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Course Description

The course provides teachers with an understanding of educational principles and practices used to develop short and long range planning for students in the inclusive setting. Universal Design for Learning and other strategies will be explored. Candidates will learn how to locate and apply information about current academic status and learning needs, including but not limited to, assessment data, language proficiency and cultural background, in order to plan for instructional purposes. The course also provides an overview of educational principles and practices for identifying and teaching diverse students in the inclusive classroom who demonstrate various disabilities including but not limited to: mild intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders, physical impairments, traumatic brain injuries, homelessness, foster youth, incarceration, medically fragile youth, and emotional/behavior disorders. Candidates will further their understanding of the IEP process by learning how to monitor progress and make adjustments as appropriate. Common compliance issues will be presented. During the course, Candidates will be provided information regarding the referral process, procedural safeguards, manifestation determination/expulsion and timelines.

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Eligible candidates must have an approved application on file in order to enroll in this course
Section Title
Collaborative and Case Management
Type
Online
Days
W, F, M
Time
4:45PM to 8:30PM
Dates
Jul 03, 2024 to Jul 15, 2024
Type
Online
Days
Sa
Time
8:30AM to 4:30PM
Dates
Jul 13, 2024
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
30.5
Location
  • Online
Delivery Options
Online  
Course Fee(s)
24-25 EPIC credit (2 units) $1,280.00
Available for Credit
2 units
Drop Request Deadline
Jul 02, 2024
Transfer Request Deadline
Jul 02, 2024
Instructors
  • Dr. Rochelle Hooks
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