Description
EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES FOR STUDENTS WITH MODERATE AND SEVERE DISABILITIES
Presents an overview of the nature and needs of educating individuals with moderate and severe disabilities. Models, theories, and effective strategies for individual assessment and planning, cognitive, functional and social development in a standard aligned system, and research-based instructional methods are provided. The content focuses on the dynamics of including diverse learners in the home, school, general education classroom and community. This course provides students with an opportunity to apply knowledge through a field-based experience. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisites: SPECED.358. This course satisfied PDE guidelines for Inclusive Classrooms/SAS.
Details
Grading Basis
Graded
Units
3
Component
Lecture - Required
Offering
Course
SPECED 530
Academic Group
College of Education
Academic Organization
Exceptionality Programs
Campus
Bloomsburg Main Campus
Enrollment Requirements
Meth Instr Ind Dis - SPECED 358