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Graduate Catalog 2013-2014

EDUC 629 - Technology and Diversity

This course focuses on the nature of individual learners as it impacts instructional design with the use of technology in education. Specifically, the course covers topics on tools, methods and approaches to meet learning needs of children with special learning, those of differing socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds, and those of varying learning styles and preferences. The course attempts to bridge the gap between theoretical implications and practical applications of diversity considerations in the context of educational technology integration.

Prerequisites:
EDUC 500, 518, 521, 604, 672; EDUC 631

Credits: 3



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