The strategist special education endorsement allows teachers with valid North Dakota educator's professional license in elementary education to:
All coursework leading to the Strategist Special Education Endorsement is offered online from VCSU.
Students will complete 150 field experience hours with practicums focusing on assessment, a specific learning disabilities, emotional disorders, and intellectual disabilities.
The courses completed within the Strategist Special Education endorsement are listed on the VCSU transcript, however the endorsement is not specifically listed like a minor or major. To obtain the actual endorsement, students make application to the ND ESPB after graduation and attainment of their initial ND license for elementary teaching.
|EDUC 240 Educating Exceptional Students||3|
|EDUC 250 Intro to Education||3|
|EDUC 300 Educational Technology||2|
|EDUC 323 Methods of Reading Instruction||2|
|SPED 340 Learning Disabilities,Emotional Disorders, and Intellectual Disabilities||3|
|EDUC 430 Diagnosis, and Correction of Reading Difficulties||3|
|SPED 310 Behavior Modification||3|
|SPED 333 Assessment of Students with Disabilities||3|
|SPED 380 Collaboration, Consultation, and Transition Planning for Students with Disabilities||3|
|SPED 382 Methods and Materials of SLD||2|
|SPED 383 Methods and Materials of ED||2|
|SPED 384 Methods and Materials of ID||2|
|SPED 486 Student Teaching - 6 weeks||5|
All courses are available completely online, unless otherwise specified. Schedule is subject to change. Check course schedule at www.vcsu.edu for latest information.
|EDUC 323||face to face||workshop|
|EDUC 430||face to face||online|