Teaching Students with Exceptionalities, Advanced Certificate
Program Director: René Hauser, Ph.D.
This program is designed for general education teachers who wish to learn more about differentiated instruction for inclusive classrooms. This program has been designed in response to the need for teachers skilled in differentiated instruction strategies appropriate to the growing population of learners who are diverse in their learning and/or behavioral characteristics.
Information About Certification
This program does not lead to a teaching certificate.
The admission committee reviews the following in considering candidates for this program:
- Candidate holds a teaching certificate
- 3.0 GPA in undergraduate or previous graduate degree
- Transcripts from all colleges previously attended
- Ability to do graduate work
- Success as a teacher
- Writing Sample
- Additional information, if requested by program director
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St. Bonaventure’s teacher preparation programs are extensively field-based, and students should expect field-based projects on a routine basis in DIFF courses. DIFF-510 requires 15 hours of field-work with students and disabilities.
In order to successfully complete the program, a student must achieve a 3.0 GPA in all courses.