Course: Differentiated Instruc in the Classroom (ED-605-1) 

This course is based on the premise that all students can be successful. Participants study current research on the nature of differentiated instruction and consider various possibilities for application of this research in typical classrooms in both urban and suburban environments. Among other considerations, course content includes a definition of differentiated instruction as both learner and knowledge-centered, and an investigation of various strategies suggested by current research for differentiating both content and skills instruction. Prerequisites: ED 501, 502, 503. 3 credits

*Please note: Non-matriculated Students must obtain the permission of the program director

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Giangrave

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T 8:00 PM 10:20 PM
TH 8:00 PM 10:20 PM

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