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This course addresses curriculum planning and differentiating for instruction. Curriculum planning involves many aspects of teaching: The teacher as mediator, the social dimensions of teaching, teaching students with problems, creative teaching, popular culture of children and youth as relates to curriculum, differentiating of instruction, assessment and frameworks for teaching. Coursework involves extensive reading, analytical student written reflections, on-line discussions and a curriculum project to extend and assess student learning. This course is appropriate for educators from many areas of teaching as an individual class or as part of the MSE C&I are encouraged to take this course as early in the program as possible. The course is typically offered annually during the 8-week summer session. Students pursuing the MSE:C&I take this course as early as possible in the program, as it serves to focus the candidate's MSE studies and research. This course also serves as a foundation for conceptualizing one's teaching and making theory to practice applications in one's own classroom.

ED705 - Erdman - Curriculum Planning and Differentiating for Instruction University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

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This course addresses curriculum planning and differentiating for instruction. Curriculum planning involves many aspects of teaching: The teacher as mediator, the social dimensions of teaching, teaching students with problems, creative teaching, popular culture of children and youth as relates to curriculum, differentiating of instruction, assessment and frameworks for teaching. Coursework involves extensive reading, analytical student written reflections, on-line discussions and a curriculum project to extend and assess student learning. This course is appropriate for educators from many areas of teaching as an individual class or as part of the MSE C&I are encouraged to take this course as early in the program as possible. The course is typically offered annually during the 8-week summer session. Students pursuing the MSE:C&I take this course as early as possible in the program, as it serves to focus the candidate's MSE studies and research. This course also serves as a foundation for conceptualizing one's teaching and making theory to practice applications in one's own classroom.

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    Reflective Practitioner Electronic Portfolio Prof. Erdman, 7/27/10

    Reflective Practitioner Electronic Portfolio Prof. Erdman, 7/27/10

    Each class member should complete the following and submit to the dropbox labelled Electronic Portfolio. If you have difficulty, you may submit to Erdman@uwosh.edu as attachments. You should submit your Electronic Portfolio with the following completed: page one as much as possible, the entrance assessment all standards (ex. skillful practitioner), an assignment and brief reflection about it from this course which you cut and paste into your electronic portfolio form. Most importantly, you must save this form and add to it as you proceed through the program. Email if questions. Thank you and best wishes. Prof. Erdman

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    Borrowing From the Arts to Enhance Learning

    Borrowing From the Arts to Enhance Learning

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    Who Is My Neighbor

    Who Is My Neighbor

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    Collaborating With a Cultural Resource

    Collaborating With a Cultural Resource

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    Beyond the Image

    Beyond the Image

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    Making Ends Meet

    Making Ends Meet

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