EDS 32600 Methods of Teaching Children with Disabilities in Cross-Categorical Settings

This course includes a 30-hour practicum experience and is designed for undergraduates with no paid teaching experience. Methods and materials needed in teaching students from the elementary through secondary levels in cross categorical settings are studied. Both commercial and teacher developed materials are examined. Introduction to basic research in the field of mild and moderate disabilities, as well as methodology of the development of academic related areas, perceptual, cognitive, pre-vocational, and social skills are emphasized. This class will lead to teaching certification for mild and moderate disabilities K- 12. Service delivery models of collaborative teaching, consultative services, itinerant teaching, and resource support services are emphasized. This course is required for certification.




EDU 21501 and EDS 31800.