MCT 6413 Methods of Teaching Career and Technical Education II

This course is geared to meeting the developmental learning needs of career and technical education students. The effective teaching skills evident in the DPAS system and the Delaware Professional Teaching Standards will be emphasized in this course. Multiple strategies will be considered for (1) planning and delivering lessons that make learning meaningful for students; (2) meeting the developmental and diverse learning needs of students; (3) creating an environment in the classroom conducive to learning; (4) assessing, analyzing, and reflecting upon teaching and student learning; (5) using technology to support learning; and (6) treating all students equitably in the classroom. Employability skills and developing integration projects will also be taught. This is a dual-listed course for undergraduate and/or graduate credit. Additional and differentiated assignments will be required for students taking this course at the graduate level.



Cross Listed Courses

EDC 413


MCT 6411 Methods of Teaching Career and Technical Education I and MED 6102 (for all students who began their career and technical degree programs on or after September 1, 2009. MED 6102 is the E-Folio System used for documenting and tracking student mastery of program competencies.)