Curriculum Methods MMD K-12

This course provides an introduction to the educational and psychological characteristics (cognitive, emotional, and social) of K-12 individuals with mild-moderate disabilities and the implications that these characteristics have for educational practice. Problems of definitions, screening, diagnosis, classification systems, transition, future planning, classroom management, and multicultural issues are addressed. Information useful for selecting and developing intervention programs for students with mild disabilities including physical and other health impairments are addressed. Included is an overview of research in the field with emphasis on the study of instructional approaches emphasizing specific methods and materials. This course includes 20 hours of practicum experience.


Credit hours: 4.0

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Last updated: 07/19/2019