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EDUO 9400: The Inclusive Classroom

Course Overview Experts agree that for the successful inclusion of students with special needs into the general education classroom, a collaborative partnership ...

  • Semester Credits/Units: 1
  • USD $149
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EDUO 9401: Seeing Asperger and/or Autism From A New Perspective

There are many books out now with characters who present with qualities of Asperger or High-Functioning Autistic like behaviors. Mark Haddon’s, The Curious Inciden ...

  • Semester Credits/Units: 1
  • USD $149
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EDUO 9403: Special Education – Discipline

Course Overview Students with disabilities are subject to specific legal discipline procedures that do not apply to all students campus-wide. There are steps that ...

  • Semester Credits/Units: 2
  • USD $289
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EDUO 9406: Neurodiversity in the Classroom

Course Overview Welcome to EDUO 9406 Neurodiversity in the Classroom. This class was created by Dominican University of California in conjunction with Educational ...

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EDUO 9407: The Talents of the Learning Disabled

Course Overview Welcome to EDUO 9407 The Talents of the Learning Disabled. This class was created by Dominican University of California in conjunction with ...

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EDUO 9408: The Joys of ADHD

Course Overview Welcome to EDUO 9408 The Joys of ADHD. This class was created by Dominican University of California in conjunction with Educational Development and ...

  • Semester Credits/Units: 1
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EDUO 9409: The Gifts of Autism

Course Overview Welcome to EDUO 9409 The Gifts of Autism. This class was created by Dominican University of California in conjunction with Educational Development ...

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EDUO 9410: The Strengths of Intellectually Disabled

Course Overview Welcome to EDUO 9410 The Strengths of the Intellectually Disabled. This class was created by Dominican University of California in conjunction with ...

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EDUO 9411: The Bright Side of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders

Course Overview Welcome to EDUO 9411 The Bright Side of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders. This class was created by Dominican University of California in ...

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EDUO 9415: Using Technology to Foster Independence in the Special Education Student

Learn technology-based strategies to foster independence in the special education student. Discover how to easily implement an abundance of free technology resources ...

  • Semester Credits/Units: 2
  • USD $298
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EDUO 9416: Maximizing Paraprofessionals in the Inclusive Classroom

Learn how to maximize the use of Paraprofessionals in the inclusive classroom. Create opportunities for them to be a true asset to teachers, students, and their ...

  • Semester Credits/Units: 2
  • USD $298
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EDUO 9417: Advance to IEP Pro

Learn how to carefully read, interpret and contribute meaningfully to an IEP to ensure accommodations and modifications based on student needs are in place. ...

  • Semester Credits/Units: 2
  • USD $298
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EDUO 9418: Creating a Dyslexia Friendly Classroom

Develop an understanding of characteristics and what teachers need to know about Dyslexia.Learn approaches to design lessons around structured literacy, mathematics ...

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EDUO 9821: Success for Everyone – UDL Readiness

Course Description: This course will introduce the participant to the major principles and components of Universal Design Learning theories and methods. The course ...

  • Semester Credits/Units: 3
  • USD $447
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Special Education is truly that. Working with special kids and including them as equals. At Dominican University of California our Online Special Education Courses for Teachers are geared toward learning how to honor diversity in the classroom and embrace neurodiverse students who learn, think, and behave differently. Our goal is to help teachers better understand the unique needs of the students in their classrooms.

Neurodiversity in the Classroom

Neurodiversity in the Classroom was created in conjunction with Educational Development and Services as part of a six course series entitled Strength-Based Teaching and Learning. Diversity in education also applies to neurodiversity and special needs such as autism. Just as we celebrate diversity in cultures, so too do we need to honor the diversity of students who learn, think and behave differently. Strength-based strategies are needed to help students with special needs. Autism is just one example, but it is one of the most common, impacting 1 in every 68 children in the United States. Just as we celebrate diversity in nature and cultures, so too do we need to honor the diversity of students who learn, think, and behave differently. This certificate program series is designed to help teachers and schools embrace the strengths of such neurodiverse students in order to help them thrive in school and beyond. The content learned in the class, Neurodiversity in the Classroom, will afford you the knowledge necessary to create strength-based classrooms and schools where students with disabilities flourish alongside their typically developing peers. By meeting the requirements of this class, participating teachers will earn one semester unit of graduate level extension credit from Dominican University of California, a fully accredited university. We focus on the talents of the learning disabled. That means the embrace of ADHD, autism and the joy it can bring, the strengths of intellectually disabled students and the bright sides of emotional behavior disorders.

The Inclusive Classroom

An inclusive classroom means treating all students equally. We will help you organize a plan to do this. For teachers, inclusion can be done by reflecting on what impact their own culture has on their instruction and how they approach educating students with vastly different backgrounds. An inclusive classroom requires recognizing stereotypes and prejudice and a focus on incorporation and integration. Putting emotional needs first is paramount to success. To accomplish this, schools and teachers need to provide a welcoming experience for all students, not just those who struggle, so that effective classroom strategies can be successfully employed. The successful inclusion of students with special needs into the general education classroom is tough, but absolutely possible. It requires a collaborative partnership. It should be formed between the regular classroom teacher and the special education teacher. Extensive and ongoing planning are required. Planning means taking the first steps, along with teacher colleagues, to complete an inclusion plan that will enhance your educational program and add to your knowledge and skills. As a part of the teacher/student process you will collaborate with colleagues and parents to adapt the physical and instructional environment. You will review classroom management techniques and learn how to find new resources and develop relevant assessment tools. Students with disabilities are also subject to specific legal discipline procedures that do not apply to all students campus-wide. There are steps that must be taken when dealing with students with disabilities. We will teach you how to understand the laws that pertain to your state through this certificate program.

Online Special Education Courses

Online special education courses provide the professional teacher with new passion and new skills. Courses align to the standards for the general education teacher, the special education teacher and students who have special needs. Learn to view Asperger and Autism from a new perspective. Learn more about how students with disabilities are subject to specific legal discipline procedures that do not apply to all students campus-wide. There are steps that must be taken when dealing with students with disabilities and how the law applies. Our special education courses will introduce the participant to the major principles and components of Universal Design Learning theories and methods. The course culmination will be creating a UDL unit plan geared toward building success for every student. Other effective special education teaching strategies are just a few clicks away.