SPECIAL EDUCATION




SPED 3310 - Instructional Methods/Materials

for Children with Mild Disabilities ........................3.00 Credits Identifies methods and materials for teaching children with mild disabilities, including adaptations, modifications and accommodations in the general education classroom.

 

SPED 3230 - Contemporary Perspectives   ..........3.00 Credits

A study of the characteristics, identification and educational needs of exceptional children  and youth.  Field experience required.

 

SPED 3300 -  Development and Characteristics

of Children with Mild Disabilities ..........................3.00 Credits Examines the development and characteristics of children with mild specific learning disabilities, behavior disorders, and mild intellectual disabilities.

 

SPED 3340  - Curriculum, Transitions and

Instructional Planning for Teaching

the Mildly Disabled .................................................3.00 Credits Observation and teaching during the entire school day under the guidance of selected  classroom teachers.

SPED 4400 - Learning Environment and

Behavior Management for Children

with Mild Disabilities ..............................................3.00 Credits

Theory and application of behavior modification techniques

 

SPED 4460 - Student Teaching the Mildly Disabled6.00 Credits Observation and teaching during the entire school day under the guidance of selected  classroom teachers.

 

SPED 4470 - Student Teaching in

Inclusive Environments...........................................6.00 Credits Observation and teaching during the entire school day under the guidance of selected  classroom teachers.

 

SPED 4471 - Intern SPED I ....................................6.00 Credits Observation and teaching for one semester under the direction of an approved supervising teacher in selected special education centers. A seminar component is included.   Credit: Six semester hours. Departmental Approval.

 

SPED 4472 - Intern SPED II ..................................6.00 Credits Observation and teaching for one semester under the direction of an approved supervising teacher in selected special education centers. A seminar  component  is  included.  Credit:  Six  semester  hours. Departmental Approval.