SPD692B Internship M/M
The National University Special Education Internship for Mild/Moderate disabilities is designed as an alternative route for the preparation of Education Specialist candidates. Candidates selected for an internship serve as teachers of record in special education classrooms/programs, earn fulltime salaries and receive benefits. Interns receive support and supervision, from the university program and the school site, for a minimum of 3 months while completing required coursework for authorization to teach students with mild/moderate disabilities. Does not grant graduate units towards graduate degree.
- Demonstrate specific pedagogical skills for subject matter instruction (TPE 1).
- Monitor learning during instruction (based on student'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 relates 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).