EPSE 317 (3.0) Online – Course Outline
- Grade type: Pass/Fail
- Resource Guide
- Individual Education Plan
- Weekly Learning Responses
- Weekly Discussion Posts/Responses
The teacher’s role in dealing with major developmental and special educational issues and problems within the regular classroom program, including working with supportive services, parents and communities.
Pre-requisites and/or Co-requisites: one of EPSE 306 and EPSE 313. The pre-requisites may be waived with the permission of the instructor.
- To become cognizant of the teacher’s role in dealing with major developmental and special education issues and problems within the regular classroom program, including working with supportive services, parents and communities.
- To become aware of information concerning current issues relevant to special education in Canada, and the impact recent changes will have for regular classroom teachers.
- To obtain knowledge regarding stereotypes, professional classification and characteristics of children with special needs.
- To become cognizant of information regarding the categorization of children with special needs and issues related to the identification process and provision of services.
- To develop an understanding of assessment and program planning for children with special needs in regular education settings.
- To develop an understanding of the organizational and planning strategies (including techniques and materials) for an inclusive classroom.
|2||The Individual Education Plan|
|3||Designing Inclusive Classrooms|
|6||Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder|
|7||Emotional and/or Behavioral Disorders|
|9||Autism Spectrum Disorder|
|10||Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder|
|12||Special Talents and Gifted|
REQUIRED COURSE MATERIAL
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Option 1: (hardcopy)
- Smith, T., Polloway, E., Patton, J., Dowdy, C., McIntyre, L. (2015). Teaching students with special needs in inclusive settings (5th Canadian ed.). Toronto: Pearson Education. ISBN: 9780134396941
Option 2: (e-book)
- Smith, T., Polloway, E., Patton, J., Dowdy, C., McIntyre, L. (2015). Teaching students with special needs in inclusive settings. (5th Canadian ed.). Go to: http://www.myeducationlab.com (Special Education)
This is an online course. Students are required to have a computer, access to the Internet, and a Campus Wide Login ID and password to access the course website.
LIBRARY RESOURCES: Connect From Home
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Latest Revision on: March 22, 2017