EPSY 5681: Educating Preschoolers with Disabilities: Specialized Approaches and Interventions

3 CreditsOnline Available

This course provides an opportunity to engage in in-depth learning related to a variety of specialized approaches and interventions designed to maximize developmental and educational outcomes for young children, birth to age 6, with disabilities and their families in home, community, and school-based settings. Early educators and early childhood special educators play a major role in the development, implementation, and evaluation of individualized programming and are called upon to provide services that are interdisciplinary, multicultural, family-centered, inclusive, developmentally appropriate, and effective. Thus, early childhood professionals must be knowledgeable of and proficient in their application of curricular adaptations and instructional strategies that address the needs of young children with a broad range of disabilities in a broad range of preschool settings. prereq: [5616, 5625] or instr consent

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B+ Average (3.339)Most Common: B (32%)

This total also includes data from semesters with unknown instructors.

65 students
WFDCBA
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    Recommend
  • 2.33

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    Effort
  • 3.89

    /5

    Understanding
  • 3.65

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    Interesting
  • 3.67

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