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Course Number: lRNRE 30
Introduction to Tutoring
Units: 1
Class: 1 hour lecture (GR/PNP)
Description: Introduction to methods of effective tutoring: Responsibilities, questioning and modeling techniques, learning style and strategies study skills and strategies, leading small group sessions, cultural awareness, and tutoring in specific subject areas. 0802.00

 

Course Number: lRNRE 31
Advanced Tutor Training
Units: 1
Class: 1 hour lecture (GR/PNP)
Description: Methods of effective tutoring: Questioning and modeling techniques, learning styles and strategies, study skills and strategies, leading small group sessions, cultural awareness, tutoring in specific subject areas and problem solving. 0802.00

 

Course Number: lRNRE 48NA-TZ
Selected Topics in Learning Resources
Units: .5-5
Class: 0-5 hours lecture, 0-15 hours laboratory (GR or P/NP)
Acceptable for credit: CSU
Description: See section on Selected Topics. 4930.00

 

Course Number: lRNRE 211
Computer Access
Units: 3
Class: 2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory (GR or P/NP)
Recommended for students with disabilities.
No prior computer experience necessary.
Formerly offered as Lrnre 271A-B.
Course study under this section may be repeated as necessary per Title 5, Section 56029.
Description: Word processing for individuals with visual, physical, or learning disabilities: Creating business letters, resumes, reports, and flyers using adaptive programs as appropriate, and use of screen-reading software to assist in editing and proofreading written work; introductory Internet skills, including e-mail, basic research, and locating resources on the web; and introduction to presentation software.  4930.30
AA/AS area 4c

 

Course Number: lRNRE 213A
Improving Cognitive Skills
Units: 1-3
Class: 2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory (GR or P/NP)
Open-entry/open-exit course
Recommended for students with acquired brain injuries and/or learning disabilities.
Formerly offered as Lrnre 270A.
Course study under this section may be repeated two times for a maximum of 3 units.
Description:Computer-assisted instruction designed for individuals with learning disabilities or acquired brain injuries utilizing material appropriate for all learners: Improving learning skills by analyzing how learning takes place and investigating individual learning styles; focus on cognitive skills such as attention, memory, sequencing, and pattern identification; investigation of brain-based learning theory.  4930.32

 

Course Number: lRNRE 213B
Improving Cognitive Skills
Units: 1-3
Class: 2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory (GR or P/NP)
Open-entry/open-exit course
Recommended for students with acquired brain injuries and/or learning disabilities.
Formerly offered as Lrnre 270B.
Course study under this section may be repeated two times for a maximum of 3 units.
Description:Computer-assisted instruction designed for individuals with learning disabilities or acquired brain injuries utilizing material appropriate for all learners: Improving learning skills by analyzing how learning takes place and investigating individual learning styles; focus on logical reasoning and strategies for critical thinking, problem solving, and information management with emphasis on application of new skills in school and job-based environments utilizing the Internet. 4930.32

 

Course Number: lRNRE 214
Adaptive Technology for Web Page Design
Units: 1
Class: 1 hour lecture, 1 hour laboratory (P/NP)
Recommended for students with physical and developmental disabilities; adaptive equipment available
Description: Utilization of Microsoft FrontPage for the development of simple web and intermediate websites using adaptive technology: Obtaining free web space to upload the website, and marketing and listing it with search engines.  4930.30

 

Course Number: lRNRE 248NA-TZ
Selected Topics in Learning Resources
Units: .5-5
Class: 0-5 hours lecture, 0-15 hours laboratory (GR or P/NP)
Description: See section on Selected Topics. 4930.00

 

Course Number: lRNRE 272
Computer Access Projects
Units: .5-2
Class: 1.5-6 hours laboratory (P/NP)
Open-entry/open-exit course
Recommended for students with disabilities. Enroll through Programs and Services for Students with Disabilities.
Non-degree applicable.
Course study under this section may be repeated as necessary per Title 5, Sec 56029.
Description: Introduction to assistive software: Use of screen-reading, image-enlargement, speech-recognition, scan/read or other software appropriate to the student’s disability; application of assistive software to complete assignments for mainstream courses.  4930.30

 

Course Number: lRNRE 280
Study Skills
Units: .5-3
Class: 0-3 hours lecture, 0-9 hours laboratory (P/NP)
Open-entry/open-exit course
Non-degree applicable
Course study under this section may be repeated two times for a maximum of 9 units. Students with learning disabilities may exceed repeat limits with prior Disabled Students Programs and Services Counselor approval.
Description:Systematic approach to understanding principles of learning for all academic disciplines: Effective study techniques to give confidence in coping with the college environment; psychological awareness and self-esteem.  4930.14

 

Course Number: lRNRE 295
Diagnostic Learning
Units: 1
Class: 1 hour lecture (GR or P/NP)
Modular course
Recommended for students with learning disabilities.
Referral by a DSPS Counselor is recommended.
Non-degree applicable
Individual assessment of learning strengths and weaknesses to determine eligibility for services as a learning disabled adult and development of an Individualized Education Plan (IEP): Mandated tests (Woodcock-Johnson Psychoeducational Battery, Parts I and II, and/or Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, Revised, together with Wide Range Achievement Test); samples of reading, writing/spelling, and mathematics; and additional tests as required.  4930.32

 

Course Number: lRNRE 295B
Diagnostic Learning
Units: 1
Class: 1 hour lecture (GR or P/NP)
Modular course
Recommended for students with learning disabilities.
Referral by a DSPS Counselor is recommended.
Non-degree applicable
Description: Individual assessment of learning strengths and weaknesses to determine eligibility for services as a learning disabled adult and development of an Individualized Education Plan (IEP): Diagnosticallyoriented work in targeted academic skills areas.  4930.32

 

Course Number: lRNRE 295C
Diagnostic Learning
Units: 1
Class: 1 hour lecture (GR or P/NP)
Modular course
Recommended for students with learning disabilities.
Referral by a DSPS Counselor is recommended.
Non-degree applicable
Description: Individual assessment of learning strengths and weaknesses to determine eligibility for services as a learning disabled adult and development of an Individualized Education Plan (IEP): Diagnostically-oriented work in use of adaptive strategies, appropriate support services, and classroom accommodations.  4930.32

 

Course Number: lRNRE 297A
Metacognitive Learning I
Units: 1
Class: 1 hour lecture (GR or P/NP)
Recommended for students with learning disabilities.
Students are encouraged to seek guidance from a DSP&S Counselor or the Learning Disabilities Specialist to enroll in course.
Non-degree applicable
Description:Overview of issues relating to learning disabilities: Learning styles/modalities, study strategies, services and accommodations, and laws pertaining to individuals with disabilities; the importance of interpersonal skills for successful self-advocacy for adults with learning disabilities; information on the eligibility process, ability and achievement, processing strengths and deficits, and aptitude-achievement discrepancies as described in Title 5 of the California Education Code.  4930.32

 

Course Number: lRNRE 348NA-TZ
Selected Topics in Learning Resources
Units: .5-5
Class: 0-5 hours lecture, 0-15 hours laboratory (GR or P/NP)
Non-degree applicable
Description: See section on Selected Topics 4930.00

 

Course Number: lRNRE 501
Supervised Tutoring (Non-credit)
Units: 0
Class: 1-15 hours laboratory (Not graded)
Open-entry/open-exit course
Course study under this section may be repeated as necessary.
Students may enroll for assistance in more than one college course per semester
Description: Supervised tutoring, either individually or in small groups, to improve student success in college courses.  4930.09