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CHAD 339 - Exceptional Children and Adolescents

Examines the developmental trajectories of exceptional children and adolescents in the contexts of the family, school, and community. Focuses on disabling conditions and diversity in young people including the causes and characteristics of physical and mental disabilities and giftedness, the identification of individuals as exceptional, and interventions provided for these individuals. Includes an examination of discrimination and the efforts undertaken to protect the rights of exceptional children and adolescents. Prerequisite: PSYC 331 or 349 with a grade of a C (2.0) or better. Class Notes: ----------------------------------------Fully In-Person Instruction-You will meet during the times posted on the class schedule in a classroom on campus. There is no remote online participation option in this course format.-Class will operate according to spacing, health and safety guidelines and may revert to virtual mode at any point in the semester if health and safety conditions warrant. ----------------------------------------.
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