The graduate program in Moderate Disabilities prepares candidates to work with children in grades PreK-8 with moderate disabilities who participate in integrated or self-contained classrooms.
Beginning September 1, 2014, new students will follow the prescribed program listed below in conjunction with advisor approval. Students enrolled in the program prior to this date must meet with their advisor to review the remaining courses in their program.
All students must contact their academic advisor to be cleared for registration in future semesters.
Suggested sequence of courses.
|ED 5740G||Teaching and Learning in Inclusive Classrooms||4|
Pre-Practicum Field Experience I
Completed during enrollment in ED 5740G, and in an inclusive setting.
|ED 5710G||Challenges in Learning and Development||4|
|ED 5200G||Reading Strategies and Interventions||4|
|ED 501G||Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment in Social Studies and World Geography||4|
|ED 502G||Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment in Science, Health and Physical Education||4|
|GRAD 519||Core Math: Numbers and Operations, Function, Geometry and Algebra||4|
|ED 5730G||Math Methods for the Elementary School (Pre-requisite: GRAD 519)||4|
Sheltered English Instruction, with field experience
(or alternate elective with evidence of SEI endorsement)
Pre-Practicum Field Experience II
Completed in a substantially separate setting.
(concurrent with the practicum)
|ED 551G||Practicum for Teacher of Moderate Disabilities (PreK-8); 300 hours||4|
- Successful completion of all MTEL exams related to the license
- Practicum application with advisor permission and signature
- Attendance at a practicum information session
- Good academic standing in the graduate program
Course work and program options are subject to change.