This independent study course is designed to offer practical methods teachers can use in their classrooms to ensure the most student success.
Learning disabilities can vary with each student, so this course offers many solutions for teachers to use for learners with learning disabilities. This course will give teachers step-by-step instruction on how to teach students with disabilities such as cognitive or memory deficits, social-emotional problems, and dyslexia. Teachers will walk away from the course with an invaluable set of tools to help them create a positive classroom environment and promote a sense of belonging for all learners.
In this course, class participants will:
- Create and develop your own teaching strategies and provide examples to implement in the classroom
- Define what a disability is and identify the various types of disabilities seen in the classroom
- Develop ways to nurture IEP learning in the classroom
- Reflect on current IEP strategies used in the classroom and understand how to modify those strategies to create stronger learning environments
- Develop techniques to teach to all learning modalities
- Learn how to establish interactive and safe environments for various learning abilities
- Acquire skills beneficial not only for your students, but for yourself as an educator as well
- Use strategies to help students develop independent study habits for future application