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Seminar: Meeting Individual Needs

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This seminar gives students the opportunity to investigate current professional literature and integrate content from multiple courses and field experiences focused on meeting a  wide variety of individual needs in early childhood environments. Student-led discussions will focus on applying principles of universal design, inclusion, and developmentally appropriate accommodations for children with disabilities and delays. Students will be introduced to Individualized Education Programs and will practice developing appropriate goals and objectives for children. Prerequisites: PSY-210 or  PSY-310, PSY-312, CD-234, CD-334. Prerequisite or corequisite: CD-340. Corequisite: BK-341.

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