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Student must have a declared major in the College of Education and Human Services.This course will address the individualization, differentiation and personalization of learning. The focus of this course is on the development and utilization of appropriate assessment-based curriculum and instruction for individuals with mild/moderate educational needs. It is intended that the participants in this course will develop an understanding of the relationships among assessment issues, learning environments and instructional practices employed in learning environments for students with disabilities. Clinical experience is required. Specifically, students will spend 75 hours in field (school and non-school settings), 37.5 hours in the classroom (primarily in field location) focusing on classroom management, exceptionalities, Gifted Learners, and exceptionalities. Essential content from rotation 1 (Context for Learning, Diversity) and rotation 2 (Assessment, Value Added concepts, Planning for Learning, Implementation of Teaching and Learning, Pedagogical Content and Classroom Management will be revisited and interns understanding and application of previously introduced content will be enhanced and deepened. All students enrolled in this class must have a valid and unexpired Clearance Report from the Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation (BCI) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on file with the college advising office.