Apr 23, 2018  
2011-2012 Catalog 
    
2011-2012 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ED 67800 - Differentiated Instruction, Theory and Practice

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Designed for post-baccalaureate students seeking regular K-8 classroom certification, this course addresses the study of learners, learning theory, and teaching practices within the regular classroom setting. Teacher candidates will study learning theory and factors that have the greatest influences on the acquisition, storage, retention, transfer, and retrieval of knowledge. The course will specifically focus on acquiring and practicing diverse teaching strategies and maximizing learning in inclusive classrooms. Teacher candidates will demonstrate understanding of and skill in addressing individual learning differences, the learning environment, social interactions, assessment, communication, and collaboration. Teacher candidates will engage in self-assessment of their knowledge, skills, and dispositions for teaching diverse and special needs students in the regular classroom setting and develop a personal teaching philosophy to reflect this. A 20 hour practicum will allow students to make connections between readings, seminar activities, and elementary classrooms, thereby deepening understandings. This practicum includes both virtual and actual classroom based experiences. Offered Fall/Spring. Competencies: PA; DS; DCN; CKS; AGI; PLE; PRC; PEG



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