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Introduces students to the role of the special educator in academic and non-academic environments with students across disability areas. Facilitates observation and understanding of the professional work of special educators in K-12 schools, specifically in instruction, behavior management, and data collection. Provides exposure to special education at the transition and community-based levels as well as at the policy and leadership levels. Initiates critical reflection focused on examining special education theory and research in application through practice in school and community-based settings. Includes a 2-hour weekly seminar and a total of 20 field experience hours. Offered by School of Education. Limited to three attempts.
This course is not offered this semester.
- Fall 2021, Section: 001, CRN 77989, Format: Face-to-Face, Instructor: Kristen O'Brien, Fall 2021 Section 001 Syllabus
- Fall 2020, Section: 001, CRN 80854, Format: Face-to-Face, Instructor: Kristen O'Brien, Fall 2020 Section 001 Syllabus