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Middle School Curriculum Development And Instruction
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The Middle School Classroom, Students, and Parent Involvement
- Compare past, present, and future models of middle schools.
- Describe components of effective middle schools.
- Summarize young adolescent development and implications for educators.
- Suggest strategies for creating positive learning climates for diverse middle school students.
- Identify cultural considerations for engaging parents and the community at the middle school.
- Compare curriculum definitions.
- Summarize standards and frameworks for developing an effective middle school curriculum.
- Describe considerations of middle school instructional planning.
- Summarize characteristics of effective middle school teachers.
- Apply developmentally appropriate instructional strategies for middle school students.
- Describe instructional modifications for students with varied learning needs.
- Summarize the types of assessment and their roles in the middle school.
- Identify issues related to assessment in the middle school.
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