Graduate Course Descriptions
SPED 6350 (3-18-0) Individual Diagnostic Assessment Practicum II (S-L)
This course will focus on opportunities for candidates to prepare for certification as educational diagnosticians. Candidates will be required to demonstrate competencies in the professional duties as an educational diagnostician. This course is designed to provide practical, real world challenges using the skills and knowledge students have developed through their graduate program. In the Individual Diagnostic Assessment Practicum II, continued emphasis is placed on participation in the full individual evaluation process for assessing, evaluating, determining eligibility, developing recommendations/interventions, and writing reports. Additional emphasis will be provided on the Educational Diagnostician Standards which include Children with Disabilities, Curriculum and Instruction of Students with Disabilities, and the Legal and Ethical standards for Educational Diagnosticians. This course contains a field-based service-learning component.
- Offered: Fall, Spring.
- Prerequisite: SPED 5310, 5330, 6330, 6340.