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Curriculum | Master of Arts in Teaching - Special Education
|Section||SPED Initial License MAT||Credit Hrs|
|EDUC-561||Advanced Educational Psychology, Development, & Learning||4|
|SPED-535||Integrated Curriculum Methods-Functional||3|
|SPED-541||Technology for Teacher Productivity||1|
|SPED-550||SPED Practicum (90 hrs )||3|
|SPED-500||Foundations of Special Education||2|
|SPED-520||Assessment in Special Education||3|
|SPED-530||Integrated Curriculum Methods-Academic||3|
|SPED-510||Behavior Management for Special Educators||3|
|SPED-518||Collaboration in Schools||1|
|EDUC-602||Teacher as Researcher I||1|
|SPED-575||Student Teaching (EdTPA)||5-6|
|EDUC-620||Language Acquisition in Children||2|
|EDUC-603||Teacher as Researcher II (TIP)||1|
|ESOL-560||Foundations of ESOL Methods||2|
* Indicates a Eugene-only course that replaces one or more courses.
Joel Hoff MAT ’07 was recently promoted to director of school improvement of Crook County High School (CCHS) in Prineville, Ore.
Dr. Kerry Mandulak, faculty member in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, has been selected as a participant in the 2019 CAPCSD Leadership Academy.