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EDUC 2240 - High Incidence Disabilities for Educators


Credit Hours: 3
This course is a survey course designed to provide teacher education majors with an understanding of the areas of exceptionality with an emphasis on the inclusion of students with high incidence disabilities such as mild mental impairments, learning disabilities, ADHD, and behavior disorders in the regular classroom. The historical, philosophical, political and sociological foundations of the education of students with exceptional learning needs will be presented, as well as current best practices and instructional approaches for each of these high incidence categories within the regular classroom. Students will be gain an introductory understanding of the role of the regular educator in the IEP process and co-teaching within the inclusive classroom.

Prerequisite(s): Admission to Teacher Education



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