Dec 15, 2019  
2015-2016 Catalog 
    
2015-2016 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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GE 6035 - Teaching and Supervising Diverse Student Populations


This course is designed to enhance instructional skills essential to working with Special Needs populations, Talented and Gifted learners, English Language learners, varying cultures and unique student populations based on the emerging aspects of a diverse society. This course is structured to present the learner with the essential knowledge base and accompanying skills needed to successfully teach school students who have connections with topics related to Special Education, Talented & Gifted Education, the English Language Learners, Bi-Lingual Education, Economically Disadvantaged, Gender Issues, and Racial Diversity by understanding their relationship to student achievement and school climate. Graduate students will study the history, programs and legislation of each program as they relate to school and its daily operation. State requirements will be examined as will program requirements falling under the NCLB legislation. Program design will be presented as will its impact upon the school and the process of meeting the educational needs of students. Case studies and practical application of program specifications will be utilized in the study of this course.

3 credits



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