Dec 02, 2023  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

SPC 3200 Specially Designed Instruction and Assessment

Assessment is an integral part of teaching and learning. This course is designed to provide candidates with knowledge of how to design and teach learning objectives to students with diverse needs and abilities, including those with disabilities, in a variety of educational settings while measuring student learning through the utilization of research-based assessment techniques. Techniques for utilizing and analyzing informal and formal assessments on an ongoing basis to make decisions about students evaluate the success of their instruction, and to monitor classroom climate will be focused upon.  Candidates will develop and evaluate assessments of simple and complex student knowledge, skills, behaviors and/or attitudes associated with aligned standards-based objectives. This course will also include hands-on activities to guide the creation, revision and use of quality objectives and assessment rubrics and coding schemes that the promote learning of students with disabilities.  The development and writing of Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) will be focused on including the selection, adaptation, and development of instructional goals, objectives and assessment across curricular areas; as well as the role of the special educator in the school community.   

•    Passing score on the PRAXIS II Core Academic Skills for Educators; 60 credits; 3.0 GPA
•    CIED 2070 Educational Practices in the Inclusive Classroom
Credits: 3.00