PSY 251: Education of Exceptional Children
This course presents an overview of the major categories of exceptionality. Methods for identifying and working with children in child care, recreational and educational settings are explored. Working with an interdisciplinary team and partnering with parents is a major focus. A working knowledge of resources, a comfort level for working with exceptional children and their families, and exploring the roles of professionals who work with exceptional populations are stressed.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; CCP 101, PSY 100, PSY 200, PSY 206 or HSC 147, minimum grade "C"
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