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2012-2014 Graduate Catalog 
2012-2014 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

ED 6090 - Specialized Instructional Strategies Across the Curriculum for Special Educators


This course utilizes personalized techniques and instructional strategies for diagnosis and remediation of academic learning need. Candidates will address the role of basic skills in reading and mathematics as related to content area instruction across the curriculum. Special attention will be given to middle school and secondary curricular content and methodology. =Research-based validated practices will be used to address learning needs for students with mild/moderate cross-categorical (MM/CC) disabilities. Candidates will identify student needs and plan individualized and small group instruction utilizing basic principles of teaching such as taxonomies of learning, advance organizers, clear explanations, examples and non-examples, visual representation, activities and distributed reviews. =Reading strategies include techniques such as cueing systems, scaffolded reading and writing, word study, comprehension facilitation, question-answer relations, literature focus units, literature circles and writers workshops. In the area of mathematics, diagnostic interviews, computation, algebraic thinking, geometrical concepts, measurement data, data analysis, and problem-solving strategies will be emphasized.