Curriculum: Intervention Specialist - Mild & Moderate Licensure

August 08, 2022
August 22, 2022
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The Intervention Specialist Licensure consists of 12 required graduate-level courses or 32 credit hours, of which, 20 credit hours may be directly applied towards the Master’s in Special Education.

LSLS 7005 Phonics Theory and Practice: Early Childhood and Special Education 3 Hours
LSLS 7027 Theory to Practice: Models of Literacy 3 Hours
LSLS 7028 Literacy Assessment, Instruction, and Practicum I 3 Hours
LSLS 7029 Literacy Assessment, Instruction, Practicum II 3 Hours
SPED 7001 Overview of Special Education Law 3 Hours
SPED 6002  Working with and Supporting Families 3 Hours
SPED 7006 Assessment and Intervention 3 Hours
SPED 7007 Promoting Positive Behaviors 3 Hours
SPED 7008 Curriculum Planning & Instructional Strategies: Mild to Moderate 3 Hours
SPED 7052 Universal Design for Learning 3 Hours
SPED 7015 Student Teaching Students with Mild to Moderate Educational Needs 1 Hour
SPED 7016 Seminar: Teaching Students with Mild to Moderate Educational Needs 1 Hour

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