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|ED 672 - Differentiating Curriculum and Instruction|
Course Description: The selection and differentiation of curriculum and instruction is examined from the perspective of students whose individual learning needs cannot be met through the curriculum or instructional model used for general classroom instruction. This course is designed to provide Early Childhood, Childhood, Middle Childhood and Adolescent teachers with the skills needed to include students whose individual needs vary along a continuum from giftedness to moderate and severe disabilities (includes students with 504 accommodation needs, students with high-incidence disorders and disabilities, and those from diverse background such as English language learners and those for whom attaining basic literacy is a struggle) in the regular classroom. This course is a required course for those seeking certification in Teaching Students with Disabilities, Literacy, and for students seeking gifted extension.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture, Tutorial
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:
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