SECED 5312 DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION 4
This course explores differentiated instruction (DI) as a philosphical approach to meeting the instructional needs of all students including those with disabilities in the general education classroom. Additionally, the course focuses on integrating literacy across th content areas through differentiated instruction. According to Carol Tomlinson (1999), DI uses a variety of ways to respond to the diverse student needs found in inclusive, mixed-ability classrooms. These include: (a) a variety of ways for students to explore curriculum content, (b) a variety of processes through which students can come to understand and "own" information and ideas, and (d) a variety of options through which students can demonstrate or exhibit what they have learned.
SPCED 6412 PSYCHOLOGY OF THE EXCEPTIONAL CHILD 3
THEO 1001 THEOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS (SLU 3+3) 3
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