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EDUC 573 - Differentiating Instruction for Diverse Needs

  • 3 credits
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This course explores information techniques, and practice regarding methods for differentiating instruction.

This course can be applied toward:

Prerequisite

Perspectives of Special Education; or instructor approval

Important Information

Students must be accepted into the Education Sciences (Teacher Licensure/M.Ed.) program to take this class.

Section 702 & 703 is for the Front Range Cohort.
Section 704 is for the Early Childhood Education Cohort.

Instructors

Derek Decker

9704916677 | Derek.Decker@colostate.edu

Derek Decker is an advisor and instructor for Colorado State University’s School of Teacher Education and Principal Preparation. He is an advisor to students going through teacher licensure and teaches EDUC 350 which is the second phase of licensure. He also instructs part of EDUC 340 Literacy and the Learner and is the lead instructor for EDUC 350. He has also been instructing EDUC 619 Curriculum Design via online.