Exceptional Learners (EPSE 390.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
EPSE 390 86 January 2017 Pei-Ying Lin (primary instructor)
EPSE 390 E56 January 2017 Wayne Dyck (primary instructor)
EPSE 390 E58 January 2017 Wayne Dyck (primary instructor)
EPSE 390 G80 January 2017
EPSE 390 G84 January 2017
EPSE 390 G86 January 2017
EPSE 390 W02 January 2017 David Mykota (primary instructor)
EPSE 390 W04 January 2017 David Mykota (primary instructor)
EPSE 390 W06 January 2017 David Mykota (primary instructor)
EPSE 390 W08 January 2017 David Mykota (primary instructor)
 
EPSE 390 11 September 2016 Deborah Cooke (primary instructor)
EPSE 390 13 September 2016 Wayne Dyck (primary instructor)
EPSE 390 15 September 2016 Simon McCrea (primary instructor)
 
EPSE 390 02 July 2016 Deborah Cooke (primary instructor)
 
EPSE 390 W01 May 2016 Pei-Ying Lin (primary instructor)
EPSE 390 W05 May 2016 David Mykota (primary instructor)
 
EPSE 390 02 January 2016 Deborah Cooke (primary instructor)
EPSE 390 86 January 2016 Pei-Ying Lin (primary instructor)
EPSE 390 E56 January 2016 Wayne Dyck (primary instructor)
EPSE 390 G68 January 2016 Sharon Mitchell (primary instructor)
EPSE 390 G80 January 2016 Deborah Cooke (primary instructor)
EPSE 390 G84 January 2016 Philip Racette (primary instructor)
EPSE 390 W02 January 2016 David Mykota (primary instructor)
EPSE 390 W04 January 2016 David Mykota (primary instructor)
EPSE 390 W06 January 2016 David Mykota (primary instructor)

Description

Introduces students to the concept of exceptionality as it reflects the special needs of individuals for whom they will be responsible in their classrooms, schools, and communities. The philosophy of inclusion will be emphasized. Students will learn how to identify and provide appropriate learning opportunities for children with special needs and ensure that they receive additional services to which they are entitled by the Saskatchewan Education Act and current Regulations. Students will become sensitive to cultural differences, the need to work with families and the importance of early intervention to prevent or ameliorate disability. This course addresses three of the six semester hours required by the Saskatchewan Professional Teachers Regulatory Board (SPTRB) related to Educational Psychology content for teacher certification.

Formerly

EDEXC 390.

Prerequisite(s) or Corequisite(s)

EPSE 258, EDUC 302, or EPSE 302 or departmental approval.

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