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Teaching in the Inclusive Classroom (EDEX 261)

3 Semester Hours of Graduate Credit

Course Overview

In this course, you will learn practical strategies to maximize learning for all students, including those with special needs. You will learn inclusive teaching techniques first hand with video visits to classrooms where teachers are successfully educating both general and special education students. Course learning activities will teach you how to design and implement curriculum modifications and activity applications based on the strengths and needs of your students.

In this course, you will learn how to:

  • Utilize differentiated instruction to benefit both general and special education students.
  • Select, implement, and evaluate lesson modification to accommodate the needs of students with physical, emotional, or intellectual disabilities.
  • Offer choices to help students develop self-management skills.
  • Implement assessment strategies appropriate to your students' individual needs.

In addition to providing ways in which you can individualize your instruction, this course will also cover remedial methods, instructional techniques, and assistive technology that can be used to more effectively address the diverse learning levels of both your special and general education students.

This course is available in VHS or DVD format.


This course is offered through Quality Educational Programs, Inc.





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