Introduction to Special Education – Enhances teachers’ understanding of how to educate students with disabilities and the rationale for including students with disabilities into effective and appropriate educational settings.
Collaboration, Families and Case Management – Focuses on collaboration between a teacher and families, and collaboration among the various professionals who are collectively responsible for the educational well-being of the student.
Assessment and Curriculum for Students with Disabilities – Links two essential components for developing effective educational interventions for students with disabilities: assessment and curriculum management.
Establishing and Maintaining an Effective Classroom Ecology – Provides teachers with an understanding of how environmental and personal factors intersect and can, at times, negatively affect the achievement of students with disabilities
Guided Practice: Mild/Moderate Disabilities – Enables students to translate theory into classroom application in order to gain an understanding of the teaching-learning process in the special education context.