Fundamentals of Information Technology. Social and individual impact of technology. Software and hardware technologies. Networking, programming, and development.
Philosophies, history, legislation, context, administration and delivery systems of the various licensure areas included in Career and Technical Education.
Trends in international workforce development including global talent supply and demand; portable skills and workforce readiness; social, economic and employment issues; worker values; impact of technology, and workplace communication skills for effective writing, speaking, reading, and listening.
Course examines the procedures involved in the development of courses, curriculum, and instructional materials for education programs in agriculture.
Responsibilities of a Career and Technical Education teacher. Managing CTE program based on operational polices, promoting program to in-school and external stakeholders, implementing work-based learning, advising program student organizations, and creating a community-based program.
Assessment of standards-based outcomes of learning in workforce development and career and technical education programs. Focus on work-based learning, hands-on competencies, Cognitive Learning Targets, and performance assessment. Pre: Senior standing.
Planned program of clinical practice in education under the direction and supervision of a university supervisor and a selected practitioner. Pre: Recommendation of program area and successful completion of Professional Studies requirement.
Organizational design of educational youth programs such as 4-H and FFA, including administrative planning, human resource development, recruitment, marketing, and budgeting.