EDU 352 - Elementary Education Classroom Management and Differentiated Instructional Strategies
Credit Hour(s): 3
This course assists the Elementary Education teacher candidates with understanding the complexities in today’s classrooms. This course helps prepare candidates with relating to diverse populations by developing procedures and rules for the classroom; learning about problem behaviors; meeting the needs of special students, parents, and community; and motivating and encouraging students while managing the physical space and time in the classroom. Additionally, this course assists students in understanding the relationship between differentiated instruction and classroom management with the goal of developing student understanding of the impact of instruction on classroom management.
Students are required to complete a 20 hour internship in an assigned placement as part of this course, and the course has an additional fee. This course has an additional fee. 3 Credit(s). 3 Contact Hour(s). 40 Service Hour(s).
Prerequisite(s): EDU 202 - Introduction to 21st Century Education
EDU 203 - Foundations and Trends in Education
EDU 310 - Developmental and Diagnostic Reading
EDU 311 - Elementary Language Arts Methods
Passing score on VCLA
Corequisite(s): EDU 353 - Elementary/Middle School Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Strategies
Course Session Cycle: Fall
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