SED 410 - Seminar in Special Education
Designed as a culmination of professional study into the teaching profession by providing opportunities to extend and apply understandings of the roles of the special education teacher as decision maker and reflective practitioner, particularly in the areas of assessment, planning, instruction, management, collaboration, assistive technology and evaluation. In addition, this course is designed to use the internship placement as a setting to develop the collaboration, teaming, communication, and conflict resolution skills relevant for educators of students with special needs and from diverse cultures.
Credit Hours: 3
Corequisite Courses: SED 411 .
Additional Restrictions/Requirements: All courses in the professional core and specialty area and a 2.70 GPA on all work attempted at UNCW.
Course Repeatability: Course may not be repeated. Maximum Repeatable Hours: 3
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