2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog

SPCE 200 Exc Children Adults

Specifically for non-special education majors and offers an introduction to the foundation, terminology, identification, and issues commonly encountered when addressing the needs of diverse individuals with exceptional needs. Examines federal and state legal mandates for the provisions of special education and interventions including nondiscriminatory assessments, parental involvement, and individualized educational plans with an emphasis on diversity issues. Addresses the collaborative roles of a multidisciplinary approach to supporting children and youth with disabilities in a diverse society. Not open to students who have credit in SPCE 201.