Graduate Courses

EDUC 540: inclusion

This course will prepare participants to balance the ever-increasing responsibilities of educating a continually changing, diverse learning population. Particular emphasis will be placed on inclusion of various special needs students; including those with physical, emotional, mental and social differences. Teachers will develop the investigative, decision-making and reflective teaching skills needed to work with all diverse learners. We will experientially work on increasing engagement and student achievement. The role of assessment and evaluation will also be included. This experiential course will challenge participants physically, socially, mentally and emotionally.

  • 3 Neumann University graduate credits
  • Priority given to those enrolled in Masters degree program
Location: Franklin Commons; Phoenixville, PA

Dates: May 6, 7, 20, 21, 2017


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