SPED 510. Instructional Design and Strategies for Inclusive Education

This course prepares educators to design and deliver differentiated instruction to meet the needs of students with disabilities in inclusive classrooms. Students will learn to collect and analyze learner outcomes data to inform instruction, develop developmentally appropriate curricula and assessments with special emphasis on literacy instruction and assessment for students with reading disabilities, autism, and English Language Learners.  Students will also identify research-validated strategies for teaching learners with a wide range of exceptionalities, including those with autism, reading disabilities, significant disabilities, and those students who have experienced trauma. This class includes a 15-hour internship experience.
Offered: Regularly
Credits: 3
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