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CharterTeacher Exceptional Children Course

CharterTeacher 

GCSA Exceptional Children Course HB 671

Providing training educators to teach exceptional populations including special education and gifted students.

Offered by the Georgia Charter Schools Association (GCSA)

Prepare, Perform, Progress…“Preparing highly effective teachers through the ongoing assessment of performance practices to ensure teacher quality and student achievement.”

To train current or future school educators who serve exceptional children and/or need to satisfy the PSC certification requirement.  This Exceptional Children course needs to be completed as per the requirements set forth by the Georgia Professional Standards (PSC) via the Introduction to Exceptional Children-HB 671, Course DE2880-C300. This course is designed to facilitate the identification, curriculum modification, and instruction of exceptional children and includes the history, philosophy and psychology of teaching disabled and gifted populations. It is a basic overview/survey of all areas and categories of special education and giftedness. The purpose is to provide an introduction to students with exceptionalities for those who teach special education and gifted populations. It covers all aspects of requirements of IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act).

This is a 50 hour course for educators (5 PLUs), as needed and the content is delivered via an online system (LiveText) and should conclude 5 weeks from the start date.  The course outline is a sequential, self-directed professional learning experience using e-modules. Register as needed as the course is offered on an ongoing basis. The cost per for this course is $350.00 which includes a LiveText account that GCSA will provide.  Once the program fees have been applied, no credits or refunds are available.

Please purchase the following two books: A Guide to Co-Teaching: Practical Tips for Facilitating Student Learning: Practical Tips for Facilitating Student Learning (Villa, Thousand, & Nevin) and Brain Friendly Strategies for the Inclusion Classroom (Judy Willis).

For further information contact: 

Juli Sergi, Director, Teacher Quality and Development at: jsergi@gacharters.org

For more information and registration, see our website at: www.gcsagatapp.org

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