BJ

Beverly Jewett

Assistant Professor
Unit: Curry School of Education
Department: Curry School of Education
Office location and address
417 Emmet St S
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
EDIS 5025: Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
Credits: 3
Learning science and educational research informs us about what should be happening in classrooms for both students and teachers. In this class, we will focus on professional knowledge--curriculum content, instructional design, instructional planning and delivery, and assessment for and of student learning so that a positive classroom learning environment can be established.
EDIS 5930: Masters Comprehensive in Curriculum and Instruction
Credits: 3
Educators must apply knowledge to enhance teaching practices and student learning. This culminating course explores the foundations of the M.Ed. C & I program pillars--curriculum, instruction, assessment, and diversity. We will examine the intersections of the pillars and learnings from your area of emphasis. The M.Ed. comprehensive (comp) exam is embedded within this course, and students must be in their final semester of coursework to enroll.
EDIS 6880: Masters Comprehensive in Curriculum and Instruction
Credits: 3
Educators must apply knowledge to enhance teaching practices and student learning. This culminating course explores the foundations of the M.Ed. C & I program pillars--curriculum, instruction, assessment, and diversity. We will examine the intersections of the pillars and learnings from your area of emphasis. The M.Ed. comprehensive (comp) exam is embedded within this course, and students must be in their final semester of coursework to enroll.
EDIS 7025: Teachers as Leaders
Credits: 3
Teacher leaders are expert in the complexities of teaching and leveraging this expertise to other school reform domains' mentoring, coaching, advocacy, community outreach, etc. By collectively establishing a positive school culture, teacher leaders build on strong pedagogical and cultural knowledge using a variety of interpersonal, instructional, and political skills to improve student learning in schools.
EDIS 8800: Principles of Curriculum Design
Credits: 3
Laboratory course for students beginning to work on the development of curriculum and instructional programs. Application of curriculum design and evaluation principles to the development of a particular curriculum identified by the student.
EDIS 8970: Field Study
Credits: 3–6
In this student-driven, field-based course, students perform work at a school, district, or other educational setting to investigate and address a specific question, challenge, need, or interest of the partner organization. Students make informed analyses of the educational issues and present findings.
EDIS 9991: Ed.D. Research
Credits: 1–12
Ed.D. Research conducted under the guidance of dissertation/capstone committee. 12 hours required for graduation. Permission of Instructor required.