EDSN 525: Teaching the Exceptional Child in the Regular Classroom with OJ Logue


    EDSN 525  Teaching the Exceptional Child in the Regular Classroom- with OJ Logue



Educators are often unprepared to work with students with exceptional needs. Teaching the Exceptional Child in the Regular Classroom prepares general educators and educational technicians to teach students with special needs in the inclusive classroom. It is an overview of special education, characteristics of individuals with disabilities, individualized educational plans (IEPs), functional behavior assessment, practical teaching strategies, and special education law and process.

This course fulfills a State of Maine requirement for teacher and administrator certification.


  • Participate collaboratively in the special education process with students, colleagues, specialists, administrators, and students’ parents/guardians/advocates.
  • Demonstrate competencies in teaching exceptional students in the inclusive classroom.
  • Understand special education law—IDEA, and how Chapter 504, No Child Left Behind, and Response to Intervention apply to special education.
  • Utilize professional resources including: The Council for Exceptional Children and Special Education Resources for General Educators (SERGE).


Exceptional Lives: Special Education in Today’s Schools Plus MyEducationLab with Pearson eText — Access Card Package (7th Edition). Ann Turnbull, H. Rutherford Turnbull, Michael Wehmeyer & Karrie Shogren. (Pearson Publisher)

Upon Registration: Students please contact instructor directly at ojlogue@gmail.com on how to obtain e-text and access code for course. DO NOT PURCHASE BOOK ON AMAZON.

To Register, click here.