EDUC 4003 - MNT Education of Exceptional Children
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Students will learn about the different exceptionalities and the role of special education in educating children with special needs. The course is intended for early childhood and elementary education students, as well as other students who may be interested in pursuing a career in special education. The course is an introduction to the education of children with developmental and learning needs. It provides a survey of prevailing and preferred educational practices for children significantly handicapped by physical, sensory, neurological, intellectual, and affective problems. Issues related to the various aspects of the delivery of services for children with disabilities, identification of student needs, use of appropriate teaching strategies as well as social and cultural construction of disability will be examined through interactive group discussions. This course will be taught mostly synchronously. Students will become familiar with and know how to use research-validated instructional strategies that are responsive to the characteristics and learning needs of students with a broad range of backgrounds and needs. Students will gain professional knowledge and understanding of the five competency areas of the EAS (Education for All Students) Test, which are necessary to teach all students effectively in New York State.
Greenberg, Donna J. (2021, Spring), Syllabus, EDUC 4003 - MNT Education of Exceptional Children, Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University.
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