EDU 34310 Middle/High School Differentiation and Classroom Management with Field Experiences

This course will enable the student to examine the specific demands required for differentiated instruction in the diverse middle school and high school classroom settings. The student will examine the roles of teachers including consulting and collaborating for cooperative teaching situations. The student will also explore the demands and techniques of classroom management. Students will create lesson plans that use technology to enhance student learning. Legal and ethical issues that control the use of technology in the classroom will be investigated. This course requires a 45-hour mid-level field experience.




EDU 21501; EDU 32100.