ED 203 - Inclusionary Practices in Educational Settings
This course introduces students to a variety of academic, social, and emotional teaching practices implemented in public school settings to support inclusion. The legal guidelines and practices of special education will be investigated along with the structural components of tiered systems of support including Response to Intervention and Positive Behavioral Intervention. Emphasis will be placed on the positive, proactive role of the educator. Students will explore personal dispositions, social emotional competencies, and instructional differentiation through introductory elements of Universal Design and Culturally Responsive Teaching.
Prerequisites & Notes
ED 101 or ED 125 or permission of instructor.