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LDT620 – Designs for Learning

In this course students meld an understanding of how learning occurs with content knowledge, pedagogical knowledge, technological knowledge, and design principles to create meaningful learning opportunities for students. Students use a design process to integrate and optimize enduring and conceptual understandings, assessment practices, and instructional strategies.

Upon completion of this course, students are expected to be able to do the following:

  1. Design concept-based units that demonstrate mastery of how knowledge is constructed to enable deep understanding.
  2. Utilize data and assessment strategies to inform instruction and advance learning.
  3. Align instructional activities and assessment practices with state and national standards.
  4. Research best practice in teaching and learning in a specific content discipline as well other core areas including literacy and technology.

Become a Master Teacher. Request more information about the M.Ed. in Learning Design and Technology today or contact an enrollment counselor at 877-308-9954.