If you are a secondary general education teacher, our online ESE courses can help you update your classroom inclusion skills. These courses will also help you with the ESE Subject Area Exam.
This course provides an overview of the learning and assessment needs of exceptional education students, including the characteristics of disabilities covered under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEIA), the laws that govern the instruction of exceptional students and the special education service models used.
This course is designed to offer general education teachers strategies to teach and assess students with disabilities in an inclusion setting. Teachers will learn the concept of differentiated instruction, inclusionary classroom practices, content-specific instructional strategies, and how to effectively assess students with disabilities.
Permission of the Program:
This course is designed to prepare general education teachers for managing the behavior of exceptional education learners with an emphasis on positive behavioral supports and collaboration skills. Teachers will learn how to create and maintain a positive and supportive environment for learning in an inclusive classroom.
This course is designed to prepare inservice teachers to incorporate assistive and instructional technology in inclusive secondary classrooms. The emphasis is on using available technologies to support the behavior and academic learning of exceptional learners. The transition process and its connection to academic success are also covered.
Students enrolled in Secondary ESE courses are classified as non-degree; however, courses are graded/for credit and will be reflected
on an official SPC transcript.
For questions about this program, contact the College of Education at 727-341-3550 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Petersburg College P.O. Box 13489St. Petersburg FL 33733-3489727-341-4772