(EDU 340) Multiculturalism and Culturally Responsive Teaching Through Sheltered Instruction
This is designed to prepare education majors to develop greater understanding of the different perspectives and integrate culturally responsive teaching utilizing sheltered teaching strategies and multicultural perspectives.
|Credit Hours||3.0 Lecture|
|Offered||Fall, Winter, Spring|
|Programs||Art Education (BA), Biology Education (BS), Business Education (BS), Chemistry Education (BS), Elementary Education (BS), Education Minor, English Education (BA), Health and Human Science Education (BS), History Education (BA), Math Education (BS), Physical Science Education (BS), Physics Education (BS), Social Science Education (BA), TESOL Education (BA)|
Course Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Develop a basic understanding of second language acquisition as demonstrated in discussions, assignments, or assessments.
- Demonstrate knowledge in diversity and inclusion. As well as identifying equitable learning opportunities for all students especially multilingual learners through classroom activities, projects, and assignments.
- Adapt learning experiences, instructional materials, and plans, by implementing culturally responsive teaching practices as demonstrated in discussions, lesson plans, or class projects.
- Explore, examine, and explain the components of sheltered instruction through discussion, assignments, and through applied instructional practice.
- Develop lesson plans by using the SIOP Model approach for making content available to multilingual learners.
- Demonstrate knowledge of assessing students in a variety of ways.