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Courses

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Framework Diagram

A0599 Introduction to Education 2/0
This course will help students to: 1 analyze the function, value, principles and criteria of education, 2 explore the process and product of education, and 3 inspire their commitment to practical applications of education.

 

A1370 Principles and Theories of Instruction 0/2
This course covers theories and methodologies of instruction. It also examines issues of how to teach effectively and efficiently, and promote students’ motivation of learning.

 

A1412 Computers and Instruction 0/2:
This course introduces various ways of applying computer technology to instruction. An online classroom is used to integrate the concept, while hands-on experience is highly emphasized.

 

A1584 Educational Philosophy 0/2
This course introduces different thoughts regarding education from scholars in the East and the West so as to help students construct their own philosophy of education.

 

A1588 Educational Sociology 0/2:
Basic sociological theories are introduced in the course. Topics relevant to class, gender, race and ethnicity, issues of quality and equality, problems of educational reforms, culture, and social justice are discussed.

 

A1626 Theory and Practice in Counselling 0/2:
This course introduces the basic principles of guidance; with various prospects of models; and explores the process and essence of guidance through problem-solving in the context of real cases.

 

A1627 Instructional Design 2/0
This course follows the process of instructional design, including analysis, design, development, and evaluation. Students need to produce their own lesson plans and to work with others to develop integrated curriculum.

 

 

A1628 Classroom Management 2/0:
This course covers the principles and strategies of classroom management. The emphasis is placed on how to apply these strategies so as to create a positive environment in teaching and learning.

 

A1630 Educational Administration 2/0:
This course covers both theories and practices of educational administration, including educational policies, systems, management theories, leadership, and trends of education development.

 

A1635 Educational Measurement and Evaluation 0/2
This course provides knowledge and skills in educational measurement and evaluation. It requires students to develop different types of tests based on three domains, namely; cognition, affection, and psychomotor.

A1774 Psychology of Adolescents 0/2:
Based on the theories of development and guidance, this course adopts cases of empirical studies to investigate the issues of adolescent physiology, intelligence, personality, value systems, self-concepts, etc.

 

A1775 Behavior Modification 0/2:
This course introduces the use of empathy, discourse skills, operant conditioning principles, and modification techniques to develop alternatives for the attainment of behavior modification.

 

A2092 Special Education 2/0:
This course introduces the characteristics of various types of students with special needs, and outlines the relevant treatments in terms of instruction, classroom management, interpersonal relationships, and teacher-student interactions.

 

D0053 Instructional Media and Operations 2/0:
This course outlines various forms of instructional media and explores the advantages and weaknesses of different media. It requires students to design and develop instructional media and then demonstrate them.

 

D0054 Curriculum Development & Design 0/2:
This course introduces some basic concepts of curriculum and the process of curriculum development, which typically consists of analysis, design, implementation, and evaluation. Related issues and future trends are discussed as well.

 

D0061 Life Education 0/2:
Ultimate concern, speculation and demarcation, and exploring life possibilities are the three sections that make up this course. Love, compassion and spiritual intelligence are the main goals.

 

D0146 Secondary School Internship 2/0:
The aim of this internship course is to provide secondary school student teachers opportunities to put theory into practice, learn to reflect with a disciplined mind, and become skilful in classroom management and teaching. Student teachers will need to keep journals and construct portfolios that record the process they go through to become reflective practitioners.

 

D0266 Research of Critical Issues in Education I 2/0:
This course aims to investigate some contemporary issues in the context of education, such as educational reform, school management, autonomy, equity, social values, etc.

 

D0302 Research on Critical Issues in Education 2/0:
This course introduces learning strategies and reading comprehension strategies that help enhance students’ professional knowledge. Students need to construct their own autobiography and resume and teaching portfolios.

 

T0145 Educational Psychology 2/0:
This course introduces different theories of educational psychology including behaviorism, humanism, and cognitive psychology. It also examines the characteristics of teacher-student interaction in the process of teaching and learning.

 

T9601 Professional Services in Education 0/0:
This is a 40-hour non-credit required course which aims to help prospective teachers learn about the ones they served, reflect upon their diverse experiences in real-life situations, and develop their knowledge and commitment in education.

 

D0342 Teaching Materials and Methods in Language Arts-Chinese 0/2:
This course aims to help students learn to design subject-specific lessons with informed knowledge about their students and methods.

 

D0344 Teaching Materials and Methods in Language Arts-English 0/2:
This course aims to help students learn to design subject-specific lessons with informed knowledge about their students and methods.

 

D0346 Teaching Materials and Methods in Mathematics 0/2:
This course aims to help students learn to design  subject-specific lessons with informed knowledge about their students and methods.

 

D0348 Teaching Materials and Methods in History 0/2:
This course aims to help students learn to design subject-specific lessons with informed knowledge about their students and methods.

 

D0350 Teaching Materials and Methods in Second Foreign Language-Spanish 0/2:
This course aims to help students learn to design subject-specific lessons with informed knowledge about their students and methods.

 

D0343 Practicum in Language Arts Teaching-Chinese 0/2:
Students’ pedagogical content knowledge is emphasized; and students are asked to do micro-teaching or classroom teaching.

 

D0345 Practicum in Language Arts Teaching-English 0/2:
Students’ pedagogical content knowledge is emphasized; and students are asked to do micro-teaching or classroom teaching.

 

D0347 Practicum in Mathematics Teaching 0/2:
Students’ pedagogical content knowledge is emphasized; and students are asked to do micro-teaching or classroom teaching.

 

D0349 Practicum in History Teaching 0/2:
Students’ pedagogical content knowledge is emphasized; and students are asked to do micro-teaching or classroom teaching.

 

D0351 Practicum in Second Foreign Language Teaching-Spanish 0/2:
Students’ pedagogical content knowledge is emphasized; and students are required to partake in micro-teaching and classroom teaching.

 

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