This course is a study of special education procedures; selecting and delivering services on various models (inclusion, itinerant, resource, and self-contained); planning and roles of various service delivery personnel; the writing of the IFSP, IEP, ITP, and other record keeping and reporting; selecting and utilizing related services; the role and function of the ARC;collaborating with faculty, related service specialists, other specialists, and parents. (Ten hours of Field/Clinical hours are required.) Corequisite with SPED 233 for all other SPED courses. Recommended to be taken fall of the Sophomore year for special education majors or those choosing a special education emphasis. Credit, 3 hours. Offered Fall and Spring semester.