Differentiating Instruction for All Students
This course aims to help future teachers develop ethical and effective approaches for meeting all students’ learning needs, using a critical model of inclusion based on a disability studies framework. The course will center on two key activities: a case study with a student at the middle or high school, and the peer lessons developed using approaches that help all students learn more effectively. The case study will require that students spend a minimum of 24 hours in the school observing, tutoring, and talking with the focus student. In the course, students will develop research skills to improve their own teaching and will analyze how particular students learn, how teachers adapt instruction to meet a wide range of student learning needs, and how schools organize curricular paths for students.
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