EDUC 3109 Environments and Curriculum Adaptation for Young Learners with Special Needs

(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as EDUC 51.12.
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3 hours recitation, 1 hour supervised field experience; 3 credits

Introduction to planning, implementing, and evaluating instruction for young children with special needs. Designing environments, curricular planning and modification to implement inclusive programs, including work in developmental and curriculum areas and positive behavior supports. Working with related service professionals; assessment and interventions with children and families; interagency collaborations. Focus on young children from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds in urban settings. This course is linked with a corequisite course through the use of thematic material and faculty collaboration.

Prerequisite: Education 2001 [16], 2002 [34], and 3108 [51.11]. Corequisite: Speech *1114 [12]. A student who recieves a failing grade in Education 3109 [51.12] and a grade of C or higher in the corequisite course may, with department permission, repeat Education 3109 [51.12] without a corequisite requirement.


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