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EDUC 230 INTRODUCTION TO EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN - WRAP-UP You should know, comprehend, and be able to apply, analyze and synthesize the following in your classroom/profession (if you choose to): 1. What special education is and what it is not, the challenges of special education, the interventions in special education, etc….The categories of exceptional children, the domains of learning, learning hierarchies, disability versus a handicap, People/Identity First language, etc….. 2. Prevalence and other statistics, advantages and disadvantages of labeling, etc. 3. All about the history and treatment of persons with disabilities throughout history and the litigation and important court cases related to the evolution of special education 4. IDEA categories of disability per IDEA, categorical versus non-categorical funding PARC, principles of I.D.E.A., related services, the continuum of services, Section 504, ADA, etc………………………………………………….
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