Pre-Kindergarten Intervention Special Needs
Colleen Finegan, teacher education/art education/gifted education
James Dunne, intervention specialist
Chris Hall, TESOL education
Catherine Keener, intervention specialist
Anna Lyon, early childhood education/reading
Will Mosier, early childhood education
Richele O’Connor, teacher education/reading
Nimisha Patel, teacher education
Patricia Renick, intervention specialist
Brian Boyd, mathematics education
Gail Scott, intervention specialist
Teachers seeking an endorsement in Prekindergarten Special Needs through the Wright State University College of Education and Human Services must hold a current teaching certificate in prekindergarten or kindergarten to grade 12 special education or a provisional or professional early childhood education teaching license. This endorsement is valid for teaching students with disabilities in prekindergarten (ages 3-5) settings.
Teachers without a current valid teaching credential must complete the renewal requirements for their credential prior to the granting of this endorsement. Teachers desiring to continue for a Master’s degree (such as the Early Childhood Intervention Specialist)must admitted to a Master’s degree program before 50% of the course work for that degree is completed.
Candidates must meet the requirements for admission established by the Graduate School for a licensure candidate.
|Program of Study|
|EDS 6200 Principles and Practices in ECIS and EI||3|
|EDS 6240 Methods, Curriculum for ECIS and/or EI||3|
|EDS 6400 Education of Children with Medical, Physical, Sensory, and Autism Spectrum Exceptionalities||3|
|EDS 6220 Establishing Partnerships with Families of Children Identified for ECIS and/or EI||3|
|EDS 6590 Assessment Skills for Intervention Specialists||3|
|EDS 6270 Practicum in Special Education: Pre-Kindergarten Special Needs||4|