EPSY 5618: Specialized Interventions for Students With Mild/Moderate Disabilities in Reading & Written Language

3 CreditsOnline Available

The purpose of this course is to prepare teachers of students at risk and with academic disabilities to address their specific learning needs in the area of reading and written language, using a data-based decision-making approach. Through course readings, lectures, discussions, cooperative group work, microteaching, and field experiences, students will gain knowledge and skills to address the needs of children with difficulties or disabilities that affect reading and writing, including children with dyslexia and dysgraphia.

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A Average (3.849)Most Common: A (80%)

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265 students
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    Recommend
  • 3.55

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    Effort
  • 4.11

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    Understanding
  • 3.89

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    Interesting
  • 3.62

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