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Course Description

Providing accommodations and differentiating instruction are essential practices for special educators. Education should support all students’ learning and their ability to learn. Candidates will observe and explore various curriculum and strategies to use in the inclusive classroom for all children, including children with disabilities and those who are learning English. There will be a focus on research-based approaches for designing, adapting, prescribing, and delivering instruction in content areas with special emphasis on progress monitoring. Relevant standards and curriculum will be examined with the goal of designing standards-based, individualized instruction that is functional, appropriate, and systematic for all students who have special needs, including students with cultural, linguistic socio-economic, gender and sexual orientation diversity considerations. Candidates will clearly understand how to access the general education curriculum and support all students with active participation in every lesson with the necessary supports, services and adaptations required for individual students.Methods and Models provides the broad overview whereas Case Study affords an in depth look at one inclusive environment circumstance.
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