EDU 2100 - Exceptional Child Development
3 sem hrs cr
This course provides an introduction to the development of exceptional children. The course focuses on various types of conditions in the context of typical development. For each area of exceptionality, current research trends, theoretical and legal considerations, and practice-related issues are discussed. Family involvements, cultural and linguistic diversity, a lifespan focus and educational implications are examined.
Additional observations and problem-based learning activities are required in this course.
A minimum grade of “C” is required in this course to meet the requirement of the AST degree. Prerequisite: Documented eligibility for collegiate English. Recommended EDUC 2210
In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.
This course may include proctored exams which must be completed on campus or at an instructor approved proctoring center which may require additional costs to the student. Please consult your instructor for additional details.
Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UT
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