Cohort - Career and Technical Education Professional Development

Tentative course schedule

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Open enrollment

The following courses are available through Guided Independent Study. Follow this links to course details and enrollment information to learn more and enroll at any time.

TECH 3101/5101 History and Philosophy of Career and Technical Education -- 2 unit(s)

This is a foundations course. It includes foundations of career and technical education as well as foundations of community colleges.

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TECH 3181/5181 Instructional Design for Career and Technical Education -- 2 unit(s)

This curriculum course is tailored to meet the needs of both arts and sciences and career and technical faculty. Focus is on development of programs and courses. Develop materials you can use at your school.

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TECH 3191/5191 Implementing Career and Technical Programs -- 2 unit(s)

This methods course is designed to meet the needs of both arts and sciences and career and technical faculty. Focus on methods for instruction in the classroom. Develop materials you can use at your school. Students will be required to submit a 10–15 minute teaching presentation on DVD.

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TECH 3193/5193 Evaluation in Career and Technical Programs -- 2 unit(s)

This evaluation course is designed to meet the needs of both arts and sciences and career and technical faculty. Focus is on practical techniques for evaluating students and programs. Develop materials you can use at your school.

Course details and enrollment information

Availability for the following course(s) is to be determined. Please express your interest on the Overview tab and we will contact you as information becomes available.

TECH 3182/5182 Coordination Techniques in Career and Technical Education Programs -- 2 unit(s)

This cooperative education course focuses on how to teach in cooperative education or multioccupations programs. Develop materials you can use at your school.

Course delivery

Courses in this program are offered online via eLearning, a Blackboard learning management system requiring Internet access and a web browser. While most students encounter very few technical difficulties with our online courses, our team of support specialists is available to assist you as needed.

Some courses may require some in-person instruction. Collaborate with colleagues through hands-on experiences on the beautiful UNI campus or at a central location.

Services and support

Support services such as access to the UNI Rod Library, UNI Financial Aid and technical assistance will be readily available.