Effective Inclusion Practices for All Learners
Instructor Deborah Merriam
Course Number PRDV 73429
This course is designed to help teachers, administrators, school counselors, and additional support professionals to better understand the needs of both educators and students with regard effective, thoughtful, and research-based inclusion strategies. Through active discussions, exploration of current research, and reflective practice, participants will deepen their understanding of incorporating strategies supporting effective strategies for meeting the needs of ALL students in an inclusion setting. Research-based theoretical and practical applications of effective inclusion practices will be thoroughly explored and participants will develop a means to share what they have learned with others in their school community. Diverse learning needs, multicultural factors, current research, and best practices in educational settings PK – 12 will be explored.
This course meets for a total of 45 hours instructional contact hours with a minimum of 20 hours
focusing on instruction, best practices, and current research with regard to strategies for
effective inclusive practice for students with disabilities/diverse learning needs.
Framingham State University - 3 graduate credits
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