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SPED 511 Instructional Design for All ContentAreas
This course in Instructional Design for (ALL) Teaching Learners with Special Needs in All Content Areas includes the development of understand/identifying forms of knowledge (e.g. facts, rules, strategies) and linking those to instructional design; the model of effective/explicit instruction (model/prompt/check) including effective questioning techniques and unison responding. The course also includes multiple opportunities for students to develop and teach using in-class simulations of multiple lessons in the following content areas of the NYS Learning Standards: English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Technology, and Social Studies. This content is appropriate for when designing lessons for learners with severe special needs as well as mild with the basic nature of the skill/knowledge being taught. Assignments in this course will be differentiated for students with different initial certifications so they will be working on instructional design at the grade levels of their initial certification.
Prerequisite: Graduate status in SPAD, SPCD, SPEC.
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