EDP 590: Teaching Exceptional Children

2011-05-11 -

Maximum Increased.

Synonym:

76262 (for web registration)

Section:

A

Faculty:

Teri Young

Credits:

2

Seats:

22

Semester:

Summer 2011

Meeting Schedule:

Mon 6/13 - 6/17 (8:30AM-11:59AM)
Mon 6/20 - 6/24 (8:30AM-11:59AM)

Description:

Competency Area: Educational & Social Policy
Required of and restricted to Waldorf and Integrated Learning teacher certification students through April 25; open to other Education students on April 26; others by written permission of program Director provided to the Registrar’s Office via Antioch email.

This course will examine the assumptions, attitudes and actions of the individual, family, teacher and community toward the special needs child. We will discuss school law and the IEP process as they relate to special needs students as well as the concepts of mainstreaming, integrated curriculum, gifted and talented education, and teamwork between special educators and the classroom teacher. This course will focus on children with learning disabilities, with Attention Deficit Disorder, with emotional and physical disabilities, and the gifted and talented children. Students will relate theory to practice through observation in a variety of settings, as well as through personal reflection and introspection.