EDU 512: Inclusive Classrooms, K-12
Prerequisite: EDU 510 and EDU 511 or permission of the instructor
Inclusive education viewed from historical, legal, and practical perspectives for the inclusive classroom. Organizational restructuring, philosophical implication, educational diversity, goal setting, curriculum modification, diverse content instructional models, and alternative assessment prepare the future teacher for effective responses to differing student learning styles, rates, and needs. Research into the literature, development of an IEP, curriculum and lesson planning, material development, and classroom management provide essential professional skills for the K-12 inclusionary-classroom teacher. Up to 20 hours pre-practicum suburban experience.
Section 01: Graduate Lecture
Location: Liberal Arts 215