Notre Dame College

Master of Education, Mild/Moderate Disability Intervention Specialist Endorsement (K-12 Ohio)

100% Online Courses

On campus requirement - Field experiences and practicum / student teaching

Notre Dame College's Mild to Moderate Intervention Specialist Licensure program prepares individuals to teach students that require special attention in the classroom. Throughout the program students will learn how to diagnose students with learning disabilities, classroom management techniques and the most effective strategies for developing students into competent learners.

The online program can be completed as a "stand alone" credential for students possessing a bachelor's degree or teaching certificate. Students can enroll into the Master of Education degree program or complete the licensure independently.

The online curriculum gives enrollees the flexibility to earn a higher education without sacrificing their daily routine. Field experiences and practicum/student teaching experiences must be completed during the day in a classroom setting. Master of Education will only be required to come to campus once at the end of their degree program during the thesis component. Students will make individual arrangements with their faculty advisor regarding this requirement.

Students enrolled in the full Master of Education degree program with licensure in MMIS program are expected to complete licensure courses, core courses, and research courses.

Core Courses

  • ED 501 Integrating Technology Across the Curriculum (3 Credits)
  • ED 503 Social/Cultural Issues in Education (3 Credits)
  • ED 504 Psychological Implications for the Teacher (3 Credits)
  • ED 605 Curriculum Development for the Practitioner (3 Credits)

Intervention Specialist Licensure for Mild/ Moderate Needs

  • ED 521 Role of Phonics in Reading
  • ED 525 Foundations of Reading Instruction
  • ED 510 Foundations in Mild Moderate Disabilities (3 credits)
  • ED 553 Assessment in Special Education (3 credits)
  • ED 554 Instructional Strategies for Mild/Moderate Needs(3 credits)
  • ED 556 Diagnosis of Reading Disabilities (3 credits)
  • ED 557 Correction of Reading Disabilities (3 credits)
  • ED 630 Collaborative Teaming and Problem Solving (3 credits)
  • ED 652 Student Class Management (3 credits)
  • ED 614 Student Teaching (6 credits) for those pursuing initial teaching license or
  • ED 660 Practicum in Special Education Mild/Moderate Needs (3 credits) for teachers adding the MMIS licensure to their current teaching license

Research Courses (6 credits)

  • ED 607 Research Design for Educators (3 Credits)
  • ED 698 Research Project I (1 Credit)
  • ED 699 Research Project II (2 Credits)

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