EDUC 570 : Survey of Exceptional Children

Diverse and exceptional students, their learning needs, and protection under the law. Focus on creating instructional contexts and using appropriate teaching strategies to accommodate the special learning needs of students who are academically at-risk, including but not limited to students who are labeled learning dis/Abled, emotionally disturbed, developmentally delayed, autistic, other health impaired, traumatic brain injury, multiple dis/Abilities, gifted and talented, and those who come from culturally, linguistically, socioeconomically, or multiculturally diverse backgrounds. This course satisfies the proficiency requirement for Critical Thinking in the disciplines.

Prerequisites

Education 305 or 505.

Overview

Program

Semester Hours

3