FALL SEMESTER | Special Education | Kent State University

FALL SEMESTER

Disclaimer: All course dates and times are subject to change. Make sure you talk to your professional and faculty advisor(s) to be sure you have the most current information.

 
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
11:00-12:15pm
  SPED 23000-(T/R) Introduction to Exceptionalities   SPED 23000-(T/R) Introduction to Exceptionalities  
2:15-3:30pm
       
SPED 43992-Field Experience SPED
SPED 44092-Field Experience Mild/Mod
SPED 44192-Field Experience Mod/Intensive
4:25-7:05pm
SPED 23000-Introduction to Exceptionalities
SPED 43030-Applied Behavior Analysis I
SPED 43062-Differentiated Core Instruction: Framework and Practices
SPED 43063-Curriculum Methods Mod/Intensive
SPED 43102-Interpreting Processes I
SPED43310-Language Develop Deaf/HH
SPED 43031-Applied Behavior Analysis II
SPED 43100-Survey of the Interpreting Profession
SPED 43324-Curriculum Methods Deaf/HH
SPED 49525-Inquiry Seminar into Professional Practice
SPED 43111-The Professional Interpreter
SPED 43309-Introduction to Deaf Studies
SPED 43311-Instruction Deaf/HH Special Needs
SPED 43010-Family and Professional Collaboration
SPED 43040-Supplemental and Intensive Instruction for Language and Reading Difficulties
SPED 43104-Interpreting Processes III
SPED 43105-Transliterating
 
7:20-10:00pm
SPED 43030-Applied Behavior Analysis I
SPED 43106-School Setting Interpreting
SPED 43060-Curriculum Methods in SPED
SPED 43080-Assistive Technology for Students with Disabilities
SPED 43112-Interactive Interpreting
SPED 43020-Assessment in SPED (Mild/Mod)
SPED 43392-Practicum: Deaf Education
SPED 43010-Family and Professional Collaboration
SPED 43040-Supplemental and Intensive Instruction for Language and Reading Difficulties
 
Online Classes
SPED 23000 Introduction to Exceptionalities
SPED 43021 Assessment for Individuals with Moderate to Intensive Needs
SPED 43050 Characteristics Mild/Moderate
SPED 43051 Characteristics Moderate/Intensive
SPED 43070 Planning/Programming Transitions
SPED 44309 Autism Spectrum Disorders: Theory and Diagnosis

 

FALL SEMESTER