tesol574 | Graduate
This graduate-level course is 4 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Diversity, Human Rights, and Overcoming Prejudice in the Classroom
- Illustrate the use of media as a resource for increasing knowledge about diversity.
- Summarize human rights laws that have shaped the world's culture.
- Define prejudice.
- Identify the causes and consequences of prejudice.
- Identify strategies for reducing prejudice within the classroom.
- Apply methods for effective cross-cultural communication.
Cross-Cultural Communication With English Language Learners
- Identify the needs of English language learners.
- Identify the legal implications of communication with English language learners within a Kâ12 setting.
- Identify instructional strategies for increasing global awareness.
History and Overview of Culturally Responsive Teaching
- Define culture.
- Explain how culture influences teaching practices.
- Apply the principles of culturally responsive teaching.
- Compare multicultural and global education.
- Explain how technology has affected global education.
Building Community Within a Classroom
- Explain instructional strategies for cooperative learning and conflict resolution.
- Apply the concepts of multicultural and global education to classroom elements.
- Apply the concepts of multicultural and global education outside the classroom.
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