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M.Ed.Special and Inclusive Education (SIE): EDUSIE5 - Inclusive Pedagogy

Course Description

This course will focus on specialized teaching, learning, and support for learners with high incidence disabilities in inclusive settings. Students will develop a comprehensive knowledgebase of Individualized Education Programs and the roles of the general and special educators. Through research and evaluation of current research, students will encompass a detailed body of knowledge regarding least restrictive environments. Throughout the course, students will explain and critique various accommodations, modifications, and instructional methods, as well as, problem-solve to plan, develop, and execute effective instructional materials and methods for students with high incidence disabilities in inclusive settings.



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Farghaly, W. M. A., Ahmed, M. A., El-Tallawy, H. N., Elmestikawy, T. A. H., Badry, R., Farghaly, M. S. H., Omar, M. S., Hussein, A. S. R., Salamah, M., & Mohammed, A. T. (2018). Construction of an Arabic computerized battery for cognitive rehabilitation of children with specific learning disabilities. Neuropsychiatric Disease & Treatment, 14, 2123-2131.

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