Course Details - SPE 3233  Section 01- Plan,Instr&AssesStudentWithDisabilit

Term: FA-19
Instructor(s): Lara Powers 
Schedule: R 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm -- WH  207
Maximum Enrollment: 25
Current Enrollment: 15
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Lab Fee: NA

Description: This course will address the Universal Design for Learning (UDL), a set of principles for curriculum development that give all individuals equal opportunities to learn. UDL principles addressed in the course are multiple means of representation; multiple means of action and expression; multiple means of engagement; learning objectives that are measurable and appropriately challenging; identifying means of providing access to the curriculum; organizing the learning environment; understanding and supporting students with challenging behaviors; instructional strategies/techniques that are appropriate; considering students’ ages and abilities; instructional strategies for ensuring individual academic and behavioral success in one-to-one, small group, and large group settings; instructional strategies that facilitate maintenance and generalization of concepts; selection and implementation of research-based interventions for individual students and selection and implementation of supplementary and/or functional curriculum. Other topics addressed in this course include assistive technology, intervention for at-risk learners, and an in-depth study of all aspects of assessment.
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