- Programs & Licensures
This course is designed to prepare the teacher for the challenge of meeting the needs of exceptional children in the regular classroom. A general study of exceptional children focuses on mainstreamed and included special education students. Various topics included are identification of exceptional children, their characteristics and special needs, delivery of services, instructional methods and techniques, and evaluation.
The student will:
Students do NOT need access to any online resources (myLab Education).
The course consists of learning activities, 4 module assessments, a reflective interview, case study assessments, a research paper, and a final exam.
Assignments are worth between 5 and 100 points, for a total of 667 points possible in the course.
This course is an overview of the history and development of laws which mandate the provision of Special Education and related services to students with disabilities.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
The course consists of devotions, quizzes, PowerPoint presentations, exams, and other various assignments.
Each assignment is worth between 5 and 100 points, with the midterm and final exam each worth 200 points, for a total of 1000 points in the course.