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Teaching Diverse Populations

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Participants analyze diversity within the classroom and discuss ways to promote positive student contributions. By identifying common characteristics of disabilities often found in a general education classroom, participants gain an understanding of students with disabilities. Additionally, participants determine specific intervention strategies to address identified disabilities.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    Characteristics of Students With Physical and Sensory Disabilities

    • Identify intervention strategies for students with sensory disabilities.
    • Identify common characteristics of students with health disorders.
    • Identify intervention strategies for students with health disorders.
    • Identify common characteristics of students with orthopedic disabilities.
    • Identify intervention strategies for students with orthopedic disabilities.
    • Identify common characteristics of students with sensory disabilities.

    Characteristics of Students With Emotional and Attention Disabilities

    • Identify intervention strategies for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
    • Identify common characteristics of students with attention disabilities.
    • Identify intervention strategies for students with attention disabilities.
    • Identify common characteristics of students with emotional disabilities.
    • Identify intervention strategies for students with emotional disabilities.
    • Identify common characteristics of students with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

    Understanding and Appreciating Diversity

    • Describe differences in lifestyle, culture, and learning opportunities for students in general education classrooms.
    • Identify how each student makes positive contributions to the learning environment.
    • Identify supports and services within a school program.

    Disability Awareness

    • Discuss the effects of labeling and stereotyping on a student’s self-esteem.
    • Describe the different causes of disabilities.

    Characteristics of Students With Cognitive Disabilities

    • Identify common characteristics of students with intellectual disabilities.
    • Identify intervention strategies for students with intellectual disabilities.
    • Identify common characteristics of students with learning disabilities.
    • Identify intervention strategies for students with learning disabilities.
    • Identify common characteristics of students with communication disabilities.
    • Identify intervention strategies for students with communication disabilities.
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