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A general guide to Education research for the Rosemont College community.

Welcome

Welcome to EDU 0380: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF EDUCATING GIFTED STUDENTS AND STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES.

This course will build on the learnings acquired in the Special Education foundation course described above. The various disabilities will be covered in greater detail with heavy emphasis on accommodating instruction and the classroom environment to the needs of disabled students. A significant portion of the course will also be devoted to strategies for providing appropriate enrichment in the regular classroom to students identified as gifted and talented. Prerequisites: limited to Education majors; EDU-0201 and EDU-0280.

Required Text

Teaching Students Who are Exceptional, Diverse, and At Risk in the General Education Classroom, plus MyLab Education with Pearson eText -- Access Card Package

* Note, this book must be purchased new.

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Featured Education Resources

These terms may be helpful as you explore topics for your course assignments:

Encyclopedias, handbooks, dictionaries and other reference books can be a great place to start your research. They will

  • Give you the background information you need to start researching unfamiliar concepts
  • Help you to narrow your topic down to a manageable research question
  • Provide fast, reliable sources for definitions, facts, and statistics.

Looking for specific articles on a topic? Visit our Electronic Databases page and search the resources listed there.

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