(V) Learning Disabilities: Practical Information for the Classroom Teacher

Course number : DEV1 E817   
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ClassGraphic This course describes diverse theoretical approaches to handling learning disabilities in the classroom. Taught by Dr. Bob Pillay, it lays the foundation for sensitive, appropriate assessment and evaluation of students. In addition, this course covers program planning and implementation, stresses the importance of a close, positive partnership with parents or alternative caregivers, and explores methods for ensuring that the home-school axis is effective and meaningful. Major trends and unresolved issues in the field of learning disabilities are also discussed. Students must complete the course within 12 months of registration date to obtain CEUs.

 

 

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CEUs : 4

Start Date:upon registration

 

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Please read:  This course is offered in partnership with Virtual Education Software, Inc. (VESi) and is taught by qualified VESi instructors. Learn more about VESi at http://www.virtualeduc.com/index.php. You will receive online course access information directly from VESi within 1 to 2 business days. If you have questions about accessing the course or have any technical questions, please contact VESi directly at info@virtualeduc.com or (800) 313-6744. System Requirements: • These computer-based courses are designed to be run online from a reliable high-speed internet connection. • Operating system 9.2, OS10.x, OS X 10.5 Leopard or Windows XP or newer • A color monitor, min. 10" • 1 GB of RAM, 5MB of hard disk space • A printer attached to your computer Students must complete the course within 12 months of registration date to obtain CEUs. Upon successful completion of this course, 4 CEUs will be awarded. It is the responsibility of each participant to obtain appropriate approvals for application of CEUs for professional credit. CEU Information One CEU = 10 contact hours of participation in organized continuing education/training experience under responsible, qualified direction and instruction (definition of the International Association for Continuing Education and Training – IACET) Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are based on the number of sixty-minute contact hours for a course or program. (Example: If a course or program meets ten contact hours, one CEU will be awarded.) To receive CEUs, a participant must be present for the entire course or program Earned CEUs may be useful in maintaining certification or licensure. They may also document continuing professional education for an employer, association, or credentialing agency. Cal Poly Extended Education maintains a record of the CEUs participants have earned through programs and courses approved for CEUs. CEUs are for non-credit courses or programs. They cannot be converted to quarter or semester hour credit and they cannot be applied to degree programs. CEUs will not be awarded retroactively. Registration for CEUs must occur at the time of the program.

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$299.00


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