Preliminary Education Specialist for Mild & Moderate Disabilities Credential Curriculum

Quarter 1 (Summer)

Total: 2 units

*These two courses can be added to the fall quarter unless the TEP 5051 and 2 courses are required.

TESE 6011  Individualized Education Design and Policy Implementation (1 unit)
TESE 5361 Exploratory Practicum in Special Education I (1 unit)

Quarter 2 (Fall)

Total: 8 units

TESE 5192 Assistive Technology Applications for Students with Mild to Moderate Disabilities (1 unit)
TESE 5362 Exploratory Practicum in Special Education II (1 unit)
TESE 5380 Comprehensive Behavior Assessment and Positive Behavior Support (3 units)
TESE 5410.SB Intro to Autism Spectrum Disorder (1 units)
TESE 6012 Individualized Education Design and Policy Implementation (2 units)

Quarter 3 (Winter)

Total: 10/12 units

TESE 5110

Language Arts Curricula: Theory & Methods (2 units)*

Antioch alums of the Multiple Subject credential program are not required to take this class.

TESE 5090.SB Assessment in Special Education (3 units)
TESE 5122 Student Teaching Mild/Moderate with Professional Seminar I (3 units)
TESE 5160.SB Understanding and Teaching Students with Mild and Moderate Disabilities I (4 units)

Quarter 4 (Spring)

Total: 11 units

TESE 5152 Student Teaching Mild/Moderate with Professional Seminar II (3 units)
TESE 5170.SB Understanding and Teaching Students with Mild and Moderate Disabilities II (4 units)
TESE 5180.SB Family Dynamics and Communication for Special Education Services (3 units)
TESE 5411 Intro to Autism Spectrum Disorder II (1 units)

Total units: 32

*Candidates who have a single Subject credential must take the Reading Instruction course and PASS RICA in order to be eligible for the Education Specialist Credential

-PRELIMINARY EDUCATION SPECIALIST M/M COMPLETED-

SPECIAL EDUCATION INTERNS: Candidates in the Education Specialist Mild/Moderate Program who are teachers with intern credentials use their own classrooms to satisfy most of the fieldwork requirements. They are supervised by district appointed personnel as well as University Field Supervisors. They may choose to take two years rather than one to fulfill the requirements for the Preliminary credential.

 

 

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