Special Education Associate Diploma
The Associate Diploma of Special Education Program is designed for people with classroom experience as regular teachers, special education teachers, or assistant teachers and people with experience working in a center for special needs children, who are eager to learn essentials of special education and Inclusion practices in their classes, at homes or just for personal development.
Participants will be able to acquire a basic understanding of special education and basic skills in order to deal with children having different learning abilities.
The course entails the following:
1. Introduction to Special Education
2. Different Learning Disabilities
3. Different Learning Styles
4. Core Skills for Teachers
5. Teaching Strategies
6. Differentiated Instructions and Inclusion
By the end of this course, students will be able to:
1. Define and recognize various types of learning disabilities, including dyslexia, ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, and more.
2. Identify the key characteristics, challenges, and strengths associated with different learning disabilities.
3. Demonstrate an awareness of the diversity and individuality of learners with different learning disabilities.
4. Identify various learning style models, such as visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and multimodal.
5. Apply strategies to create inclusive learning environments that cater to diverse learning preferences.
6. Define differentiated instruction and its role in addressing diverse student abilities and needs.