Aiding Students with Learning Disabilities, T&L 2900

In this course, you will gain the knowledge and skills to work with students with special needs by learning both the current research and a hands-on practitioner's approach to improving classroom strategies.You will explore services schools are required to provide and Dr. Tileston's suggestions for what schools can do to best implement the standards set in federal and state laws. You will have the opportunity to consider systems of thinking and the roles they play in learning, as well as examples of mental models that students may learn to construct in order to increase their ability to recall and organize pieces of information. By the end of the course you will know a variety of tactics to better engage students with emotional, behavioral and attention disorders with the goal to ensure that all students receive a high quality education and become independent and empowered in their learning regardless of their disabilities.

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