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EDE445 Teaching Students with Significant Disabilities

Prepares teacher candidates to develop appropriate teaching and learning strategies and individualized programs for students with significant disabilities. The emphasis is on teaching and supporting students in accessing the general education curriculum and typical school activities in the general education setting and in their home communities. Candidates examine evidence-based instructional practices, assessment strategies, assistive technology, communication, facilitating peer relationships, and embedding functional skills in the general education curriculum as they develop an understanding of the learning characteristics of this student population. Prepares candidates to identify systemic structures that impede student learning and develop advocacy skills to break down these barriers.

Credits: 3
Offered: Spring
Prerequisites: None
Restrictions: None
Instructors: M. Mock, K. Love
EDE 445 Teaching Students with Significant Disabilities course information is subject to change, please check the latest schedule.