Spring 2021 Course Syllabus
Course: CSME-2444- Section: 71
Cosmetology Instructor IV
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|Description||Advanced concepts of instruction in a cosmetology program. Topics include demonstration, development, and implementation of advanced evaluation techniques.
alid Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
Cosmetology Operator License and High School Diploma or High School Equivalency Certificate;
CSME 1534 Cosmetology Instructor I, II, & III
|Learning Outcomes||Practice instructional skills; develop assessment; evualate techniques that promote student learning; and implement evaluation tools to measure student outcomes.|
|Program Student Learning Outcomes||
1. Model professional and ethical behaviors.
2. Practices all sanitary and safety measures that protect individual and public health.
3. Demonstrates and instructs proficiency in all cosmetology skills.
4. Prepares to pass state board requirements.
Textbook Purchasing Statement: A student attending Lamar State College Port Arthur is not under any obligation to purchase a textbook from the college-affiliated bookstore. The same textbook may also be available from an independent retailer, including an online retailer.
Milady's Master Educator Student Course Book, Third Edition
Current Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation Rules Book
1. List the steps in the curriculum-development process.
2. Explain the purpose of the use of an advisory council in the curriculum-development process.
3. Define the three domains for instructional outcomes and write learning objectives for each.
4. Conduct a sound orientation program for new students.
5. Explain the value and advantages of lesson planning.
6. List and describe each component of a lesson plan.
1. List the 10 advantages for using educational aids.
2. List the eight important concepts to consider when preparing and selecting visual aids.
3. Explain the guidelines for effective use of multipurpose boards and flip charts.
4. Understand the basic rules for preparing and using slides.
5. Employ the general guidelines that should be considered when using projected materials.
1. Explain the purpose of grading.
2. Explain what categories should be graded and when grading should occur.
3. List the characteristics of eight different types of grading styles.
4. Establish a test plan.
5. List advantages and disadvantages of various types of questioning used in evaluation.
6. Explain the purpose and use of Likert scales, rating scales, checklists, performance checklists,
category grading, rubrics, and point grading.
7. Explain the basic principles and steps involved in academic advising of students.
Stateboard Candidate Information and Requirements for Written Exam
I. Instructor-Student Relationship (10%; 5 questions)
a) Learning Styles and Types of Students
b) Communication Techniques
c) Learning Conditions
II. Lesson Plans (20%; 10 questions)
III. Teaching Methods (36%; 18 questions)
a) Demonstrations and Implements/Equipment
Used for Instruction
b) Student Motivation and Maintaining Student
c) Instructor Characteristics and Teaching Styles
IV. Student Evaluation and Testing Methods (10%; 5 questions)
a) Developing Tests
b) Grading Methods
V. Classroom Management (24%; 12 questions)
a) Conflict Management
c) Learning Behavior
d) Educational Environment
Chapter 10: Program Development & Lesson Planning
Unit Exam, Retrospect (Review Questions)
Chapter 11: Educational Aids & Technology in the Classroom
Unit Exam, Retrospect (Review Questions)
Chapter 12: Assessing Progress & Advising Students
Unit Exam, Retrospect (Review Questions)
Cosmetology Instructor Outline Requirements
Each instructor is to type an outline on the assigned topic and present it to their instructor for a grade.
The format for the cover page can be found on the Candidate Information Bulletin.
(PSI exam packet).
Cover Page: 20 points
Subject: 1 pt.
Topic: 1 pt.
Learning Objective: 3 pts
Pre-requisites: 3 pts
Tools and Material: Instructor: 5 pts Student: 5 pts.
References: 2 pts
Outline: 80 points
Technical Rating Criteria: 4 pts each
Please Note: Make sure you incorporate all of the required information in your outline as the information is listed in the Candidate Information Bulletin. (PSI exam packet).
Instructor Training Practical/Theory Requirements: Practical lab experience prepares you for the teaching profession.
The following are the requirements for both practical and theory.
Client Consultation, Thermal Curl, Facials, Manicuring, Waxing, Retail Sales Record Keeping, Pedicures, Permanent Waving, Braiding, Wet Service Draping, Hair Color
Chemical Relaxing, Blow Dry Style, Client Scheduling, Haircutting
Lesson Plans, Inventory Control, Filing, Cosmetology Registration, Recording Student Hours,
Minimum 3 lectures/demos. Student Salon Observation
|Final Exam Date||May 10, 2021 - 8:0 AM Through May 10, 2021 - 4:0 PM|
|Grading Scale||90 - 100=A 80 - 89=B 70 - 79=C 60 - 69=D Below 59 = F|
Unit Exam 30 %
Outlines/Lesson Plans/Presentations 40%
Final Exam 20%
• I will not discuss your grades over the phone or by email. If you want to discuss your grades, you must come to my office, in person.
• The time clock is used for TDLR attendance verification. Each student is assigned a code to clock in; it is your responsibility to clock in and out each day.
No student may clock in or out for another.
• Upon clocking in, all students must be in their assigned classroom or lab and on task at all times.
• Students must clock out for their 30 minute lunch break.
Failure to clock out and in after break or lunch may result in an absence.
Students not clocking out for lunch will be in violation and disciplinary action will be taken.
• Every student MUST have a copy of the required textbooks by the second week of class. The student will still be responsible for any assignments given.
• Students are responsible for completing all assigned reading assignments. Read over chapters PRIOR to class even if reading was not assigned.
• Class participation is required. It is important to be active within the course.
• Assignments: All assignments must be submitted on the scheduled time (Online & Face to Face). Any assignments emailed after the scheduled time will receive a late penalty of -30 points.
• Assignments, Exams and due dates will be posted on Blackboard. Check your notifications, announcements
and email daily.
• Please contact your instructor if you are having problems with the class, material, or internet.
• Exams: Make-up exams will NOT be given. All exams must be taken on the day that it is assigned and within the time frame listed. Please see your instructor before the scheduled exam if there is a problem.
• Students are responsible for all materials covered in class. If you quit coming to class and do not officially withdraw, your grades will be averaged, and you will receive the grade represented by this average.
Administrative details are your responsibility.
*DO NOT WAIT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE TO COMPLETE CLASSWORK, ONLINE ASSIGNMENTS AND EXAMS. *
* COMPUTER FAILURE AND LACK OF INTERNET ACCESS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE EXCUSES FOR MISSED ASSIGNMENTS, PROJECTS, QUIZZES, EXAMS, ETC *
"All Student Must Sign Into Blackboard Daily"
Regular class attendance is important to the attainment of the educational objectives of the college. The cosmetology program has formulated an attendance policy that is consistent with the objectives of the program and the needs of the student to fulfill all necessary requirements needed.
Poor attendance is a leading reason for termination from a job in all areas of employment. With this factor in mind, the instructor monitors student course activity daily.
Attendance is 10% of your overall grade, and will be monitored daily. (Online & Face to Face)
|Academic Honesty||Academic honesty is expected from all students, and dishonesty in any form will not be tolerated. Please consult the LSC-PA policies (Section IX, subsection A, in the Faculty Handbook) for consequences of academic dishonesty.|
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|HB 2504||This syllabus is part of LSC-PA's efforts to comply with Texas House Bill 2504.|