Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course was a great introduction to working with students with disabilities and the assignments were actually really valuable and interesting rather than "busy work". The requirements include two exams based on types of disabilities and seven learning activities, which include reading novels, observing classrooms, interviewing parents and teachers etc.
I learned A LOT about the different types of disabilities as well as the laws related to special education. The learning activities allowed for some student choice and provided experiences that were actually worthwhile, rather than simply reading about it in a textbook or research article.
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Advice for students:
Complete all of the reading and really choose the learning experiences that work best for you and your specific areas of interest. Get the most out of them!