Inclusion: Working with Students with Special Needs in General Education Classrooms
A self-paced CD-ROM course. This course was written to help teachers understand concepts and terms related to educating students in inclusive classrooms. The course also helps teachers learn about the continuum of placements school systems can use in providing special education services to students with disabilities. The course helps you understand the federal definition of students entitled to special education services, as well as procedures you can use in determining whether these students can be educated in the regular classroom. The course also identifies and describes the roles and responsibilities of special and general educators in providing special education services to students educated in inclusive classrooms. This course is designed to help special and general educators gain a better understanding of inclusion, one of the current educational reform movements that advocates for educating students with disabilities in the general education classroom. Ideal for elementary, middle, and high school instructors.
- Dates: Self-paced; students may register now through July 11, 2014; coursework must be completed by August 8, 2014.
- Place: N/A
- Class No: TBD (CD-ROM) or TBD (online)
- Units: Two
- Course: LEE 180T
- Grading Option: Letter Grade
- Fee: $330
- Instructor: Florah Luseno, Ph.D.