Multicultural Education

Schools are primary agents of socialization. This is a course designed to increase the student’s knowledge and awareness of diverse classroom populations. The course will focus on enhancing critical thinking skills when teaching cultural diversity and differentiation for diverse learners. It will examine learning styles affected by cultural diversity and exceptionalities such as language, disability, and the intellectually gifted, and their impacts on classroom teaching and learning. The course will introduce behaviorist and constructivist strategies for accommodating areas of exceptionalities and assessing their impacts upon student learning styles. Prerequisites: EDU 210 and admission to the Education program.

Grade Basis: Letter Grade
Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3


  • EDU 210 - Teaching and Learning I


  • Must have admission to the Education program.

Last updated: 06/28/2021