This course will prepare 21st century teacher education candidates in all disciplines and grade levels to create inclusive learning communities for all students. 21st century teacher education candidates will recognize and accommodate the individual needs of students from differing abilities, backgrounds, and cultures. The course will inform teacher education candidates of the legal requirements and issues, evaluation procedures, individualized instruction, assessment, and strategies for including students with disabilities and from diverse backgrounds in inclusive education environments, with an emphasis on Universal Design for Learning, self-determination, and assessing student progress. A grade of â€œCâ€ (2.0) or higher must be earned. Forty (40) hours of field experiences are required. Prerequisites: CI 2300, FDN 2400, PSY 3010, and admission to teacher education.