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EDE448 Behavior and Communication Supports for Students with Significant Disabilities

Develops a context for current and pre-service teachers to understand disability as a social construct in society at large and in the educational community in particular. Critically examines the historical context for special education and the institutional approach to disabilities, and utilizes that context to discuss current educational practices for students with diverse learning abilities. Addresses laws and regulations affecting the education and inclusion of all students as well as family issues, the inclusion/standards debate, assessment, and labeling, and other issues facing schools. There are 20 additional field hours attached to this course.

Credits: 3
Offered: SummerB
Prerequisites: None
Restrictions: None
Instructors: M. Mock, K. Love
EDE 448 Behavior and Communication Supports for Students with Significant Disabilities course information is subject to change, please check the latest schedule.