This course promotes the development and practice of effective teaching and management strategies for elementary regular classroom teachers to promote academic and social integration and interaction of "mainstreamed" exceptional students. Topics include background knowledge related to special education issues including laws and regulations, terminology, disability categories, and common educational practices. Students are also challenged to learn the skills necessary to work collaboratively within an educational environment to include students with disabilities, while meeting their individual educational, behavioral, and social needs. Evidence-based instructional and behavior strategies will also be presented.
Corequisite: EDG 3622.
Terms Typically Offered:Fall
Textbook information will be available online for each term's courses 45 days prior to the first day of classes
for the term.
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