Special Education (5610)

Special Education (5610)

100 ORIENT TO INTERVENT SPECIALIST 0 credits
Prerequisite: admission to Intervention Specialist teacher education program; corequisite: 5100:200. Orientation to the information and strategies necessary for a student to be successful in the program, including portfolio development.
206 SP: GIFTED 1 credits
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225 INTRO: EXCEPTIONALITIES 3 credits
Prerequisite: 13-15 sem. hrs. with a 'C' or better in specific GenEd courses; 5100:200 (may be taken as prerequisite or corequisite); FBI/BCI background checks. Survey course covering the identification, developmental characteristics and intervention strategies for children and youth with exceptionalities across educational and community settings.
380 MATH METHODS: SPEC EDUCATION 3 credits
Prerequisite: Admission to the Teacher Education Program. Ensure the understanding of mathematics and to promote the prospective special education teacher's confidence in his/her own ability to teach mathematics.
395 FIELD EXP: SPECIAL EDUCATION 1-3 credits
Supervised work with youngsters, individually and in groups in school and/or community settings.
403 STU TEACH COLLOQ: SPECIAL EDUC 1 credits
An examination of problems, issues, and practices encountered during the student teaching experience.
430 HONORS RES PROJ: SPECIAL EDUC 1-6 credits
(May be repeated for a total of six credits) Prerequisite: Permission of student's preceptor. Carefully defined individual study demonstrating originality and sustained inquiry.
440 DEV CHARACT OF EXCEPTNL INDIV 3 credits
Prerequisite: Admission to a College of Education Teacher Preparation Program or permission of the instructor. A survey course covering the identification, developmental characteristics, and intervention strategies for exceptional children and youth across education and community settings. (1 field hour)
444 DEV CHAR INTELLECT GIFTD INDV 3 credits
See department for course description.
447 INDV-MLD/MOD ED NEEDS:CH & IMP 4 credits
Prerequisite: 225. Survey of the etiology, identification, classification, developmental characteristics of, and intervention strategies for individuals with mild/moderate educational needs.
448 INDV-MOD/INT ED NEEDS:CH & IMP 4 credits
Prerequisite: 225. Survey of the etiology, identification, classification, and developmental characteristics of individuals with moderate/intensive educational needs.
450 SPEC ED PROG: EARLY CHILDHOOD 3 credits
Prerequisites: 225, 447 or 448. Developmental patterns of young children with disabilities and developmentally/exceptionally appropriate practices with respect to programming and adaptations. (20 field hours)
451 SPEC ED PROG: MILD/MODERATE I 3 credits
Prerequisites: 225, 447. Educational implications regarding assessment, teaching strategies, and adaptive materials necessary to meet the needs of school age students with mild/moderate educational needs. (20 field hours)
452 SPEC ED PROG: SECD/TRANSITION 3 credits
Study of diagnostic prescriptive service delivery systems designed to accommodate developmental patterns of secondary-level students with exceptionalities. (20 field hours)
453 SPEC ED PROG: MOD/INTENSIVE I 4 credits
Prerequisites: 448/548. Development of the programming strategies including assessment, inter/transdisciplinary models, family involvement, IFSP/IEP/IP development, instructional practices based upon legal/ethical principles for individuals with moderate/intensive educational needs. (20 field hours)
454 SPEC ED PROG: MOD/INTENSIVE II 4 credits
Prerequisites: 448, 453. Advanced program for providing educational planning and intervention for individuals with moderate to intensive educational needs. Focus is on developing a comprehensive educational program which will facilitate optimum functioning and independence. (20 field hours)
457 SPEC ED PROG: MILD/MODERATE II 4 credits
Prerequisites: 447, 451. Special educational implications regarding assessment, teaching strategies, and adaptive materials necessary to meet the needs of school age students with mild/moderate educational needs. (20 field hours)
459 COLL & CONSULT:SCH & COMM 3 credits
Prerequisite: 225. Provides professional educators/intervention specialists with skills in collaboration and consultation for working with parents of exceptional individuals and other professionals within school/community settings.
460 FAMILY DYN & COMM IN EDUC PROC 3 credits
Prerequisite: 225. A study of family theory and structure along with beginning techniques for working with families of students with exceptionalities, in educational and community settings.
461 SP ED PRG: ERLY CHLDHD MOD/INT 3 credits
Prerequisites: 440, 448. Developmental patterns of young children with moderate/intensive needs (ages 3-8) and developmentally appropriate practices in programming and adaptations. (20 field hours)
463 ASSESSMENT IN SPECIAL EDUC 3 credits
Prerequisite: 225. Prepares student to select, administer and interpret formal and informal assessment procedures and use resulting data in planning educational programs for exceptional individuals.
464 ASSESS&EVAL ERLY CHLDH SPEC ED 3 credits
Prerequisites: 225, 448. The assessment of children three to eight and their environment who are at risk for disabilities or currently in special education.
467 MGMT STRATEGIES IN SPEC EDUC 3 credits
Prerequisite: 225. Content emphasizing the development of application strategies with a variety of behavior management models to mediation of behaviors with exceptional individuals.
470 CLINICAL PRACT IN SPECIAL EDUC 3 credits
Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Corequisites: 403 and 486 or 487. Provides a pre-student teaching experience for students in the areas of assessment, program planning, instructional planning and presentation, classroom management, adaptations, and collaboration with parents and other educational professionals.
479 SEM: INVIT STDS IN SPECIAL ED 1-2 credits
(May be repeated for a total of four credits) Topical study with a varied array of disciplinary input. Staffing will be invited members of allied and contributing professions active in management of exceptional children.
485 STU TEACH: EARLY CHLDHD INT SP 11 credits
Prerequisites: Approval of the Student Teaching Committee, based upon approved application to student teaching, passing PRAXIS II subject test, and approved portfolio. Corequisite: 403. Planned teaching experience in schools selected and supervised by the Office of Field Experience.
486 STU TEACH: MILD/MOD EDUC NEEDS 11 credits
Prerequisites: Approval of the Student Teaching Committee, considered based upon approved application to student teaching, passing PRAXIS II subject test, and approved portfolio. Corequisite: 403. Planned teaching experience in schools selected and supervised by the Office of Field Experience.
487 STU TEACH: MOD/INT EDUC NEEDS 11 credits
Prerequisites: Approval of the Student Teaching Committee, considered based upon approved application to student teaching, passing PRAXIS II subject test, and approved portfolio. Corequisites: 403 and 470. Planning teaching experience in schools selected and supervised by the office of Field Experience.
488 STU TCHG: EARLY CHLD/EARLY INT 6 credits
Approval of the Student Teaching Committee, based upon approved application to student teaching, passing PRAXIS II subject test, and approved portfolio. Corequisites: 5200:495, 5610:403, 5610:470. Planned teaching experience in schools selected and supervised by the Office of Field Experience.
490 W: SPECIAL EDUCATION 1-3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of six credits) Designed to explore special topics in in-service or preservice education on a needs basis.
491 W: SPECIAL EDUCATION 1-3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of six credits) Designed to explore special topics in in-service or preservice education on a needs basis.
492 W: SPECIAL EDUCATION 1-3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of six credits) Designed to explore special topics in in-service or preservice education on a needs basis.
493 W: SPECIAL EDUCATION 1-3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of six credits) Designed to explore special topics in in-service or preservice education on a needs basis.
497 INDP STUDY: SPECIAL EDUCATION 1-3 credits
Specific area of investigation determined in accordance with student's needs.

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