Description of the Program
A focus on how to plan, instruct, conduct assessments and collaborate to maximize learning opportunities for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
- Student must hold a minimum of a bachelor's degree.
- Student must hold a teaching certificate in education (any content area).
|ED 530||APPLIED MULTICULTURALISM||3|
|ED 535||INTRODUCTION TO APPLIED EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH||3|
|ED 540||COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT THEORIES OF LEARNING||3|
|ED 565||INTRODUCTION TO DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION||3|
|Any graduate courses (500+) with ED or EDC prefix with Department Approval||18|
|DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS|
|ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY FOR EDUCATING INDIVIDUALS WITH ASD|
|INTRODUCTION TO STUDENTS WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS|
|ASSESSMENT AND BEHAVIORAL APPLICATIONS IN ASD|
|COLLABORATION AND TRANSITION PLANNING|
|PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF VISUAL INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES|
|Action Research Project|
|ED 690||MASTER'S ACTION RESEARCH PROJECT||3|
|Total Semester Hours||33|