EDU 308: Teaching in Inclusive Early Childhood And Childhood Settings

Discipline: Education

Credit Hours: 3

Prerequisite: EDU-210, EDU-211 or 209, EDU-309 or 371. This course emphasizes the role of the teacher as decision-maker; one who manages the instructional/learning environment so as to achieve optimal outcomes of all students, with an emphasis on students with disabilities in inclusive settings. Candidates will have an opportunity to create specially designed instruction for students with disabilities in the regular education setting, as well as in other settings. There is an emphasis on the preparation of IEPs and the concomitant materials. As distinct feature of this course is an examination of the relationship between the regular and special educators and the need for collaboration to insure positive learning outcomes for all students.(Offered every semester)(3)

Upcoming Offerings


Term Section - Professor Day(s) Times
Fall 2014 01 - Andrew Beigel MWF 8:00 AM - 8:55 AM Books

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