EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES FOR STUDENTS WITH MILD DISABILITIES (GRADES 7-12)
Prepares future educators to meet the diverse needs of students with mild disabilities in a secondary instructional setting. Management strategies, current theories of best practice, and a variety of research-based methods of instruction are presented and explored. Inclusionary issues, such as, collaborative roles of educational professionals, paraprofessional management, and administrative concerns within secondary educational settings are addressed. Strategies for differentiating instruction are analyzed for application. In addition, appropriate interventions and services that meet the needs of adolescents with mild disabilities are identified. Prerequisites: SPECED.358, admission to Teacher Education or related.