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EDU476 Early Intervention for Children with Disabilities (ages birth to 3)

Assists teachers in meeting the needs of infants and very young children with disabilities. Critically examines the current service delivery system for early childhood education to young children with a disability. Building on an understanding of normal development in children from birth to three years old with a focus on understanding those disabilities affecting that development, this course examines developmentally appropriate practices for children with disabilities within the context of an inclusive child- and family-centered curriculum and provides strategies to promote the growth of social and emotional development in children within a continuum of educational settings.

Credits: 3
Offered: SummerB
Prerequisites: None
Restrictions: None
Instructors: M. Mock, L. Sullivan
EDU 476 Early Intervention for Children with Disabilities (ages birth to 3) course information is subject to change, please check the latest schedule.