Teaching Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilites Creating Inclusive Learning Environments
2017-2018 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook
   

SPED 563 - Teaching Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilites Creating Inclusive Learning Environments

3 Unit(s)
In this course, Special Education and Multiple Subject credential candidates will explore the impact of various disabilities on development and learning, and how different cultural settings can impact both exceptional groups of learners and students with disabilities. In addition, candidates will learn about the various laws that govern special education and students with disabilities, including the development and implementation of an Individualized Education Program (IEP).  Emphasis is placed on how to create an inclusive educational environment that benefits all learners in a diverse classroom and school community.  Candidates will learn how to collaborate effectively between the General Education and Special Education teachers using Universal Instructional Design principles to plan differentiated instructional strategies, integrate assistive technology when appropriate, and ensure meaningful access to curricula through accommodations and modifications.




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