Instruction

Instruction

TYPE: Minor
DEPARTMENT: Department of Education

LOCATION: Online

The Instruction Minor provides core theoretical and practical approaches to curriculum development and instructional techniques. This set of courses is aligned to ensure that students are able to demonstrate mastery of both the Wisconsin Educator Standards and the Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC) Standards. This minor must be paired with a licensable education major. It is required for the Elementary Education K-9 major.

Course outcomes include:

  • Understanding the relationships between theory and practice
  • Writing measurable student learning goals
  • Creating engaging, hands-on student activities
  • Aligning planning, instruction, and assessment
  • Integrating technology into the classroom
  • Utilizing inclusive instructional strategies
  • Being a reflective decision-maker

Online Undergraduate Tuition and Fees

  • $305 per credit (typical course is three credits) 
  • $60 fee per course (administrative fee) 
  • $16 per credit (covers student services such as tutoring, career services, library and other services)

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TEACHING K-12 AND HIGH SCHOOL

Interested in teaching high school or a K-12 subject -- physical education, art or music? See the secondary and K-12 teacher certification requirements in the course catalog or the Department of Education.