ECE 270C
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This course will broaden students’ awareness of the theoretical and legal foundations for programs serving young children (infancy through age eight) with a wide range of special educational needs. Students will examine the causes, symptoms, social consequences and behavior characteristics of children with exceptionalities. Students will learn how to develop curriculum modification/accommodation strategies in all domains of development in an inclusive classroom setting or other natural environment. Emphasis will be on education for children and their families. Students will work with and observe a child and family to develop an understanding of their needs and develop a resource file of state, local and national supports. Service Learning is a component of this course. (Prerequisite: ECE 101C)