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Special Education Preschool (3-5 years) Endorsement
The Special Education Preschool Endorsement Program at Kennesaw State University is a three-course sequence (9 semester hours) with embedded field experiences. The program is housed in the Inclusive Education Department in the Bagwell College of Education within the Kennesaw State University Professional Teacher Education Unit (KSU-PTEU). The Special Education Endorsement program admits for summer and candidates enroll in two courses during the 6 week summer semester. The final course will be completed online during the Fall Semester. Special Education Preschool candidates must demonstrate the skills and knowledge to create environments and learning experiences that engage students in active learning and authentic achievement. They must constantly assess and use results for improvement of development. Candidates are expected to demonstrate knowledge and mastery of research-based practices.
Program of Study:
INED 7746 Models of Development and Procedures for Assessment
INED 7747 Developmentally Appropriate Practices for Curricular Design and Methods of Intervention
INED 7748 Language Learning & Emergent Literacy
The Special Education Preschool (ages 3-5) Endorsement program is offered in a hybrid format during the 6 weeks summer session (INED 7746 and INED 7747) and fully online (INED 7748) during the fall semester.
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