May 24, 2020  
2019-2020 University Bulletin 
    
2019-2020 University Bulletin
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SEDU 356 - Collaboration and Adaptation in General Education Settings

2 hours
Candidates examine the importance and process of collaboration with family, classroom teachers, paraeducators, and other school and community personnel in integrating individuals with disabilities into various social and learning environments. Candidates study the process of examining the learning environment and classroom demands with consideration of the learning characteristics of students with disabilities, including culturally and linguistically diverse exceptional learners, for the purpose of selecting appropriate strategies and materials. Candidates demonstrate scaffolding techniques for modifying instructional methods, curricular materials and the learning environments, state and local assessments, and support of behavior management plans. Specific attention is given to effective co-teaching practices including effective communication, collaboration, co-planning and conflict resolution skills. Fieldwork required.

Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Teacher Education Program or education minor.



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