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Course Descriptions

SPE731 Literacy and Social Studies Inst. for Childhood Learners w/Disabilities

This course will examine methods for planning, implementing, and evaluating instructional strategies for students with disabilities on the childhood level, particularly in the areas of literacy and social studies. Emphasis will be placed on methods for differentiating instruction based upon learner characteristics, learning environment, curriculum and technology considerations, and state, and national standards.

Credits

  • 5

Restrictions

  • Must be enrolled in the following level: Graduate
  • Must be enrolled in one of the following majors: Special Ed: Childhood Ed (060C), Special Ed: Early Childhood Ed (060E), Child Special Ed and Lit Ed (059C)

Prerequisites

  • (SPE700 Minimum Grade of D- or 39700) or (SPE701 Minimum Grade of D- or 39701)

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