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This course is designed to provide the historical and legal foundations of special education and the educational implications for the teacher and exceptional child.
This course is designed to introduce the beginning graduate student to the field of special education. The course material is intended to provide students with an overview of the historical and legal practices, professional and the ethical issues that are needed to provide all students with exceptionalities with an effective education, advocacy and supports.
RELATIONSHIP OF THIS COURSE TO THE PROGRAM KNOWLEDGE BASE:
The faculty of the School of Special Education shall facilitate the development of educators
who are able to implement professional standards, advocate for children and youth with
exceptionalities and their families, and adhere to the following beliefs and values:
Ø Children and youth with exceptionalities are part of a larger community of diverse
Ø Children and youth with exceptionalities can learn when provided with effective and/or differentiated instruction, the adaptation of the learning environment, and culturally responsive pedagogy and curriculum;
Ø Children and youth with exceptionalities excel when they are held to high standards and expectations;
Ø The larger mission of education is best served when special educators collaborate with
families, general educators, and related services professionals.
Ø Children and youth with exceptionalities develop lifelong attitudes and behaviors when responsibility, self-determination, and ownership of their education are expected.
BTVTE-2nd Year Electrical
BTVTE-3rd Year (Auto., Elec., FSM)
BTVTE-3rd Year (Auto/FSM/Elec)
The Teacher and the Community, School Culture and Organizational Leadership with focus on the Philippine TVET System
BTVTE-3rd Year(Auto. Elec. FSM)
BTTE-1st Year (Auto,Elec,FSM)
- BECE Block 1-2nd Year
- BECE Block 2-2nd Year
BTVTE Elec & FSM - 2nd Year
BTVTE Auto.- 2nd Year
BECE BLOCK 1-3RDYEAR AND BLOCK 2-3RD YEAR
BS AGRI-1ST YEAR
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