TC958 - Case Management and Collaboration Mild to Moderate
This courseis intended for students thathave a basic understanding of pedagogy and the foundations of teaching who currently possess a California Teaching Credential.The course provides teachers with an understanding of educational principles and practices used to develop short and long range planning for students in the inclusive setting. Universal Design for Learning and other strategies will be explored. Candidates will learn how to locate and apply information about current academic status and learning needs, including but not limited to, assessment data, language proficiency and cultural background, in order to plan for instructional purposes. The course also provides an overview of educational principles and practices for identifying and teaching diverse students in the inclusive classroom who demonstrate various disabilities including but not limited to: mild intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders, physical impairments, traumatic brain injuries, homelessness, foster youth, incarceration, medically fragile youth, and emotional/behavior disorders. Candidates will further their understanding of the IEP process by learning how to write IEP goals and objectives, monitor progress and make adjustments as appropriate. Common compliance issues will be presented. During the course, Candidates will be provided information regarding the referral process, procedural safeguards, manifestation determination/expulsion and timelines. Candidates will engage in progress monitoring.Relevant standards will be used when designing and using standards-based, individualized instruction that is appropriate, and systematic for all students including students with cultural, linguistic socio-economic, gender and sexual orientation diversity considerations. Through differentiation candidates will access the general education curriculum to support all students in active participation in lessons with the necessary supports, services and adaptations required for each student. Thiscourse focuses on reflective practices and the attitudes, skills, and dispositions which empowers educators to examine the benefits and challenges of collaborating with others to maximize the learning potential of every student, including students who are culturally and linguistically diverse.
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