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Master in Teaching (MIT) with Special Education Endorsement brochure
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The program follows a cohort model where students learn together in a collaborative and supportive manner, much like effective K-12 schools. This highly integrated and team taught program models effective practice aligning K-12 field experiences with coursework on campus. The sequence of courses is as follows:
TEED 510 The Teacher as Reflective Decision-MakerTEED 511 The Arts and Cultural DiversityTEED 512 Learners and InstructionTEED 513 Peer Coaching Field ExperienceTEED 523 Middle School Field Experience Seminar
SPED 542 Teaching students with Learning DisordersSPED 543 Intro to Behavior Disorders and Intervention
One of the following: TEED 521 Elementary Curriculum, Instruction, and AssessmentTEED 522 Middle/Secondary Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
One of the following: TEED 528 Teaching Internship (Elementary)TEED 529 Teaching Internship (Secondary)andTEED 525 MIT Special Education Practicum
TEED 535 Child Abuse and Related IssuesTEED 540 Reflective Teaching SeminarEDUC 500 Educational ResearchSPED 545 School Consultation on Intervention
SPED 546 Advanced Behavior InterventionSPED 547 Teaching Students with Low Incidence DisabilitiesSPSY 564 Individual Educational Assessment
Total Program Credits: 78
Download the Graduate Catalog for course descriptions (click on the link on the right hand side of the page for College of Education).
The MIT program is full-time, with classes scheduled Monday-Friday. With a few exceptions, classes are scheduled from 9:00am-3:00pm. During the time students are in the field, schedules will vary based on the schedules of the K-12 school sites. MIT SPED students should be aware that some Special Education classes are only offered in the evening. Summer coursework is usually scheduled during the day, but is not full-time.
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