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EDUC 580 Instructional Strategies for the Classroom

This course prepares students to provide high-quality instruction in today’s diverse classrooms using a backwards design approach to most effectively plan for differentiated instruction. Students will develop a philosophy of education, design lessons using research-based strategies to differentiate learning, conduct formative assessment, and respond to needs to promote positive student outcomes and meet standards. Students will learn how to implement instructional strategies that support STEM learning and the development of 21st century skills. A backwards design approach will focus on technology integration, trans-disciplinary instruction, and real-world problem solving. Prerequisite: EDUC 550, EDUC 572, EDUC 592. Spring.

Credits

4