EDUC 023A. Special Education: Adolescents with Special Needs

In this half credit attachment to EDUC 023 , Adolescence, students will focus on meeting the needs of diverse adolescent learners. In particular, students will examine the unique psycho-social interactions between adolescents receiving special education services, their parents and the educators who work with them. Students will also explore strategies for addressing specific cognitive and academic needs of these adolescents in literacy, content area learning, and transitions out of school. Course includes a field placement. Required for students pursuing secondary teacher certification.
Prerequisite: (or concurrently) EDUC 026 /PSYC 026  or permission of the instructor.
Corequisite: EDUC 023  can be taken concurrently
0.5 credit.
Spring 2021. Smulyan.
Spring 2022. Staff.
Catalog chapter: Educational Studies  
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