The prospective K-6 teacher studies technical aids and techniques that make learning more effective, and becomes competent in the use of a broad range of instructional media and technology. The principles and practices of educational testing are studied. Special attention is given to the testing responsibilities of the classroom teacher; to the criteria for selecting, administering and interpreting tests; and to the use of statistical methods. Classroom organizational patterns, classroom management and lesson planning are investigated. Inclusion issues and methodology are studied. This course is part of the elementary methods- in-teaching semester, which includes an intensive clinical with daily teaching responsibilities.