EDU 54310 Middle School/High School Differentiation and Classroom Management

This course will require teacher candidates to examine and implement differentiated instruction in the middle school and high school classroom settings. The teacher candidate will examine co-teaching models, including the roles of and responsibilities of each participant. The teacher candidate will examine different classroom management strategies and the importance of building classroom community and culture. Teacher candidates will create and teach multiple differentiated lesson plans. Teacher candidates will also create a classroom management plan. This course requires a 45-hour mid-level field experience. Teacher candidates will investigate student behaviors, research-based methodologies, and create management plans based on simulated classrooms.




EDU 51500; EDU 52110.