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EDM 607 Curriculum and Pedagogy Support in Science for Special Education Teachers of Adolescent Students
2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours; 3 credits
This course teaches skills needed by special education generalists to teach Science in a supportive role, in grades 7-12. The course addresses learning and curricular needs of students in science as well as effective co-teaching and collaboration techniques. Teacher candidates will focus on advanced techniques of pedagogical practice, learning styles, multiple intelligences and the selection and creation of instructional materials for adolescent students with diverse needs. The course consists of weekly lectures and laboratories, and a fieldwork component of 15 hours. Teacher candidates will be required to work with an individual or group of adolescent students throughout the course to develop differentiated instruction based on the standards of the curriculum. Note: This course is for the Sequence 2 program. NOTE: This course has a material fee.
Prerequisite: Entry into the Sequence 2 of the MSEd Generalist program.
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