Introduction to Educating Exceptional Children & Youth PL124096
Mon, Nov 13, 2023 - Wed, Jan 31, 2024
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Mon, Nov 13, 2023
Wed, Jan 31, 2024
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This course, which is REQUIRED for initial certification, is an online course with that will provide an understanding and knowledge of the major legislation and litigation concerning the education of students with disabilities, including due process procedures, categories of eligibility and accommodations and modifications for students with disabilities.
Audience: Educators - Teachers needing to meet the HB 671 requirement
Class Time: Independent Study - Based on Assignment Due Dates. Once your registration is approved at all levels, the instructor will contact you via email with class instructions on how to access your assignments, course agenda, etc.
GaTAPP Candidates: Disregard payment notice, payment is included in your TAPP tuition
Personal Pay registrants must submit payment in order to begin assignments.
Books will be an additional Cost...not included in course tuition. Purchase your book prior to the first day of class, Order information for the book is listed below.
Book: Exceptional Learners, An Introduction to Special Education 13th Edition, Hallahan, Kauffman, Pullen@2015
Exceptional Learners: An Introduction to Special Education 13th Edition
Author: Daniel P. Hallahan
Independent Study - Based on Assignment Due Dates set by the instructor. The Exceptional Children course is facilitated online with no requirements for in-person meetings. This course is equivalent to 50 contact hours, or five Professional Learning Units. Upon registration and (payment if you are personal pay), candidates will receive an email from the instructor with instructions on how to access the course modules via canvas.
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