Introduction to Children with Exceptionalities
This course is part of the following part-time on campus and/or online program(s):
Educators require the knowledge and skills to create inclusive early learning programs and facilitate the learning and development of all children. Students explore causes of various exceptionalities and their impact on children, families and the early learning environment. Students investigate various topics, such as children at risk, communication disorders, intellectual differences, learning disabilities, sensory impairments and giftedness. Methods for working collaboratively with families and other professionals are also examined.
Spring 2017: Section 586 is a hybrid course (a combination of on campus and online).
FAM1000 and FAM1236 and FAM1242 and FAM1243
|On Campus - Woodroffe|
|586||May 13 - Aug 12||Sat||9am - 12pm||$383.04|
|Online Learning||Required Books for Online Learning|
|800||Jun 5 - Aug 15||Online||$398.04|