This program provides you advanced training so that you can design and implement successful inclusion programs consistent with evidence-based practices.
The program is designed to meet the needs of:
- Classroom teachers
- School administrators
Dr. Deanna Cash
- To enable teachers to design effective instructional programs for students with special needs or at risk
- To identify and implement evidence-based practices related to behavioral supports and academic interventions
- To effectively implement collaborative programs that benefit from the expertise and engagement of general education teachers, special education teachers, and other professionals
Pre-requisites: SPED 600 Survey of Special Education (or the equivalent)
Course requirements (12 credits):
- SPED 601 Designing Educational Interventions for Students with Disabilities Accessing the General Curriculum
- SPED 625 Positive Behavioral Interventions
- SPED 644 Academic Instruction for Students for Disabilities
- SPED 675 Collaboration in General and Special Education
Further Degree Opportunities
The coursework included within this certificate program constitutes specific requirements in the MEd in special education.