ED 4233 - Special Education Law and Ethics 3 F
Special educators are responsible for knowing the federal and state law that governs the supports and services for students with disabilities. In this course, students will analyze the law and develop and understanding of communication and collaboration, preparing for and conducting meetings, accommodations and modifications, IEP writing, and transition planning. This course will also cover the ethical and professional role of special educators including confidentiality, effective communication and writing skills, and self-reflection.
Prequisite: Admission into program