Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Mrs. Justice does an amazing job of presenting the challenges that face children with disabilities and the teachers and families who support them. Her teaching style enables understanding while also demanding a high level of personal responsibility to learn and to apply what we have learned. I went into this class with little expectation (Special Education is not my major): I will be leaving this class as a changed person. I am excited and eager to apply what I have learned. I am even considering adding a Special Education emphasis to my major. Thank you Mrs. Justice. Your class was a life-saver!
Mrs. Justice did a great job throughout. However, one of my favorite portions (thus far) was when she had us what the F.A. T. City Workshop. The things I learned in that workshop changed my whole world. While watching, I realized that my oldest son may have been suffering from Learning Disabilities, and I had never "seen" that before. We are now in the process of completing his testing so that we can help him to succeed.
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Advice for students:
Make sure you have at least one (or even 2) days available to complete your classroom observations. This class comes with a mandatory lab and you will be required to complete at least 20 hours of observations in a special education classroom.