EDS410 - Foundations of Special Education (3 cr.)

This course provides a foundational understanding of the field of special education, including contemporary issues and controversies. It includes study of the disability classifications, needs of children and youth with exceptionalities, and significant litigation and legislation related to special education. The course will examine program options for students and the roles of teachers. Teacher candidates will learn about differentiated instructional and assessment practices to engage all students in meaningful learning activities. Prerequisite(s): EDU230 and matriculation in B.S. Childhood Education; or EDU230 and matriculation in B.S./M.S.Ed Childhood Education/Special Education; or B.A./M.S.T. Adolescence Education. Semester(s) Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.

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