University of Vermont

The Center on Disability and Community Inclusion (CDCI)

Intensive Special Education Sequence

Upcoming ISE Courses
  Spring Semester 2015

EDSP 200: Contemporary Issues: Literacy for All Students

Instructors: Mary Ellen Seaver-Reid & Tammy Alexander 

Instructor's Emails: Mary-Ellen.Seaver-Reid@uvm.edu & Tammy.Alexander@uvm.edu

Course Description:

This course explores literacy skill acquisition as a lifelong process that is important for all students in order to achieve a high quality life. Traditionally, students with multiple disabilities have not had the same access to early literacy experiences and learning that their peers without disabilities have experienced. Through participation in this course, participants will learn about the research base for best practice in literacy learning including assessment and instruction for all students and strategies for overcoming the challenges students with multiple disabilities experience. Participants will explore strategies for adapting instruction, materials, and assistive technology options to design and implement literacy experiences/instruction for a student with multiple disabilities.

To register for this course follow this link: EDSP 200: Contemporary Issues: Literacy for All Students

These courses will run from January 16th until May 8rd, 2015

Please contact professors with any course related questions using the email addresses provided above. For sample syllabi for these and other ISE courses visit out ISE Courses page.

For question related to the Intensive Special Education course sequence or to be notified when new information (including course registration links) are added to this site please contact Brendan Donaghey at ISE@uvm.edu

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