OU Masters of Educaton: Special Education-Emotional Impairments -EBD

OU Masters of Educaton: Special Education-Emotional Impairments -EBD Oakland University Masters in Education: Special Ed. focus on Emotional/Behavior disorders (EI) The Master of Education in special education with a certificate in Emotional Impairments (EI) is a degree focusing on 1) the broader concepts of emotional impairments – learning, instruction, behavior management and development and 2) an in-depth preparation for working with children or teaching students who have emotional and behavior impairments/disorders.
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Exploration of theory and research and advanced application in instruction and assessment with EI populations are integrated throughout the program. http://wwwp.oakland.edu/hdcs/academic-programs/med-special-education/

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01/02/2016
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Check out our new program...taking applications now to start our first online cohort Fall 2016http://wwwp.oakland.edu/Assets/Oakland/hdcs/files-and-documents/EI_M_Ed_%20Info_and_Application_Packet_REVISED.pdf

12/08/2015

Enrolling soon for our updated FULLY ONLINE EI program at OU starting Fall 2016!!! Now you can get a Masters in Education with a focus on EBD (EI in Michigan) without having to get the teaching endorsement. We hope to attract more folks interested in working with and supporting kids with emotional and behavior disorders in schools and in our community. Check it out-it might just be what you're looking for!!

Address

Oakland University-School Of Education And Human Services: Department Of Human Development And Child Studies
Rochester Hills, MI
48309

Telephone

(248) 370-2100

Products

Master of Education: Special Education...with or without Endorsement/Certificate in EMOTIONAL IMPAIRMENTS
(FULLY ONLINE FALL 2016)



b. Core Requirements (24 credits)

SE 502 4 Legal Issues in Special Education

SE 518 4 Organization and Management of Instructional Behaviors and Environments

SE 517 4 Language and Exceptional Children and Youth (SE 502)

SE 524 4 Assessment in Special Education (SE 502 + 16 Credits)
OR
SE 624 4 Advanced Diagnostics (Instructor’s Permission)

SE 601 4 Issues and Trends in Special Education (SE 502)

SE 619 4 Theory, Research and Practice in Special Education (32 Credits in
Program)
c. EI Concentration (12 credits)

SE 510 4 Students with Behavioral and/or Emotional Impairment (SE 502)

SE 520 4 Educational Procedures for Students with Emotional Impairment
(SE 502, SE 518, SE 510)
SE 620 4 Advanced Interventions and Resources for Students with
Emotional Impairment (SE 502, SE 518, SE 510, SE 520)

d. Exit Option A (8 credits)

SE 594 4 Practicum: Emotional Impairment K-12 (All Coursework except
elective and SE 699)
SE 699 4 Final Project in Special Education (SE 619)

Exit Option B (12 credits)

SE 594 4 Practicum: Emotional Impairment K-12 (All Coursework except
elective and SE 699)
Electives 8 Must be approved


TOTAL: 48 - 60 credits

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As a veteran special ed teacher , a parent of a now adult with severe disabilities , and a mentor teacher ...I have found that understanding and communicating with parents is a daily occurrence and a recurring topic of frustration for new teachers......this is a topic not addressed enough in teacher training ..I wrote a book on how to understand and better communicate with parents which is helping many new teachers of students with severe disabilities ...I hope this book will help train new teachers to better succeed in their classrooms https://www.amazon.com/What-Special-About-Education-Effectively/dp/1937303675. Chapter one Introduction – Why Read this book? Chapter two – Understanding parents Chapter three – The Two Most Important things to teach Chapter four - The Individual Education Plan (IEP) and parent conferences Chapter five- Medical Issues and the classroom Chapter six- Appreciation Chapter seven-Letting Go – transitions Chapter eight - The future of Special Education Appendix Resources Conservatorship and guardianship Parent support groups Sample notes home