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Pedagogy and Professional Responsibilities Course Correlation TAC �228.30

  1. Reading Instruction
  2. Code of Ethics
  3. Child Development
  4. Motivation
  5. Learning Theories
  6. TEKS Organization, Skills
  7. Content TEKS
  8. TAKS Responsibilities
  9. Curriculum Development and Lesson Planning
  10. Classroom Assessment and Diagnosing Learning Needs
  11. Classroom Management
  12. Special Populations
  13. Parent Conferencing and Communication Skills
  14. Instructional Technology
  15. Pedagogy / Instructional Strategies
  16. Differentiated Instruction
  17. Certification Test Preparation

 

EC-12 PPR Standard
Curriculum Topic
TAC §228.30
Essential Components
Course/ Module Name and Description
Elementary & Middle
Secondary & All-Level
I, III

1. Reading Instruction

Programs are encouraged to select from a variety of theories and methods appropriate for teaching these five essential components of reading instruction

  1. Text Structure (organization)
  2. Vocabulary teaching strategies
  3. Identifying the word (root, prefix, suffix)
  4. Fluency (words per minute correct) basic teaching strategies
  5. Comprehension (finding main idea, summarizing, supporting details, synthesizing/making connections, inferences, making generalizations
  • RDG 3332 – Reading in the Content Areas
  • RDG 3335 – Reading Development in the Elementary School
  • RDG 3336 – Teaching Reading in the Language Arts Classroom
  • RDG 3339 – Reading in the Middle School Classroom
  • RDG 4301 – Assessment and Evaluation of Reading and Writing
  • RDG 4602 – Reading and Language Arts in the Elementary and Middle School
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
  • RDG 4320 – Reading in the Secondary School Content Areas
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
II, IV 2. Code of Ethics Texas Educators’ Code of Ethics TAC� 247.2
  • ED 2202 – Teacher Education and Practice
  • EPSY 3303 – Child and Adolescent Development
  • ED 4315 – The Elementary School: Organization and Management
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
  • ED 4321 – Secondary School Organization and Curriculum
  • ED 4322 – Teaching Techniques in the Secondary School
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
I, II, III 3. Child Development Programs will teach a variety of theories for child development.
  • EPSY 3303 – Child and Adolescent Development
  • ECH 2305 - Socio-Cultural Influences on Child Development
  • ECH 3350 - Developmentally Appropriate Environments
  • RDG 3336 – Teaching Reading in the Language Arts Classroom
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
  • EPSY 3303 – Child and Adolescent Development
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
I, II, III 4. Motivation Programs will select from a variety of theories and methods appropriate for teaching motivation.
  • EPSY 3303 – Child and Adolescent Development
  • ED 4314 – Science: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School Teachers
  • ED 4315 – The Elementary School: Organization and Management
  • ECH 4450– Applied Child Development
  • RDG 3332 – Reading in the Content Areas ED 497X – Student Teaching
  • EPSY 3303 – Child and Adolescent Development
  • ED 4322 – Teaching Techniques in the Secondary School
  • ED 4323 – Teaching Techniques in the Secondary School
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
I, II, III 5. Learning Theories Programs will teach a variety of learning theories
  • EPSY 3303 – Child and Adolescent Development
  • ECH 2305 - Socio-Cultural Influences on Child Development
  • ECH 3350 - Developmentally Appropriate Environments
  • SPED 2361 – A Survey of Exceptionalities
  • RDG 3336 – Teaching Reading in the Language Arts Classroom
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
  • EPSY 3303 – Child and Adolescent Development
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
I, III 6. TEKS Organization, Skills http://www.tea.state.
tx.us/index2.aspx
?id=6148
  • ED 4314 – Science: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School Teachers
  • ECH 3350 - Developmentally Appropriate Environments
  • ECH 4450 – Applied Child Development
  • RDG 4602 – Reading and Language Arts in the Elementary and Middle School
  • RDG 3332 – Reading in the Content Areas
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
  • ED 4322 – Teaching Techniques in the Secondary School
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
I, III 7. Content TEKS http://www.tea.state.
tx.us/index2.aspx?
id=6148
  • ED 4314 – Science: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School Teachers
  • ECH 3350 - Developmentally Appropriate Environments
  • ECH 4450 – Applied Child Development
  • RDG 4602 – Reading and Language Arts in the Elementary and Middle School
  • RDG 3332 – Reading in the Content Areas
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
  • ED 4322 – Teaching Techniques in the Secondary School
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
I, II, IV 8. TAKS Responsibilities http://www.tea.state.
tx.us/
click on Testing/ Accountability, click on Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for much more information.
  • ECH 3350 - Developmentally Appropriate Environments
  • ECH 4450 – Applied Child Development
  • RDG 4602 – Reading and Language Arts in the Elementary and Middle School
  • ED 4321 – Secondary School Organization and Curriculum
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
I, II, III 9. Curriculum Development and Lesson Planning Programs will select from a variety of theories and methods appropriate for teaching curriculum development and lesson planning.
  • RDG 4602 – Reading and Language Arts in the Elementary and Middle School
  • ED 3314 – Linguistically Diverse Learners
  • ED 4309 – Mathematics: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School
  • ED 4311 – Social Studies: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School Teacher
  • ED 4314 – Science: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School Teachers
  • ECH 3350 - Developmentally Appropriate Environments
  • ECH 4450 – Applied Child Development
  • RDG 3332 – Reading in the Content Areas
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
  • ED 4322 – Teaching Techniques in the Secondary School
  • ED 4323 – Teaching Techniques in the Secondary School
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
I, III 10. Classroom Assessment and Diagnosing Learning Needs Programs will select from a variety of theories and methods appropriate for teaching formative assessment to diagnose learning needs and other types of classroom assessment.
  • RDG 4602 – Reading and Language Arts in the Elementary and Middle School
  • RDG 4301 – Assessment and Evaluation of Reading and Writing
  • ED 4309 – Mathematics: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School
  • ED 4311 – Social Studies: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School Teacher
  • ED 4314 – Science: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School Teachers
  • EPSY 3303 – Child and Adolescent Development
  • ECH 3350 - Developmentally Appropriate Environments
  • ECH 4450 – Applied Child Development
  • SPED 2361 – A Survey of Exceptionalities
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
  • ED 4322 – Teaching Techniques in the Secondary School
  • ED 4323 – Teaching Techniques in the Secondary School
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
II, IV 11. Classroom Management Programs will select from a variety of theories and methods appropriate for teaching classroom
  • ED 4311 – Social Studies: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School Teacher
  • ED 4315 – The Elementary School: Organization and Management
  • ED 4314 – Science: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School Teachers
  • ECH 3350 - Developmentally Appropriate Environments
  • ECH 4450 – Applied Child Development
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
  • ED 4322 – Teaching Techniques in the Secondary School
  • ED 4323 – Teaching Techniques in the Secondary School
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
I, II, III, IV

12. Special Populations

ELPS—English Language
Proficiencies

National Assoc. for Gifted Children
Teacher Knowledge and Skills

TEA website resources

A. ESL/ Bilingual ELPS

  1. learning strategies
  2. listening
  3. speaking
  4. reading
  5. writing

B. G/T

  1. Learner characteristics and development
  2. Instructional strategies
  3. Socio-cultural influences
  4. Identifying GT

C. Special Education

  1. Acronyms/Terms
  2. Modifications/ Accommodations
  3. Inclusion
  4. Parent Involvement
  5. Discipline
  • EPSY 3303 – Child and Adolescent Development
  • ECH 3350 - Developmentally Appropriate Environments
  • ECH 4450 – Applied Child Development
  • SPED 2361 – A Survey of Exceptionalities
  • RDG 3336 – Teaching Reading in the Language Arts Classroom
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
  • RDG 4320 – Reading in the Secondary School Content Areas
  • ED 4321 – Secondary School Organization and Curriculum
  • ED 4322 – Teaching Techniques in the Secondary School
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
III, IV 13. Parent Conferencing and Communication Skills Programs will select from a variety of theories and methods appropriate for teaching communication skills and parent conferencing.
  • ED 4311 – Social Studies: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School Teacher
  • ECH 2305 - Socio-Cultural Influences on Child Development
  • ECH 3350 - Developmentally Appropriate Environments
  • SPED 2361 – A Survey of Exceptionalities
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
  • ED 4322 – Teaching Techniques in the Secondary School
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
I, III 14. Instructional Technology
http://www.sbec.
state.tx.us/
SBECOnline/
standtest/
edstancertfield
levl.asp

SBEC Tech . Stds. for All Teachers

  1. Tech terms, concepts, data input strategies and ethical practices to make informed decisions about tech app
  2. Identify task requirements, apply search strategies, use tech to acquire, analyze, and evaluate a variety of information
  3. Use technology to synthesize knowledge, create and modify solutions, and evaluate results
  4. Communicate in different formats.
  5. Plan, organize, deliver and evaluate instruction that uses technology, and technology TEKS for students.
  • RDG 4602 – Reading and Language Arts in the Elementary and Middle School
  • ED 4309 – Mathematics: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School
  • ED 4314 – Science: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School Teachers
  • ECH 2305 - Socio-Cultural Influences on Child Development
  • ECH 3350 - Developmentally Appropriate Environments
  • ECH 4450 – Applied Child Development
  • ED 2323 – Introduction to Computer Technology
  • RDG 3336 – Teaching Reading in the Language Arts Classroom
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
  • ED 2323 – Introduction to Computer Technology
  • ED 4322 – Teaching Techniques in the Secondary School
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
I, III, IV 15. Pedagogy/ Instructional Strategies Programs will teach a variety of instructional strategies suitable for all classrooms and also for specific subjects and content.
  • RDG 4602 – Reading and Language Arts in the Elementary and Middle School
  • ED 3314 – Linguistically Diverse Learners
  • ED 4309 – Mathematics: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School
  • ED 4314 – Science: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School Teachers
  • ECH 3350 – Developmentally Appropriate Environments
  • ECH 4450 – Applied Child Development
  • EPSY 3303 – Child and Adolescent Development
  • RDG 3336 – Teaching Reading in the Language Arts Classroom
  • RDG 3332 – Reading in the Content Areas
  • RDG 4301 – Assessment and Evaluation of Reading and Writing
  • ED 4311 – Social Studies: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School Teacher
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
  • RDG 4320 – Reading in the Secondary School Content Areas
  • ED 4322 – Teaching Techniques in the Secondary School
  • ED 4323 – Teaching Techniques in the Secondary School
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
I, II, III, IV 16. Differentiated Instruction Programs will teach a variety of instructional strategies suitable for differentiating instruction.
  • RDG 4602 – Reading and Language Arts in the Elementary and Middle School
  • ED 3314 – Linguistically Diverse Learners
  • ED 4309 – Mathematics: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School
  • ED 4314 – Science: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School Teachers
  • ECH 4450 – Applied Child Development
  • RDG 3332 – Reading in the Content Areas
  • RDG 4301 – Assessment and Evaluation of Reading and Writing
  • ED 4311 – Social Studies: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School Teacher
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
  • ED 4321 – Secondary School Organization and Curriculum
  • ED 4322 – Teaching Techniques in the Secondary School
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
IV 17. Certification Test Preparation (6 clock hours required) Testing study guides, standards, frameworks, competencies www.texes.ets.org
  • RDG 4602 – Reading and Language Arts in the Elementary and Middle School
  • ED 4309 – Mathematics: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School
  • EPSY 3303 – Child and Adolescent Development
  • ED 2202 – Teacher Education and Practice
  • ED 4311 – Social Studies: Instructional Strategies for the Elementary and Middle School Teacher
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
  • ED 4322 – Teaching Techniques in the Secondary School
  • ED 4323 – Teaching Techniques in the Secondary School
  • ED 497X – Student Teaching
 

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