Learning Disabilities I - DEA 15139

DEA 15139 15 hours

Upcoming Classes

Explores the existence and identification of learning disabilities. This overview includes etiology, prevalent characteristics and case studies. The course will also present some general strategies to assist students with learning disabilities.

Objectives

  • To provide practical knowledge about working with students with learning disabilities

Outcomes

  • Knowledge about the existence and identification of learning disabilities
  • Knowledge about etiology, prevalent characteristics and various case studies
  • Understanding of general strategies for assisting students with learning disabilities
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Upcoming Classes

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DEA 15139 1801 Learning Disabilities I Instructor: Deborah Wellman
Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu/Fri -
to (5 classes)
Room: 1AN03B
$170

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