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INED 504 Overview

This course includes the study of objectives, curriculum content, methodologies, and instructional materials appropriate for elementary, middle, and secondary students with severe needs in the area of exceptional education. This course emphasizes social skills, personal living skills, self-determination skills, community-based instruction, and universal design. Candidates will develop assessment, instruction, and management skills necessary to educate persons with severe developmental disabilities. Areas of focus include mobility, self-help, socialization, cognition, communication, and pre-vocational skills. The course includes further instructional techniques and lesson planning. This course develops students' understanding of the key components within a lesson plan and how to address individual learning styles.

  • 3.00 Credits
  • INED