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|EDUC 435 - Learning and Diversity: Inclusive Classrooms|
This course addresses individual differences and inclusion based on the premise that all students have individual differences in their experiences, skills, knowledge, perspectives, and cultural beliefs; and that curricular materials and instruction must be selected, designed, and adapted to include all learners. Within this wider philosophical framework, particular focuses of the course will include: history of special education and contemporary approaches; working with students with physical, intellectual, or emotional/behavioral challenges or talents; individualized education plans; assessment; the team approach; and accommodating social, cultural, and linguistic diversity.
Schedule Types: Lecture, Final Exam
Must be enrolled in one of the following Programs:
Bachelor of Education
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