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This course teaches K-6 teachers how to address students with special needs in the general classroom. The course provides information about teacher involvement in the special education process in terms of assessment, intervention, and collaboration. The most prevalent disabilities are covered in addition to students with other special needs such as ELLs, at-risk, and gifted students. Each special need is defined and common causes and characteristics are identified along with suggested instructional strategies. Intervention strategies and classroom adaptations are also provided to help teachers accommodate students with special needs in an inclusive classroom.

Other Credits: Formerly offer as EDUC31528

Note: This is an inservice course for Professional Development Institute.

Course Number: EDUC-41528
Credit: 5.00 unit(s)