Purdue EDPS 26500 - Syllabus (6 pages)

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Edps 26500 - The Inclusive Classroom
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Purdue University EDPS 265 The Inclusive Classroom Fall 2004 Instructor Sarah Templin stemplin purdue edu BRNG 5160 phone 494 7335 T A Christina VanY cvany purdue edu BRNG 5135 phone 494 0094 Syllabus Purpose This course provides pre service teachers with foundational knowledge and skills needed to be effective teachers of students identified to have exceptional needs or talents in K 12 general education settings The course is designed to support pre service teachers in addressing the following goals To understand disabilities and talents from a school as well as a personal perspective To acquire a general knowledge base about different disabilities and talents To understand the roles of general and special educators in providing services to students with identified disabilities and talents in collaboration with families and other professionals To learn strategies for creating inclusive learning environments that support all students and To learn strategies to differentiate instruction for all students Rationale The complex needs of today s diverse student population requires a collaborative effort by all educators both general and special to bring together the best from both traditions to support children and youth in particular those children and youths for whom learning is a challenge Pre service teachers will learn how to access special education and other services and collaborate with colleagues and families in order to deliver appropriate instruction to identified students Block II students will continue to develop their e portfolio throughout this semester The Philosophy Statement as required for the Recitation component of Block II is the artifact that has been chosen to represent Block II in this portfolio Failure to pass this artifact assignment or your TIP experience will result in failure of the entire Block Academic Honesty Purdue University expects the highest standards of academic integrity from students Students in Block II are expected to become



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