CTGE5155 Special Education Foundations: Past, Present, Future Introduction

Trace the principles, policies, practices, and perspectives of special education over time in the United States and other countries. Analyze characteristics and instructional needs of students with a range of disabilities and implications for the legal and professional responsibilities of classroom teachers. Study the disability, autism, in-depth and apply learning to practical situations. Increase students' access to the general education curriculum through collaboration with other professionals, universal design for learning, response to intervention (RTI), and assistive technology. Consider implications for multicultural classrooms in the diagnosis and instruction of students with disabilities.  Students will complete 15 hours field work focused on students with disabilities. This course meets the New York State Education Department regulatory requirement for teachers of students with disabilities to understand the needs of students with autism.This course is a recommended pre-requisite for all special education courses.

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