Oct 22, 2021
BAST 401 - Special Education Methods
Admission to the BAS-TE program.
The purpose of this course is guide candidates in constructing case studies of students with disabilities in order to the learn the application of theoretical concepts and tools in providing services to students with disabilities in school settings. IEP’s, RTI, assessment, intervention tools, and special education techniques will be analyzed, evaluated, and developed with a particular emphasis on cultural sensitivity and potential bias. This course will include opportunities to reflect on student teaching experiences.
4 theory hours.
- Ability to define, identify, and develop philosophy of inclusion in educational settings
- Understand the value of planning for student diversity
- Recognize the importance of maintaining professionalism through communication and collaboration within the school setting
- Understanding of special education operations in school districts
- Understand inclusive practices and how they apply to educational settings
- Identify specially designed instruction in terms of students with disabilities
BAS-TE degree course.
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