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EX390 - Psychology & Education of the Exceptional Child (3)
Behavioral Management Techniques
EX304 - Behavior Management (3)
Evaluation of Abilities and Achievement
EX317 Assessment and Techniques of Teaching the Exceptional Child (3)
Introduction to Cross-Categorical Disabilities
EX318/EX273: Introduction to Mild/Moderate Cross-Categorical (3)
Methods of Teaching Students with Cross-Categorical Disabilities
EX373: Techniques of Teaching the Mild/Moderate Cross-Categorical (3)
Methods of Teaching Reading
(i) Reading Methods; and EL316/EL262 Foundations of Reading Tech (3)
(ii) Analysis & Correction of Reading Disabilities; EL354: Corrective Reading Instruction
(3) - Prerequisite EL316
Methods of Teaching Mathematics
(i) Mathematics Methods; and EL353 Tech. of Teaching Mathematics (2)
(ii) Methods of Teaching Remedial Mathematics; and EX312/EL308 Diagnosis & Remediation of Learning Difficulties in Mathematics (3)
Counseling Techniques. EX507: Family and the Exceptional Child (3)
Praxis II Exams in your subject area (two tests) and teaching and learning. Refer
to the Office of Testing Services on Southeast's campus for details of when these tests are offered. Specific information
can be found on the the Praxis II website.
EL 316 Foundations of Reading (3 credits)
EX 318 Introduction to Cross-Categorical (3 credits)
EX 390 Psychology and the Exceptional Child (3 credits)