New Online Course for Professionals Begins
Registration is now open for new course focused on Cerebro-Diversity: Serving Students Who Learn Differently. Graduate credits available.
This course in Cerebro-Diversity: Serving Students Who Learn Differently provides core understanding of learning theories, frameworks, and best practices for working effectively with students who learn differently. Participants will explore definitions, research, historical trends, and legal mandates related to learning disabilities, including dyslexia and dyscalculia; Attention Deficit Disorder; and Autism Spectrum Disorder. It is designed to deepen understanding of innovative practices as guided by Universal Design and emerging educational technologies. Students will explore how these approaches can be applied and adapted to provide optimal learning for students. As a culminating project, participants will apply course learning to creating student profiles and learning plans.
This course is part of the Universal Design: Technology Integration Certificate Program and can also serve as a 3-credit elective in many graduate programs. Click here to preview the syllabus or apply now.