SPED 431. Introduction to the Exceptional Child/Adolescent. 1 Hour.

The course is designed to provide the student with knowledge of and direct experiences within instructional settings that include one or more exceptional children. Structured experiences will be provided to (a) ensure mastery of skills in differentiating normal from atypical patterns of behavior in children or adolescents, (b) promote acquisition of skill in understanding the educational needs of exceptional learners as well as the procedures used to identify and provide instruction for them, (c) ensure the generalization of communication skills to the unique needs of exceptional learners in instructional settings, and (d) promote a positive attitude toward atypical students. LEC.

Bachelor of Science in Education

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Music Education B.M.E. Program

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...Learning and Development 2 SPED 326 Teaching Exceptional...General Music Teaching MEMT 431 Choral Diction for...