Implementing Interventions for Children
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This course provides students with a conceptual framework for designing curriculum that fosters the strengths and needs of children with exceptionalities. The importance of fostering development through a strengths-based approach is stressed as a variety of curriculum resources are explored. Students apply theory as they design, modify, adapt, and implement and evaluate appropriate learning experiences for children with exceptionalities in an early childhood setting. With the use of case studies, the course provides opportunities for students to analyze theories, exchange ideas, and practice skills with an applied approach.
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- Classes held on University of Guelph-Humber campus (Toronto).
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