The students will become familiar with the characteristics of learners of different ages from elementary, high school, and adults. In addition, the students should become familiar with the learning styles of learners of different ages in the elementary and high school.
There are no required courses; however, it would be helpful if the students had taken the course in the philosophy of education which is offered through Udemy.
The course will discuss the characteristics and learning styles of elementary, secondary and adult learners. Next, it will discuss the curriculum offered in the elementary and secondary schools. And thirdly, the course will discuss the role of the teacher in the classroom and how the teacher can operate in the classroom to educate and motivate learners.
Who this course is for:
The target students are those University students training to become teachers at the elementary, secondary or adult level.
Larry was born in Montana on April of 1937. He attended elementary and secondary schools in Montana and graduated in 1956. Received a Bachelor of Science degree from the College of Great Falls in 1964. Taught elementary and secondary schools. Received a Master of Education degree in Administration in 1969 from the University of Alberta. Served as a school Principal. Received a Doctor of Education degree in the Philosophy of Education from the University of Montana in 1971. Served as a laboratory school Director and taught University for five years. He has taught elementary school, secondary courses, and university courses in the philosophy of education and teacher training.