Nov 23, 2020  
2019-2020 Academic Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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TED-2900 Special Education Methods: Birth-12th grade


Credits 3
Students will understand and use a variety of organization, teaching, and classroom management strategies. The course will focus on effective practices in different settings with all disability groups, as well as collaboration with other involved professionals and parents. This course is intended for those persons who have a bachelor’s degree and are seeking initial teacher certification and for teachers seeking recertification.
Prerequisite(s): Reading proficiency, must have a bachelor’s degree, and be a student seeking certification, or recertification. Departmental permission/granted petition is required.
(EDU 2200)
Course Outcomes
  1. Understand the different settings where students with special needs are educated and their purpose.
  2. Use a variety of age, learning style, and disability appropriate strategies and techniques.
  3. Plan and prepare for classes with diverse student needs.
  4. Keep detailed records of student progress and communication with other involved professionals as well as students’ families.
  5. Assist in the creation of an IEP and plan its implementation.
  6. Plan a classroom environment with appropriate modifications and accommodations for all students.
  7. Understand and encourage family participation in the education of students with special needs.
  8. Work and plan with other professionals that may be involved in the education of students with special needs.




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