PROGRAM OVERVIEW

  • High quality master’s training delivered by award winning Special Education faculty
  • Recruitment of practicing elementary teachers in school districts across 13 West Alabama counties to become advocates, change agents, and highly qualified special educators
  • Techniques, methods, and strategies of differentiated instruction to meet the needs of students with diverse abilities
  • Collaborative teaching to improve educational results for students with high incidence disabilities (such as learning and behavior disorders) in elementary settings
  • Assessing P-12 student academic and non-academic change over time in grant participants’ classrooms
  • Empirically supported, best practice procedures in the areas of student assessment, instructional programming, and progress evaluation
  • Extensive closely supervised field experiences in grant participants’ schools and classrooms
  • Immediate instructive feedback using state of the art enhanced Bug In the Ear (BIE) technology and videoconferencing
  • Authentic mentoring emphasizing academic and professional support along with stress management and strategic problems solving

 

 

 

 

Program funded by The United States Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP)
In Cooperation with The Alabama State Department of Education Special Education Services
The University of Alabama College of Education
Department of Special Education & Multiple Abilities
Alabama Public Schools and State Operated Programs

The University of Alabama
Department of Special Education & Multiple Abilities
Project TEEACH High-Incidence Personnel Preparation Grant

P.O. Box 870232
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35487-0232
Tel: (205) 348-6093
Fax: (205) 348-9863

UA College of Education