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academic coursework - elementary and special education

All students seeking acceptance into the Elementary Education and Special Education collaborative program must first complete the University Requirements and the six standards for entrance into the School of Education.

Students who major in the elementary education and special education collaborative program must take the following courses:

  • SED 225 - Introduction to Exceptionalities
  • SED 335 - Accommodating Individuals with Physical Disabilities and Other Health Impairments
  • SED 365 - Basic Principles of Academic Assessment and Remediation for Exceptional Individuals
  • SED 375 - Classroom Management Techniques in Educational Settings
  • SED 435 - Language Arts for Children with Special Needs
  • SED 445 - Collaboration in the Schools
  • SED 447 - Learning through the Arts
  • IDS 449 - School-based Practicum
  • IDS 452 - Seminar in Reflective Practice
  • EDU 200 - Principles of Education
  • EDU 301 - Reading
  • EDU 307 - Language Arts and Children's Literature
  • EDU 320 - Integrated Mathematics and Science for Elementary Education
  • EDU 321 - Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment in Social Studies
  • EDU 414 - Applications of Child Development
  • EDU 450 - Student Teaching I
  • EDU 451 - Student Teaching II
  • IDS 471 - English Language Learners in the Classroom

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