SEED 7600T English Seminar I, Middle Childhood and Adolescence Education
45 hours, plus conference; 30 hours observation; 3 credits
Foundations of methods of curriculum and teaching of English to youth in middle and high school. Introduction to methods of culturally-responsive and anti-racist pedagogy curriculum development and assessment classroom management and developing relationships with parents guardians and community members. Focus on preparation in differentiation assessment and literacy in order to adapt to the learning needs of a diverse student population including recent (un)documented immigrants LGBTQ+ English-language learners and students with (dis)abilities. Attention given to the needs and interests of students and methods of integrating technology into the classroom. Not open to students who have taken SEED 7531T.
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