EDU-430 Teaching in a Diverse Society

This course surveys the issues of educating a diverse population in a pluralistic society. Topics of study include the culture of poverty, race and ethnicity, gender, religion, linguistic, minority education models, and sheltered instruction. Students in this class will, document proficiency for Standard 2 of the InTASC, Core Teaching Standards, Learning Differences: "The teacher uses understanding of individual, differences and diverse cultures and communities, to ensure inclusive learning environments that allow each learner to reach his/her full, potential." Prerequisites: EDU-202, PSY-221, and full or, provisional admission to the teacher education program.


3 credits