Survey of Learners with Exceptionalities
A. Foundational knowledge. A teacher of special education understands the foundations of special education, including information about students served by special education. The teacher must demonstrate knowledge of the:
(4) definitions, characteristics, and educational implications for students with disabilities eligible for special education services;
(9) medical terminology and educational implications of medical conditions, including the effect of medication and specialized health care in educational settings;
(13) roles and organizational structures of general and special education and the part they play in providing total services to all students
C. Instructional design, teaching, and ongoing evaluation. A teacher of special education understands how to provide and evaluate specially designed instruction to meet the unique needs of students in special education through individualized educational plans. The teacher must be able to:
(7) design and manage positive instructional environments that convey high expectations for students to develop their independence, self-motivation, self-direction, self-regulation, and self-advocacy;
Learning Activity One: Electronic Portfolio
Description of Activity:
The electronic portfolio should be updated with evidence gathered during coursework and submitted under the appropriate standards upon completion of the course.
The following grid outlines the competencies met during this course and will serve as a checklist of items that must be submitted as evidence of mastery of the MN State Standards. The electronic portfolio will be reviewed by the instructor upon the completion of each course and will serve as documentation for licensure recommendation.
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