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EDU 2010: Educating Children With Diverse Needs (3 cr.)**
This course provides an overview of the field of special education with a focus on educational laws which provide for the identification of individuals with disabilities, the process of determining entitlements to special education services, and the models of teaching that educate children in the least restrictive environment under the umbrella of IDEA and NCLB. The course provides an overview of teaching strategies that addresses students with a broad spectrum of disabilities in multi-cultural school environments included under IDEA. Sixteen hours of field experiences in diverse settings provide teacher candidates with opportunities to integrate educational theory with instructional practices.
Prerequisite: EDU.2000 with minimum grade of B-. For School of Education students only. Requires written permission from Associate Dean of Undergraduate Advising in School of Education.
Not counted as Liberal Arts
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