EDS-501 - Setting Up a Special Education Classroom


Course Fee - $29.95         Course Study Hours - 8

PLEASE NOTE: After the course is purchased, course access instructions are sent via email and usually are provided within hours of purchase, but can take up to 48 hours depending upon the time of day and day of the week the purchase is completed.


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Course Overview

Setting up a Special Education Classroom is aimed at providing educators with very practical advice on a variety of topics faced by special educators every day. This course will provide new teachers with practical guidelines for beginning the school year as a special education teacher and experienced teachers with supportive information which may help improve their classroom.

There are a variety of settings in which you may be hired in the field of special education. These include a resource room, self-contained special education classroom or an inclusion setting, to name a few. This course presents a step-by-step approach that should be taken to insure the welfare of the children, appropriate educational settings, information that should be gathered, communicating with related service providers, parents, paraprofessionals, assistant teachers, and other areas to make your job easier and more rewarding.

This course assumes no prior knowledge of special education and provides important information on the various special education environments. When noted, certain information is best suited for a specific type of setting. If not noted, then assume that the information being presented applies to all settings discussed in this course.

Setting up a Special Education Classroom will provide you with important tools to "hit the floor running" if you are placed in a job as a special education teacher at the beginning of the new school year.


 

The focus of this professional development course will be to teach you the following:

  • What to do before the school term begins
  • Getting to know your students
  • Assessment terminology
  • Components of an IEP
  • Related services
  • Transition goals and services
  • Measuring progress on an IEP
  • IQ scores and ranges
  • Designing and setting up your classroom
  • Station oriented models
  • Teacher centered models
  • Child oriented models
  • School policy considerations
  • Evaluating existing materials
  • Meeting with parents
  • Meeting with staff members
  • Effective parent conferences
  • Types of Inclusion delivery systems

Terminology you will learn in this course includes:

Educational enrollment Primary record folder
Age equivalent National percentile
Grade equivalent Local percentile
Raw score Scaled scores
Standard scores Mean
Range Standard deviation
Stanines T-scores
Modifications Station teaching
Annual goals Parallel teaching
Accommodations Assistive technology
Station oriented classroom arrangement Health alerts
Teacher centered classroom arrangement Z-scores
Alternate teaching Team teaching

Course Information to Submit for Study Hours Acceptance

To ensure that your School, School District, State or other Agency will accept the Study Hours that this course will provide through NASET, download and present the EDS-501 - Setting up a Special Education Classroom course documentation.  Click Here

In addition to the course documentation, be sure to also present the Documentation for NASET CE-PD Course Study Hours - Click Here


NASET encourages you to first submit the documents above to determine if NASET Study Hours will be accepted for the credit you seek.


Members of NASET must be logged in to purchase this course.



PLEASE NOTE: After the course is purchased, course access instructions are sent via email and usually are provided within hours of purchase, but can take up to 48 hours depending upon the time of day and day of the week the purchase is completed.

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