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Differentiation System Design: School Practices, develops the focus of the differentiation lens on the development of a school learning community organized around the concept of 21st Century skills attained through site instructional system design, differentiated instructional practices, and development of higher level thinking skills and skill application. Technology plays an important role in the differentiation processes of the present and the future, and concepts and ideas will be presented and discussed in the course.

Note: Previously offered as EDUC 31391.

Course Number: EDUC-41391
Credit: 3.00 unit(s)
Related Certificate Programs: Gifted and Talented Education