One full year - One credit - HONORS
Students may be eligible to earn 3 credits from The College of St. Rose
This course is for juniors or seniors who have an interest in working with special needs children. Students will be required to complete a minimum of 25 hours participating in field visits to local agencies or educational settings that meet the needs of this population. Public policy, as it relates to special needs children, will be examined. Attention will be given to agencies and organizations who service special needs children and their families. Specific areas to be studied are hearing and vision impairments, speech, orthopedic, health, emotional and learning disabilities, mental retardation, and severe disabilities. Researching career opportunities in the special education field is also part of the course. Food labs are also a practical way to apply the information learned.
|Topics To Be Covered In
|Possible Field Experience Placements
contacts | fashion |
housing | individuals with exceptionalities
| child psychology |
creative activities | early childhood education | child family and personal health |
child development seminar
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