EDS 650   INITIAL CERTIFICATION ADVANCED PRACTICUM IN MODERATE AND SEVERE DISABILITIES.   (6 hours)
 
Supervised practicum experience in a classroom for students with moderate/severe disabilities utilizing contemporary curricula, assessments, methods, and materials designed for use with children exhibiting moderate-severe developmental or intellectual disabilities. This course is designed as an advanced practicum for students in the MSD program who are pursuing an initial certification at the graduate level. Practicum students will be evaluated on these competencies by the university supervisor throughout the semester. EDS 650 is offered on a letter grade basis only.
 
Prerequisite(s):   Published University, College and Departmental requirements (see appropriate section of the most recent UK Bulletin) admission to the Teacher Education Program or permission of instructor. Successful completion of all EDS Core and Moderate/Severe Disabilities (MSD) Certification Area course work. EDS 650 is the final certification requirement for students obtaining initial certification at the graduate level. Prior to entering this course, the MSD major will have successfully completed all MSD Area and EDS CORE practica serving the needs of children exhibiting moderate to severe intellectual or developmental disabilities. Students in this course will complete their assignments while working full time in a classroom for students with MSD.
 
Syllabi (Requires Link Blue/MyUK credentials)
 
Fall 2017
 
  Section 201 - Channon K. Horn (Adobe Acrobat PDF)
 
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