - December 14
10570 EDUC 5133 WEB 3 Assess, Account & Stu Learning N/A N/A  N/A
    Enrollment: 3 Location: WEB WEB CLASS Inst: Virginia Hess
  Students will examine the construction of criterion- referenced and norm-referenced testing instruments administered to Kentucky students. This class addresses how teachers analyze and use test results to improve student performance. Students will develop assessments using state testing formats, formative and summative assessments.
10111 EDUC 5233 WEB 3 Ldrship In Differentiating Ins N/A N/A  N/A
    Enrollment: 4 Location: WEB WEB CLASS Inst: Latasha Jones
  ThIs course is designed to enhance understanding of effectively meeting the needs of learners with varying abilities, interests, learning profiles by encouraging and supporting teachers as they match instructional strategies to student learning styles. Characteristics of a differentiated classroom; techniques for differentiating content, process, and outcomes; and differentiation on the basis of students' readiness, interest, and need are components of this course. Candidates will learn how to move differentiation from an abstract idea to school- wide acceptance and implementation.
August 20 - October 12
10108 EDUC 5213 G01 3 Literacy & 21st Century Skills
F 05:00pm  09:00
S 09:00am  01:00
    Enrollment: 9 Location: GOODHU 200 Inst: Linda Young
  In this course master's candidates will develop an understanding of how new technologies shape literacy and will be introduced to methodologies for teaching reading and writing in a diverse context addressing 21st century skills. Current issues including literacy skills for workplace readiness, the digital divide, digital technology and writing, literacy and critical thinking, will be included.
October 22 - December 14
10109 EDUC 5113 G01 3 Conducting Action Research
F 05:00pm  09:00
S 09:00am  01:00
    Enrollment: 6 Location: GOODHU 107 Inst: Janette Ralston
  This course is an introduction to research methods related to problem-solving in education including qualitative, quantitative, and action research. Research techniques, strategies, methodologies, analysis of results, and the uses of research are explored. The importantance of the protection of human subjects and the role of the Institutional Review Board for Human Subjects research is explained. Candidates will collaborate with others in their schools and will provide leadership in the ethical role and responsibilities of a researcher. This course assumes little background in research methods or statistics.