Cosmetology Instructor Training

Classes

CIT 211 : TEACHING AND CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

This course focuses on principles of teaching, teaching maturity, personality conduct, and the development of cosmetology curriculum. Emphasis is placed on teacher roles, teaching styles, teacher challenges, aspects of curriculum development, and designing individual courses. Upon completion, the student should be able to describe the role of teacher, identify means of motivating students, develop a course outline, and develop lesson plans.

credits

3

CIT 212 : TEACHER MENTORSHIP

This course is designed to provide the practice through working with a cosmetology instructor in a mentoring relationship. Emphasis is placed on communication, student assessment, and assisting students in the lab. Upon completion, the student should be able to communicate with students, develop a course of study, and apply appropriate teaching methods.

credits

3

CIT 213 : LESSON PLAN DEVELOPMENT

This course introduces students to methods for developing lesson plans. Emphasis is placed on writing lesson plans and on the four-step teaching plan. Upon completion, students should be able to write daily lesson plans and demonstrate the four-step teaching method.

credits

3

CIT 214 : LESSON PLAN METHODS AND DEVELOPMENT

During this course students have the opportunity to further apply knowledge of lesson plan delivery by using lesson plans they have developed from previous courses or this course. Emphasis is placed on the use of lesson plans in various classroom and laboratory settings. Upon completion, students will be able to teach a variety of cosmetology classes using various techniques.

credits

3

CIT 221 : LESSON PLAN IMPLEMENTATION

This course is designed to provide practice in preparing and using lesson plans. Emphasis is placed on organizing, writing, and presenting lesson plans using the four-step teaching method. Upon completion, students should be able to prepare and present a lesson using the four step teaching method.

credits

3

CIT 222 : INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS AND METHODS

This course focuses on visual and audio aids and materials. Emphasis is placed on the use and characteristics of instructional aids. Upon completion, the student should be able to prepare teaching aids and determine their most effective use.

credits

3

CIT 223 : INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS AND METHODS APPLICATIONS

This course is designed to provide practice in preparing and using visual and audio aids and materials. Emphasis is placed on the preparation and use of different categories of instructional aids. Upon completion, the student should be able to prepare and effectively present different types of aids for use with a four step lesson plan.

credits

3