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1 78 James Madison University Undergraduate Catalog Department of Educational Foundations and Exceptionalities Dr. John T. Almarode, Interim Department Head Phone: (540) Location: Memorial Hall, Room 26 Professors L. Desportes, D. Herr, M. Kyger, S. Wasta Associate Professors S. Blatz, C.R. Bosch, K. Koubek, T. Thomas Assistant Professors D. Allen-Bronaugh, J. Almarode, K. Bethune, J. Newton, M. Williams Instructors L. Huffman, L. Schick The Department of Educational Foundations and Exceptionalities offers programs in special education, inclusive education, teaching English to speakers of other languages and gifted education. Special Education Master's Level Licensure Program The special education pre-professional program enables students to become knowledgeable about the characteristics, diagnosis and remediation of children with disabilities accessing the general education curriculum. Students completing the five-year licensure program are prepared to serve as teachers of students with disabilities in a variety of educational placements and delivery models. The licensure program is designed to prepare resilient, culturally responsive educators who are advocates for children and youth with disabilities that are not only qualified for the complexity of their professional roles but also are reflective problem-solvers. The program includes extensive field experiences. Assessment of candidate performance includes evaluation of performance in individual courses and practicum, as well as other criteria. At various points throughout the program, there are formative and summative assessments where faculty committees review the overall performance of each candidate. Formative assessments will be used to advise candidates and develop a plan of actions for addressing any concerns that have been identified by the faculty. Summative assessments will be used to identify those candidates who are not making satisfactory progress towards advancement to the next sequences of courses and experiences. If progress is unsatisfactory, the candidate will not be allowed to continue until any identified deficiencies are corrected. In some cases, a candidate will be allowed to continue in the next semester, but there will be a plan of action for addressing any concerns that have been identified by the faculty. Students should consult with the department head, undergraduate coordinator or their assigned adviser early Website: during the first year or as soon, thereafter, as possible to obtain information concerning General Education, IDLS (or other liberal arts or science majors), and special education requirements as well as the requirements for admission to teacher education. The IDLS major is assigned two advisers. One adviser is the adviser for the education pre-professional licensure program who will guide the student through the licensure program requirements. The other adviser is the IDLS adviser who will guide the student through the IDLS major requirements. Students should plan on consulting both advisers regularly. Typically, the education adviser is assigned when the student meets with the head coordinator of his/her licensure program and elects the licensure program. This may be as early as the first semester of the first year. The IDLS adviser is assigned when the first year student advising folders are transferred to the IDLS office (second semester, first year). Students are required to check with advisers regularly to ensure timely graduation. It is important for students to understand that they must meet the requirements for a baccalaureate degree and successfully complete all undergraduate pre-professional courses and experiences prior to being fully admitted to the M.A.T. program. Students must complete the M.A.T. program satisfactorily in order to be recommended for a teaching license in special education through JMU. Students should note that prerequisites and corequisites are required for many of the courses included in the preprofessional special education program. Exceptions to meeting those requirements must be approved by the Educational Foundations and Exceptionalities department head. Students should also be aware that program requirements may change at any time reflecting changes in teacher licensure enacted by the Virginia Department of Education or other accrediting agencies after the catalog copy is approved. Therefore, it is especially important for students to confer with their advisers and the program coordinator on a regular basis.

2 Special Education Licensure Programs General Curriculum K-2 Completion of the five-year professional program may lead to eligibility for a Virginia teaching license for the special education general curriculum K-2. Assessment occurs each semester and performance will be reviewed at each assessment gate. Candidates must demonstrate satisfactory performance before moving on to the next semester. Satisfactory performance includes a "C" or better in course work, demonstration of professional behaviors, and acceptable performance in practicums and on key assessments. To be recommended for licensure, all students must meet the following requirements: Complete General Education and IDLS/liberal arts or science major requirements. Complete the special education pre-professional program as it corresponds to the related teaching track. Meet all admission and retention criteria for teacher education. Meet admission requirements for the special education M.A.T. program. Complete the graduate portion of the licensure program. Five-Year K-2 Special Education M.A.T. Sophomore Year Fall PSYC 60. Lifespan Human Development EXED 200. Foundations of Exceptional Education Junior Year Spring MSSE 240. Foundations of General Education 6-2 READ 40. Development, Assessment and Instruction of Literacy K-2 MAED 40. Foundations of Math Instruction EXED 4. Characteristics of High-Incidence 4 Disabilities Accessing the General Curriculum EXED 76. Initial Practicum for Special Education Pre- Professional Preparation Senior Year Fall EXED 450. Principles of Specialized Reading Instruction EXED 474. Assessment and Evaluation for Management of Instruction and Behavior EXED 476. Practicum in Assessment and Reading Instruction 2 Senior Year Spring EXED 484. Building Instructional Methods for Learners with Disabilities EXED 475. Building Instructional Programs and Plans for Learners with Disabilities EXED 486. Supervised Clinical Practice with Planning and 2 Methods in SPED Graduate Program Summer EXED 520. Differentiation of Instruction and Assessment to Meet the Needs of Diverse Learners Fall EXED 507. Supporting Access to General Curriculum for Learners with Disabilities (Block ) EXED 60. Practicum in Inclusive Setting (Block ) EXED 65. Transition of Learners with Disabilities into New 2 Environments and Functions (Part A) James Madison University Undergraduate Catalog 79 EXED 670. Professional Practice Seminar for Special Education (Block 2) EXED 650. Student Teaching in Special Education (Block 2) 4 Spring EXED 50. Systematic Behavior Intervention EXED 65. Transition of Learners with Disabilities into New 2 Environments and Functions (Part B) EXED 605. Trends and Issues in Exceptional Education (Block ) EXED 670. Professional Practice Seminar for Special 2 Education (Block 4) EXED 650. Student Teaching in Special Education (Block 4) 4 29 Inclusive Early Childhood Education Master's Level Licensure Birth Grade The inclusive early childhood program draws heavily from research and theories in child development, family systems, special education, differentiated teaching and learning. Through course work and extensive field experiences, the teacher candidate is prepared to design activities that have an cross disciplinary focus, reflect an understanding of the individual child s development and learning, recognize the importance of family and developmental influences, support the young child in constructing knowledge about self and the world, and involve parents in supporting the child s growth and development. The JMU program prepares teachers for endorsements in Early Childhood Special Education, birth to five, and Early Childhood Education, PreK-. The program is based on these assumptions: Early childhood educators must have a strong liberal education. Early childhood educators should possess a broad range of knowledge that provides a context for understanding individual behavior, family and environmental influences and major social issues in a modern democratic and technological society. Early childhood educators must have professional preparation that develops critical thinking and problem solving skills to become educational decision makers who consciously choose appropriate curriculum based on an understanding of how children develop and learn. The courses in the Inclusive Early Childhood Education program are sequentially organized throughout four undergraduate and three graduate semesters to help candidates develop an understanding of how children learn and interact in learning environments as well as familiarity with methods and materials appropriate for teaching and working in a collaborative way with families and other professionals. Field experiences are provided along with course work to enable candidates to apply their knowledge in a variety of family and learning settings. Candidates must be accepted in teacher education to begin upper level IECE course work. Assessment occurs each semester and performance will be reviewed at each assessment gate. Candidates must demonstrate satisfactory performance before moving on to the next semester.

3 80 James Madison University Undergraduate Catalog Satisfactory performance includes a C or higher in all education coursework with an overall 2.5 GPA, demonstration of professional behaviors, and acceptable performance in practica and on key assessments. To be recommended for licensure in ECSE and PreK-, candidates must satisfy the following requirements: Complete the General Education and degree requirements of the university. Complete a major in IDLS. Meet all admission and retention requirements for teacher education and the IECE program. Complete the 49 credit hour pre-professional program with an overall 2.75 GPA. Be admitted to the Graduate School. Complete the 0 hour graduate program including student teaching. Candidates in this program must meet with an IECE program adviser to declare the pre-professional licensure program in inclusive early childhood education. The IDLS major is assigned two advisers. One adviser is the adviser for the education pre-professional licensure program who will guide the student through the licensure program requirements. The other adviser is the IDLS adviser who will guide the student through the IDLS major requirements. Students should plan on consulting both advisers regularly. Typically, the education adviser is assigned when the student meets with the head of his/her licensure program and elects the licensure program. This may be as early as the first semester of the first year. The IDLS adviser is assigned when the first year student advising folders are transferred to the IDLS office (second semester, first year) Students are required to check with advisers regularly to ensure timely graduation. Degree and Major Requirements General Education requirements 4 Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies Major 7 Inclusive Early Childhood Licensure Pre-professional Course Work 49 Graduate Degree Course Work 0 The General Education program contains a set of requirements each student must fulfill. The number of credit hours necessary to fulfill these requirements may vary. Recommended Schedule for IECE Second Year Fall EXED 200.Foundations of Exceptional Education EDUC 00. Foundations of American Education Second Year Spring EDUC 0. Teaching in a Diverse Society Third Year Fall IECE 00. Issues and Trends in IECE IECE 0. Initial Practicum in IECE IECE 0. Development of Young Children Third Year Spring IECE 2. Intermediate Practicum in IECE 2 IECE 22. Teaching Young Children IECE 24. Assessment of the Young Child READ 66. Early Literacy Development and Acquisition Fourth Year Fall IECE 42. Intermediate Practicum in IECE II 2 IECE 450. Contemporary Family Issues in Inclusive Education IECE 466. Managing Classrooms and Guiding Behavior Fourth Year Spring IECE 460. Instructional Practices in Numeracy IECE 46. Advanced Practicum in IECE I 2 IECE 462. Instructional Practices in Natural Sciences for Young Children IECE 464. Instructional Practices in Social Sciences for Young Children READ 46. Literacy Learning in the Elementary Grades First Graduate Year Fall IECE 62. Effective Teaching in IECE IECE 6. Advanced Practicum in IECE II IECE 64. Individualized Behavior Intervention for Young Children IECE 62. Creativity and Play EXED 625. Medical Aspects Impacting Young Children First Graduate Year Spring IECE 620. Seminar in Inclusive Early Childhood Education Student Teaching IECE 680. Student Teaching in Inclusive Early 2 Childhood Education Non-Teaching Minor Exceptional Education Non-Teaching Program Coordinator: Dr. Laura Desportes Phone: (540) The non-teaching minor program in special education is designed for students in other major fields who wish to acquire professional knowledge related to assisting individuals with disabilities but who do not want to pursue Virginia teaching licensure. All students seeking to complete the minor must meet with the non-teaching program adviser to develop an approved program of study. Required Courses EXED 200. Nature and Issues of Disabilities EXED 440. Classroom Management and Professional Collaboration Choose two of the following: EXED 0. Survey of Emotional/Behavioral Disorders EXED 20. Survey of Learning Disabilities EXED 0. Survey of Intellectual Disability EXED 75. Overview of Autism Select six credits from among the following electives: 6 EXED 220. Understanding Giftedness EXED 00. Educational Technology for Students with Disabilities EXED 06. Lifespan Issues for Individuals with Disabilities EXED 40. Issues in Exceptional Education EXED 44. Functional Applicability of Low Tech Assistive Technology EXED 465. Perspectives of Early Childhood Special Education EXED 490. Special Topics 2 CSD 420. Introduction to Sign Language CSD 42. Sign Language II KIN. Adapted Physical Education TESL 426. First and Second Language Acquisition Autism certificate courses (EXED 46, EXED 47 and EXED 48) 4 8 Permitted only if the student is not enrolling the autism series (EXED 46, EXED 47, EXED 48). 2 Independent study must be approved and supervised by individual faculty. For kinesiology majors only; KIN 0 is a corequisite. 4 Students completing the autism certificate must complete these three courses in sequential order. No other electives must be completed if a student chooses this option. Not permitted in enrolling in EXED 75.

4 Gifted Education Program Adviser: Dr. Laura Desportes Phone: (540) The Department of Educational Foundations and Exceptionalities offers an add-on endorsement in gifted education at the graduate level only. See the graduate catalog for information. Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Coordinator: Dr. Katya Koubek Phone: (540) The Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) program is designed to enable students to complete the TESOL non-licensure minor or the TESOL PK-2 licensure. Both programs prepare students to work effectively in promoting English language acquisition of children and adults who are not native English speakers. These programs also promote development of skills in cross-cultural competence and draw heavily upon theories of linguistics, research on social and cultural variables that influence second language acquisition, and the knowledge required to facilitate second language learning. Candidates currently enrolled in initial teaching licensure programs may be able to complete the TESOL requirements in conjunction with completing their other preparation program. With careful planning, dual licensure is possible. Candidates interested in dual licensure should consult with the TESOL coordinator and the other program area adviser for more information. Non-Licensure TESOL Minor The non-licensure minor program in TESOL is designed for students in various fields who wish to acquire professional knowledge related to teaching English to speakers of other languages, but who do not want to pursue Virginia teaching licensure. Students who minor in TESOL will develop an understanding of the U.S. educational system, acquire skills in cross-cultural competence and become familiar with the processes of first and second language acquisition. Students will gain a foundational knowledge of appropriate practices to assist and assess English language learners. The TESOL nonlicensure minor requires a minimum of 8 credit hours; 5 credits are required core courses and three credits are electives selected in consultation with an adviser for this program. Requirements Required Courses 5 EDUC 00. Foundations of American Education EDUC 0. Teaching in a Diverse Society TESL 426. Concepts in First and Second Language Acquisition TESL 428. Assessment for Curriculum Development in English as a Second Language READ 40. Development, Assessment and Instruction of Literacy, K-2 James Madison University Undergraduate Catalog 8 Electives (Choose one of the following courses; some may have an additional practica requirement) EDUC 70. Instructional Technology Practicum READ 45. Literacy Development and Instruction for TESOL EXED 440. Classroom Management and Professional Collaboration ENG 08. Introduction to Linguistics TESL 470. Instructional Strategies for TESOL 2 This course has an additional one credit practicum, TESL 8 2 This course has an additional three credit practicum, TESL 8 Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) PK-2: Undergraduate Licensure Program James Madison University s College of Education, through the Education Foundations and Exceptionalities department offers licensure preparation for PK-2 Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). This program draws on theories of linguistics, research on social and cultural variables that influence second language acquisition and the knowledge required to facilitate second language learning. The TESOL program will prepare future educators to understand and implement more equitable and effective ways of working with English Language Learners in a variety of contexts, including inclusion in content/general education classes, sheltered-esl classes and pullout classes. Completion of this four-year program leads to eligibility for a Virginia teaching license for PK-2 English as a Second Language. The College of Education s TESOL Program is interested in candidates who are committed to social justice and to creating affirming and academically challenging learning environments. Candidates must also complete a major in a liberal arts discipline closely associated with a teaching area (e.g., biology, history, mathematics, psychology, chemistry, English, etc. but not business administration, nursing, engineering, etc.). Students considering PK-2 initial licensure in TESOL follow the process described below. Students pursuing initial licensure in other approved areas may also be admitted to the TESOL Program and simultaneously achieve initial licensure in TESOL. All teacher education admission requirements are submitted through the Education Support Center, located in Memorial Hall, room 720. Candidates must be fully admitted into teacher education before they can register for certain designated undergraduate education courses. Teacher education candidates must maintain an overall GPA of 2.5 or better and complete general education courses with a minimum grade of C. Candidates must also complete academic major content courses and TESOL course work with a minimum grade of C.

5 82 James Madison University Undergraduate Catalog Recommended Schedule for TESOL Professional Education Courses PSYC 60. Life Span Human Development EDUC 00. Foundations of American Education EDUC 0. Teaching in a Diverse Society EDUC 70. Instructional Technology Practicum READ 66. Early Literacy Development and Acquisition TESL 84. Practicum in Literacy Development 6 TESOL Core Requirements ENG 08. Introduction to Linguistics TESL 426. Concepts in st/2nd Language Acquisition TESL 82. Practicum in TESOL st/2nd Language Acquisition TESL 428. Assessment for Curriculum Development in ESL Practicum READ 45. Literacy Development and Instruction for English Language Learners TESL 8. Practicum in TESOL Literacy Development TESL 470. Instructional Strategies for TESOL TESL 8. Practicum in TESOL Instructional Strategies TESL 480. Student Teaching 2 (One eight-week block prek-6, one eight-week block 6-2) EDUC 482. Field Work in Professional Development, Partnership and Advocacy Seminar Modern Foreign Language or Proficiency at Intermediate Level Student Teaching Candidates must apply to student teach one year prior to their student teaching semester. At that time, students must be fully accepted into teacher education, be admitted unconditionally to graduate school and have a.0 graduate GPA.

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