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EDUC 6588 Teaching and Learning Strategies for Moderate Special Needs (Spring: 3 )

Course Description

This course is intended to help prospective and experienced special education teachers and other educators a repertoire of skills for teaching students with mild/moderate (high incidence) educational disabilities. Participants will accomplish this goal by making connections among their knowledge of disabilities, special education policy and practices, assessments, education theory, and teaching methods. Students will learn how to develop, implement, and monitor individualized education programs, implement research-based effective intervention practices, and collaborate with others to meet the needs of special education students in inclusive and other educational settings. Successful students will have familiarity and competency with a variety of special education procedures and teaching approaches and specific practices. Appropriate for both elementary and secondary level education. Class sessions will routinely include time to practice skills being learned. Prerequisites EDUC7579

Instructor(s): David Scanlon

Prerequisites: EDUC7579. EDUC7579.

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Comments: Not open to non-degree students. EDUC6589 is intended for general educators and EDUC6588 is required for special educators

Last Updated: 24-Jun-17