ERSE3500 - Special Education in the Primary Grades
Explores the relationship of special education services to the organization and function of the primary grades in elementary schools and how this relationship is constructed. Examines the knowledge and skills early childhood educators need to establish collaborative, reflective relationships with children, families, specialists, and paraprofessionals as well as the roles and responsibilities of each person supporting children’s learning needs. Emphasizes way to create learning environments that are respectful and supportive of all children, ages 5 through 8. Prepares students to select, adapt, and use instructional strategies and materials that support children with disabilities in the primary grades. Springs. Prerequisite(s): ERSE 2500 and Acceptance into Teacher Certification candidacy.
*All course information is from the 2016-2017 Catalog.