TEAC 203 - Teaching And Learning In Diverse Settings II
Total Credits = 3
Lecture = 3 / Laboratory = 0
This course, the second of a two course sequence, focuses on the diverse needs of students and the role of educators in recognizing and addressing learners’ needs. The course will involve a combination of lecture, group learning, reflection and site-based experiences within schools.
Two primary topics will be addressed within the course:
- Diverse Ways of Knowing and Learning
- Professional Issues of Diversity in Education
*Note: By the end of the course, students will have passed the PRAXIS I and PRAXIS II exams. Both PRAXIS exams must be passed in order to receive credit for TEAC 203.
Prerequisites or Corequisites: Students must be admitted into the A.S.T. program and will have completed TEAC 201 with a “C” or better. Students will have completed all developmental courses.