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Differentiated Instruction: Young Learner

3 Credits
Discover how to meet the needs of all children in your classroom by implementing a differentiated curriculum.  Include teaching strategies in all curricular areas to meet the diverse needs of all students including English Learners, special needs students, academically challenged students, GATE students and multicultural students in the Preschool/Transitional Kindergarten classroom. Use the Guiding Documents to design lesson plans that align with Foundations and Standards. Explore current research for differentiating curriculum and universal design of curriculum in early childhood classrooms.

This course is applicable towards the Early Childhood Education Certificate.

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Dianne Young

Giving young children a good foundation and start in life is my passion. The teachers knowledge and skills have a direct effect on the success of the children in my care. When working with adults in the early childhood field I am blessed to be able to share my knowledge and experiences with young children. It is so gratifying to see a student develop self-esteem and self confidence and the feeling that they can do more than they think. One of my favorite sayings is: My teacher thought I could do it so I did. This is important for adult students as well as young children.