West Aurora FA19 MACI-TDL

Course Registration Information
Welcome to your cohort webpage! This is where you will get the details for your upcoming courses.

If you are unable to take one of your classes as scheduled, please contact Liz Botica at ebotica@aurora.edu or 630-947-8918. The Center for Adult and Graduate Education.



Spring 2020 - Module I
CourseSPED6525 Cognitive Development and Disabilities of Diverse Learners
WhenJanuary 6 - February 29, 2020
Wednesday - 5:00-8:30pm

WhereAurora University
Orchard Center - Room 324
2245 Sequoia Dr.
Aurora Il 60506

InstructorJulie O'Brien-Smith
Required Textbooks
  • Children's Thinking by Siegler, R. & Alibali, M. (4th ed) Pearson/Prentice Hall. ISBN: 13-9780131113848
  • Suggested TextFifty Strategies for Teaching English Language Learners, by Herrell, A. & Jordan, M. (4th ed) ISBN-13-978013248750

If ordering through Aurora University, you may access the bookstore by: www.aurora.bkstr.com or www.efollett.com. You will need the following prompts:
  • SPED (department)
  • 6525 (course section number)
  • S1-02 (code)

Books are available for order on tba


Spring 2020 - Module II
Course SPED6565 Strategies and Assistive Technology for Students with Multiple Disabilities and Diverse Learners
WhenMarch 9 - May 2, 2020
Mondays 5:00-8:30pm
WhereOrchard Center - Room 320
InstructorKathy Garrity
Required Textbooks
  • Teaching Students with Severe Disabilities, by Westling, D.L. & Fox, L.( 5th Ed.) Pearson Prentice. ISBN; 978-0133388084
  • Rulesby Lord, C. Scholastic, Inc. ISBN:978-0439443838

If ordering through Aurora University, you may access the bookstore by: www.aurora.bkstr.com or www.efollett.com. You will need the following prompts:
  • SPED (department)
  • 6565 (course section number)
  • S2-02 (code)
Books are available for order on TBA


If you have any questions, please contact the Center for Graduate Studies at AUadmission@aurora.edu or 630-947-8955.