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EDRD 450 - Differentiated Reading Instruction


(3 S.H.)

This course examines the use of assessment data to plan differentiated reading instruction for a range of learners with diverse cognitive, linguistic, and cultural backgrounds. Emphasis is placed upon differentiation of instruction within classrooms and collaboration with other professionals from the design of data-based interventions for struggling readers, advanced readers and English language learners. Prerequisites:  ; EFRT 303 - Human Development and Learning: Elementary Education with Early Childhood Emphasis  or EFRT 304 - Human Development and Learning: Middle Level and K-12 ; ◆ EFRT 310 - Instructional Planning and Assessment: Elementary Education with Early Childhood Emphasis  or ◆ EFRT 311 - Instructional Planning and Assessment: Middle Level and K-12 ; EFRT 400 - Human Development and Learning: Early Childhood and Elementary  or EFRT 401 - Human Development and Learning: K-12 & 5-12 ; and EFRT 460 - Multicultural Youth, Children, & Families Part I: Early Childhood & Elementary  or EFRT 461 - Multicultural Youth, Children, & Families: Part I: K-12 and 5-12 . Prerequisite or co-requisite:  . Grade only. Offered yearly. Note: Graduate project required if taken at graduate level. In addition, a bachelor’s degree and an elementary or special education teaching license when taken at the 500 level.


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