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Course Descriptions

2014-2015 Program Schedule

Course Summer Fall winter Spring
YEAR ONE
SPED 480/580 (3 credits) Introduction to Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education  X      
SPED 584 (3 credits) Assessment EI/SE    X    
SPED 585 (3 credits) Instructional Strategies I    X    
SPED 586 (3 credits) Instructional Strategies II      X  
SPED 509 (3 credits) Supervised Teaching Experiences I (ECSE)       
SPED 581 (3 credits) Family Guided Early Intervention        X
YEAR TWO
SPED 509 (3 credits) Supervised Teaching Experiences II (EI)     X    

 

Course Description
SPED 584 (3 credits) Assessment EI/SE Develops knowledge and skills needed for formative and summative assessment including skills to select assessment tools, use tools appropriately, analyze results and develop IFSP/IEP goals and objectives.
SPED 585 (3 credits) Instructional Strategies I Design of intervention, implementation, data collection and analysis for implementation of goals and objectives, including curriculum modifications, embedded learning opportunities, child-focused strategies and other intervention methods.
SPED 586 (3 credits) Instructional Strategies II Design of intervention, implementation, data collection and analysis for implementation of goals and objectives, including curriculum modifications, embedded learning opportunities, child-focused strategies and other intervention methods.
SPED 509 (3 credits) Supervised Teaching Experiences I (ECSE) Field experiences working with young children (3-5 years) in school, agency, or home settings under the supervision of licensed professionals. Includes weekly seminar.
SPED 509 (3 credits) Supervised Teaching Experiences II (EI) Field experiences working with infants (birth- age 2) in school, agency, or home settings under the supervision of licensed professionals. Includes weekly seminar.
SPED 580 (3 credits)
Introduction to Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education
Introduction to EI/ECSE services, collaboration with diverse families, assessment, program planning, transition, adaptations, and inclusion. Covers historical, legal, and social foundations of EI/ECSE.
SPED 581 (3 credits) Family Guided Early Intervention Develops knowledge and skills necessary for providing early intervention services to infants and toddlers with developmental delays/disabilities and their families.