SPE700 Educating Special Learners
This course will examine issues related to the education of learners with special needs, including the philosophical, historical, social, and legal foundations of special education; characteristics of learners with disabilities; employment and independence for learners with disabilities; and professionalism and ethical practices. The course will also offer students field-based experiences working with learners with disabilities in educational programs that address a wide range of academic, social, and transitional needs.
- Must be enrolled in the following level: Graduate
- Must be enrolled in one of the following majors: Literacy Ed and Adol Spec Ed (029B), Adol Special Ed and Lit Ed (059A), Special Ed:Adolescence Ed. (060G), Adol Special Ed and Lit Ed (059G), Special Ed: Adolescence Ed (060A), Special Ed: Childhood Ed (060C), Special Ed: Early Childhood Ed (060E), Literacy Ed and Child Spec Ed (029A), Child Special Ed and Lit Ed (059C)