EPSY 5613: Foundations of Special Education I

3 CreditsOnline AvailableRace, Power, and Justice in the United States

To review the foundations of special education, culminating in an understanding of the application of the IDEAL Problem Solving Model. The course will address concepts related to exceptionality; historical and legal foundations; problem solving and tools of inquiry; collaborative relationships with families, educational, and community professionals; support of students with disabilities in general education; characteristics of students with high and low incidence disabilities, and ethics. Teacher candidates will learn methods of formative assessment using curriculum-based measures (CBM) and practice analyzing data to make instructional decisions and inform early intervention for struggling students.

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