Kankakee Area Special Educ. Co-op-Kankakee
South Suburban University Center -
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SPED 510 Course Description: Introduces study of various exceptionalities, including learning disabilities and their impact on classroom learning. Focuses on methods for mainstreaming children with exceptionalities and considers legal requirements, policies, and directions in special education. Requires 15 clock-hours of fieldwork.
About the M.A. Program: The graduate major in Multicategorical Special Education prepares teachers to teach in special education programs for individuals with the following exceptionalities:
• learning disabilities
• social/emotional disorders
• educable/cognitive mental impairments
Results: Graduates are able to function effectively in instructional resource, and in settings as collaborator/consultants to educators, administrators, staff, and parents.
Accreditation: The Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE), National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), North Central Association (NCA), and Council for Exceptional Children (CEC).
Certification: Graduates are entitled to the State of Illinois LBSI-Unlimited teaching certification.
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