Aug 11, 2022  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog
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ADIN 440 - Foundations of Teaching Secondary Students With Disabilities


A study of the historical, social and legal foundations of special education and current practices in New York State schools. Topics include identification of physical, behavioral, emotional and learning disabilities, role of the general classroom and special education teachers, collaborative partnerships with school personnel and families, service and strategies and required processes/procedures; e.g., 504 and Individualized Education Program, transitional planning and Committee on Special Education. Course taken prior to the Professional Semester. Prerequisites: SPF*204, ADOL*410, LST*301, DEPT*457. Corequisite: ADIN*441. Please note: Summer tuition is required and is subject to alternate refund policy based on start date.

Prerequisites & Notes
Course taken prior to the Professional Semester. Prerequisites: SPF*204, ADOL*410, LST*301, DEPT*457. Corequisite: ADIN*441. Please note: Summer tuition is required and is subject to alternate refund policy based on start date. Term cycle: summer. Yearly cycle: all years.

Credits: 3



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