||Southwest RESA, Identification and Education of Students with Special Needs |
For Teachers in Non Member Districts Only. Registration is open.
CaseNEX is pleased to partner with the Southwest RESA to offer professional development in Special Education to teachers in all districts. Through CaseNEX online professional development, teachers will build their capacity to serve students requiring special services through a case study approach.
The Identification and Education of Students with Special Needs course is a 50 hour, online course. Course will receive 5 PLU credits from Southwest Georgia RESA after successful course completion.
This online course will allow teachers to collaborate with peers and receive instructor feedback from the comfort of their home. CaseNEX courses provide a collaborative approach to learning and are based upon the tenets of problem-based learning. All materials and assignments are completed online, allowing teachers the flexibility to work from anywhere. Included within the course are multimedia cases, or "slices of life," that form a realistic connection between professional development and the complex school environment.
$360 for 5 PLU credit.This registration page is for teachers in school districts not served by Southwest RESA and includes a $50.00 service fee that is paid to SW RESA.
Refund information can be found on our FAQs page. For additional information, contact email@example.com. If you would like to purchase access to this course for all teachers within your district, please contact Dr. Mercedes Cordero at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mercedes Cordero, Ph.D.
Course DescriptionHB 671 Exceptional Students: Identification and Education of Students with Special Needs
Course participants will develop instructional and leadership skills needed for teaching students with special learning needs, as well as students at-risk for academic and social failure. The concepts of teacher collaboration, least restrictive environment, accommodations and modifications, confidentiality, behavior management, identification, and giftedness will be reviewed using authentic case studies. Participants will reflect upon how these concepts drive instructional practices in today's challenging classroom environment. Using the cases as a launching point, teachers will be given the opportunity to participate in on-line discussions regarding beliefs, best practices, challenges, and current research.
Course Start Dates
April 11, 2016