Educational Programming for Elementary Students with Learning and Behavior Disorders

This course emphasizes educational programming in academic areas of reading, writing, language, and math for elementary students experiencing learning and behavior problems. Course content activities will include reviewing skill sequences, analyzing evaluation data, writing academic objectives for IEPs, constructing lesson plans, utilizing alternative teaching strategies, and planning effective management of classroom time, space, and instruction. This course will also prepare students to interact with parents, conduct successful parent conferences, and design appropriate interventions for parents to implement at home. Prerequisites: EDU 315 and admission to the Education program. Field Experience required.

Grade Basis: Letter Grade
Credit hours: 3
Lecture hours: 3


  • EDU 315 - The Exceptional Child and Legal Aspects of Special Education


  • Must have admission to the Education program.
  • Field Experience required.

Last updated: 06/28/2021