Certificate Completers will be able to
. Model inclusion and classroom strategies.
. Create learning support materials for teachers.
. Develop social skills and peer relationships.
. Support student transitions.
. Work with children with behavior challenges.
. Discuss causes and characteristics of students with a variety of exceptional needs.
. Participate in individualized education program (IEP) meetings.
. Work with students with exceptional needs.
Completers will be able to apply credits toward the following programs:
. 105222, Instructional Assistant
Catalog No. Description Credits
10-522-111 IA: Guiding and Managing Behav
10-522-107 IA: Overview of Special Educat
10-522-109 IA: Special Education: Educati
10-522-124 IA: Support Students with Disa
10-522-111 IA: Guiding & Mnging Behavior...proactive, preventive classroom management, research-based concepts and strategies used to prevent behavior problems, creating positive classroom climate, building student relationships, enhancing motivation, responding to inappropriate behavior will be emphasized.
10-522-107 IA: Overview of Special Ed...overview of the Special Education Law; special education classifications and associated causes and characteristics will be explored as well as state and federal qualification criteria will be examined. Societal responses to students with disabilities as well as the impact of a student with special needs on family dynamics will also be covered in this course.
10-522-109 IA: Special Ed: Educate Child...learners support communication, social, physical, occupational, transition and community needs of students with exceptionalities. Inclusive classroom strategies, differentiating instruction, working with challenging students, and creating teacher learning support materials. (This course requires 10 hours of observation in a special education classroom).
10-522-124 IA: Support Students w Disab...services delivered to students with special education needs, supportive and related services, law, individual educational programs, various instructional formats, and alternative instructional techniques and programs. (Corequisite: 10-522-107, IA: Overview of Special Education)
For more information, please contact: The Community & Regional Learning Services Department,(920) 498-6255, or (800) 422-NWTC, extension 6255, or contact Enrollment Services at 888-385-NWTC.