Minor in Elementary Special Education
The Minor in Elementary Special Education provides candidates with the knowledge of assessment and intervention strategies that support the learning of children with exceptional learning needs in the K - 8 curriculum.
|EDSE A336||Classroom Guidance and Behavior Management||3|
|EDSE A410||Clinical Assessment: Eligibility and Program Planning||3|
|EDSE A412||Curriculum and Strategies I: Low Incidence||3|
|EDSE A422||Curriculum and Strategies II: High Incidence||3|
|EDSE A425||Math for Special Learners||3|
|EDSE A483||Assessment and Interventions in Language and Literacy Development||3|
|EDSE A484||Collaboration and Partnerships Between Families and Professionals||3|
|EDSE A495A||Field Experience in Special Education: Elementary||3|
A total of 24 credits are required for the minor.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the program students will be able to:
- Evaluate assessment outcomes to identify individual learning differences of students with exceptional learning needs in the K - 8 classroom.
- Use the results of assessment to individualize instruction to meet the individual learning needs of culturally diverse students in inclusive settings.
- Support a positive and culturally responsive social environment for all students in inclusive settings.
- Promote collaboration amongst parents and professionals to support students with exceptional learning needs.