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MET6104: PSI-PMI Field Experience II


This is the second of two field experience courses in which participating candidates will teach at least one section of content—with NJCTL-provided virtual support—learned during phase I to students. This field experience simultaneously provides the setting for developing a deeper understanding of the phase I content and for mastering the ability to coherently integrate the pedagogical focal points of FE 1 into a seamless lesson. Students will be tasked with displaying their mastery of piecing together the delivery of short, dynamic direct instruction, and the facilitation of anonymously polled formative assessment and classwork (or lab)—via a framework of social constructivism. The assignments culminate with a video exemplar consisting of an entire lesson including all the aforementioned pedagogical pieces, and a Final Reflection paper focusing on curricula pacing. 

Credits: 3

Course Syllabus
This course requires payment for entry

Tuition: $ 585.00

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