EDU 360 - All-Level (Pre-K-12) Classroom Management and Differentiated Instruction Strategies
Credit Hour(s): 3
This course prepares all-level licensure program candidates in Physical Education to teach PK – 12 students through instruction related to the following topics: developing and implementing classroom management plans based on theory and empirical research; teaching methods and strategies used in general education classrooms that are appropriate for those students who are gifted as well as those with exceptional challenges. Program candidates learn strategies to expand the learning opportunities for all students in their content discipline classrooms.
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). 20 Service Hour(s).
EDU 202 - Introduction to 21st Century Education
EDU 203 - Foundations and Trends in Education
EDU 312 - Content Area Literacy
Passing scores on VCLA
Corequisite(s): EDU 358 - All-Level (Pre-K-12) Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Strategies
Course Session Cycle: Fall
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