EDU 208 - Introduction to Teaching Students with Exceptional Learning Needs
This course will develop particpants’ understanding of collaborative roles and strategies of professionals who work with children in inclusionary classroom settings. The class will focus on the development of an inclusive, welcoming classroom environment where all learners thrive through the use of differentiated instruction, Universal Design for Learning, and the appropriate application of assistive technologies. Topics include, but are not limited to, Individualized Education Plans, 504 Plans, learning and intellectual disabilities, English Language Learners, gifted and talented education, and assessment and evaluation of exceptional learners. A 20-hour field experience in an inclusive educational setting is required.
Prerequisite(s): EDU 104 or PSY 215 or PSY 218 with a grade of C or better and eligibility for ENG 101
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