Introduction to Exceptional Children - CHD 210 at Reynolds Community College


         
 
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CHD 210 - Introduction to Exceptional Children
Reviews the history of and legal requirements for providing intervention and educational services for young children with special needs. Studies the characteristics of children with a diverse array of needs and developmental abilities. Explores concepts of early intervention, inclusion, guiding behavior and adapting environments to meet children's needs.
Lecture 3 hours per week.
3 credits

Schedule at Reynolds Community College

Class # Section Credits Day Time Start Location Mode
21008 CHD 210-OA01 3
SuMTuWThFSa
3:36 a.m.-3:37 a.m.
2021-08-23 Virtual WW
Section OA01: Click on the Canvas tile when you log into MyReynolds to access your online courses. For information on Online Learning go to http://www.reynolds.edu/get_started/reynolds-online/default.aspx. New Online students must complete the free Orientation to Online Learning, prior to the start of classes.
Class # Section Credits Day Time Start Location Mode
48637 CHD 210-81DT 3
  Tu    
6:00 p.m.-8:55 p.m.
2022-01-10 Downtown Campus P
Section 81DT: This section does satisfy the veteran residency requirement. FLEX course, this section will meet on-campus for the duration of the semester; this section has students enrolled in a LIVE section of this course attending through video.
48633 CHD 210-LO81 3
  Tu    
6:00 p.m.-8:55 p.m.
2022-01-10 VIRTUAL-Real Time WW
Section LO81: This section does not satisfy the veteran residency requirement. FLEX course, this section requires attendance in a Live Virtual Zoom lecture at a specified time, with the instructor and face-to-face students attending in a classroom.
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