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Course Catalog 2008-2009 
    
Course Catalog 2008-2009 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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EDUC 513 - Honoring and Negotiating Differences: Teaching Children with Special Needs


Semester Offered: Summer
Credits (Range): 2 Hours
How do the different ways children learn affect teaching? This course examines the question through several lenses, including the latest findings in brain research concerning students’ learning styles, differentiated instruction, multiple intelligences, gender differences, children’s social interactions, and cultural and family influences. Students are introduced to various exceptionalities, examine legislation pertaining to special needs, and explore institutional practices for accommodating students with exceptionalities. Classroom practice and organization are emphasized. Consent of the instructor required.
Instructor: Staff
Prerequisites & Notes
Enrollment is limited to Graduate Teachers Education Program students.



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