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FCSE 392 Research, Theory and Practice in Middle and High School Family & Consumer Sciences Education
Research, theory, and practice of teaching family and consumer sciences to diverse students. Covers interactive models of teaching and assessment, motivation, classroom management, program development, use of technology, and current trends. Students will develop portfolio of teaching devices, assessment rubrics, laboratory exercises, and block and unit plans. Observation is simulated and actual situations are keyed to career goals. Course includes a minimum of 52 hours field placement in a middle or high school FCSE classroom. Offered Fall only. (BC3)
Prerequisite: Candidate status in Education required.
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