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Undergraduate Record 2006-2007 [ARCHIVED RECORD]

Special Education


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Special Education Programs meet the guidelines of the Council for Exceptional Children and prepare teachers to work in at least two handicapping areas: behaviorally disordered, learning disabilities, and/or mental retardation. Professional preparation for special education must include credits in the characteristics of two specific disabilities (behavioral disabilities, mental retardation, or learning disabilities), credits in reading and reading diagnostics, principles of curriculum and instruction for exceptional individuals, methodology for exceptional individuals, classroom management and psychoeducational assessment of exceptional individuals, math and technology, and field experiences in teaching exceptional individuals. Endorsements in these programs are K-12.

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