For the general educator, a program that provides you with a working knowledge of the special education practices and laws important for teaching in an inclusive classroom.
This Master of Education (M.Ed.) program is designed for general educators who need familiarity with essential topics to better prepare for the inclusive classrooms in which they are teaching. You will learn:
This course is designed to help teachers create classrooms in which all students will learn and flourish. The course moves from setting up and managing an effective classroom (universal preventative strategies), to designing curricular, instructional, and behavioral strategies and supports (supportive strategies), to addressing academic and behavioral challenges and problems (corrective strategies). The needs of various student populations, including English Language Learners, Special Education students, and students of diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds, will be addressed. The course will involve class meetings, online work, and classroom research. Prerequisite: ESPED 6136 or permission of instructor
Beverley Cush Evans
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