National University




DHH692B Internship DHH

Course Description

The National University Special Education Internship for Deaf and Hard of Hearing population is designed as an alternative route for the preparation of Education Specialist candidates. Candidates selected for an internship serve as teachers of record in education of the deaf classrooms/programs, earn full time salaries and receive benefits. Interns receive support and supervision, from the university program and the school site, for a minimum of 6 months while completing required coursework for authorization to teach students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. Does not grant graduate units towards graduate degree. The course is graded satisfactory (S) or unsatisfactory (U).

Learning Outcomes

  • Demonstrate specific pedagogical skills for subject matter instruction (TPE 1)
  • Monitor learning during instruction (based on studentandamp;#8217;s IEP) (TPE 2)
  • Demonstrate the interpretation and use of assessments (TPE 3)
  • Demonstrate making content accessible (TPE 4)
  • Demonstrate student engagement (TPE 5)
  • Demonstrate developmentally appropriate teaching practices (TPE 6)
  • Demonstrate skill in teaching English Learners (TPE 7)
  • Demonstrate skill in learning about students (TPE 8)
  • Demonstrate instructional planning (TPE 9)
  • Demonstrate skill in instructional planning as it realtes to the use of time (TPE 10)
  • Demonstrate skill in the development of the social environment (TPE 11)
  • Demonstrate professional, legal and ethical responsibilities and obligations (TPE 12)
  • Demonstrate professional growth (TPE 13)

Prerequisite