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GRAD > SPE G > 684

Computers in Special Education

Universal Design for Learning is the model used for evaluating software and assessing school-specific and classroom-specific uses of technology to support the learning of students with special needs. The course focuses on curriculum applications of technology that can improve the learning opportunities for all students, especially those with special needs, and enhance their problem-solving capabilities, organization skills, and social competence. Attention is also given to adaptive computing technologies that help students compensate for visual, auditory, motor, and/or cognitive limitations.

Offered in:

2016 Summer

Section Class Number Weekly Schedule Time Instructor Location
01Z 2072 -
ON-LINE More Info
02Z 2073 - Vangorder,Doris ON-LINE More Info