Best Practices for the Twenty-First-Century Education

EDU 6436 4 Quarter Hours
Course Level CPS - Graduate
Description Focuses on the twenty-first-century classroom, a heterogeneous community with a wide variety of student strengths, needs, and cultural experiences. Explores the philosophical and theoretical foundations of curriculum development and instruction across the disciplines in K–12 classrooms with a focus on utilizing the advantages and richness of this diversity. Examines the best pedagogical practices for meeting the needs of diverse students through a variety of topics, including differentiation; the role of technology; establishing positive classroom environments, routines, practices; and the role of critical thinking at every level.

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