EDTE 316 Principles of Learning in Diverse Settings (Secondary)

Application of theory and research to effectively support the success of diverse learners. Topics include behavioral, cognitive, and social-cognitive models; academic language; culturally responsive teaching; universal design for learning; and  skills in planning, assessing,  and delivering instruction. Satisfactory completion of 30 hours of content area field experience in assigned middle or high school setting required.  In accordance with CT law, districts may require criminal background and/or DCF child abuse and neglect registry checks to participate in the field experiences in this class.  Students are required to follow the background check policies of the district in which they are placed and are responsible for all associated fees.  CCSU is not responsible for district policies. 

Credits

4

Prerequisite

Admission to the Professional Program in Secondary Education.

General Education

  • Course meets Equity, Justice, and Inclusion Requirement

Offered

  • Fall and Spring