Special Education - Standard Exceptional Child Certificate with Generalist Endorsement, Grades K-12
The Special Education program prepares generalists rather than specialists in any one area of special education. Students interested in the endorsement of Exceptional Child Generalist K-12 must integrate the special education courses and internship into their major program that leads to a Standard Instructional teaching certificate. Obtaining the Exceptional Child Generalist endorsement enables a special education teacher to work with students with special and individual needs in grades K-12 in a resource program or through inclusion in a regular classroom. Teacher candidates must also complete endorsement in either Elementary Education-All Subjects K-8 or Secondary Education-Specific Content Area 6-12. Courses should be taken in order listed. Students must pass the following Praxis II exams for special education: #5543-Special Education: Core Knowledge and Mild to Moderate Application and Praxis II exam #5001 “Elementary Education: Multiple Subjects”.
|SE-322||INCLUSION STRATEGIES K-12 (prerequisite to all SE courses) 1||3.00|
|SE-335||SPECIAL EDUCATION FIELD EXPERIENCE||1.00|
|RE/SE-320||UNDERSTANDING THE LITERACY PROCESSES 1||3.00|
|RE/SE-324||ASSESSMENT OF LITERACY DEVELOPMENT 1||3.00|
|RE/SE-325||FIELD EXPERIENCE II 1||1.00|
|Select one of the following:||2.00|
|ADAPTIVE TEACHING 6-12|
|ADAPTIVE TEACHING I|
and ADAPTIVE TEACHING II 1
|SE-477||CONSULTING WITH PARENTS AND PROFESSIONALS||2.00|
|SE-484||SPECIAL EDUCATION INTERNSHIP 2||6.00|
|SE-484 substitutes for 6 credits of the following:|
|PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP IN EDUCATION 6-12 1|
|PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP IN EDUCATION K-8, II|
These courses are required as a part of the Elementary Teacher Education Program.
Internship requires admission to the Teacher Education Program and completion of all Special Education courses.