2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
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2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

CS 324 - Special Education: Curriculum, Methods, and Materials I

This course is an interactive exploration of the nature of early childhood students within the full range of disabilities and special health care and cultural needs, and the effect of those disabilities and needs on learning and behavior. Opportunities will be provided for skill development in identifying strengths, planning, designing and adapting instruction and materials, collaborating with teachers and parents to prepare students with disabilities and special needs to attain their highest levels of academic achievement and independence in the inclusive setting. Students will explore the use of assistive and instructional technology in teaching and learning. This course includes the required NYS/NYC DOE curriculum in the Dignity for All Students ACT (DASA).

Prerequisite: CS 121  
Fieldwork: 35 hours Inclusive Setting, Preschool. 1 semester 3 credits.
Fall and Spring