EDUC 211 EDUCATION AND SOCIETY (WE)*
An exploration of developments and current trends in education; historical, philosophical, and sociological aspects of general and special education are studied; extensive interaction among participants is fostered (3 credits).
EDUC 328 CHILDREN/ADOLESCENT LITERATURE
The development of an appreciation of literature written for children and young adolescents; this course appraises prose and poetry and presents strategies for arousing and sustaining the student’s interest in and appreciation of good literature (3 credits).
EDUC 330 MATHEMATICS FOR ADOLESCENTS WITH DISABILITIES
This course is designed to provide a foundation in basic mathematics instruction for students in the Adolescent Special Education program who are mathematics majors. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the effects of disabilities on the comprehension of concepts as well as integrating mathematics study with other subjects taught at the secondary level (1 credit).
EDUC 340 INTRODUCTION TO STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
An exploration of the etiology, characteristics, services, and programs for students with disabilities. Focuses on legal mandates, program options, family issues, and the roles of general and special educators as members of multidisciplinary teams and participants in effective inclusion programs. Case studies will be used extensively. Three lecture hours. Field experience—one morning/week (3 credits).
(C)* May be taken to meet Core Requirements
(WE)* Writing Emphasis