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Introduces the concept of evaluation; role of evaluation in the educational process; types of evaluation (formative, summative, diagnostic); methods and techniques of evaluation; validity and reliability; measuring learning in the cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains; tests and scales construction; item analysis; interpretation of test scores.
Fourth Year
  
Development of concepts in kindergarten stage. Methods of learning and teaching concepts for young children. Matter ; energy, seasons; magnetism and electricity ; sound ; processes of science and problem solving skills in Mathematics sets; Ven diagrams; classification ; relations and functions; concepts in geometry: angles figures ; pattern making ; ratio and proportionality; measurement; causality.
Third Year
  
A comprehensive analytic view of school curricula and methods of instruction!, with reference to basic school curricula in Jordan; concepts of the curriculum and its relationship to learning and teaching; aspects of the curriculum (cognitive, philosophical, social and psychological); curriculum components (goals, content, learning activities, teaching methods and evaluation).
Second Year
  
Study and action research skills; importance of study skills to student learning; study styles; strategies of effective study; listening skills; participation skills; note-taking; reading skills; visual representation of information; writing reports, term papers; action research.
Second Year
  
This course is concerned with the concept of action research; its importance; its developments; its applications; current orientations in action research; validity, reliability and generalizability in action research; ethics of action research; resources of data in action research; writing up the report of action research.
Third Year
  
This course is a study of the measurement and evaluation tools for the improvement of the teaching/learning process. The course includes a study of standardized tests, methods of measurement and evaluation, and innovative means for assessing students’ learning.
Professional Diploma
  
This course introduces the teacher trainees to the basic aspects of literature teaching It is designed to enable the trainee plan, organize and evaluate the implementation of the Kiswahili syllabus. It should be taught over 30 hours. This course aims at equipping the teacher with the relevant methodologies of handling language teaching.
Professional Diploma
  
This course is an introduction to the field of education and the professional career of the teacher. Topics that will be discussed in this course include: characteristics of today’s learners; characteristics of effective teachers and schools; California teacher credentialing procedures; and Concordia University’s teacher education program.
Professional Diploma
  
Action research strategies will be developed with students to enable them to engage in systematic strategies directed to reflective practice. The rationales and conflicts within the action research movement will be explored.
Professional Diploma
  
Complex problems in modern organizations require an information technologist to systematically analyze problem areas to determine the most effective and cost-efficient solutions. This course builds student skills in two different, yet interacting areas: needs assessment (requirements analysis) and group problem solving. Students use interviewing and problem-solving techniques to uncover the constraints that surround problem areas. Students learn the questions to ask during needs assessment, along with developing the interpersonal skills to conduct these meetings. Emphasis is on the steps in creative problem solving, the basics of meeting planning to maximize group effectiveness and helping a client to focus concerns into a clearly defined problem
Master