Developmentally Responsive Curriculum and Instruction for Adolescents
Curriculum and Instruction
College of Education & Human Development
Adolescent development is both challenging and exciting. It is important for practitioners to understand the physical, emotional, moral, and social characteristics of these learners in order to prepare effective lessons and instruction. In this course, we will explore the basis for instruction and management strategy choices and the impact these choices have on student learning. Through the exploration of theory, the practitioner will examine personal philosophy as it applies to middle and high school classrooms in order to understand personal practice.
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