School of Educational Sciences
"Science and Knowledge .. Excellence and Creativity"
Department's Courses
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
expand Course Level : Bachelor
Course TitleProgramCourse Outline
   
Child Health Education Not Uploded
   
   
Advancing thinking skillsNot Uploded
   
   
Assessment of child development Not Uploded
   
   
Child Computerized programNot Uploded
   
   
Child LiteratureNot Uploded
   
   
Classroom ManagementNot Uploded
   
   
Designing and Using Instructional Materials
Designing and Using Instructional Materials.pdf    
   
   
Early childhood curriculum Not Uploded
   
   
Educational System in Jordan Not Uploded
   
   
Evaluation of Student Learning
Evaluation of Student Learning.pdf    
   
   
Family and Child EducationNot Uploded
   
   
Family and Child EducationNot Uploded
   
   
Family and Child EducationNot Uploded
   
   
Family and Child EducationNot Uploded
   
   
Family and Child EducationNot Uploded
   
   
Instructional Materials for Children
Learning Materials for Children2016-2017.pdf    
   
   
Introduction to Curricula Not Uploded
   
   
Islamic Concepts and their teaching method (2) Not Uploded
   
   
Language Concepts and Teaching Methods
Linguistic Concepts and Methods taught.pdf    
   
   
Mathematical concepts and their teaching methods (2) Not Uploded
   
   
Organizing and Managing Child Learning EnvironmentNot Uploded
   
   
Play in Early Childhood Not Uploded
   
   
Practicum (2) Not Uploded
   
   
Practicum(2) Not Uploded
   
   
Reading Skills and Their Teaching Methods Not Uploded
   
   
Scientific concept and their teaching methods (2) Not Uploded
   
   
Social Education and its Teaching Methods Not Uploded
   
   
Study SkillsNot Uploded
   
   
Vocational Education Not Uploded
   
   
expand Course Level : Master
Course TitleProgramCourse Outline
Academic Writing in English LanguageNot Uploded
   
   
Basic Math concepts and their Teaching methods 0832480
Basic Math concepts and their Teaching methods.pdf    
   
   
Classroom Research Not Uploded
   
   
Computerized Instructional Programs Not Uploded
   
   
Current Issues in Educational TechnologyNot Uploded
   
   
Current Trends in English Language CurriculumNot Uploded
   
   
Current Trends in Mathematics CurriculumNot Uploded
   
   
Current Trends in Social Sciences CurriculumNot Uploded
   
   
Curriculum PlanningNot Uploded
   
   
Design and Utilization of Individualized and Group Learning Materials Not Uploded
   
   
Evaluation in Learning and Teaching Arabic languageNot Uploded
   
   
Evaluation of learning and Teaching Islamic EducationNot Uploded
   
   
Evaluation of Learning and Teaching Science Not Uploded
   
   
Functional Grammar in English languageNot Uploded
   
   
Instructional Technology Not Uploded
   
   
Islamic Educational TheoryNot Uploded
   
   
Literature in English Language TeachingNot Uploded
   
   
Methods of Teaching Islamic Education Not Uploded
   
   
Methods of Teaching Science Not Uploded
   
   
Practical Application in Arabic LanguageNot Uploded
   
   
Practical Application in MathematicsNot Uploded
   
   
Practical Applications in Curriculum & InstructionNot Uploded
   
   
Problems in Teaching Arabic Language Not Uploded
   
   
Social Sciences: Its nature and TeachingNot Uploded
   
   
Special Problems in Teaching Islamic EducationNot Uploded
   
   
Special Problems in Teaching Science Not Uploded
   
   
Teaching Language SkillsNot Uploded
   
   
Teaching Oral Skills in English LanguageNot Uploded
   
   
Technological Applications in Science Teaching & Learning Not Uploded
   
   
Theory and Research in InstructionNot Uploded
   
expand Course Level : Doctorate
Course TitleProgramCourse Outline
   
Contemporary Issues In Curriculum and Instruction Not Uploded
   
   
Curriculum Design and Organization Not Uploded
   
   
Education and ChangeNot Uploded
   
   
New Models in School Curriculum DevelopmentNot Uploded
   
   
Qualitative Research Not Uploded
   
   
Strategies of Curriculum Implementation Not Uploded
   
   
Teaching Exceptional Children in the Regular SchoolNot Uploded