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This Graduate Certificate in Special Education explores the latest strategies for helping students with a wide range of special needs. While gaining advanced skills that are immediately applicable in the classroom and your school, you’ll study how to develop effective learning and behavioral interventions, differentiate instruction, provide ability-appropriate accommodations, and collaborate with fellow educators to help special needs students meet their full potential. As you explore Functional Behavior Analysis (FBA), you’ll examine the advanced behavioral interventions critical in today’s classroom.
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“Certificate programs from the Riley College of Education and Leadership are designed to help educators like you update your skills as you advance your career. You can participate in Walden’s collaborative online environments as you share ideas with educators across the country.”
Dr. Kelley Costner
Associate Dean for Administration and Postsecondary Education
The Richard W. Riley
College of Education and Leadership
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Receive a $1,000 grant if you start this certificate on August 29, 2016. Contact one of our enrollment advisors to learn more.
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