AEP 827 - Classroom Inclusivity in Education

This course is designed to help instructors meet the goal of having an inclusive classroom. Although all students are unique, there are categories of students that require special effort and focus by the teacher to include them. Federal laws have identified and labeled specific categories of students who are to receive specific accommodations and types of instruction. There are additional categories identified at the state government level and some district levels that instructors are required to recognize and accommodate. These considerations are important for the students’ educational experience, but they are also important for the teacher to comply with because the requirements carry the weight of law. In addition, this course provides guidance in ways to promote an inclusive classroom atmosphere and to help students develop skills in studying and test taking.

Credit hours: 3

Eligibility: Graduate Standing
Last updated: 05/23/2022