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INED 3306:Education of Students with Exceptionalities in an Inclusive Setting II

1 Credit Hours
Prerequisite: Admission to Teacher Education and INED 3305   Concurrent:
EDMG 4660  or ENED 4660  or FLED 4660  or HIED 4660  or MAED 4660  or SCED 4660  
This course prepares candidates to work collaboratively with families and school personnel to have a positive impact on the educational, social and behavioral development of all students, including those with a full range of exceptionalities, in a diverse society. It focuses on knowledge of legislative mandates for serving exceptional students, characteristics of exceptionality, best practices in facilitating teaching and learning, and accountability through assessment of outcomes. This course requires an observational experience in an assigned school placement. Verification of professional liability insurance is required prior to placement in the field experience. This course, along with INED 3305, fulfills Georgia HB 671 requirement.



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