: This course will take special education teachers through the tasks that are necessary for meeting needs of the students with disabilities successfully. The primary goal of this class, offered by our accredited school partners, is to provide pertinent and practical information for teaching in the special education field, whether it is a special education classroom or just needing assistance with inclusion for students with special needs in the classroom setting. Professionals will learn to identify resources to assist with establishing a productive and satisfying career as a special education teacher.
After completing this course, you should be able to:
Recall the key principals of the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA)
Identify ten actions that will provide the foundation of your work as a special education teacher
List key evidence-based practices in the different content areas
Recognize strategies for managing the different roles and non-teaching responsibilities
Enroll through one of our accredited university or college partners today!Instructor Description
: This course is instructor supported. The instructor for this course is Erin Fouse, Mrs. Fouse holds a Masters in the Science of Psychology, a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in Education from the State University of New York at Potsdam. Erin spent 15 years as a public school teacher. She began her career teaching Spanish in grades K-8 before moving to a self-contained 4th grade classroom. Mrs. Fouse subsequently spent 10 years teaching the Academically Gifted students in the areas of Reading and Language Arts. While teaching, she served as the Chairman of Climate and Safety committee, she is a North Carolina State Certified Mentor for beginning teachers, and was Grade-Level Chair for 7 years.Certification
: Not Applicable.
This course does not require any additional material.