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Graduate Education Interdepartmental

2015 Spring Term

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3 Units

INFORMAL ASSESSMENT OF YOUNG CHILDREN

Education Interdepartmental 533

This class is designed to assist students in acquireing skills related to informal assessment. These skills include: the ability to use a variety of observation strategies, to apply functional assessment strategies, use play-based and other criterion-referenced instruments, and develop and implement program evaluation strategies. Additionally, the student will acquire the ability to link assessment results to IEP/IFSP formation, use assessment results to develop differentiated instruction, write summary reports for school files, communicate in writing and verbally about assessment results to parents and to other professionals.


2 Units

PLANNING FOR CHANGE: SEMINAR IN RESEARCH, PRACTICE AND VOICE

Education Interdepartmental 724

The purpose of this course is to provide the graduate student with the contacts and skills needed to accomplish the Capstone project. The project design from this course will be used to develop their Capstone project.


1 Units

CAPSTONE ADVISING I: PROJECT PLANNING AND REVIEW OF LITERATURE

Education Interdepartmental 726

The purpose of this course is to advise and provide feedback to students developing their Capstone proposals and the first three chapters of their Capstone projects.


1 Units

CAPSTONE ADVISING II: DATA COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS

Education Interdepartmental 727

The purpose of this course is to provide the graduate student with the contacts and skills needed to accomplish the Capstone project. The project design from this course will be used to develop their Capstone project.


2-3 Units

CAPSTONE PROJECT SEMINAR

Education Interdepartmental 789

The purpose of this seminar is to provide the master's student with faculty and peer support as the student grounds, implements, refines, assesses and reports his or her capstone project. The capstone project is a self-selected and defined project completed with advisor assistance, that makes a connection between the graduate study and the student's professional life as an educator. The course will be graded on a Satisfactory/No Credit grading scale. Approval of program coordinator and advisor is required.

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