Education | Early Childhood Special Education: Appropriate Learning Experiences for All Young Children
K549 | 5159 | Buzzelli


The focus of this course is on how to plan appropriate learning
experiences for all young children (birth through age 8). We will
examine what developmentally appropriate practices mean for children
with special needs, and how to design curricula to meet the needs of
individual children.  The course will be a combination of class
discussions, hands-on learning activities, and in-class group
projects.  This 3 credit hour course is part of the curriculum for
teachers seeking the Indiana certification in Early Childhood Special
Education.

The course will be offered over a two-way interactive television
network.  It will originate in Bloomington and sent to IUPUI, and the
University of Southern Indiana in Evansville.  It will be offered as
a workshop daily from June 23 through July 3, 9:00 am-1:30 pm.
Students may register at their local IU campus. Students wanting to
take the course at USI in Evansville should register by contacting
the instructor, Dr. Cary A. Buzzelli at (812) 856-8184, or
(cbuzzell@indiana.edu), or W.W.Wright Education Bldg. 201 N. Rose
Avenue, Bloomington, IN, 47405-1006.