This course examines teaching strategies and techniques for early childhood, elementary education, middle school, and high school. Students will conduct an in-depth study of behavior theory and practical applications in the classroom environment. Students will learn to promote learning environments where students can set goals and accept responsibility for their own learning. Modification and accommodations will be researched at each level discussing the best approaches depending upon the developmental age of the child. Alignment with the regular education curriculum includes a review of the Grade Level Expectations and the Grade Span Expectations. Students will leave this class with a good understanding of the progression and development of students with disabilities K-12 personally, socially, physically and academically.