SPD638 Content Differentiation
An indepth look at students with mild to moderate disabilities served both in and out of the general education classroom with an emphasis on differentiating instruction for successful learning.
- describe atypical development and characteristics of a student with mild moderate disabilities and diverse learners, all categories, covered by Federal law under M/M disabilities and how it affects core curriculum
- coordinate and collaborate the comprehensive instructional program for students with mild moderate disabilities and diverse learners using the core curriculum standards
- utilize a variety of appropriate assessment tools and strategies in order to make effective educational decisions for students with mild moderate disabilities and diverse learners – to develop effective instruction aligned with the core curriculum;
- develop, implement and evaluate two units of instruction (one elementary and one secondary ) based on IEP goals that utilize evidence-based curriculum and instruction and evidence-based technology when appropriate in order for students with mild moderate disabilities and diverse learners to access the core curriculum;
- integrate and apply the knowledge and skills needed to teach English language learners and students from diverse backgrounds and experiences
- engage in multiple field experiences in a broad range of service delivery options for students with disabilities mild moderate disabilities and diverse learners.