Teaching Students With Moderate Disabilities
For candidates who hold an appropriate initial or professional license at either the baccalaureate or masters degree level.
Methods of Teaching Students with
|01.652 ||Classroom Management and
|02.524||Educational Assessment of Students with
|02.579||Practicum and Seminar: Moderate Disabilities||3 credits|
TEACHER OF STUDENTS WITH MODERATE DISABILITIES
01.504 Methods of Teaching Students with Moderate Disabilities
Examines the methods of teaching students with moderate disabilities. Topics include curriculum (including the Massachusetts frameworks), IEPs, and instructional modifications appropriate for students with special needs.
02.524 Educational Assessment of Students with Moderate Disabilities
A review of the various assessments and standardized tests that are used to identify students with moderate disabilities. The interpretation of assessment results and how to communicate them effectively to parents and school personnel will be examined.
01.652 Classroom Management and Integrative Techniques
Examines the theories and models of behavior management that assist teachers in helping students with moderate disabilities to be integrated into mainstream classroom settings.
02.579 Practicum and Seminar: Moderate Disabilities
(Pre or co-requisite – 9 credits of certificate coursework- permission of coordinator required)
(Candidates must be enrolled in the certificate program)
Practicum in a special education setting under the supervision of qualified teachers, principal, and university faculty.