Nov 27, 2021  
2017-2018 University Bulletin 
    
2017-2018 University Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

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SPED 703 - Clinical Practice in Special Education

4 hours
In this course, candidates will be involved in a full-time, full semester guided experience in classrooms working with students with disabilities. This course offers candidates the opportunity to apply, in a diverse setting, the knowledge and skills gained through the program’s course work and fieldwork. Candidates will provide direct instruction to students individually, in small groups, as a whole class in inclusive and special education classrooms. Candidates are expected to demonstrate communication and collaboration skills with teachers and families of students with disabilities, to participate in and provide instruction based on evidence based practices, and design/provide modifications based upon specific needs of students across skill domains (academic, social, physical, behavioral, etc.). Within this clinical setting, candidates will demonstrate the ability to interpret information from formal, curriculum based measures and informal assessment s. Candidates are observed and evaluated by a university supervisor multiple times during the semester. The candidates themselves and the special education cooperating teacher or principal evaluate the candidates as well. Concurrent enrollment in SPED 702 is required with this course.



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