Supervised field work designed to give students experience in specialized areas for their professional development. Prerequisite: Permission of the Coordinator of Professional Laboratory Experiences.
Colby Kervick ()
Dates: May 19 - August 8, 2014
The purpose of the special education minor practicum is for UVM students to gain experience working with students with exceptional needs in a school-based or human service setting. The practicum will allow UVM students to become familiar with the role of special educator, ELL teacher or Human Service provider. In addition students may learn about the special education process, ELL services, and social service delivery. Through observation, students will also gain additional insight into service delivery models and inclusion. Learning Objectives include: *Gain practical experience working with students with disabilities in field sites *Collaborate with professional service providers to learn instructional strategies and interventions related to working with individuals with exceptionalities *Conduct inquiry into a topic of interest related to field placement *Review a special education file and become familiar with contents through documentation of key information *Observe pedagogical strategies and approaches in learning contexts and document through reflection
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|EDSP 200 Z1||Special Education: Special Education Law||to||Mon|
|EDSP 200 Z2||Special Education: Family Supp,Culture&Disability||to||Tue|
|EDSP 201 OL1||Special Education: D2:Foundations of Special Ed (online)||Mon||to||3||60868|
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