SEED 3456 Inclusive Education and Teaching Students with Special Needs
3 hours recitation, 20 hours of field experience; 3 credits
Objectives, variations and clinical practice in collaborative and co-teaching methodologies and curriculum development, evaluation, regulatory compliance, and application of early interventions to teaching diverse student populations, with an emphasis on English language learners and students with special needs, including the gifted. Planning content area curriculum and assessments that are differentiated and accessible to students with a wide range of abilities. Continuation of portfolio development. Field experience (20 hours) in special education and/or inclusive classrooms required.
This course is the same as CBSE 3456. Not open to students who have taken CBSE 3456.
Prerequisite: SEED 2001 and 2002.
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