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GRADUATE COURSES - SPECIAL EDUCATION

SPED 524 ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION 3
Study of common abnormalities found in students which may be corrected or helped by proper exercise; considers extent and limitations of the teacher’s responsibility in this phase of education. Lecture and laboratory.
SPED 531 PSYCHOLOGY OF READING (OR PSYC 531) 3
Study of the psychological, perceptual, developmental, and physiological aspects of reading.
SPED 535 READING DIAGNOSIS AND REMEDIATION (OR EDUC 535)  3
The diagnosis of problems in reading and the exploration of remedial strategies and techniques.  Field experience required. Prerequisite: EDUC 360 or equivalent.
SPED 536 TEACHING STUDENTS WITH MILD DISABILITIES4
In-depth examination and implementation of effective teaching techniques for students with mild disabilities. There will be an emphasis on regular curriculum modifications and adaptations, and making accommodations following WAC, IDEA, 504, and ADA requirements.
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