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Successfully Teaching Students with Disabilities in Music

From the general music class, ensemble rehearsal, and the self-contained classroom we will explore ways to work with diverse learners. Sometimes these students thrive with classroom management techniques. At other times, we use Universal Design for Learning to provide ideas for teacher presentation, student responses, and motivation to engage our classes in musical development. A large number of disorders will be covered to include autism spectrum disorder, learning disabilities, emotional behavioral disorders, and gifted. As we watch, read, discuss, and simulate, participants will make connections to their schools.

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This course is offered for Iowa Teacher Relicensure credit through AEA.
Graduate credit will be issued through Western Illinois University.

Seminar fee for all participants: $90, download the form at: Western Illinois University.
1 Relicensure credit = $100, register and pay here.
Graduate credit is offered through WIU, see link above.

Instructor: Christine Lapka, Ed.D.
Session Number: 6644
Dates: 6/15/15, 6/16/15, 6/17/15
Time: 9:00 - 5:00 Location: Western Illinois Univ., Quad Cities Riverfront Campus, Room 1124


For more information, contact Betsy Justis at 1-563-344-6481, 1-800-947-2329 extension 6481, or email .

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