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MECA: Inclusive Music Education -Teaching Music to Children with Special Needs

Saturday, March 09, 2013

08:00 AM - 03:45 PM



This course will increase your knowledge of how to deliver appropriate, differentiated music instruction to students with a disability.

“I’m teaching a child with special needs. What does that mean?” This course will increase your knowledge of how to deliver appropriate, differentiated music instruction to students with a disability. Content will include an introduction to special education laws and terms, a basic overview of specific disabilities, and an explanation of the Individualized Education Program (IEP) and how music educators can be a part of that process. Examples and strategies will shed light on how to collaborate with special education teachers and paraprofessionals, classroom and behavior management for the inclusive classroom, and most importantly, practical examples of how to accommodate and modify music instruction for students with disabilities in the inclusive classroom. Teacher-directed presentations, teacher modeling, journaling, small and large-group discussions, student presentations, and group activities will all be used throughout this course.

 

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