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Disability in Community: Access, Accommodation, and Adaptation

Examines the concept of disability in a variety of community settings. Drawing on classic and contemporary readings in psychology, sociology and special education, the course will couple conceptual and historical understanding of disability with first-hand service-learning experiences in the community. Students will develop a plan in several phases that encompasses principles of Universal Design for Living/Learning (UDL) to study and participate in community-based activities.

Spring 2022

5 reviews
Average rating: 4.40

Past Semesters

1 review
Average rating: 5.00

Average GPA: 3.30 between 362 students

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