Common Core Instruction with Special Needs Learners

Course Number: EDUC X420.A


4 units

This in-depth course explores how teachers can assure that students with learning disabilities have access to the core curriculum and the same opportunities to succeed as typical learners. You will understand how learning disabilities manifest themselves and learn approaches such as:

  • multi-dimensional instruction
  • backwards planning
  • study skills methods
  • structured peer interaction.

You will also cover aspects of the Universal Design for Learning that benefits all students, regardless of their preferred learning style.

Available Sections

Starting Jul 10


Starting Jul 10 171EDE005

Course Fees

$545 Early Bird Discount ends on Jul 4
$595 after Jul 4


Annika White [ bio ]

close [x] Annika K. White, M.A., Special Education, Mild/Moderate Special Educational Teacher, Jurupa Unified School District, and Mentor Teacher and Reflective Coach, UCR Graduate School of Education, has more than 15 years of experience teaching a self-contained special education class.


Jul 10 - Aug 27, 2017


Online Course Moodle

Section Notes:

Special Refund Policy "A" applies.


"Inclusive Instruction: Evidence-based Practices for Teaching Students with Disabilities."
Brownell, Mary T.
ISBN: 9781462503889


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