2018-19 Undergraduate Catalog 
    Dec 02, 2023  
2018-19 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

EDU 301 - Methods for Working with Young Children with Diverse Needs

(3 credits; alternate years, consult department)
This course examines the central concepts, structures and tools used to develop meaningful learning progressions for individuals with execeptionalities ages birth through grade three. Candidates will develop, implement and evaluate individualized plans (IFSPs and IEPs) and utilize a range of appropriate assessment and evaluation strategies to support individual strengths, interests and needs. By the end of the course, candidates will be able to design curricula, assessments and intervention strategies that align with learner and program goals. Candidates will also understand the role of families in the assessment process and assist them in identifying resources, priorities and concerns in relation to the child’s development.

Note: This course includes 25 hours of field experience.