Differentiation of Instruction

Course Description

An in-depth look at students with mild to moderate disabilities served both in and out of the general education classroom with an emphasis on differentiating instruction for successful learning.( NV TL: B I, II)

Learning Outcomes

  • Demonstrate an understanding of professional, legal, and ethical practices for instructing students with M/M disabilities and diverse learners.
  • Describe typical and atypical development of students with M/M disabilities and how it affects core curriculum.
  • Coordinate the comprehensive instructional program for students with M/M disabilities and diverse learners.
  • Demonstrate the ability to develop, implement, and evaluate evidence-based curriculum that includes assistive technology.
  • Demonstrate the knowledge and skills to successfully teach reading and language arts to students with M/M disabilities and special needs

Prerequisites

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