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Exposes teacher candidates to K-12 classroom settings inclusive of students with disabilities who access the adapted curriculum and who have severe disabilities. Examines the professional realities, roles, and responsibilities of special education teachers based upon a foundation of theory and research designed to stimulate critical reflectivity. Engages with individuals and/or small groups of individuals with severe disabilities in the classroom environment. Assists in the planning and implementation of effective assessment, instruction, and behavior management across subject areas. Includes a 2-hour seminar held nine times throughout the semester and a total of 30 field experience hours. Offered by School of Education. Limited to three attempts.
This course is not offered this semester.