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This course will assist regular education teachers who have special education students in their classrooms. Teachers will learn about different types of disabilities and the implications of these disabilities on their learning and what modifications and adaptations are needed for them to become successful.
Topics include identification of special education students and their disabilities; classroom modifications in areas such as curriculum, testing and grading; classroom adaptations involving access to the core curriculum; implications for assessments including STAR, CAHSEE, CAPA and their relationship to the Individualized Education Process (IEP); behavior management strategies and techniques; working with special education teachers and aides (paras); and understanding and meeting the needs of 504 students.
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Students must have access to a computer and the Internet. Participants will be asked to observe in a special education setting and interact with special educators at their school site. Teacher participants, therefore, need to have access to both a regular education classroom and a special education classroom at their school site.
Application for credit is available after you enroll in a course session. You should apply for credits within 6 months of the completion of the course.
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