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Course Description

Directly addresses one of five nonnegotiables of differentiated instruction: the role of curriculum in designing and delivering high-quality differentiated instruction. Explores the attributes of high-quality curriculum and what it means to teach for understanding. Shares how teachers in a differentiated classroom write objectives that adhere to standards documents, and examines the role of rigor and relevance in designing differentiated curriculum that leads to these objectives.
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