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Running head: LEARNING1Supporting Diversity Through 21stCentury Teaching and LearningJavonda StewartEDU 695: MAED CapstoneInstructor Orvie Mizzell-BullockNovember 25, 2017
LEARNING2Supporting Diversity Through 21stCentury Teaching and LearningIntroductionBased on the MAED program learning outcomes, the first three studentoutcome expectations states that, “The MAED graduate designs appropriate and challenginglearning experiences informed by analysis of how learners develop individually across thecognitive, linguistic, social, emotional, and physical patterns to promote student learning andgrowth, the MAED graduate employs differentiated instructional practices aligned with learnerstrengths and differences, diverse cultures a diverse community to promote student learning ina safe, collaboratively, engaging, inclusive, 21st century learning environment, and the MAEDgraduate designs a variety of evidence-based assessments used for ongoing evaluation of studentprogress and to guide teacher and learner decision-making.” (Masters of Arts in Education Program Learning Outcomes, 2014).Redesign-OutcomesI plan to redesign week three assignment in EDU 645. The redesign of this outcome is suggestive of the 21stcentury component of core subjects and 21stcentury themes. Since this lesson is based on math, which is a key subject that needs to be mastered because students shouldbe successful in key subjects. “In addition, schools must promote an understanding of academic