SPED 234 H - Disability and Society: Eliminating Myths and Preconceptions

WHAT IS DISABILITY AND SOCIETY?

Disability and Society is a class that covers the issues

which people with disabilities encounter as they go

through the life-span from birth to death. Factual

information is presented about each lifespan stage

through lectures, small group activities, and guest

presentations by people with disabilities and their

family members.

 

 

WHEN DOES IT MEET?

This class meets on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9:30 to 10:45 in the Honor’s Center in Model Hall.

 

 

WHY SHOULD YOU TAKE THIS CLASS?

SPED 234H will prepare you to live well in the 21st Century as you encounter diversity as expressed by people with disabilities who may be colleagues, employees, neighbors, or

members of the community. In addition to gaining valuable information, SPED 234H COUNTS FOR GENERAL EDUCATION CREDIT AND MEETS ONE OF YOUR DIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS!

North Dakota Center for Persons

with Disabilities

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