DIRECTED TEACHING/INTERNSHIP PRACTICA AND PHASE 4 SEMINAR
2016 Summer Term
Special Education 480
The focus of this course is to support undergraduate and graduate teacher candidates to use formal and informal assessments, apply evidence-based practices in instruction, behavior management, working with families and community agencies in special education, gain first-hand experiences with diverse learners with disabilities, experience the different types and levels of service delivery models in different emphais areas across the special education continuum, and reflect on how, when, and why specific evidence-based practices are implemented in public school and alternative school settings. Teacher candidates will explore respective roles and responsibilities of all student teaching personnel. attention is also given to the recognition and application of skills and activities fundamental to the development of effective teachers. Teacher candidates will complete all special education department requirements including the Educator Teacher Performance Assessment (edTPA), unit plans, an IEP, FBA, and BIP along with online reflection journal submissions.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: PRAXIS II, NO 'I'S OR C OR LOWER IN SPECED/SPECFLD COURSES, 2.75 GPA; COREQ: SPECFLD 489A, SPECFLD 489D OR SPECFLD 489B, SPECFLD 489C, SPECFLD 489D
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