SEDL 375 - Reflective Practices in Teaching Students with Disabilities Lab
Designed to provide supervised opportunities to develop a comprehensive individualized lesson plan(s) for a student(s) with a disability that reflects a deep understanding of differentiation and also addresses the unique behavioral needs of students that are in need of functional behavioral support. The course content will also reflect students’ acquisition of skills from their special education methods courses and provide opportunities to practice the culmination of these skills while receiving constructive feedback from the instructor.
Credit Hours: 1
Corequisite Courses: SED 375 .
Prerequisite Courses: SED 372 , SED 369 , SEDL 369 , SED 370 .
Additional Restrictions/Requirements: Restricted to majors in Special Education (General and Adapted Curriculum).
Course Repeatability: Course may not be repeated. Maximum Repeatable Hours: 1
Additional Course Fees: Additional Fee - Liability Insurance
Department of Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle, Literacy, and Special Education
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