|Categories:||Certificate / Endorsement, Graduate|
|Completion Time:||1 year *|
* Based on 2 classes per semester including summer
- Admissions Requirements
- Plan of Study
- Course Description
- Arkansas Federation of the Council for Exceptional Children
- Candidates engage in scholarly research activities such as action research or program evaluation to solve authentic problems. Teachers seek advice of others and draw on education research and scholarship to improve their practice.
- Candidates model leadership and communication strategies that promote valuing diversity throughout the community. Teachers recognize individual differences in their students and adjust their practice accordingly.
- Candidates design and modify instruction and the learning environment based on assessment of student learning and behavior. Teachers are responsible for managing and monitoring student learning.
- Candidates employ technologies including communications, productivity and presentation applications to enhance their collaborations. Teachers regularly assess student progress.
- Candidates design and modify instruction and the learning environment based on assessment of student learning and behavior. Teachers command specialized knowledge of how to convey a subject to students.
Graduate Certificate in Special Education K-12
Courses leading to K-12 Certification (24 semester hours required):
- SPED 5043 Instructional Planning for Mild Disabilities
- SPED 5053 Methods/Materials for Teaching Students with Mild Disabilities
- SPED 5073 Survey of Exceptional Individuals
- SPED 5123 Nature and Needs of Students with Mild Disabilities
- SPED 5273 Classroom & Group Management
- SPED 5663 Educational Diagnosis and Assessment
- SPED 6003 Collaboration/Consultation for Inclusion
- SPED 6243 Directed Internship K-12