ELCC 222 - Exceptional Children
Students consider the exceptional child, first with respect to the child’s basic needs as an individual and, second, as the exceptionality influences his/her development and behaviour. Exceptionality is considered within the context of the family. Attention is focused on the most inclusive environment in which the child's personal and educational needs can be met. This course is an introduction to exceptionality and is not intended to train specialists in the field.
PREREQUISITES: Completion of first year of ELCC Program or permission of the instructor.