Advanced Educational Exceptionality
Units: 1.5, Hours: 3-0
An advanced course intended to familiarize students with the needs of children and adolescents with varying exceptionalities. Topics include history of special education services, legal/ethical issues in the delivery of service to students with special needs; special education policies and procedures, parents and families of children with special needs, intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities, emotional disturbance, giftedness, children with speech and language problems, complex developmental disorders, hearing and vision loss, physical impairments, and chronic health problems.
Note: Restricted to students registered in the Professional Specialization Certificate in Special Education.
Undergraduate course in Educational Psychology and Leadership Studies offered by the Faculty of Education.