Facilitate Learning for Students In Your Classroom
The Wisconsin Adaptive Education License enables credentialed teachers to work effectively with students who have special needs. Candidates enrolled in this extended licensure program maintain a portfolio demonstrating how the acquired competencies apply to their particular educational contexts.
The following courses compose the graduate level requirements for the #859 license:
EDU620: The Writing Process - Theory and Practice: Using Technology to Enhance the Writing Process (2 credits)
EDU660: Strategies for Diagnostic Assessment (3 credits)
EDU661: Language Development/Disorders of the Exceptional Child (3 credits)
EDU662: Instructional Strategies for Students with Special Needs (3 credits)
EDU663: Serving Students Beyond the Classroom (3 credits)
EDU664: Field Experience in Adaptive Education (1 credits)
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