SED 796 Overview
The content of this course includes critical and research-based examination, discussion, and application of the methods in special education to effectively meet the needs of all learners (i.e. Response to Intervention, service delivery models, and various interventions and instructional models including Universal Design for Learning). Connections to various stakeholders including parents and community agencies will be explored through the use of single-subject design, meta-analysis and qualitative research synthesis. Specifically, students will: a. Examine evidence-based instructional practices in a particular focus area in special education, pupil services, and/or special education teacher education. b. Critically analyze the research basis of methods used to meet the needs of diverse learners. Corequisite: SED 797.
- 3.00 Credits