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EEX - Edu: Exceptional Child

EEX 2010
Introduction to Exceptional Learners

(Offered fall, spring, and summer). EEX2010 is a foundation course exploring the primary categories of exceptional students and the techniques, strategies, and best practices employed in the classroom. Emphasis will be on etiology, terminology, classification, prevalence, the history and philosophy of exceptional learner education, educational strategies and approaches, legal and medical implications, and the educational, personal, and social growth of exceptional learners. The overall goal is to introduce the techniques in identifying and understanding the needs of exceptional learners.

Credit hours: 3Lecture hours: 3
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