Differentiated Instruction for Diverse Learners: Part II

EDUC 522 (3)

Builds on the foundation laid in EDUC 5213. It continues to facilitate teacher candidates' understanding of and ability to program for the diversity of learners in Ontario classrooms. Teacher candidates will apply their understanding of diverse learners by developing their ability to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of all learners. They will develop their abilities to use technology and strategies as learning tools. They will come to understand particular learning needs and the system of special education, the stages of language acquisition for English Language learners, the roles and responsibilities of other educational professionals, and, the process of assessment and evaluation. Overall, they will develop the understanding that all students can learn and they will be able to demonstrate they have the competency to support the students in the unique learning challenges they face. Prerequisite: EDUC 521.
Course Code: EDUC 522 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course

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